Coordinator of the project "Economic links in the region"
Centre for Eastern Studies
From 2020 to 2022, Konrad has been the head of the Central European Department, and previously a long-term analyst of the German economy. He is the author of many analyses and several longer studies on the economy of Central Europe and Germany.
He has been a coordinator and author in international research projects in the framework of Visegrad consortium of think-tanks preparing expert opinions for the diplomatic ministries of the V4 countries.
Konrad regularly gives guest lectures at Polish universities (including the University of Warsaw and the Warsaw School of Economics). He is a commentator and author of articles for the largest nationwide media. He defended his doctorate with honors at the Warsaw School of Economics with a dissertation entitled "Changes in Germany's Foreign Trade After Joining the Eurozone".