Ewa Zawojska

Are preferences stated in web vs. personal interviews different? Willingness-to-pay results for a multi-country study of the Baltic Sea eutrophication reduction

Ewa Zawojska, Faculty of Economic Sciences, University of Warsaw



Ewa Zawojska is an assistant professor at the Faculty of Economic Sciences at the University of Warsaw. She received her PhD degree in economic sciences at this faculty in the fall 2018. She has completed several research visits abroad, conducting various projects, within the Fulbright Junior Advanced Research Award at Clark University in Worcester, MA, stipend Etiuda 4 of the National Science Centre at the University of Tennessee, TN, and Wirth Institute Doctoral Research Fellowship at the University of Alberta, Canada, among others. Her research interests include non-market valuation, preference elicitation and, in more general, microeconomics. She focuses on the use of survey methods to estimate values of non-market public goods, and, in particular, how the survey design can be enhanced to increase validity and reliability of the estimates. Her research has been recognized with several awards, including the Prime Minister's Award for Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation, the Scientific Award 2019 of the Journal "Polityka" and the stipend "Start 2018" of the Foundation for Polish Science.