Project finance and public-private hybrids; public contracts, scrutiny, and political contestability; governance, risk perception, and asset pricing
In 2005-2006, Prof. Moszoro was appointed Undersecretary of State and Deputy Minister of Finance of Poland, the youngest ever in that position. He was also Chairman of Bank BGK that specializes in servicing the public finance sector, Chairman of the Export Insurance Policy Committee, and member of more than 10 government committees. In 2009-2011, he was a post-doctoral fellow at Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley under Nobel laureate economist Oliver Williamson.
Prof. Moszoro’s research encompasses three areas: (a) project finance and public-private hybrids, (b) public contracts, scrutiny, and political contestability, and (c) governance, risk perception, and asset pricing. He has published four books, several book chapters and journal articles, and more than 15 business case studies. He has lectured and presented his research at: Harvard University; Yale University; Stanford University; University of California, Berkeley; University of Southern California; Duke University; University of Maryland; George Mason University; IESE-Barcelona; Université Paris-Sorbonne; Université Paris-Dauphine; Technische Universität Berlin; London School of Economics; IAE, Buenos Aires; Inspear, Sao, Paulo; FGV, Sao Paulo; and the World Bank, Washington, DC.
Prof. Moszoro has in-field experience in various industries and has been consultant in corporate finance, strategy, and public-private contracting. He relates his professional experience to cutting-edge research and true passion for teaching. Students also voted his Project Finance MBA course the best course for three consecutive years. He has successfully completed a dozen triathlons and marathons, and still actively plays rugby.
Post-doctoral scholarship, Business & Public Policy Group and Finance Group, 2009-2011 Sponsor Professor: Oliver Williamson
Ph.D. in Financial Economics, 2004
M.Sc. in Managerial Economics, 1998. Graduated with Highest Honors