Thea Don-Siemion

Collaborator of INPRIS.

Studied at Pembroke College, University of Oxford (BA in Politics, Philosophy and Economics). Thea submitted her Ph.D. thesis on Polish monetary policy during the Great Depression to the Department of Economic History of the London School of Economics and Political Science.

Thea’s involvement at INPRIS is focused on initiatives connected to the Polish legislative process.

Thea's academic interests include macroeconomic policy, methods of controlling inflation and economic models of the political process. 

Thea has worked as an intern for the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights in Poland, where she was involved with the Observatory of Media Freedom in Poland and Observatory of CIA Activity on Polish Territory programs.  She has also completed a one-month internship at the United Nations Economic and Social Council in New York.  Thea was a research assistant for Anne Applebaum, she contributed to the preparation of the lecture series on the history of 20th Century Russia given at the London School of Economics. 

Outside of work, Thea is interested in the history of economic thought, 19th Century literature and classical singing.  

Besides English and Polish, she is fluent in French and German, and is currently learning Russian.