Miłosz Wiatrowski is a PhD student in History at Yale University, where he works with professors Timothy Snyder and Marci Shore. In his project, he focuses on the intellectual history of neoliberalism in Europe in the 1980s, with emphasis on its diffusion among the Polish intellectual milieu associated with Solidarność. Prior to starting his PhD, Miłosz worked as an academic assistant at the College of Europe (Natolin) and as a consultant for the Development Cooperation Directorate at the OECD, where he advised on infrastructure investments. He studied at Sciences Po (MA in International Economic Policy), at Universität St. Gallen (MA in International Affairs and Governance) and at the College of Europe (MA in European Economic Studies – European Law and Economic Analysis).

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