Bartosz Pieliński is an assistant professor at the Faculty of Political Science and International Studies at the University of Warsaw. He is a founding member of the Institutional Grammar Research Initiative. His research focuses on quantitative analysis of policy design; an important portion of his work involves applying computational methods to analyze language found in policy texts. He has been published in VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, the International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, and the International Journal of Cultural Policy.
Bartosz received his Ph.D. in political science from the University of Warsaw in 2008. He loves running, and he is a passionate user of Linux. He’s also become a fan of football/soccer thanks to his sons’ involvement in the sport.
Wróblewska, A., Pieliński, B., Seweryn, K., Sysko-Romańczuk, S., Saputa, k., Wichrowska, A., & Schreiber, H. (2023). Automating the Analysis of Institutional Design in International Agreements. arvix.org.
Schreiber, H, & Pieliński, B. (2023). Inviting all humanity to an elite club? Understanding tensions in UNESCO’s global heritage regimes through the lens of a typology of goods. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 29(1), 113-129.
Pieliński, B., Mering, T. and Szarfenberg, R. (2021), Keeping a distance but heading in the same direction: formal rules on unemployment benefit sanctions and social assistance benefit sanctions in Poland, 1989–2014. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 42(11-12), 1145-1164.