Interdisciplinary Doctoral Studies "SIS PhD Ekonomia +"

Interdisciplinary Doctoral Studies "SIS PhD Ekonomia+" are implemented as part of a project funded by the National Center for Research and Development (POWR.03.02.00-IP.08-00-DOK/17 competition for Interdisciplinary PhD Studies Programs (Measure 3.2 Doctoral Studies, Axis III Higher education for the economy and development of the Operational Program Knowledge Education Development 2014-2020, co-financing in the amount of 1 391 934.48 PLN)).

The aim of the project is to increase the quality and efficiency of education of doctoral studies at the Wrocław University of Economics by developing and implementing an interdisciplinary PhD program on a national scale including the international component at the Faculty of Management, Computer Science and Finance.

The support is provided to 11 doctoral students preparing interdisciplinary doctoral dissertations in one of the disciplines in the field of economic sciences and in the second discipline (computer science or law).

  • Faculty of Management, Computer Science and Finance
  • Number of participants: 11
  • Doctoral period: October 2018  - September 2022; planned dissertation defense by the end of February 2023.
Scientific area:
  • Economics + Information Technology
  • Economics + Law
  • Motivational scholarship of the Economics+
  • Doctoral scholarships of the Wrocław University of Economics
The contact details of potential scientific supervisors can be found in the profiles of tutors and promoters.

Study Program:
The curriculum and study program have been developed with particular emphasis on interdisciplinarity, which includes the following subjects.

Obligatory subjects:
  • Procedures for the preparation of interdisciplinary doctoral theses
  • Methodology of interdisciplinary scientific research
  • Economic sciences  - research areas in specific disciplines
  • Informatics
  • Legal sciences
  • Ethics and copyright in interdisciplinary scientific works
Optional subjects  - Information Technology (4 out of 6):
  • Practical aspects of the computational complexity theory
  • Mathematical modeling and data structures
  • Designing effective optimization methods
  • Computer tools supporting design optimization methods
  • Electronic economics
  • Industry 4.0
Optional subjects  - Law (4 out of 6)
  • Public economic law
  • Financial and tax law
  • Commercial law
  • Private international law
  • Civil law
  • Economic analysis of law

Head of doctoral studies, contact in substantive matters
dr hab. Eng. Radosław Rudek, prof. UE
building Z, room 718
tel. 71 368 0376

PhD student service office
Dagmara Przystawa
building Z, room 209
tel. 71 36 80 153
Working hours: 10:00 - 18:00
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