Lukasz is a PhD candidate at the London School of Economics, studying macroeconomics, economic growth and political and international economics. Lukasz is visiting Harvard University as a Fulbright Fellow in the 2017/18 academic year. He has eight years of policy experience, having worked as an economist at the Bank of England between 2008-2015. During his time at the Bank, he analyzed UK productivity and inflation and performed several roles in the International Directorate (starting as the US expert, switching to emerging markets, and finally researching global economy issues). Lukasz’s current research interests are inequality and the nature of modern economic growth.
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