education:

PhD candidate, Warsaw School of Economics, Collegium of Socio-Economics

MA, Political Science, University of Wrocław

languages:

Polish (native), English (fluent), French (intermediate), Russian (basic)

Agnieszka Kulesa

Economist

Agnieszka Kulesa has been working as an Economist at CASE since 2018. She specialises in the labour market, international labour migration, and migration policies within and outside the European Union.

During her career she has gained extensive experience working in the private and public sectors. She worked at the Institute of Public Affairs in Warsaw (2017-2018), incl. as the Head of the Migration Policy Programme, and for the Migration Policy Department of the Ministry of the Interior of Poland (2010-2014), where she was responsible for international cooperation in the field of migration and coordinated activities within the framework of the Prague Process. Ms. Kulesa also worked at the Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM). In 2021, she completed her doctoral studies at the Warsaw School of Economics.

She has led or participated in several research projects on migration and labour markets and authored a number of scientific articles. Ms. Kulesa has been a panellist at events organised by Polish and foreign public and private institutions and regularly provides commentaries for the media (i.a. “Rzeczpospolita”, “Newsweek”, “Financial Times”, BBC).


project involvement: expert

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