Vice President of the Warsaw Enterprise Institute, economic columnist for Dziennik Gazeta Prawna, graduate of the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Warsaw, and Postgraduate Studies in Finance and Monetary Policy at the Polish Academy of Sciences. He also publishes articles for the ObserwatorFinansowy.pl portal and hosts a radio show “0+ – a program about entrepreneurship” on Radio Wnet. In the past, his articles were published in “Wprost” and “Newsweek” magazines. He won a distinction in the 15th edition of the Wladyslaw Grabski competition for his work on monetary policy. In 2017, he was awarded the Krzysztof Dzierżawski Prize of the Adam Smith Center for “promoting freedom and common sense.” In addition to his work as a journalist, he is also the lead singer of the heavy metal band Scream Maker, with whom he has released 3 albums and played over 300 shows, including 6 tours in China.
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