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researcher , economics educator

Maciej Firla-Cuchra, British economics educator, researcher. Recipient Polish-American Congress award, United States Senate, Golden Link award; grantee Prize fellowship, Royal Economic Society, United Kingdom, 2002-2003, Doctoral fellow in Finance, Said Business School, Oxford, 2001-2002. Founder leadership program Fletcher Debating Forum, 1997—1998; advisor to chancellary of prime minister, Poland, 1998—1999.

Background

Firla-Cuchra, Maciej was born on October 30, 1974 in Warsaw, Poland. Son of Andrew Peter Firla and Alicja Teresa Cuchra.

Education

Master of Arts in Politics, Philosophy & Economics, Oxford University, 1996. Doctor of Philosophy in Economics, Oxford University, 2005. Master in International Relations, Tufts University, 1999.

Master in Public Administration, Harvard University, 2001.

Career

Investment banker CHICORP, London, 1996—1997, Goldman Sachs, London, 1998—2000, Merrill Lynch, London, 1998—2000. Lecturer in finance Warsaw School International Trade & Finance, 1999—2003. Lecturer College Europe, Bruges, 1999—2002, Warsaw, 1999—2002.

Lecturer economics Oxford University, 2002—2003, senior scholar, 2002—2004. International Republican Institute fellow United States Senate, Office of Sen. John McCain, District of Columbia, 1998.

Senior staff associate Oxford Economic Research Associates, Oxera, England, since 2003. Founder Doctor Firla Associates, Warsaw, since 2004.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor more than 50 articles in field.

Membership

Founder leadership program Fletcher Debating Forum, 1997—1998. Advisor to chancellary of prime minister, Poland, 1998—1999.

Connections

father:
Andrew Peter Firla

mother:
Alicja Teresa Cuchra