Danuta Hübner

Danuta Hübner
European Commissioner for Regional Policy
In office
22 November 2004 – 4 July 2009
President José Manuel Barroso
Preceded by Jacques Barrot
Succeeded by Paweł Samecki
European Commissioner for Trade
In office
1 May 2004 – 22 November 2004
Serving with Pascal Lamy
President Romano Prodi
Preceded by Pascal Lamy
Succeeded by Peter Mandelson
Member of the European Parliament
Incumbent
Assumed office
7 June 2009
Personal details
Born 8 April 1948 (1948-04-08) (age 63)
Nisko, Poland
Political party Civic Platform
Alma mater Warsaw School of Economics
Profession Economist

Danuta Hübner (Polish pronunciation: [daˈnuta ˈxʲybnɛr] or [ˈxʲibnɛr], born 8 April 1948 in Nisko, Poland) is a Polish economist, academic, and policy maker. She served as European Commissioner for Regional Policy from 22 November 2004 until 4 July 2009, when she resigned to become a Member of European Parliament for the Civic Platform.[1]

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Academic C.V.

  • 2005 Honorary Degree in Laws of the Sussex University
  • since 1992 full Professor, Warsaw School of Economics, currently on leave
  • 1994–1997 Editor-in-Chief of Gospodarka Narodowa, Polish economics monthly
  • 1991–1994 Deputy Director, Institute for Development and Strategic Studies, Warsaw
  • 1991–1997 Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the Ekonomista, Polish bi-monthly
  • 1988–1990 Fulbright scholar, University of California, Berkeley
  • 1981–1987 Deputy Director of the Research Institute for Developing Countries, Warsaw School of Economics
  • 1980 Post-doctoral degree in international trade relations, Warsaw School of Economics
  • 1974 PhD in economics, Warsaw School of Economics 1974 Visiting scholar at the Centre for European Studies at the University of Sussex
  • 1970's Visiting scholar Universidad Autonoma in Madrid
  • since 1971 professor at the Warsaw School of Economics
  • 1971 MSc in Economics, Warsaw School of Economics (Central School of Planning and Statistics)

Political, policy and administrative C.V.

  • On 15 September 2010 Hübner supported the new initiative Spinelli Group in the European Parliament, which was founded to reinvigorate the strive for federalisation of the European Union (EU). Other prominent supporters are: Jacques Delors, Daniel Cohn-Bendit, Guy Verhofstadt, Andrew Duff, Elmar Brok.
  • 7 June 2009 elected MEP for Poland in Warsaw Constituency (from Civic Platform)
  • since 1 May 2004 Member of the European Commission, since November 2004 Commissioner for Regional Policy
  • 2003–2004 Minister for European Affairs, Poland
  • 2001–2003 Head of Office of the Committee for European Integration and Secretary of State, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Poland
  • 2000–2001 United Nations Under Secretary General and Executive Secretary, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, Geneva
  • 1998–2001 Economic Advisor to the President of the Republic of Poland
  • 1998–2000 Deputy Executive Secretary, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, Geneva
  • 1997–1998 Minister Head of the Chancellery of the President of the Republic of Poland
  • 1996–1997 Government Plenipotentiary for establishing the Committee for European Integration (KIE), Secretary of KIE with the rank of Secretary of State and Head of the Office of the Committee for European Integration (UKIE)
  • 1995–1996 Chief Negotiator for accession to OECD
  • 1994–1996 Under-Secretary of State in the Ministry of Industry and Trade
  • 1994–1995 Advisor to the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Co-author of the Government Programme Strategy for Poland
  • 1992–1996 Chairperson of the Council for Social Planning, Central Office for Planning
  • In the years 1970–1987 she was a member of communist Polish United Workers' Party PZPR

Professional and other affiliations

  • 1996–1998 Member of the Scientific Board of Economic Sciences Institute of the Polish Academy of Science
  • 1995–1997 Member of the National Statistics Council of Poland
  • 1987–1996 Member of the Executive Committee of the European Association of Development Research and Training Institutes, Geneva
  • Member of the Programme Council of Nowe Życie Gospodarcze, Polish economic bi-weekly magazine
  • Member of the Programme Council of the European Business Academy for Enterprises, Warsaw
  • President of the Programme Board of the Management Institute, Warsaw
  • Member of the Board of Directors, Policy Network and Communications Ltd., London
  • Member of the Scientific Council of the State Veterinary Institute in Puławy
  • Member of the Scientific Council of the Central Mining Institute, Katowice
  • Member of the Programme Board of the Polish Institute of Oncology, Warsaw
  • Member of the association for counteracting social exclusion of persons suffering from psychiatric disorders MOST, Bydgoszcz
  • Honorary member of Soroptimist International Poland – Dom Polski Association, Warsaw

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Political offices
New office Polish European Commissioner
2004–2009
Succeeded by
Paweł Samecki
Preceded by
Pascal Lamy
European Commissioner for Trade
2004
Served alongside: Pascal Lamy
Succeeded by
Peter Mandelson
Preceded by
Jacques Barrot
European Commissioner for Regional Policy
2004–2009
Succeeded by
Paweł Samecki

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