Social Policy in Poland 1990-2016: Trends, Phases, Outcomes
The Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics (SITE) and the Embassy of the Republic of
Poland have the pleasure to invite you to a lecture on ‘Social Policy in Poland 1990-2016.
Trends, Phases, Outcomes’ on Wednesday April 13, 12.45 – 14.30, with Dr. Marek Rymsza
and comments by Dr. Michał Myck.
2016-04-13 at 12:45
2016-04-13 at 14:30
Stockholm School of Economics, Venue: ‘Stora Salen’, 7th fl. Holländargatan 32.
Dr. Rymsza is an Assistant Professor at the Institute of Applied Social Sciences at the University of Warsaw and a member of the National Development Council, an advisory body for the President of the Republic of Poland, in the field of social and family policy. Furthermore Mr. Rymsza is a well-known journalist, co-founder and editor in-chief of the quarterly 'Third Sector', which deals with the issues of civil society and NGOs.
Dr. Myck is the Director of the Center for Economic Analysis (CenEA) in Szczecin, which is part of the Forum for Research on Eastern Europe and Emerging Economies (FREE) network that SITE is coordinating in the region. He has worked extensively on social policies in Poland.
The lecture will be introduced by Wiesław Tarka, Ambassador of the Republic of Poland, and chaired by Torbjörn Becker, Director of SITE. Time will be available for questions and answers.
Registration with coffee will start at 12:15, followed by the presentation at 12:45.
RSVP: Registration deadline extended - please register to the event no later than Tuesday April 12, by using the Eventbrite registration below.