Warsaw School of Economics (SGH) conducts research in various areas of economics, finance, management and business administration as well as in public policy and political science. Our researchers lead the rankings of internationally recognized academics from Poland, e.g. in RePEc repository.
SGH authors were awarded numerous prizes for scientific publications and research results, e.g. prestigious awards granted by the National Science Center, foundations, magazines and renowned institutions. SGH researchers are among experts of the European Commission in the fields of research & innovation as well as social policies. They advise for other institutions of the European Union such as the European Court of Auditors.
SGH is ranked Poland’s top research university in economic sciences, with the grade of excellency awarded by Ministry of Science and Higher Education. The research activity concentrates in the institutes, chairs and departments comprised in five Collegia:
Collegium of Economic Analysis
mathematical economics, mathematics of finance and insurance, econometrics, decision-making theory, statistics, demography, operational research, business informatics, micro- and macroeconomics, economic policy.
Collegium of Socio-Economics
history of economic thought, economic history, public finance and banking, environmental economics, urban economics, social economics, employment, social insurance, sociology, philosophy, political science, public administration, international relations, economic integration, security.
Collegium of World Economy
international economics, foreign trade, European integration, globalization, tourism, international law, economic transition, international marketing, business communication.
Collegium of Business Administration
enterprise, enterpreneurship, competitiveness, strategic management, human resources management, finance of enterprises, small business, managerial accounting, business application of marketing and logistics.
Collegium of Management and Finance
theory of economics, theory of management, finance and banking, economic policy, marketing, economic law, accountancy, management in national economy, logistics and transport, quality management, economics of consumption.
Our researchers are engaged in projects financed through competitive tenders by National Science Centre, National Centre for Research and Development along with all financing schemes for science from European Union.
Warsaw School of Economics regularly belongs to major beneficiaries of international research grants awarded to projects financed by Seventh Framework Programme (7FP), COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology), Polish-Norwegian Research Fund, EU tenders, Visegrad Fund and other. We are ready to benefit from the new EU programme Horizon 2020.