Minister of Finance Jacek Rostowski of Poland

Jacek Rostowski was born into a Polish exile family in London.
From 1988 to 1995 Jacek Rostowski was a lecturer at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University of London.
From 1989 to 1991 during Poland’s great economic transformation following the fall of communism, Rostowski was an advisor to the Polish Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister, Leszek Balcerowicz.
During the years 1997 to 2000, Rostowski was Chairman of the Macro-economic Policy Committee at the Polish Ministry of Finance.
In 2004 Rostowski was appointed Economic Advisor to Bank PEKAO SA.
Jacek Rostowski joined the Cabinet of Premier Donald Tusk on 16 November 2007 and currently serves as he Finance Minister of the Republic of Poland.
Mr Rostowski has published many academic papers on European enlargement, monetary policy, currency policy and the transformation of post communist economies.
Jacek Rostowski is married with two children.
Jacek Rostowski is Professor of Economics and Head of the Economics Department at the Central European University, Budapest.
Jan Vincent-Rostowski is a Polish and British economist, academic and the current Minister of Finance of the Republic of Poland.
Jacek Rostowski was born into a Polish immigrant family in London, grew up and educated in the UK.
8 percent in 2009 before gaining speed again in 2010, Finance Minister Jacek Rostowski said on Wednesday.
Speaking in an interview with Reuters, Rostowski said consumption, investments, EU funds and lower taxes would help the economy of the European Union's largest ex-communist member to retain its strength.
In the past Rostowski has hit out at the central bank for allowing inflation to rise well above its 2.
8 percent in July but it is seen peaking at 5 percent in August and Rostowski said he had faith in the central bank and its battle against inflation.
Rostowski said that planned tax cuts and liberalising of the tax system would support growth, business and job creation in future years.
English (en)franais (fr)Deutsch (de)E-mailPrintFocusBoard of GovernorsJacek Rostowski, new Governor for PolandDate:27/11/2007Following the elections and formation of a new Government in Poland, Mr Jacek Rostowski has been appointed Minister of Finance, succeeding Mrs Zyta Gilowska.
A graduate of the London School of Economics, Mr Rostowski has published numerous articles on the enlarged European Union, monetary policy, exchange rate policy and transformation of post-communist economies.
2 billion zlotys is not under threat, Finance Minister Jacek Rostowski was quoted as saying on Monday.
rostowski has picked to[ics and points that remain important.
WARSAW, PolandFinance Minister Jacek Rostowski said Wednesday that Poland could decide whether to link the zloty to the euro as early as next year with the aim of adopting it by 2012.
Jacek Rostowski knows the issue, has international experience, speaks fluent English', a PO deputy said about the Polish finance minister.
7pc, Polish Finance Minister Jacek Rostowski said on Saturday.
Rostowski said the government would cut its 2009 budget growth forecast at a meetingTuesday.
Speaking on June 20th, Polish Finance Minister Jacek Rostowski said that the country could enter ERM2 in 2009.
Finance Minister Jacek Rostowski said the budget deficit will be cut to 18.
will be the lowest planned since the year 2000," Rostowski said in announcing his targets.
This is proof how far we have advanced on reforming public finances," Rostowski said without elaborating.
WARSAW (Thomson Financial) - Poland's government is determined to resist demands for higher public spending and meet its target for cuts in the budget deficit in coming years, Finance Minister Jacek Rostowski was quoted today as saying in an interview.
Rostowski said the ministry was not under pressure from within the government to substantially up spending next year.