Konrad Popławski
Konrad Popławski,
Ph.D.
Senior Fellow
Department for Germany and Northern Europe

PhD in economics at the Warsaw School of Economics (the thesis "Changes in Germany's foreign trade after joining the euro zone" defended with distinction in January 2019). Graduated EU financed PhD program (Doctoral Program in Management and Economics) at the Collegium of World Economy, Warsaw School of Economics.

1st place in the competition "Case Studies in Economics" organized by the National Bank of Poland and the National School of Public Administration (2010)

 

Expertise
  • Germany's economy
  • Germany in international economic relations
  • political and economic relations of Germany and Central Europe
  • economic processes taking place in the EU and in the euro area
Major publications

 

  • Szanse i pułapki postfordyzmu w fazie lean management dla rozwoju państw peryferyjnych [Opportunities and pitfalls of post-Fordism in the lean management phase for the development of peripheral countries] (współaut.), [w:] W. T. Popławski (red.), Nowe trendy w zarządzaniu – wybrane uwarunkowania innowacyjności i konkurencyjności. Przedsiębiorczość i Zarządzanie,Wyd. Społecznej Akademii Nauk, Warszawa 2016, s. 219-231.
  • Emerging Trade Partners of Germany – Comparison of Economic Cooperation with Poland and Russia [w:] Economic Development and Entrepreneurship in Transition Economies: Challenges in the Business Environment, Barriers and Challenges for Economic and Business Development, Third REDETE Conference, Banja Luka University, Banja Luka 2014, s. 298-313
  • Przyszłość stosunków niemiecko-chińskich [The future of German-Chinese relations] the analyse for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs [2014]
  • Economic Relations of Germany with BRIC Countries – The Role of German Government, 11th EBES Conference Proceedings, Ural Branch of Russian Academy of Science, Jekaterinburg 2013, s. 191-205
  • Zmiany w relacjach handlowych między Rosją a Niemcami w pierwszej dekadzie XXI wieku i ich konsekwencje dla stosunków politycznych [Changes in trade relations between Russia and Germany in the first decade of the 21st century and their consequences for political relations], w: Zmiana miejsca Niemiec i Rosji w gospodarce światowej w pierwszej dekadzie XX wieku. Implikacje dla Polski, red. K. Falkowski, J. Olszyński, Oficyna Wydawnicza SGH, Warszawa 2012
  • Is Russia still a BRIC country: exports to Russia during the global crisis from the German perspective, Baltic Rim Economies: Quarterly Review, No. 3/2011, Pan-European Institute Turku
  • Pakiet reform Agenda 2010 jako sposób na ograniczenie niemieckiego państwa socjalnego [Agenda 2010 reform package as a way to reduce the German welfare state], in: Praca, społeczeństwo, gospodarka. Między polityką a rynkiem [Employment, society, economy. Between politics and the market], academic editing J. Osiński, Oficyna Wydawnicza SGH, Warsaw 2011

Participation in the international projects

  • In 2018, as a head of the team prepared the analysis for the Ministries of Foreign Affairs of the Visegrad Group countries V4 and Germany financed by the International Visegrad Fund grant
  • In 2014, as a head of the team prepared "The future of German-Chinese relations", an OSW expertise for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • During the years 2014-2016, co-authored the analyzes for the Ministries of Foreign Affairs of the Visegrad Group countries The V4 and Germany: Potentials, limits and opportunities of strengthened cooperation; V4 and Switzerland; Schengen and the V4 financed by the grants of the International Visegrad Fund