"China and the Future of Globalization: The Political Economy of China’s Rise" by Prof. Grzegorz W. Kołodko included in the "Summer Books of 2020: Economics" recommended by Financial Times's Associate Editor and Chief Economics Commentator Martin Wolf!
Even in times of a global pandemic international partnerships are blooming. We are glad to announce that KU together with the Gustavson School of Business at University of Victoria are launching a new online program!
Kozminski University has been classified as the #1 business school in Poland. This is the first time that we are the sole leader of the ranking. The Warsaw School of Economics was classified on the second place.
The course aims to provide theoretical and practical foundations for statistical analysis (descriptive and mathematical part).
The course equips students with skills to apply different statistical methods in business, economics, management and other social sciences and enables students to determine appropriate approaches, and what is the most important, to draw relevant conclusions.
The objective is to provide practical foundations for statistical inference by familiarizing students with different approaches to inference and to equip students with skills to apply different methods (mainly estimation and hypothesis testing).
Students will have practical ability to use statistical tools in management, finance, banking, HR, economics and other social sciences.
First degree students of Kozminski University who didn't pass the course Managerial Statistics and want to pass this subject as part of the Summer School during the holidays, without a need of repeating the entire course during the next year of study in the new semester.
Kozminski University students who didn't manage to familiarize with all issues of Managerial Statistics during the school semester and want to broaden their knowledge in the proposed field.
Students entering second degree studies who during their undergraduate studies did not have the course of Descriptive Statistics or Managerial Statistics at all or forgot the main issues of the above subjects and wish to repeat the knowledge of this topic.
IWONA NOWAKOWSKA, PhD
Lecturer at the Department of Quantitative Methods and Information Technology at the Kozminski University in Warsaw.
She is the Head of the Quantitative Methods and Statistics Department.
She conducts various classes in Mathematics, Quantitative Methods and Statistics. Her main scientific interests include optimal theory and game theory. She is the author of various textbooks on mathematics and statistics. She has many years of experience in conducting both full-time and online classes (she cooperated with the Polish Virtual University).