Marta PACHOCKA holds a PhD in Economics (2013). Assistant Professor at the Department of Political Studies of the Collegium of Socio-Economics of the Warsaw School of Economics (WSE). Coordinator of the project EUMIGRO – “Jean Monnet Module on the European Union and the Contemporary International Migration – an Interdisciplinary Approach” (2016–2019) co-financed by the EU in the framework of Erasmus+ Progra-mme. Key staff member of the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence of the Warsaw School of Economics (2016–2019). Researcher in the project IMINTEG at the Centre of Migration Research of the University of Warsaw. Involved in many national and international projects co-funded by i.a. EU, Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, National Bank of Poland, Polish National Science Center. Beneficiary of “Young Scientists’ Research Grants” fina-nced
by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education since 2012. Visiting Research Fellow at the Centre d’études européennes of the Scie-nces Po Paris (2015). Visiting Professor at the University of Economics in Bratislava (2015) and at the University of Tartu (2016). Secretary of thePolish European Community Studies Association (PECSA). Member of PTE, UACES, IPSA, IMISCOE, IASFM, AIELF. Her main research interests are i.a. socio-demographic changes in Europe/EU; Europe/EU and international migration; EU policy on migration and asylum; immigration policy and integration policy in France; France’s international position; European economy, world economy, global public goods.
Lecture on 23rd October with Jan Misiuna and Magdalena Proczek