A graduate of sociology at the University of Warsaw and economics at the Warsaw School of Economics. Holder of the scholarship of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. Her academic interests focus on the labour market, sociology of work and socio-economic inequalities. She is also interested in architecture and urban studies. In her free time, she likes reading, doing yoga and going to music festivals.
The conference took place in Leuven on 23 October 2023. Researchers originating from over 15 institutions presented the results of about 30 research papers. Zuzanna Kowalik and Karol Madoń represented IBS.
At the WORK2023 conference 'Digital Capitalism: Peril and Possibilities,' Zuzanna Kowalik from the Institute for Structural Research unveiled a study investigating job quality gaps between migrant and native platform workers in Poland.
The one-day UNTANGLED workshop brought together labour market economists from European universities and research institutes to discuss and reflect on ten papers on the evolution of skills and the value of skills.
The offshoring-fuelled growth of the Central and Eastern European business services sector gave rise to shared service centres (SSCs), quasi-autonomous entities providing routine-intensive tasks for the central organisation. The advent of technologies like Intelligent Process Automation, Robotic Process Automation, and Artificial Intelligence jeopardises SSCs’ employment ...
The gig economy has grown worldwide, opening labour markets but raising concerns about precariousness. Using a tailored, quantitative survey in Poland, we study taxi and delivery platform drivers' working conditions and job quality. We focus on the gaps between natives and migrants, who constitute about ...
We study the gender differences in aversion to COVID-19 exposure. We use a natural experiment of the 2020 US Open which was organised in the country with the highest number of COVID-19 cases and deaths and was the first major professional tennis tournament after the ...
The GDPoweR project aims to bolster industrial relations in the platform economy by analysing strategies used by platform workers, activists, trade unionists, and employer groups in negotiating pay and conditions.
The project aims to present proposals for creating social welfare and labour market policies that will respond to the changes taking place under the influence of megatrends - digitisation, globalisation, climate change and demographic change - in labour markets and welfare state systems in Europe.
Our goal in UNTANGLED is to examine the impact of globalisation, technological transformations and demographic change on labour markets in the European Union, and to recommend policies that will contribute to shared prosperity.