Marek Belka currently serves as a member of the European Parliament where he is a member of the ECON, FISC, and INTA committees and the delegation for relations with the United States. He was the Prime Minister of Poland from 2004 until 2005 and also held important posts in the public sector from the 1990s. He served as Vice-Prime Minister and Minister of Finance of Poland, United Nations Executive Secretary of the Economic Commission for Europe, Director of the IMF European Department, President of the National Bank of Poland and Chairman of the IMF/World Bank Development Committee. Marek Belka is a Professor of Economics who specializes in monetary policy and applied economics.

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