ICT interdisciplinary research group

Aleksandra Wilczynska


PhD candidate in Information and Knowledge Society Doctoral Programme
Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC) .

Aleksandra obtained her Master´s Degree in Computer Science and Econometrics from Faculty of Economic Sciences at the University of Warsaw (Poland). In 2009-2010 she studied as an exchange student at the University of Antwerp (Belgium). In 2014 she was a visiting scholar at the Digital Economy Lab, University of Warsaw (Poland).

Presently, she works on her doctoral project  From standard of living to quality of life. Assessment of objective and subjective well‐being of knowledge workers, supervised by Dr. Dominik Batorski and Dr. Joan Torrent-Sellens. In her work she focuses on quality of life of workers in knowledge economies. Her main areas of interests comprise, among others,  new labour relations driven by the technological change, dynamics of occupations, well-being and quality of life in knowledge economy.


Wilczyńska, A., Batorski, D., & Sellens, J. T. (2014). “Employment flexibility, job security and job satisfaction of knowledge workers in Poland” (Doctoral Working Paper Series; DWP140-004). IN3 Working Paper Series (UOC).

Wilczyńska, A. (2014). Work-Family Balance of Knowledge Workers In Poland. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 5(22), 292-302.




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