Jan Teresiński is an Economist at CASE. He graduated with distinction from the University of Warsaw, Faculty of Economic Sciences and holds Master’s degree in Economics (specialization: International Economics) and Bachelor’s degree in Economics (specialization: Economics of the Firm). He also spent one semester at Universite Libre de Bruxelles as an Erasmus exchange student. His research focuses on macroeconomics, business cycles, monetary and fiscal policy. Previously, Jan Teresiński worked for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs helping in the preparation of Polish position on European Union Multiannual Financial Framework for the years 2014-2020 and for the Ministry of Economy, participating in organizing the events of the Polish Presidency of the Council of the European Union. Jan speaks Polish (mother tongue), English, French and German.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership, the largest regional trade agreement to date, is likely to bring economic and political losses to Russia, unless it changes its policy and decides to become a part of trans-Pacific trade liberalization in the futureRead more
The Trans-Pacific Partnership, one of the largest trade agreements, will bring about significant economic benefits, but it may also lead to the further economic isolation of Russia unless Moscow begins to embrace greater trade liberalization in Asia-PacificRead more
The TTIP agreement will be a way to promote Western values and bring benefits to producers outside of the U.S. and EU, but it can weaken the strength of other global powers and reduce the EU dependence on Russia in terms of energy securityRead more