The Polish Insurance Association announces that the 2011 Leon Kozicki contest for the best dissertations on the subject of insurance is now finished. The Evaluation Committee composed of: Professor Irena Jędrzejczyk, PhD; Wojciech Nagel, PhD; Professor Kazimierz Ortyński, PhD; Jan Piątek, PhD; Witold Walkowiak, PhD and Marcin Łuczyński chose the best theses of all those submitted for the contest.
The first prize is awarded to Jakub Stępień for the dissertation entitled “Managing liquidity in an insurance company at the time of turmoil in financial markets”. The thesis was supervised by Jacek Lisowski, PhD, of the Poznan University of Economics.
The second prize is awarded to Dominika Fudała for the dissertation entitled “The Open Method of Coordination in old age security schemes”. The thesis was supervised by Professor Jerzy Handschke, PhD, of the Poznan University of Economics.
The third prize is awarded to Maria Magdalena Kozber for the dissertation entitled “Patient co-payment in Polish, German and Swiss healthcare systems”. The thesis was supervised by Magdalena Osak, PhD, of the Poznan University of Economics.
We wish to congratulate all the winners and thank all the remaining competitors for taking part in the contest.