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Collegium of Economic Analisys, Warsaw School of Economics

Artur Bartoszewicz Ph.D. (e-mail: artbar@hot.pl) - Assistant Professor at the School of Economics in Warsaw. Expert in the areas of planning and programming multi-annual EU standards and domestic methodology; Multilevel governance, including policies and strategies and the integration of governance; Regional development and urban development; EU cohesion policy and the EU Structural Funds and the Cohesion Fund; Rules on state aid, compatible with the provisions of the EU treaty; Economic and financial analysis of projects financed from European Union funds; Public finances, state budget and the UE budget; Modern management methods in public administration, task budget (performance budgeting), management control, management by objectives, process management, management by competence, project management, evaluation of the effectiveness and efficiency of achievement of the objectives and implementation tasks.

Member of the public team of Polish Nuclear Energy established under the Ministry of Economy. Chairman of the Board of the National Association of Polish Experts and Assessors of the European Union Funds. He has worked in Technology Agency and the Government Centre for Strategic Studies. He was manager of enterprises of commercial law, and projects financed from EU funds. He was a member of teams working with the ministries involved in the implementation of EU funds in 2004-2006 and preparing tasks for 2007-2013. He was a member of the Monitoring Committees programs for 2004-2006 and 2007-2013. In the years 2004-2010 he was an expert of the Polish Confederation of Private Employers Lewiatan for European union funds. Participates in the process of programming the EU funds for 2014-2020. He currently runs his own business in the area: consulting and training.

Preparing performance budgets on behalf of the Chancellery of the Prime Minister, the Ministry of Finance and several local governments. He prepared by more than 45 expert's opinions on economic and financial analysis, public assistance and budgeting, among others, for MF, MIR, MG, MRiRW, MSIT, PARP. He also designed the assumptions and full texts of two laws.

Conference Topics

DAY II - Session II - Auditorium I - New instruments of cohesion policy to improve regional development