Ewa Zawojska

About me

Faculty of Economic Sciences

University of Warsaw, Poland

ezawojska@wne.uw.edu.pl

 

 

 

Education and affiliations

In 2013, I graduated with my Masters in economics at the University of Vienna in Austria and at University of Warsaw in Poland. In 2018, I received a PhD degree in economic sciences at the Faculty of Economic Sciences at the University of Warsaw.

In the spring 2016, I was a visting research fellow at the Adam Smith Business School at the University of Glasgow in the United Kingdom. In the academic year 2016-2017, I was a doctoral research fellow at the Wirth Institute at the University of Alberta in Canada. The fall term of the academic year 2017-2018, I spent on a research scholarship at the University of Tennessee in the U.S. The visit was funded by the National Science Centre in Poland within a doctoral stipend Etiuda 4. Following the stay in Tennessee, I was a visiting PhD student at the Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts in the U.S. This stay was possible thanks to the Fulbright Junior Advanced Research Award.


Research

My research interests include non-market valuation, preference elicitation and microeconomics. I focus on the use of survey methods to estimate values of non-market, public goods, and, in particular, how the survey design could be enhanced to increase validity and reliability of the estimates. My research is mostly within environmental economics, though I have also participated in other projects, for example, in cultural economics. I conduct both field valuation surveys as well as lab experiments. For example, details on the project I manage can be found here.



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