Łukasz Tanajewski, Ph.D., has scientific achievements in such areas as migration studies, microeconomic modeling, including psychological aspects, and research on medical technologies’ cost effectiveness, including decision support modeling in the health care industry. Currently, Tanajewski conducts interdisciplinary research on decision-making in economics, psychology, and neuroeconomics. In 2018–2019, he implemented Poland’s National Science Centre’s Miniatura grant entitled “Zasoby poznawcze i regulacja emocji w decyzjach o odroczeniu gratyfikacji finansowej” (Cognitive Resources and Emotion Regulation in Decisions about Postponing Financial Gratification). Since 2018, he has been implementing National Science Centre’s Sonata grant entitled “Zasoby poznawcze a samokontrola impulsów: podejście neuroekonomiczne” (Cognitive Resources and Self-Control of Impulses: A Neuroeconomic Approach). In 2012, he received a second‑degree individual award from the Minister of Science and Higher Education for scientific achievements. He published in such journals as PlosOne, BMJ Quality and Safety, and Health Technology Assessment. Moreover, Tanajewski was invited to talk during meetings of Portuguese National Association of Pharmacies, the Pharmaceutical Group of the European Union, and a seminar at KU Leuven. He presented at many international conferences of the Society for Medical Decision Making, Economic Science Association, Interdisciplinary Symposium on Decision Neuroscience, and the Society for NeuroPsychoEconomics. He has experience in public administration work from the Ministry of Economy and the Agency for Health Technology Assessment, and he implemented numerous non-academic projects. In 2012–2019, he partook in a research fellowship from the University of Nottingham, and even before that, he conducted short research stays at the Universitty of Southampton (2007) and the University of Aberdeen (2011). He is an experienced teacher, especially in microeconomics and contemporary economics (Kozminski University), health economics (the University of Warsaw and an M.A. seminar at Kozminski University), statistics, and calculus of probability (the University of Warsaw). Tanajewski did many workshops in health economics and modeling (Agency for Health Technology Assessment and the University of Nottingham). Moreover, he was auxiliary supervisor of a doctoral thesis on health economics at the University of Nottingham. In his microeconomics classes, among other things, he has students apply the experimental method or play interactive games (e.g. using the MobLab platform).
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TANAJEWSKI Ł. (2004), "Migracje sezonowe Polaków do Niemiec i Francji. Analiza", w: Kaczmarczyk, P., and Łukowski, W. (red.), Polscy pracownicy na rynku pracy UE, WYDAWNICTWO SCHOLAR, s. 208-238, afiliacja: Inna