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Edward Francis Cyrson, Polish marketing consultant. Fulbright grantee United States Department State, Washington, 1967; recipient Achievements in Individual Studies award Minister National Education, Warsaw, 1984.


Cyrson, Edward Francis was born on July 29, 1940 in Tczew, Poland. Son of Paul and Martha (Zurawski) Cyrson.


ML, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland, 1964. Master of Economic, University Warsaw, Poland, 1966. Doctor of Philosophy in Economic, Main School Commerce, Warsaw, 1971.

Degree in economic, Main School Commerce, Warsaw, 1980.


Senior instructor Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, 1966-1980, professor, since 1980, chairman department economic, 1981-1985, 90-94, chairman business administration program, since 1991. Visiting professor California State University, Northridge, 1981-1982, Lamar University, Beaumont, Texas, 1985-1987. President Harkell Consultant, Poznan, since 1993.

Board directors Educational Enterprise Foundation, Lodz, Poland, City Lung Hospital, Poznan.


  • Other Work

    • Author: Changes in the Structure of the Present-Day Industry of the United States, 1973, Multinational Corporations, Patterns of Foreign Expansion, 1981. Editor, co-author: Economics for Noneconomic Studies, 1993, Fundamentals of Economics and Business, 1996.


Council member Poznan-Ille et Vilaine Foundation, since 1991. Director marketing department Glass Works WARTA, Sieraków, Poland, since 1996. Member Polish Economic Society, Polish Marketing Association, Harvard Business School Club of Poland (vice president since 1994).


  • Other Interests

    History of art, music, travel, swimming, gardening.


Married Christina Helen Bombicka, July 31, 1965. Children: Leonard, Paul.

Paul Cyrson

Martha (Zurawski) Cyrson

Christina Helen Bombicka

Leonard Cyrson

Paul Cyrson