Pawel Bukowski is a Lecturer in Economics at University College London and Polish Academy of Sciences. He is also affiliated with London School of Economics. His research consists of two inter-related streams. The first considers labour market inequalities, in particular, the role of firms in wage determination, worker power and gender discrimination. The second focuses on understanding the evolution of national and sub-national economic inequalities, with particular focus on inequalities in Central and Eastern Europe. He has published in leading international journals such Journal of Economic Growth or Journal of Labor Economics, and played a reading role as both principal and co-investigator on competitive funding bids including Open Research Area, ESRC Rebuilding Macroeconomics, or LSE Research and Impact Fund. He has founded an expert group – Dobrobyt na Pokolenia (Prosperity for Generations), and a member of Concilium Civitas - a group of the influential Polish social scientists working abroad.
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- Poverty and Income Inequality