Mariusz-Jan Radło is an economist with experience in private, central government, and academic sectors. He holds habilitation in Economics and a PhD in Economics. He gained a Master’s degree in Economics and Political Science. Since 2009 he is a managing partner at SEENDICO in Warsaw. Currently, he manages the research and development Gospostrateg Mazovia 2.0 project financed by the National Center for Research and Development. He is an author of numerous publications devoted to economics, industrial competitiveness, global value chains and regional development.
He was the vice president for research of the Polish Lisbon Strategy Forum at the Gdańsk Institute for Market Economics, where he was responsible for the coordination of research projects investigating macroeconomic and sector reforms in Poland.
He was a head of or team member in numerous consulting and research projects conducted for regional and central government authorities in Poland, European Commission, Business Software Alliance, National Centre for Research and Development, National Research Center, and enterprises operating in such industries like – among others – railway & passenger air transport, gambling industry, fuel and chemical industry or the IT industry.