mgr Marek Oramus
Economist, graduate of the Economy and Public Administration at the University of Economics in Cracow. In 2013, he defended his master’s thesis entitled “The use of governance instruments in the Polish public administration on the example of the Department of European Funds of the Marshal’s Office of the Małopolska Region in Cracow”.
Since graduating, he has been associated with the Małopolska School of Public Administration at the University of Economics in Cracow, where he participates in the preparation and implementation of research and implementation projects related to the issues of public management, the situation of Polish enterprises and the cooperation of local government administration with non-governmental organizations. He was a member of the team involved in supporting the decentralization reform in Ukraine under the DOBRE project implemented in cooperation with the US AID.
He was employed in the Department of Economy and Public Administration of UEK. He lectured on Public Economy and Administration, Public Finance, Local Government. Currently, he is preparing a doctorate on the issue of the use of big data analyzes in major cities in Poland.
Interests: New technologies, e-government, big data, hiking, running, collectible card games, video games, Japanese culture.