Anna Kowalska-Pyzalska

Associate Professor

Specialization: energy economics, energy market, innovation diffusion

With an M.Sc. in Management (2001), a Ph.D. in Electrical Power Systems (2006), four years spent in the power industry (2006-2010) and a habilitation in Management Sciences (2019), she possesses unique expertise on the interface of energy markets and economics. Her most recent research interests include modeling innovation diffusion, adoption of innovative goods and services in the energy market (e.g., dynamic electricity tariffs, green energy) and social acceptance of these goods and services. She has published in top tier journals (most notably in Energies, Energy Policy, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Physica A and Sustainability) and is an ad-hoc reviewer for a number of JCR listed journals. She was an Investigator on national and EU funded projects and currently is the Principal Investigator on two NCN (National Science Centre, Poland) OPUS grants.