PIR Research Group

Pensions & Intergenerational Relations (PIR) Research Group is a platform for cooperation of scholars from different universities and countries whose research are focused on pension economics, pension finance, intergenerational fairness and public management in social security. PIR was found by scholars conducting studies on these topics in the Department of Management at the Faculty of Management and Production Engineering at Lodz University of Technology (Poland). However, the platform includes scholars from other countries as well.


Researchers

Filip Chybalski

Filip is an associate professor at the Department of Management at Lodz University of Technology, Poland. He coordinates the Pensions & Intergenerational Relations Research Group. His main area of interest are pension economics, pension finance, intergenerational relations and business forecasting. He published about 70 papers, book chapters or working papers in this field. He has over 10-year experience in managing research projects, realized by scholars from different universities. He is a member of European Network for Research on Supplementary Pensions (ENRSP).
e-mail: filip.chybalski@p.lodz.pl
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Edyta Marcinkiewicz

Edyta works as an assistant professor at the Department of Management, Lodz University of Technology, Poland. Her studies focus on different areas of pensions, such as pension adequacy, funded pensions, voluntary pension plans, household retirement savings. She has taken part in numerous research projects associated with pension economics, also as a leader. As a result, she authored and co-authored over 50 papers related to the field studied.  She is a member of the European Network for Research on Supplementary Pensions (ENRSP).
e-mail: edyta.marcinkiewicz@p.lodz.pl
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Beatriz Rosado Cebrián

Beatriz is an assistant professor at the Department of Financial Economics and Accounting of the University of Extremadura, Spain. She was benefited from several research grants to carry out her research activity. She has had participated in research projects of public calls funded by Fipros, Spanish Ministry. She has completed different research stages at Universities of recognized international prestige (University of Valencia (Spain), Université Catholique de Louvain (Belgium), Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (Mexico), Polytechnic Institute of Leiria (Portugal). Her research activity focuses on public and private social security. She is a researcher at the Research Institute of Social Welfare Policy (Polibienestar), University of Valencia.
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Iwona Staniec

Iwona works as an assistant professor at the Department of Management, Lodz University of Technology, Poland. Her research interests are: data analysis, statistics, econometrics, economic forecasting, risk management, innovation risk, risk analysis and assessment, technological entrepreneurship, creating models and forecasting risk in public and private pension systems and social security. She has benefited from several research grants to carry out her research activity. She is a member of the Federation of European Risk Management Associations (FERMA).
e-mail: iwona.staniec@p.lodz.pl
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Inmaculada Domínguez Fabian

Inmaculada is an associate professor at the Department of Financial Economics of the University of Extremadura, Spain. Her main area of interest and expertise are public and private pension systems and social security. She is a researcher at the Research Institute of Social Welfare Policy (Polibienestar), University of Valencia. She is also a member of Spanish Institute of Financial Analists. 
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Agnes Orosz

 



Małgorzata Gumola

Małgorzata is an assistant researcher and PhD candidate at the Department of Management at Lodz University of Technology, Poland. Her scientific interests are focused mainly on pension economics, public management and quantitative methods in economics and management. Currently, she is working on a PhD thesis which deals with a problem of change management in a pension system.
e-mail: malgorzata.gumola@p.lodz.pl



Sylwia Flaszewska

Sylwia is an associate professor at the Department of Management at Lodz University of Technology, Poland. Her research interests include knowledge management, organizational design and organizational structures, high-technology business development and operational research. Since 2014 she has focused on knowledge management especially in high-technology companies and conducted research on the instruments supporting knowledge management. 





Projects (pensions, saving, intergenerational fairness)

Intergenerational fairness across welfare state regimes: A comparative cross-country study

Project funded by National Science Centre (Poland), realization period: 2017-2020
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Income adequacy, redistribution and efficiency in pension systems

Project funded by National Science Centre (Poland), realization period: 2014-2017
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The efficiency of open pension funds' functioning in Poland

Project funded by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education (Poland), realization period: 2007-2009

Determinants of the development of voluntary forms of savings for old age

Project funded by National Science Centre (Poland), realization period: 2015-2019



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