Polish economist qualified to participate in Lindau Meeting on Economic Sciences


Dr Ewa Zawojska from the Faculty of Economic Sciences of the University of Warsaw (UW) has been among the 373 most promising economists from around the world who will take part in the Lindau Meeting on Economic Sciences. This is a meeting, where Nobel laureates meet young scientists to exchange experiences and knowledge.

Lindau Meeting on Economic Sciences is one of meetings with Nobel Prize winners held in Lindau in Germany since 1951. The main purpose of this event is to create an opportunity to exchange scientific experience between representatives of different cultures and generations. Each meeting consists of numerous conferences, plenary sessions, lectures and networking classes.

Every year, about 30-40 Nobel Prize winners take part in the event. The topic of the meeting focuses on one of three disciplines: physiology and medicine, physics or chemistry.

The seventh Lindau Meeting on Economic Sciences was scheduled for August this year. Due to a coronavirus pandemic, it was postponed to 2021.