Janusz Lewandowski

is a Polish Member of the European Parliament, Co-rapporteur of the Interim Report on the Multi-annual Financial Framework 2021-2027. Former EU Commissioner for the Budget and former Minister of Treasury. He is a member of the Civic Platform (PO). He graduated in economics from University of Gdańsk, received a doctorate and was a lecturer there until 1984. Later he worked for Polish Oceanic Lines (Polskie Linie Oceaniczne). He was also a lecturer at Harvard University and the founder of the Research Institute for Market Economy in Gdańsk (Instytut Badań nad Gospodarką Rynkową w Gdańsku). From 1980–1989 he was an economics adviser to the Solidarity anti-communist movement. He was the Minister of Privatization and his major successes were the foundation of the Warsaw Stock Exchange and the mass privatization programme (Program Powszechnej Prywatyzacji). He is an author of a book on famous liberals and he also writes short articles for several newspapers and magazines, including Rzeczpospolita, Gazeta Wyborcza, Parkiet, Polityka, Wprost and Newsweek.

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