- CASE Researcher
- CASE Moldova Board Member
- World Bank Consultant
- CASE Representative, ProDemocratia advisory mission, Romania
- Economist, Romanian Center for Economic and Social Policy
Maryla Maliszewska has been working with the CASE since 1996. Her research interests cover modeling of international trade flows, implications of regional integration and elimination of NTBs using CGE models, determinants of real exchange rate, location of production and agglomeration externalities in transition. Between 1997-98 and in 1999, she worked as a CASE representative in the ProDemocratia advisory mission in Romania. She has also worked as a consultant for the World Bank in projects on the CIS countries, Albania and Iraq. She managed, edited and co-authored several studies for DG Trade (EC): on the Economic, Social and Environmental Implications of a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between the European Union and Russia and the Economic Implications of EU-Georgia and EU-Armenia FTAs, and most recently the analysis of the Economic Integration in the Euro-Mediterranean region. She was also a deputy project co-coordinator of the ENEPO project.
Rebuilding Irag: Economic Reform and Transition
Global Analysis for the EU-Ukraine TSIA