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Tomasz Serwach, PhD

Assistant Professor, Department of International Trade

e-mail: tomasz.serwach@uni.lodz.pl

room A404,  phone. +48 42 635 51 04

ResearchGate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Tomasz-Serwach
ORCiD: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8253-1029 

Fields of interest:

International trade, foreign direct investment, economic growth.

Selected publications:

  1. Serwach, T. (2011). Od handlu między państwami do handlu na poziomie przedsiębiorstw, „Gospodarka Narodowa”, 3, 47-65.
  2. Gabrielczak, P., Serwach, T. (2014). The Link between Firm-Level Productivity and Decisions to Export – the Case of Lodz Voivodeship, “Theory, Methodology, Practice”, 10(1), 3-8.
  3. Gabrielczak, P., Serwach, T. (2016). Złożoność koszyków eksportowych krajów. Zarys problematyki, „Optimum. Studia Ekonomiczne”, 2(80), 129-143.
  4. Gabrielczak, P., Serwach, T. (2017). The impact of the euro adoption on the complexity of goods in Slovenian exports, “Proceedings of Rijeka Faculty of Economics : Journal of Economics and Business”, 35(1), 45-71.
  5. Gabrielczak, P., Serwach, T. (2018). The links between firm-level productivity and modes of international expansion of firms from the Lodz Voivodeship, “Economic Research-Ekonomska Istraživanja”, 31(1), 1307-1329.
  6. Gabrielczak, P., Serwach, T. (2019). Economic Integration and Export Complexity: The Case of Slovakia, “Ekonomický časopis (Journal of Economics)”, 67(2), 115-134.
  7. Gabrielczak, P., Serwach, T. (2020). Does the euro increase the complexity of exported goods? The case of Estonia, “Journal of Baltic Studies”, 51(1), 105-124.

Qualified to teach:

  • Globalization, Regionalization and Institutionalization in the World,
  • International Business Competitiveness,
  • Foreign Market Research,
  • Economic Situation and Prospects,
  • Globalization and Socio-Economic Inequality

Research projects:

  • 2011-2014: The impact of productivity on the international activities of firm from Lodz Voivodeship (role: Researcher),project funded by the National Science Center
  • 2015-2017: The impact of the Eurozone membership on the complexity of good in exports (role: Principal Investigator), project funded by the National Science Center

Courses and workshops:

  • Barcelona Microeconometrics Summer School – Graduate School of Economics (2013); courses: “Panel Data Linear Analysis” and ”Dynamic and Non-linear Panel Data Models”;
  • Timberlake Econometric Summer School – University of Cambridge (2013); courses: ”Macroeconometric Modelling and Forecasting”;
  • Global School in Empirical Research Methods – University of St. Gallen (2015); courses: ”Network Analysis” and ”Time Series Analysis”;
  • Modern Econometric Analysis – Faculty of Economics and Sociology, University of Lodz (2016).

Other:

  • Editor in „Ekonomia międzynarodowa” („International Economics”)