Expertise: The Economics of Education, Labor Economics, Economic History
Pawel Bukowski is a research economist in the Center for Economic Performance, London School of Economics and Political Science. He holds a PhD degree in Economics from Central European University in Budapest. His current research interests include the role of social norms in education, the effect of school competition on effectiveness of public schools and sorting of students as well as the determinants of institutional persistence. In addition, he also investigates the long-run inequalities in Central and Eastern Europe.
PhD in Economics (summa cum laude), Central European University in Budapest
Visiting Student Researcher, University of California at Berkeley
MA in Economics, University of Warsaw
Central European University award for Advanced Doctoral Students
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