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Ida Musiałkowska graduated from the Poznań University of Economics in 1999 and obtained PhD in economics from the same university in 2005 (Ph.D. thesis "Regional Business Cycles in the EU". In 2017 she got her post-doctoral degree in economics (the monograph "The use of the experiences in EU Cohesion Policy by Mercosur"). In 1998 she was awarded a TEMPUS scholarship and studied Economics and Politics of European Union at Aalborg University (Denmark). She has been working as visiting professor (Aalborg University, Denmark, Erasmus Staff Mobility Grant, 2008, 2009, Universidad de Buenos Aires, UNTREF – Argentina 2009, 2010, Universidad de la Republica – Montevideo, Uruguay, 2009; University of Lethbridge, Canada – May-June 2011, CIDE and IPADE - Mexico, 2017m UNAM, Tecnologico de Monterrey - Mexico, 2019). Ida pursued also her research at the European University Institute (EUI, Florence, Italy) as the Sorensen Fellow (HAEU) - edition 2015, previously in November-December 2011 and participated in executive training seminars organised within the Global Governance Programme of the EUI (2011-2015). In 2016 she was also visiting scholar during the Summer Research Scholar Program at the University of Pittsburgh (programme is offered by the European Studies Center/ Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence and the University Library System). She is also grant holder and co-ordinator of own research and commissioned research projects by the Visegrad Fund, Poznan City Office, Glaxosmithkline and participates in internationally funded projects of the Department: Jean Monnet and Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence.
She is currently Chair of the Department of European Studies, Progamme director for International Economics at PUEB and the Postgraduate Studies on EU Funds led by the European Studies Department.
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