Education and work experience:
Vice President and Economist at the Civil Development Forum (FOR Foundation) in Warsaw, Poland – a think tank founded by Professor Leszek Balcerowicz. He received his BSc in Economics and Politics from the University of Bristol in England and MA in Economics from the Warsaw School of Economics in Poland, where he is currently a PhD candidate. In 2013 he completed the CPPR-ACE Winter School in Public Policy Research Methods in India and the Think Tank MBA program organized by the Atlas Network. He is the graduate of the Atlas Leadership Academy and alumni of the Promoting Tolerance program organized by the Friedrich Naumann Foundation and American Jewish Committee. Marek Tatala frequently speaks at various conferences and comments on economic and political topics on television, radio and other media outlets. He is also active on social media.
- law and economics,
- justice system and economic growth,
- populism, authoritarianism, democracy,
- regulations, deregulations and economic freedom,
- nanny state versus individual freedom and responsibility.
Selected FOR publications by Marek Tatała:
- Analysis 12/2017: Without independent courts, the economy is developing slower and civil liberties are at risk, 2017-09-04.
- Communication 10/2017: Nanny State Index in the EU - new restrictions in Poland in 2016, 2017-05-11.
- Communication 6/2017: Unjust attacks of M. Morawiecki on independent courts, 2017-04-05.
- Analysis 2/2017: Facilitations of tree removal: good intentions, pathological law-making process, manipulations, 2017-03-08.