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economics educator

Halina Barbara Mortimer-Szymczak, Polish economics educator. Recipient Chivalrous Cross of Polish Revival State, Council Polish Republic, 1973, medal of commission of national education Ministry of Education, Poland, 1981, Meritorious Teacher award Polish People Republik, Ministry of Education, 1984.


Mortimer-Szymczak, Halina Barbara was born on September 4, 1926 in Katowice, Silesia, Poland. Daughter of Fryderyk Mortimer and Stanislawa Jadwiga (Szubinska) Bursa.


Master of Arts, Jagiellonien University, Cracow, Poland, 1950. Doctor of Philosophy, Institute National Economy, Moscow, 1954. Postgraduate, High School of Commerce, Warsaw, Poland, 1963.


Assistant Jagiellonien University, 1948-1950. Research fellow Plechanov Institute Economy, Moscow, 1951-1954. Assistant professor University Lódz, Poland, 1954-1962, associate professor Poland, 1963-1970, extraordinary professor Poland, 1971-1977, professor economics Poland, since 1978, vice dean faculty commerce Poland, 1957-1959, vice rector Poland, 1978-1981, head department economic policy Poland, 1954-1996.

Member Center Urban and Regional Study, University Birmingham, England, 1985-1990.


  • Other Work

    • Author: Territorial Balance of Money, 1964, Economic Policy, 1974, second edition 80, Problems of Demography and Employment, 1978, second edition, 1985. Contributor articles to professional publications.


Member Municipal Council of City of Lódz, 1965-1973. President Women Provincial Committee of Lódz, 1971-1980. Consultant Science Council Institute of Work, Warsaw, 1970-1995.

Member Polish Academy of Sciences (member demography committee 1984-1992, member committee of work and social policy since 1975), Lodz Science Society, London School of Economics Society.


  • Other Interests

    Theater, museums, sightseeing, gardening.


Married Tadeusz Szymczak, May 28, 1955.

Fryderyk Mortimer Bursa

Stanislawa Jadwiga (Szubinska) Bursa

Tadeusz Szymczak