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Stanisław Gomułka

Stanisław Gomułka (born 10 September 1940, Krężoły, Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship) is a Polish economist, former advisor to the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Poland, and a reader in Economics at the London School of Economics up to 2005.

His research interests are in the fields of comparative economic systems; reforms and post-communist transition, especially Poland and the former USSR; endogenous economic growth; economics of technological change; trade and financial relations between East and West; privatisation and analysis of the behaviour of enterprises in Central Europe, the former USSR and China.

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