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dr hab. Dominik Kopiński

Email:
dominik [dot] kopinski [at] uwr [dot] edu [dot] pl
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Semestr zimowy /Winter/
Środa /Wednesday/, godz. 9.30-11.30
 

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Dominik Kopiński holds PhD (2009) and Habilitation (2015) degrees in economics from Faculty of Economics, Wroclaw University of Economics and currently works as an assistant professor in the Institute of Economics at the Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics, University of Wroclaw. Dominik is a cofounder and vice president of Polish Centre for African Studies. He was a Fulbright Fellow at the Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University (Senior Advanced Research Award, 2016), a visiting scholar at Fudan University (China), Orfalea Center for Global & International Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara (United States), Universidade de Lisboa (Portugal), University of Plymouth (United Kingdom). Dominik has published extensively on economic development of Sub-Saharan Africa, development aid, China-Africa economic relations and natural resource policies (the so-called "resource curse"). His work appeared, among others, in "African Affairs", "Journal of Contemporary African Studies", "Africa Spectrum" and "Global Governance". Dominik Kopiński conducted field research in Zambia, Botswana, Ghana and Namibia. He is currently involved in three NCN (National Science Centre) projects (see below), in two of which serves as Principal Investigator. Outside the academic realm, he has provided consulting services for Polish business and authored several reports on investment and trade opportunities in Sub-Saharan Africa, including a series of reports published by CEED Institute (funded by Jan Kulczyk).

Scholarships and grants

National Science Center (NCN) (HARMONIA 9_HS4), "Efekty spillover chińskich bezpośrednich inwestycji zagranicznych w Afryce na przykładzie Angoli i Zambii" [ENG: Spillover effects of Chinese direct investments in Africa: the case of Angola and Zambia] [Principal Investigator] (2018-2021).  

National Science Center (NCN) (OPUS 13_HS5), "Strategie wyrównywania szans w państwach post-apartheidowych. Analiza porównawcza" [Strategies for equal opportunities in post-apartheid countries. Comparative analysis] [Investigator] (2017-2020). 

National Science Center (NCN) (Grant OPUS 11_HS5), Koncepcja globalnych dóbr publicznych a działalność Banku Światowego i Międzynarodowego Funduszu Walutowego [ENG: The concept of global public goods and activity of World Bank and International Monetary Fund] [Principal Investigator] (2017-2019). 

Fulbright Scholarship, Senior Research Advanced Award, the Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University (2016).

Research visit at Fudan University, China; Erasmus Mundus Global Studies – A European Perspective] (2014).

Young Scholars Grant, Faculty of Social Sciences, UWr., Rywalizacja czy kooperacja? Pomoc rozwojowa Banku Światowego dla Afryki w kontekście rosnącego zaangażowania Chin na kontynencie [ENG: Competition or cooperation? The World Bank’s aid programmes in the context of China’s growing involvement in Africa], research visit in Washington DC and New York (2013).

Research visit at Orfalea Center for Global & International Studies at University of California, Santa Barbara; Erasmus Mundus Global Studies – A European Perspective (2011).

Young Scholars Grant, Faculty of Social Sciences, UWr., Nowe petro-państwa w Afryce: przypadek Ghany [ENG: New petro-states in Africa. Ghana case study], field study in Ghana (2011).

Young Scholars Grant from Rozwój potencjału i oferty edukacyjnej Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego szansą zwiększenia konkurencyjności Uczelni. POKL.04.01.01-00-054/10-00 [ENG: Polish FDI in the African mining sector: opportunities and potential expansion destinations] (2011).

Ministry of Higher Education and Science Grant, No. N N116 443837, Pułapka bogactw naturalnych na przykładzie Botswany i Zambii, [ENG: Natural Resources Curse (NRC) hypothesis: the case of to Zambia and Botswana] (2009-2012); field study in Zambia (2010) and Botswana (2011).

Research Networking Programme „African Borderlands Research Network (ABORNE)" (2008-).

Fatal Transactions www.fataltransactions.org (EuropeAid/122548/C/ACT/multi)(2007-2009).

Research visit, LLP-Erasmus Grant, University of Plymouth, Great Britain (2005).