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economics educator

Stanislaw Marian Polaczek, Polish economics educator. Recipient Golden Cross of merit Council of the State, 1969. Combatant Polish-German war, 1939; German prisoner of war, 1939-1942; refugee in Vichy France following escape, 1942-1944; Second lieutenant artillery, Polish Forces in Scotland, 1944-1946. Member Polish Economic Society (board directors 1981-1985).

Background

Polaczek, Stanislaw Marian was born on October 16, 1915 in Lwow, Poland. Son of Jan and Eugenia (Glowacka) Polaczek.

Education

Master in Economics, Central School of Commerce, Warsaw, Poland, 1936. Postgraduate, Yale University, 1960. Doctor in Economics, Central School Planning & Statistics, 1961.

Doctor in Habilitation, Warsaw University, 1973. Professor degree, Warsaw University, 1978.

Career

Division chief Center Planning Office, Warsaw, 1946-1948, National Bank of Poland, Warsaw, 1948-1953, Planning Commission, Warsaw, 1956-1961. Economic affairs officer United Nations Secretariat, New York City, 1961-1964. Deputy department head Planning Commission, Warsaw, 1964-1965.

Deputy head Institute Planning, 1965-1980, Institute of National Economy, Warsaw, 1982-1991. Visiting lecturer Amsterdam (The Netherlands) University, 1973-1980. Board directors Institute Economic of Chemical Industry, Warsaw, 1978-1991, Institute of National Economy, Warsaw, 1982-1991, Institute Development and Strategic Studies, Warsaw, since 1992.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Economic Integration of Socialist Countries, 1971, International Socialist Market, 1978. Co-author: Facing the World Debt Crisis, Report for the Club of Rome, 1990, The Significance of Maastricht for the Polish Economy in Polish Monthly Kultura, Paris, 1992, Relations with East and West After Elections in Poland in Kultura, 1993, For Sober Evaluation and Effective Implementation of Economic Reforms in Polish Monthly Kultura, 2000.

Membership

Combatant Polish-German war, 1939. German prisoner of war, 1939-1942. Refugee in Vichy France following escape, 1942-1944.

Second lieutenant artillery, Polish Forces in Scotland, 1944-1946. Member Polish Economic Society (board directors 1981-1985).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Tennis, travel.

Connections

Married Alina Maria Rutkowska, November 11, 1950. Children: Jan, Piotr.

father:
Jan Polaczek

mother:
Eugenia (Glowacka) Polaczek

spouse:
Alina Maria Rutkowska

children:
Jan Polaczek

Piotr Polaczek