The Authors


Izabela Kisilowska and Maciej Kisilowski combine a unique educational background at the world’s leading academic institutions with practical experience of work with public agencies and public managers throughout Eastern Europe.

Maciej Kisilowski is Associate Professor of Law and Public Management at Central European University in Budapest. He specializes in executive education of senior business and governmental managers. He leads the Initiative for Regulatory Innovation research center, which conducted a comprehensive study of managerial processes in governmental agencies throughout Eastern Europe. He holds a doctorate and a master’s degrees from Yale Law School, an MPA in economics and public policy from Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs as well as an MBA with dis-tinction from Insead. His research appears in leading journals, including Law and Social Inquiry and International Business Review, while his commentary on current affairs has been featured, among others, in Foreign Policy, Politico, Project Syndicate, EU Observer, Eur Activ and Euronews.

Izabela Kisilowska works for AT Kearney, the leading global strategic consultancy. For a number of years now, she has advised Polish and Central European companies and public-sector institutions. She holds a PhD in Politics from University of Cambridge, where she studied on full scholarship funded by Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. She also researched processes of political decision making, among others, at Department of Political Science of Yale University and at Freie Universitat in Berlin.

Izabela and Maciej are married and are happy parents of Adam and Aleks.

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