Tomasz Michalski is an Associate Professor of Economics at the HEC Paris business school.
His research focuses on international economics and contract theory. Tomasz is particularly interested in the effect of different barriers hindering international exchange. He has worked on various topics such as financial intermediation in international trade, industry location patterns, consequences of international portfolio allocation under risk and ambiguity or exchange rate determination. His research was published in journals such as Journal of Financial Economics, Review of Economics and Statistics, the Review of Financial Studies.
At HEC Paris, Tomasz teaches courses in Macroeconomics and International Economics in the Grande Ecole and various Master programs. In the past, he also taught courses in Microeconomics and Offshoring.
He received a Ph.D. in Economics from Columbia University in New York in 2006. Tomasz previously was a researcher for the European Central Bank and the National Bank of Poland.
Materials and Studies, National Bank of Poland , 2001
Mimeo , 2019
Mimeo , 2019
Journal of Financial Economics, April 2012, vol. 104, n° 1, pp 89-117, (in coll. with E. ÖRS)
Economics Letters, October 2012, vol. 117, n° 1, pp 57-59,
Review of International Economics, May 2012, vol. 20, n° 2, pp 237-255, (in coll. with A.-T. GOH)
Review of International Economics, September 2010, vol. 18, n° 4, pp 607-617, (in coll. with A.-T. GOH)
Cahier de Recherche du Groupe HEC , 2014
Cahier de Recherche du Groupe HEC , 2011
Cahier de Recherche du Groupe HEC , 2010
Mimeo , 2009
Academic responsabilities at HEC
- 2016- Department Head, Economics - Decision Science HEC Paris
- 2015-2016 Academic Director, Economics - Decision Science HEC Paris
- 2012- Associate Professor, Economics - Decision Science HEC Paris
- 2012- Member of GREGHEC (CNRS) HEC Paris
- 2006-2012 Assistant Professor HEC Paris
External Academic Responsabilities
- 2001-2006 Junior Researcher, Exchange Rate Division National Bank of Poland (Central Bank)
- 2002-2005 Teaching Assistant, Department of Economics, School of International and Public Affairs: Macroeconomics and Sustainable Development, Topics in Economic Development, Microeconomics, Political Economy Columbia University
- 2001-2002 Lecturer Warsaw Management Academy
Membership in Academic or Professional Organisation
- Member, American Economic Association, European Economic Association, Royal Economic Society
Awards & honors
- 2005 Lewis A. Sanders Endowed Fellowship in Economics