Denomination: Roman Catholic
Leon Jerzy Dziembala, Polish statistician, researcher, educator. Recipient award Minister of Science, Higher Education and Technics of Poland, 1978, 83, Student Teacher and Science Achievements Governor of Katowice Province, 1986, Teacher Merit of the Polish Republican, State Council Poland, 1985, Rector of Academy Economics, 1979, 84-96. Member Polish Statistical Association, Polish Demographic Association.
Assistant Hight School of Economics, Katowice, 1953-1955, senior assistant, 1955-1960. Senior lecturer Academy Economics, 1961-1968, associate professor, 1968-1992, professor, since 1991, Silesian Management Hight School, Katowice, since 1994, Hight School Banking, Poznan, since 1997. Titular lecturer Academy German Managerial Personnel, Bad Harzburg, 1992.
Head affiliated consultant branch Academy Economics, Katowice, 1966-1970, deputy director Institute Econometrics, 1982-1984, 87-90, head department Demography Statistics of the Institute Econometrics, since 1990.
- Co-author: Statistical Methods in Industrial Enterprise, 1962, Selected Problems of Statistics and Econometrics, 1965 (Minister of Higher Education award 1966), Statistical Quality Control, 1968, Application of the Mathematical Methods in the Economy of Industrial Enterprise, 1968, Fundamentals Statistics, 1982. Author: Study of Live Hazard in a Region of Ecological Disaster, 1991 (Rector of Academy Economics award 1993), Selected Problems of Descriptive Statistics and Demography, 1997, contributor articles to professional journals.
1953 - 1955