Michał Lewandowski is an assistant professor in the Decision Support and Analysis Unit of the Institute of Econometrics at Warsaw School of Economics. In 2010 he graduated from the European University Institute in Florence receiving a PhD in economics by defending the thesis entitled Risk attitudes and measures of value for risky lotteries. His research focuses on decision-making under conditions of risk, uncertainty and time delay. He is interested in psychologically plausible models of choice that give strong testable predictions, explain robust patterns of observed behaviour while moving away from rationality as little as possible. He teaches and has taught decision theory, game theory, microeconomics, operations research and optimisation methods at bachelor, masters and PhD level. He also works as a consultant in Statistics Poland, developing innovative decomposition methods used to identify sources of regional development as well as conducting professional trainings on data classification and statistical pitfalls.