«RESEARCH AND TEACHING INTERESTS Law & Economics, Political Economy, Corporate & Project Finance EDUCATION University of California, Berkeley, Haas ...»
MARIAN W. MOSZORO
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY HARVARD UNIVERSITY
HAAS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS HARVARD LAW SCHOOL
F402 • BERKELEY • CA 94720 HAUSER 320 • CAMBRIDGE • MA 02138
RESEARCH AND TEACHING INTERESTSLaw & Economics, Political Economy, Corporate & Project Finance EDUCATION University of California, Berkeley, Haas School of Business Post-doctoral scholarship, Business & Public Policy Group and Finance Group, 2009-2011 Sponsor Professor: Oliver Williamson Warsaw School of Economics (SGH), Poland Ph.D. in Financial Economics, 2004 University of Szczecin, Poland M.Sc. in Managerial Economics, 1998. Graduated with Highest Honors
ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE AND AFFILIATIONSHarvard University, Harvard Law School Law & Economics, 2015-2017 University of California, Berkeley, Haas School of Business Institute for Business Innovation, 2014 onwards Cornell University, Cornell Program in Infrastructure Policy Faculty Affiliate, 2014 onwards IESE, Barcelona Policy Research Fellow at the Public-Private Sector Research Center, 2011 onwards Professor of Finance, 2011-2013 University of Minnesota, Carlson School of Management/Warsaw School of Economics Graduate Instructor, 2001-2004 (Warsaw Executive MBA)
AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPSPolicy Research Fellowship, IESE-PPSRC, Barcelona, 2011-2015 Post-doctoral grant at the University of California, Berkeley, 2009-2011 Best teacher (by student nomination): WSB-NLU, Nowy Sacz (Poland), 2007; Warsaw Executive MBAUniversity of Minnesota, 2001-2003 Doctoral Fellowship, Warsaw School of Economics & Ministry of Education, 1999-2004 Award from the Minister of Education of Poland for outstanding academic achievements (country’s top per mil), 1997-1998; college scholarship from the Ministry of Education of Poland for high GPA, 1994-1997 M. Moszoro—Curriculum Vitae Page 1 of 8
INDUSTRY EXPERIENCEMinistry of Finance, Warsaw Undersecretary of Finance, Deputy Minister, 2005-2006 Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego, Warsaw Chairman of the Board (government-sponsored bank), 2005-2006 Carlson Capital Partners, Warsaw Director, Project and Structured Finance (boutique IB), 2004-2005 Ministry of Finance, Warsaw Adviser to the Secretary of Finance, 1998-2000 American Retail Systems, Szczecin Financial Analyst, 1998 Deloitte & Touche, Szczecin Audit Associate, 1997-1998
PROFESSIONAL TRAININGExecutive education: University of California, Berkeley, Haas School of Business: Venture Capital
Program (2009) and Open Innovation &Corporate Entrepreneurship (2009); IESE, Barcelona:
Program for Management Development (2007), International Faculty Program (2002)
OTHER ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL POSITIONSAcademic positions: George Mason University, Interdisciplinary Center for Economic Science, Summer 2014; George Mason University, School of Policy, Government, and International Affairs, Summer 2013; Kozminski University (Poland), 2014-2016; Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Fall 2013; Université Paris-Dauphine, Fall 2012; Universidad Austral (Argentina), March 2010 Professional memberships: Society for Institutional & Organizational Economics (SIOE, formerly ISNIE), American Economic Association (AEA), American Law & Economics Association (ALEA), European Finance Association (EFA), and Alliance for Research on Corporate Sustainability (ARCS) Public service and assignments: program committee at the Society for Institutional & Organizational Economics (Harvard University, 2015; EUI-Florence, 2013, formerly ISNIE); workshop organizer at the Institutional & Organizational Economics Academy (Corsica 2014 & 2015, formerly ESNIE); referee at John Moore’s doctoral dissertation, Ecole Doctorale Sciences de Management, HEC de Paris-IAE de Paris Panthéon-Sorbonne (2013); jury at IESE Private Equity Competition (Barcelona, March 2013); organizer of the Economics of Public-Private Partnerships conference (IESE-PPSRC, Barcelona, April 2012) Reviewer for: Journal of Law & Economics, Journal of Law, Economics & Organization, Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, Journal of Institutional & Theoretical Economics, Journal of Institutional Economics, Journal of Public Administration Research & Theory, Journal of Management Studies, and Transport Policy;
Editorial Advisory Board of the Journal of Banking & Financial Economics Consultant to: World Bank (2014 onwards), European Commission’s Research & Innovation expert (2014 onwards); UNIDO (2002), Financial Supervision Authority, Poland (2009), City of Warsaw (2007), TVP—Polish public broadcasting corporation (2006-2007), two private equity funds (2007-2009), a venture capital fund (2013), and shareholder and consultant to a bio-technology firm (2014 onwards) M. Moszoro—Curriculum Vitae Page 2 of 8
SEMINAR AND CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS2016 Northwestern University, Chicago, IL (Law & Econ, scheduled); George Mason University, Arlington, VA (Econ-ICES, scheduled); Sorbonne Graduate Business School; Harvard University (twice: Law, Econ); SciencePo, Paris; National Research University-Higher School of Economics, Moscow (RSSIA) 2015 Insper, Sao Paulo; PPP Summit, Istanbul (keynote speaker); UCLA (Law & Econ); Cornell University, NY; Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona; Harvard University, MA; Columbia University; European School on New Institutional Economics, Corsica (ESNIE/IOEA);
Universidad de Chile (CEA); ETH Zurich (Law & Econ*); George Mason University, Arlington, VA (Econ-ICES); University of California, Berkeley (twice: Haas & Law) 2014 NBER Organizational Economics, Stanford University, CA (SIEPR); University of California, Berkeley (Law, CELS); OECD-World Bank-GMU, Arlington, VA (International Transport Forum); NBER Summer Institute, Law & Economics workshop, Cambridge, MA; National Research University-Higher School of Economics, Moscow (RSSIA); Duke University, NC (ISNIE 2014); University of Bristol, UK; European School on New Institutional Economics, Corsica (ESNIE); The World Bank; Warsaw University of Technology; FGV & IPEA (Institute of Applied Economic Research, Rio de Janeiro); Sao Paulo School of Economics (FGV-EESP);
American Society of Civil Engineers, San Francisco, CA; California Polytechnic State University (Econ-Finance); University of California, Berkeley (Haas) 2013 Allerhand Institute, Warsaw (Financial Regulation Summit); National Research University-Higher School of Economics, Moscow; Universidad Nacional de Colombia (video-conference); George Mason University, VA (SPP); University of Reading, UK (EFMA); Université ParisDauphine/European University Institute/Università degli Studi di Firenze (ISNIE); Université Paris 1 – Panthéon-Sorbonne (twice); Politecnico di Milano (Public Finance); European School on New Institutional Economics, Corsica (ESNIE); Université Paris-Dauphine (Finance);
IESE Business School, Barcelona (PPSRC) Northwestern University, Chicago, IL (Law & Econ*); George Mason University, VA; University of Maryland, College Park, MD; Yale University, CT (Law*, CBEY); University of Pennsylvania (Law*); Defense Acquisition University, Fort Belvoir, VA; Naval Postgraduate School, Seaside, CA;
University of Southern California (ISNIE); Sao Paulo School of Economics (FGV-EESP), Brazil;
World Finance Conference, Rio de Janeiro; London School of Economics; Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh; Université Paris-Dauphine; Université Paris 1 – Panthéon-Sorbonne (twice); University of Navarra, Pamplona (Econ); IESE Business School, Barcelona (PPSRC); Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona (Applied Economics); Economic Institute of the National Bank of Poland, Warsaw 2011 George Mason University, Arlington, VA (SPP); University of California, Berkeley (Haas-Finance);
Western Economic Association International, San Diego, CA; American Society for Public Administration, Baltimore, MD; The World Bank, Washington, DC; Inter-American Development Bank, Panama; Université Paris 1 – Panthéon-Sorbonne; Technische Universität Berlin; IESE Business School, Barcelona; Joint Warsaw School of Economics-University of Warsaw Econ Seminar; International Project Finance Association and Ministry of Interior, Warsaw 2010 University of California, Berkeley (Haas); IAE Business School, Buenos Aires; Universidad Austral, Rosario; Centro Adam Smith/Fundacion Libertad, Rosario; London School of Economics and Political Science; King’s College London; Warsaw School of Economics (SGH); Financial Supervision Authority (KNF), Warsaw 2009 University of California, Berkeley (Haas); IAE Business School, Buenos Aires; Universidad de San Andres, Buenos Aires; CEPR & IESE Business School, Barcelona; Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration, Vienna; Euromoney, Vienna; University of Zagreb,
PERSONAL Fluent in English, Spanish, and Polish; basic knowledge of Italian and French Computer skills: Stata, Python, LaTeX, Unix/Linux In college, I volunteered in social and educational activities for the youth. During graduate school, I coorganized social extra-curricular activities for students. I continue mentoring college students and advising them on academic and career choices Rugby player (full-back/center: high-school in Argentina, 2nd League in Poland, Northern California Division 2&3, Berkeley-Haas grad team, HBS Rugby Football Club), marathoner, triathlete (1988Writing a book on neckties
Pablo T. Spiller Jeffrey A. Jacobs Distinguished Professor of Business & Technology University of California, Berkeley Former Editor in Chief, Journal of Law, Economics & Organization Tel.: +1 510 325 7570 email@example.com Henry E. Smith Fessenden Professor of Law Director, Project on the Foundations of Private Law Harvard University Tel.: +1 617 496 8835 firstname.lastname@example.org Alexander Stremitzer Professor of Law UCLA School of Law University of California, Los Angeles Tel.: 646 207 7908 email@example.com Rick Geddes Director, Cornell Program in Infrastructure Policy Department of Policy Analysis & Management Cornell University Tel.: +1 607 379 8298 firstname.lastname@example.org Oliver E. Williamson Professor of the Graduate School and Edgar F. Kaiser Professor Emeritus of Business, Economics & Law University of California, Berkeley Tel.: +1 510 642 8697 email@example.com
JOURNALS Moszoro, Marian, Pablo Spiller, and Sebastian Stolorz. 2016. Rigidity of Public Contracts. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 13(3):396–427. [Link] Moszoro, Marian. 2016. Coasean Quality of Regulated Goods. B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy (forthcoming). [Link] Bednarek, Ziemowit, and Marian Moszoro. 2014. The Arrow-Lind Theorem Revisited: Ownership Concentration and Valuation. Applied Economics [formerly known as Applied Financial Economics] 24(5):357–375. [Link] Moszoro, Marian. 2014. Efficient Public-Private Capital Structures. Annals of Public & Cooperative Economics 85(1):103–126. [Link] Moszoro, Marian. 2014. Microeconomic Foundations of Bailouts. Journal of Natural Resources Policy Research 6(1):109–112. [Invited to publish; link] Moszoro, Marian. 2013. Overcoming Opportunism in Public-Private Project Finance. Journal of Applied Corporate Finance 25(1):89–96. [Link]
BOOK CHAPTERSMoszoro, Marian, and Pablo Spiller. 2016. Coase and the Transaction Cost Approach to Regulation.
In The Elgar Companion to Ronald H. Coase, edited by Claude Ménard and Elodie Bertrand.
Edward Elgar Publisher: Cheltenham, UK. Chapter 19, pp. 262–275.
Moszoro, Marian, Gonzalo Araya, Fernanda Ruiz-Nuñez, and Jordan Schwartz. 2015. What Drives Private Participation in Infrastructure in Developing Countries? In Public Private Partnerships for Infrastructure and Business Development—Principles, Practices, and Perspectives, edited by Stefano Caselli, Guido Corbetta, and Veronica Vecchi. Pelgrave-Macmillan: New York, NY.
Moszoro, Marian, and Pablo Spiller. 2014. Third-Party Opportunism and the Theory of Public Contracts: Operationalization and Applications. In The Manufacturing of Markets: Legal, Political and Economic Dynamics, edited by Eric Brousseau and Jean-Michel Glachant. Cambridge University Press (ISBN 978-1-107-05371-7, 420 pages).
BOOKS & MONOGRAPHS Moszoro, Marian. 2010. Partnerstwo publiczno-prywatne w sferze uzytecznosci publicznej [Public-Private Partnerships in the Utilities Sector]. Warsaw: Wolters Kluwer (ISBN: 978-83-7526-715-0, 304 pages). First edition: 2005, Warsaw: Oficyna Wydawnicza SGH.
Moszoro, Marian. 2010. Analiza problemow biznesowych [Analysis of Business Problems]. Warsaw: Wolters Kluwer (ISBN: 978-83-7526-732-7, 256 pages).
WORKING PAPERSMoszoro, Marian, and Pablo Spiller. Political Contestability, Scrutiny, and Public Contracting.
NBER Working Paper No. 18636. R&R to the Journal of Public Administration Research & Theory.
M. Moszoro—Selected Publications Page 6 of 8 Moszoro, Marian. Public versus Private Cost of Capital with State-Contingent Terminal Value. R&R to the Journal of Public Administration Research & Theory.
Beuve, Jean, Marian Moszoro, and Stéphane Saussier. Political Contestability and Contract Rigidity:
An Analysis of Procurement Contracts. Submitted.
Moszoro, Marian, Pablo Spiller, and Abhay Aneja. Political Bonds: Political Hazards and the Choice of Municipal Financing Instruments. NBER Working Paper No. 21188.
Moszoro, Marian and Gonzalo Araya. Political Competition and Private Participation in Infrastructure.
RESEARCH PROJECTS & GRANTS
Project title: Organizational and Institutional Challenges: Innovation and Governance. Project reference:
ECO2014-57131-R. Nature of contribution in the project: Investigator. Sources of funding:
Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad (Spanish Ministry of the Economy and Competitiveness). Amount of funding: 58,000 EUR. Places of project implementation: Spain and United States. Project duration: 2015-2018.
Project title: On-Line Teaching Initiative on Economics of Governance and Institutions. Nature of contribution in the project: Scholarly content on public-private contracts. Sources of funding: European