Prof. Krzysztof Rybiński, PhD
Prof. Krzysztof Rybiński, PhD
Faculty: Business and International Relations
Field of study: Management
Full Professor. Graduated from the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science and the Department of Economic Sciences (M.A. in 1993, Ph.D. in 1996) of the University of Warsaw; in 2009, he defended his habilitation thesis at the Warsaw School of Economics; in 2021 he was awarded the title of professor of social sciences in the discipline of economics and finance. He worked as software engineer in Japan (1990-1991), director of the Summer School of Economics financed by the Soros Foundation and researcher at the Economics Department at Warsaw University (1991-1996), a part-time consultant to the World Bank (1992-1994); in 1997-2004, he was chief economist and managing director at three commercial banks (ING, BZ WBK and BPH); he was a Deputy Governor of the National Bank of Poland (2004-2008); a member of the EU Economic and Financial Committee representing the National Bank of Poland (2004-2005); member of the Polish Financial Services Authority (2007-2008); in 2007-2008 he served as a World Bank alternate governor for Poland; he was also member of the supervisory boards of several financial sector companies (2008-2009) and Partner in Ernst & Young Poland (2008-2010); between 2010 and 2015, he has been Professor and Rector of Vistula University in Warsaw, and between 2015 and 2018 has served as Rector of Narxoz University in Kazakhstan; an author of numerous refereed papers in economics and (co) author of several books; he has contributed hundreds of articles on economics and financial markets to Polish newspapers and occasionally to “The Wall Street Journal”, “Financial Times” and “The Economist”. He was ranked the best financial markets economist in Poland by the “Rzeczpospolita” daily in 2000; several times ranked among top five economists covering CEE region in international rankings. In October 2012 he was ranked the most influential Polish economist in the survey among Polish business leaders. In 2016 he received the CEEMAN Champion award in the category Institutional Management, for successful and rapid reforms at Narxoz University. For several years he has been dealing with the applications of artificial intelligence in science and business. He has published many papers in this field in high-ranking scientific journals (the list with the address at: https://cutt.ly/EE0p4gl). Current research projects include the use of natural language processing (NLP) and econometric models to measure the credibility of international organizations, assessing the degree of media freedom in post-socialist countries, advanced analysis of company clients’ opinions, measuring the quality of education at universities, measuring economic and political uncertainty and their impact on the economic situation, forecasting share prices. The subjects taught are: Data science, Machine learning i Natural language processing, in R and Python.