Hanna graduated Suma cum laude from the Warsaw School of Economics studying economics and Warsaw University studying Philosophy. In 2007, Hanna received her Ph.D. in Economics from Northwestern University. Her dissertation was titled Unraveling in Two-Sided Matching and Similarity of Agents’ Preferences.
From 2007-2012. Hanna was an Assistant Professor at the Harvard Business School. She has been a Senior Economist at the Bank of Canada since 2012 and is a Visiting Associate Professor at the NYU Stern School of Business. For the Bank of Canada, Hanna is a game theorist whose primary research interests focus on two-sided markets, platform competition and the impact of technology on firms’ strategy.
Hanna is the author of "Digital currencies: Beyond Bitcoin", "Can We Predict the Winner in a Market with Network Effects? Competition in Cryptocurrency Market", "Economics of Private Digital Currency", "Central Bank Digital Currencies"
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