Jaroslaw Kantorowicz is an assistant professor at the Institute of Security and Global Affairs (Leiden University) and a researcher at the Rotterdam Institute of Law & Economics (Erasmus University Rotterdam).
In 2015 Jaroslaw obtained his PhD (summa cum laude) in law & economics jointly from Erasmus University Rotterdam, the University of Hamburg and Bologna. In the past Jaroslaw researched for the OECD, European Commission, European Parliament and the Civil Development Forum. His broad areas of expertise include fiscal policy, institutional economics, financial and business regulation, political economy and microeconometrics. His current (mostly empirical) research projects focus on institutions under extreme conditions, financial regulations, historical persistence of institutions and intergovernmental fiscal relations.