Ewa Zawojska

About me

Faculty of Economic Sciences

University of Warsaw, Poland





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, where I work now as an assistant professor.

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 candidate at the Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts in the U.S. This stay was possible thanks to the Fulbright Junior Advanced Research Award.


My research interests include non-market valuation, preference elicitation and, in general, 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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