Prof. Agnieszka Karman, Industrial Symbiosis, Best Researcher Award

Professor at Maria Skłodowska Curie University, Poland

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Prof. Agnieszka Karman, an esteemed academic based in Lublin, serves as a Professor at the Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin, specifically within the Faculty of Economics, Institute of Management. Her career has been marked by significant contributions to the fields of environmental and resource economics.

Educational Background

  • Primary and Secondary Music School in Lublin
  • 2000: MA in Culture and Art, The Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw
  • 2000: Management and Marketing, Lublin University of Technology
  • 2006: PhD in Economics, Warsaw University of Technology
  • 2014: Habilitation, Cracow University of Economics
  • 2021: Postgraduate Studies in Analytics, Warsaw School of Economics

Professional Experience

  • 2000-2008: Assistant, then Assistant Professor, Lublin University of Technology, Faculty of Management
  • 2008-2018: Assistant Professor, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin, Faculty of Economics, Institute of Management
  • Present: Professor, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin, Faculty of Economics, Institute of Management

Membership in Organizations

  • European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (EAERE)
  • Polish Association of Environmental and Resource Economists

Editorial Board Participation

  • International Journal of Sustainable Economy
  • International Journal of Business Development and Research
  • Journal of Accounting, Finance & Management Strategy

Leadership and Coordination Roles

  • 2008-2014: International Cooperation Coordinator, Faculty of Economics
  • 2008-2014: Project Coordinator and External Funds, Faculty of Economics
  • 2022-Present: Expert of the Commission for the Evaluation of Science in Parameterisation 2017–2021
  • Coordinator of Green Management Section, PSEŚiZN
  • Member of the Board, Polish Association of Environmental and Resource Economists

Internships and Training

  • National University of B. Chmielnicki, Cherkasy, Ukraine
  • Universitat Kassel
  • International School for Social and Business Studies
  • Technical University of Ostrava (2022)
  • Warsaw School of Economics (2023)
  • University of Pardubice (2023)
  • Wroclaw University of Science and Technology (2024)
  • Kaunas University of Technology (2024)

Conference Organization

  • Advancing in Ecological Economics, 15.09.2020, Lublin
  • Economics & Ecology – Transdisciplinary Conversations, 15.09.2021, Lublin

Notable Projects

  • Innovative Entrepreneurship – Ministry of Science and Higher Education
  • Enterprise in the Age of Society Information – Co-financed from EU funds
  • Synergy – Strengthening the Didactic Potential of Students
  • Adaptation of Enterprises to Climate Change
  • Competency Potential in Managing Diversity
  • Modeling Reverse Logistics Processes (NCN, from 2020)
  • Modelling Climate Change Impacts (NCN, from 2020)
  • Cooperation and Development in Industrial Symbiosis (LIAISE) CA22110
  • EU Circular Economy Network for Consumer Protection (ECO4ALL) CA22124

Awards and Honors

  • 2007: Grant from the Foundation for Polish Science and the Warsaw Scientific Society
  • 2006, 2007: Rector’s Awards, Lublin University of Technology
  • 2014, 2016, 2018: UMCS Rector’s Awards
  • 2019-2022: UMCS Rector’s Award for Individual Science Achievements
  • 2022: UMCS Rector’s Award (V Degree Science Achievements)


Prof. Karman’s research interests include environmental management, ecological economics, and strategic management. She also has a deep appreciation for Czech culture and language and is actively involved in volunteering with the Little Brothers of the Poor Association.

Prof. Agnieszka Karman’s illustrious career showcases her dedication to advancing knowledge in economics and environmental management, making significant impacts through her research, teaching, and various leadership roles.

📖 Publication Top Noted

Title: Circular economy practices as a shield for the long-term organisational and network resilience during crisis: Insights from an industrial symbiosis

    • Authors: Karman, A., Prokop, V., Lopes de Sousa Jabbour, A.B.
    • Journal: Journal of Cleaner Production
    • Volume: 466
    • Pages: 142822
    • Year: 2024

Title: Switching to sustainable products: The role of time, product, and customer characteristics

    • Authors: Karman, A., Lipowski, M.
    • Journal: Psychology and Marketing
    • Volume: 41
    • Issue: 5
    • Pages: 1082–1099
    • Year: 2024

Title: Has the Covid-19 pandemic jeopardized firms’ environmental behavior? Bridging green initiatives and firm value through the triple bottom line approach

    • Authors: Karman, A., Prokop, V., Giglio, C., Rehman, F.U.
    • Journal: Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management
    • Volume: 31
    • Issue: 1
    • Pages: 375–395
    • Year: 2024

Title: Discovering the factors driving regional competitiveness in the face of climate change

    • Authors: Karman, A., Miszczuk, A., Bronisz, U.
    • Journal: Miscellanea Geographica
    • Volume: 27
    • Issue: 2
    • Pages: 75–91
    • Year: 2023

Title: Editorial: Fostering sustainable career throughout lifespan of employees

    • Authors: Savanevičienė, A., Peters, P., Manuti, A., Cabral-Cardoso, C., Karman, A.
    • Journal: Frontiers in Psychology
    • Volume: 14
    • Pages: 1161624
    • Year: 2023

Title: Circular economy competitiveness evaluation model based on the catastrophe progression method

    • Authors: Karman, A., Pawłowski, M.
    • Journal: Journal of Environmental Management
    • Volume: 303
    • Pages: 114223
    • Year: 2022
Agnieszka Karman | Industrial Symbiosis | Best Researcher Award

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