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prof. dr hab. Dariusz Adamski

dariusz.adamski [at]

Mondays, 11.15-13.15, room 102c (building B; end of the corridor on the right hand side of the staircase)

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Dariusz Adamski is Professor of Law, Head of Centre for European Economic Law and Governance.

He is specialised in European law, European economics and politics, as well as in technology law. Currently his main interests focus on interactions between major socio-economic policies of the advanced economies and their broader systemic contexts - political, legal and economic.

Dariusz teaches courses on various aspects of European law and governance as well as on law of information technologies. He gained research experience at leading European and American Universities, including Harvard (Fulbright Fellowship, 2008-2009). He has published extensively in Polish and world's leading scientific journals (including "Common Market Law Review", "European Law Review", "European Law Journal") on economic and financial law and governance, as well as on economics and politics of European integration. He has been delivering guest lectures at world's top universities and at various institutions, including the Court of Justice of the European Union.

Co-editor of "Cambridge Handbook of European Monetary, Economic and Financial Market Integration" (with Fabian Amtenbrink and Jakob de Haan), Cambridge University Press 2023. Author of "Redefining European Economic Integration", Cambridge University Press 2018, and "Długa droga od 'dobrej zmiany' do dobrobytu" (in Polish, open access), Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego 2023.

Awardee of a 2018 ECB Legal Research Programme (LRP) scholarship and of a 2024 Fernand Braudel Senior Fellowship at the European University Institute in Florence. Member of the Academic Board of the European Banking Institute.

Vice-Dean for Research and International Cooperation of the Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics (2016-2020), Vice-Rector of the University of Wrocław for Innovation and Change (2020-2022).