Economic statisticians employ specialised methodologies to delve into a variety of themes. The research activities of our statisticians group are primarily centred around three key areas: 1) statistical analysis of sustainability across its multifaceted aspects, including economic, social, environmental, and energy sustainability; 2) statistical models to examine corporate innovation and its impact on the labour market and human capital; 3) statistical models for finance, including the analysis of extreme values and forecasting, enhanced by sentiment analysis techniques.
The Energy Transition Lab proposes an ambitious and original programme of research and engagement responding to the challenges of energy transition in the European Union.
- brings together researchers with different methodological approaches (social sciences and humanities);
- using research strategies focusing on various facets of diversity;
- communication barriers;
- migrants' access to public health;
- climate migration;
- the social-cultural adaptation of migrants.
- A great part of our research focuses on the phenomenon of Metacognitive Self, understood as self-awareness of biases in social perception. Our research reports to date indicate the motivating role of the metacognitive self in learning, it's importance for human development, and is rooted in cognitive processing.
Equality and gender
Impact of new technologies on labour relations
Protection of disadvantages workers: women, young people, migrants, older workers, sea workers
The frontiers of Labour Law: employment and self-employment
Negotiation and representation in the workplace
Social Work and Social Services,
Support, Reproduction and Social Care Dymamics,
Territorial and Cultural Development,
Cultural Diversity and Institutional Modernization,
Technoscientific Impacts and Professional Transformations,
Gender, Science and Corporate Responsibility.
I study how the oceans are governed. Oceans are increasingly divided up in zones, to which different rules apply set by various authorities. At the same time, there are overlapping regulations and gaps in regulation. Many claims to utilizing ocean space are in conflict with each other and competing with sustainable protection of the oceans. These diverging interests are evident in the case of deep sea mining.
Sustainable development and corporate social responsibility have a huge impact on the charcter nd perception of economic processes and managerial practices. Multidisciplinary research conducted by staff of our department advances our understanding of these issues, at the same time rendering our reality more responsive to the needs of all stakeholders and more environmentally friendly.
In our research we fix on market efficiency and microstructure, asset price dynamics, volatility and prediction, mutual funds performance, risk metrics, term structure of interest rates, exchange rate dynamics, purchasing power parity, international capital mobility, and economic and regional growth. We assess the economic sentiment in Poland and provide medium-term forecasts of its economy. We also analyse management systems for business.