Mateusz Najsztub has been working at CenEA since 2013. Although graduating with MA degree in Chemistry at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań in 2011, he is also interested in European and social politics. This resulted in completing two traineeships in the European Parliament. He is currently enrolled in a Ph.D. programme in Economics at the University of Economics in Poznań.
He combines interest in public policy with knowledge and analytical approach from natural sciences when working with SIMPL and EUROMOD microsimulation models. Besides simulating the effects of tax-benefit reforms on household budgets, he also focuses on more technical sides of the model, including data adjustments. He also works with SHARE data and specialises in analysing social exclusion among 50+ people.