Economist, European Investment Bank
Marcin Wolski is an economist at the European Investment Bank (EIB). Over the last years he has been working in the fields of applied research in international economics and policy modelling, with strong emphasis put on complexity economics, financial econometrics and impact evaluation. Marcin has developed several agent-based and general equilibrium models focusing on the European integration, financial stability and monetary policy. His research has appeared in many professional journals, including the Journal of Applied Econometrics, the Journal of Common Market Studies and the Empirical Economics.
Before joining the EIB, Marcin visited several international institutions, including the International Monetary Fund, the Dutch National Bank and the National Bank of Poland. He holds a joint PhD in economics from the University of Amsterdam and Bielefeld University, MSc in economics from the Tilburg University, as well as BA degrees in economics and in quantitative methods and information systems from the Warsaw School of Economics.