Senior Research Economist | CenEA
Monika Oczkowska works at CenEA as a research economist since March 2012. From the beginning she was involved in the Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe, by supporting data management, questionnaire development and fieldwork coordination in each consecutive wave of the study in Poland. She also exploits SHARE data in practice, focusing on research in the field of ageing, the labour market, social exclusion and gender inequality. She also takes part in work on microsimulation analysis of the Polish tax-benefit system.
She received an MA degree in Economics, with a specialization in financial analysis and business valuation in 2012 at the University of Szczecin. She holds BA degrees in Economics and International Relations, both obtained at the University of Szczecin. Before joing CenEA, she worked for a consulting company, where she was involved in projects on evaluating local enterprises.