Dr. Puslecki holds positions in several professional and academic institutions. He is the Vice-Chair of Assessing Committee of Youth Award Foundation, Germany, member of Hessen Academy of Research and Planning on Rural Areas (HAL), Germany, member of the board of the Faculty of International Business and Economics, PUE, Poland. He is an expert in Knowledge and Innovation Institute, Warsaw, Poland as well as expert for youth policy in ECCP (European Centre for Citizens’ Partnership) and ERY NETWORK (European Regions for Youth) on behalf of Memorandum of Understanding signed by 10 European Regions, expert for Vocational Training and Education in EREI-VET Network of 14 European Regions (European Regions Enhancing Internationalization of Vocational Education and Training).
He is the member of the Academy of International Business (AIB), the Association of Strategic Alliance Professionals (ASAP) and International Management Development Association (IMDA).
Lukasz Puslecki obtained his PhD in international economics from Poznan University of Economics, he also holds a Master degree from the PUE and spent one year at the Vienna University of Business, Austria and one semester at Europa University Viadrina in Frankfurt, Germany. He has also spent nine years in international business, regional administration and diplomacy with the Department of Education and Science of the Marshal Office of the Wielkopolska Region, Poland, the World Trade Organization, Switzerland, the Embassy of Republic Poland in Vienna as well as with the Scientific Centre of Polish Academy of Sciences in Vienna, Austria. Dr. Puslecki has wide experience in international cooperation and business, administration and consulting, serving as an expert and advisor for domestic and multinational enterprises.
His research focuses on technological cooperation, strategic alliances (SA) and strategic technology alliances (STA), leadership in international business, international trade and services, as well as on innovation, technological competitiveness and knowledge based economies.