Tomasz Marek Mickiewicz

Born 24 December 1960

Nationality: British, Polish




2008 Habilitation in economics, Marie Curie University, Lublin

1988 Ph.D. ‘Long-term Trends in the Structure of Retail Prices in Poland, 1944-1984’ Catholic University of Lublin

1984 M.A. ‘Investment Cycles in the Polish Economy’ Catholic University of Lublin

Professional History (in chronological order)

2011- Professor of Economics, Economics and Strategy Group, Aston Business School, Aston University

2008- 2011 Professor of Comparative Economics, SSEES UCL

2002-2008 Senior Lecturer in Economic Restructuring, SSEES, UCL, 1996-2002

Lecturer in Economic Restructuring, SSEES, UCL, 1995-1996

Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, SSEES, University of London, 1992-1996

Lecturer in Economics, Institute of Economics, Catholic University of Lublin

1991-1992, Researcher
Department of Economics and Institute of Governmental Affairs, University of California at Davis

1990-1991 Deputy Mayor
City of Lublin

1986-1992, Assistant Lecturer in Economics,
Institute of Economics, Catholic University of Lublin

Other Appointments and Affiliations

2006- Member of the Board of Trustees Centre for Research into Post-Communist Economies (CRCE)
(Founded in 1983 and London based, CRCE remains one of the leading independent institutes that publishes, organises conferences and seminars and has an enabling role in research on the former Soviet economies in Europe and Asia.)

2006- Member of the editorial board Post-Communist Economies (PCE)
(PCE is an international, ISI-listed journal, specialising in comparative economic studies.)

1997-2001 Visiting Professor College of Europe, Brugge, Department of Human Resource Management, MA Programme

2002- Associate, CASE Institute, Warsaw

1995- Associate Adam Smith Research Centre, Warsaw

Member of the American Economic Association; Member of the European Association of the Comparative Economic Studies; Member of the Academy of Management

Peer review activities

• Reviews of grant proposals:

o the British Academy
o Nuffield Foundation
o Volksvagen Stiftung

• Journal blind reviews of submitted papers:

ISI-listed journals
o Corporate Governance. International Review,
o Economics of Transition,
o Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice,
o European Societies,
o Europe-Asia Studies,
o Growth and Change. A Journal of Urban and Regional Policy,
o Journal of Business Venturing,
o Journal of Management Studies,
o Small Business Economics,

Other journals
o Acta Oeconomica,
o Comparative Economic Studies,
o Corporate Governance. International Journal of Business in Society
o Ekonomika,
o Geografia Polonica,
o International Journal of Managerial Finance,
o Journal of International Relations and Development,
o Slovo,
o Transnational Corporations

Reviews of submitted book proposals: Edward Elgar, Palgrave-Macmillan

External advisor: EU Framework 6 Project on “Changes in Industrial Competitiveness as a Factor of Integration” (HPSE-CT-2002-00148), 2005

Selection panel advisor for post-doctoral scholarships – Polish Science Foundation

Prizes, Awards and other Honours:

2007 Officer’s Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta, awarded for activity in the Movement for Defence of Human and Civic Rights, in Poland, 1978 onwards, by the President of the Republic of Poland

2005 Best Conference Paper Award (category: International Business) for paper on corporate governance, exporting and performance (co-authors: Igor Filatotchev and Natalia Isachenkova) Academy of Management

1993 Best Economic Textbook award for Economic Choice (one of few equal prices awarded) Polish Economic Association