Krzysztof Rybiński - Chief Ideator

Krzysztof Rybiński - Chief Ideator


Polish economist and journalist, Doctor of Economics, former Vice-President of the National Bank of Poland (2004-2008).

He graduated from the Faculty of Mathematics, Computer Science and Mechanics and at the Faculty of Economic Sciences of the University of Warsaw, where he subsequently obtained a PhD in Economics with an Econometrics specialty. In 2009, he authored a dissertation entitled "Globalization in Three Versions. Offshoring - Global Imbalances - Monetary Policy" at the Economic and Social College of the Warsaw School of Economics.
He worked as a computer scientist in a computer company in Japan, then as a research and didactic worker at the Faculty of Economic Sciences of the University of Warsaw. He was also a consultant at the World Bank, Central European University and Administrative Director at the Center for Economic Research in Central and Eastern Europe. In 1997, he became the chief economist of the Warsaw branch of ING Bank, from 2001 he was the chief economist of Bank Zachodni WBK, in 2002-2004 he was the chief economist of Bank BPH. He was the president of the Polish Association of Business Economists and a member of the board of the Society of Polish Economists.
From March 25, 2004 to January 2, 2008, he was a Vice-President of the National Bank of Poland. From April 2008 to March 2010, he was a partner at Ernst & Young, where he headed the economic strategy team.
He was also an associate professor at the Warsaw School of Economics, vice-chairman of the supervisory board of Alior Bank and a co-owner of the SanNao company, implementing Internet solutions. From 2010 to 2015 he was the rector of the Vistula Academy of Finance and Business. In 2015 he became the rector of the Kazakh Economic University.
In 2010, he became an economic expert who co-created the PJN program. In 2011, he supported the economic program of the Congress of the New Right party. During the parliamentary elections in 2011, he was a candidate of the Union of Presidents - Citizens to the Senate in one of the Warsaw districts. He received 36,565 votes (16.23% of votes), taking third place among four candidates.
He is the author of scientific and press publications in the field of economics and finance.

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