Agnieszka Chlon-Dominczak is an
Assistant Professor at Warsaw School of Economics and Educational Research
Institute in Warsaw.
she was a Deputy Minister of Labour and Social Policy. Previously she headed
Department of Economic Analyses and Forecasting in the same Ministry. Her
responsibilities included, among others the oversight of the social insurance
system, family policy, extending working lives. In 2007-2009 She was the vice
president of Social Protection Committee of the European Council and until
mid-2009 member Employment, Labour and Social Policy Committee of the OECD, she
also chaired the Working Party on Social Policy of that Committee.
Chlon-Dominczak has several years of experience on the core team in the Office
of the Plenipotentiary for Social Security Reform that designed and implemented
the new Polish pension system. She also
worked at the Gdańsk Institute for Market Economics. As a consultant, she
participated in numerous activities related to pension reforms in the region of
Central and Eastern Europe, cooperating with the World Bank, ILO and the OECD.
She participated in numerous conferences on pension issues, where she shared
the experience of the Polish pension reform with other participants. She is an
author and co-author of many publications in the field of pensions and labour
In 2009 she
was honoured with Andrzej Bączkowski Prise for “high qualifications combined
with huge engagement in activity for public good”.
Her research interest include: demography, pension systems, labour
markets, social policy, health and education