Mariusz Jerzy Golecki
Professor and Director of Laboratory of Cognitive Research for Law at the Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Lodz, (LL.D. Lodz, Ph.D. Lodz, LL.M. Cambridge.).
Educated both in Civil Law (1998 University of Warsaw) and Common Law (LL.M. 2001, University of Cambridge, Trinity College). Marie-Curie Fellow at the Institute of Law and Economics, University of Hamburg, Germany (2002-2003). Since 2004 Associate Professor in the Department of Legal Theory and Philosophy of Law, University of Łódź. 2004-2008 Associate Professor in Department of Economics, WSB-National Louis University in Nowy Sącz. Visiting Scholar in the Centre for European Legal Studies in the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge (2008-2009), KEIO University in Tokyo (2010) and International Christian University in Tokyo (2010).
Member of the General Tax Law Codification Commission in Poland, (2016-2017) Director of the International & European Law Department in the Office of General Counsel to the Republic of Poland and Director of the Legal Department in Ministry of Finance, Republic of Poland, (2016). The Deputy Chairman of the Polish Delegation to the UNCITRAL WG V, (2016-2019). Chairman of the General Anti-Abuse Rule Advisory Panel in Ministry of Finance, Republic of Poland, since 2013.
Member of the Editorial Board of the Economic Analysis of Law in European Legal Scholarship, edited by Springer, Switzerland, since 2011. Polish Association of Law and Economics, Member of the Board of Directors, Chairman of the Scientific Committee, Poland, since 2009. Member of Japanese Economic Policy Association, Japan, (2010-2018). Member of European Association of Law and Economics, Belgium.
He specializes in Law and Finance, Law and Economics, Cognitive Legal Theory and Comparative Law. He is an author or co-author of 5 monographs and about 80 articles.