A short bio
I am a Career Development Fellow at the Department of Economics, University of Oxford. In addition, I am affiliated to Lady Margaret Hall, where I am a fellow and Economics Tutor.
My adventure with Economics begun during my undergraduate studies at Warsaw School of Economics. Soon after my graduation, I enrolled in the doctoral program at University of Oxford. As a recipient of the Departmental Doctoral Scholarship and a Teaching Associate, I had the opportunity to teach both the undergraduate and graduate students under the direction of Sujoy Mukerji.
My dissertation, written under the supervision of John K.-H. Quah, concerned three important issues related to the problem of time-inconsistency in decision-making and revealed preference analysis.
After finishing my D.Phil. I took the position of a Career Development Fellow at the Department of Economics and Lady Margaret Hall. Apart from teaching, I had an opportunity to focus on my research. My work explored economic questions related to revealed preference, monotone comparative statics, and large games .
My non-academic interests
My non-academic interests concern the medieval history of Europe and the Middle East. I am fascinated with the Crusades as well as the relations between the Byzantine Empire and the Kingdoms of Outremer throughout that period. Moreover, I am interested in the history of the conflict between the Roman and the Orthodox churches in the first centuries after the Great Schism, in which the Crusades played an important role. Recently, I have developed an interest in the final stage of the Hundred Years' War and the War of Roses.
In my spare time, I play the guitar (both classical and electric). My principal music interests focus on ragtime and Mississippi Delta blues, as well as a whole variety of rock-and-roll music. My main inspirations are Son House and Chuck Berry, but I am also a great fan of Johnny Cash.
Recently I started learning to play the piano, but it is tougher than I expected.
My guilty pleasures include: Dolly Parton (and the good ol' country music), playing the ukulele, Star Trek, and dancing like Kevin Bacon in Footloose.
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"I had become interested in economics, an interest that was transformed into a lifetime dedication when I met with the mathematical theory of general economic equilibrium."