Professor Anna Gorczynska
Anna Gorczynska, PhD, Assistant Professor, is employed in the Department of the European Economic Law, Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Lodz, Poland. In 2014, she was nominated for the Director of the Centre of Public Procurement and Public-Private Partnership (www.centrumzp.uni.lodz.pl). The center was grounded on the Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Lodz as the first scientific and research center on efficiency of public procurement system in Poland.
Anna Gorczynska read law on the University of Lodz and prepared her master-thesis titled “Direct investments of the foreign capital in Poland”. In 2005 she prepared her dissertation titled “Public procurement in the EU law” and she is actually preparing the habillitation on green public procurement. She was also law student on German universities (Muenster, Giessen, Bonn). She is postgraduate of International Law and Bussines Law School organized by Catholic University of America, Washington D.C. in the cooperation with Jagiellonian University (1994, 1996).
In 1999 she participated in the Internationale-Parlaments-Praktika in Bundestag, Germany. In 2000-2002 she was working in regional lobbing offices in Brussels. She was also guest-professor on the Freie University in Berlin, University in Giessen, University in Bari and Alma Mater Studiorum Universita di Bologna. She regulary participates as a guest speaker in the international conferences (eg. 2010 - International Public Procurement Congress in Benjin, China; 2011 – Copenhagen, Public Procurement Global Revolution V; 2013 – Public Procurement Global Revolution, Nottingham; 2014-International Public Procurement Conference, Dublin, 2015 – Public Procurement Global Revolution, Nottingham, 2017 – Forum CompraVerde, Roma, 2019 - Public Procurement Global Revolution, Nottingham, 2019 – Global Procurement Conference, Villa Mondragone, Italy, 2019 – Polish-Chinese Conference, Shanghai).
Her main scientific interests and publications refer to public procurement law (recently mainly green public procurement), protection of environment, PPP, competition law, regional policy, structure funds of the EU, e-administration, ICT, sports law.