Jakub Borowski is Chief Economist of Credit Agricole Bank Polska and Assistant Professor in Chair of Economics II in Warsaw School of Economics. In 2012-2015 he has been a member of the Economic Council to the Prime Minister. In 2014 -2016 was a member of Advisory Board to the President of the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection. In 2007-2011 he was the Chief Economist of the Invest-Bank and in 2011-2013 he was the Chief Economist of the Kredyt Bank. In 2002-2007 he was the Head of the Monetary Policy Division in the National Bank of Poland. He graduated from the Faculty of Banking and Finance in WSE. He received DAAD scholarship at Humboldt University in Berlin and conducted research in the National Bank of Austria, ifo Institute in Munich, German Institute for Economic Research and German Ministry of Finance.
In 2003-2004 he headed the team of economists in the National Bank of Poland who prepared the Report on the Costs and Benefits of Poland’s Adoption of the Euro. In 2009-2010 he headed the team of academics who prepared the Report on the impact of preparations for and organization of UEFA EURO 2012TM on the economy of Poland. He is an author or co-author of many articles on the macroeconomic policy and strategy of Poland’s accession to the euro area. In 2011 his book “Integracja monetarna. Wyzwania dla Polski” (Monetary Integration. Challenges for Poland) was published by Polish Economic Publishers.
In years 2009-2020 the macro-teams he headed took the top places in the forecasters’ rankings of Parkiet, Rzeczpospolita and Puls Biznesu dailies, Forbes as well Bloomberg and Reuters. In 2014 Jakub Borowski was the most frequently quoted bank chief economist in Poland. In 2019 a Polish analytical centre THINKTANK ranked him among ten economists mostly heard by Polish business.