Michał Gałędek

Principal Coordinator
Assistant Professor

Michał Gałędek, PhD, in his research explores primarily issues connected to the history of administration and shaping of the Polish legal culture in the 19th century. He was the principal investiagor of the Joint Center for History and Economics of Harvard University & University of Cambridge project "How to Rebuild the Feudal World?The Backward Poland at the Turn of the 18th and 19th Centuries in Clash with the Western European Legal, Political and Economic Thought” (2013, co-authored with Dr A. Klimaszewska) and of the National Science Center, "Administrative Thought in the Kingdom of Poland 1814-1831"(since 2014). He is also the key investigator of the project of the National Science Center"Implementation of the French Rules of Commercial Law in the Duchy of Warsaw, Constitutional Kingdom of Poland and the Republic of Krakow - Code de Commerce in Clash with the Polish Reality" (with A. Klimaszewska, since 2014). Heholds of a Scholarship awarded by the Minister of Science and Higher Education to Outstanding Young Sholars (since 2013).