Greg is a foresight consultant for public and private  sectors (incl. Big Four), philosopher, political scientist and civilization theorist. He holds a PhD from Jagiellonian University (philosophy) with a focus on comparative civilizations and organizational complexity; he is also a graduate of London School of Economics (philosophy of science, MSc.), Maastricht University (social sciences, MA.), Jagiellonian University (philosophy, MA.) and Tischner European University (international relations, BA.). He also attended postgraduate studies at Notre Dame University  (USA).

Greg is currently a non-residential fellow at the Polish Economic Institute (Warsaw) and research fellow at War Studies University (Warsaw). His research and analysis focuses on bridging technological, civilizatinal and international trends to form  efficient predictive bundles.

Greg authored or co-authored three books, as well as dozens academic articles and essays. He also authored a few hundred publications on international affairs and popular science in Wprost weekly magazine – the most influential weekly magazine in Poland at the time. He is also a TEDx speaker, co-founder of Institute of Research on Civilizations in Krakow and author of reports in the projects financed by the European Commission (cultural mediation, migration) and the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (collective identity, geopolitics). In 2008 he served as international observer at United Nations Commission on Social Development in New York. Alumnus of Goodenough College (London).

In 2016, together with Piotr Arak he created State Power Index, the first index of state power that measures both soft power and hard power between 1991 and 2016. The index grasps national capabilties of all coutries in the world in 7 dimensions as diverse as economics, culture, diplomacy, militarisation or geography. He is currently conducting research in the field of comparative civilizations theory.  His essays were translated into 6 languages.

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