Michal Stoklosa, MA
Michal Stoklosa received his MA in Economics at University of Warsaw in 2009 and earned a Certificate in Global Tobacco Control at the Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University. He serves as Economist within the International Tobacco Control Research program at the American Cancer Society and is working toward his doctorate in Economics at Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, Georgia State University.
Michal’s research focuses on the economics of tobacco control and covers issues including taxation policy and the global illicit cigarette trade. He has been recognized as an expert in the field and invited to take part in projects funded by, among others, the World Health Organization, European Commission, Bloomberg Philanthropies, World Lung Foundation and the U.S. National Institutes of Health. His research has influenced tobacco control policies adopted in Central and Eastern European countries.
- Levy D, Ross H, Kmeťová A, Kralikova E, Stoklosa M, Blackman K. The Czech Republic SimSmoke: The Effect of Tobacco Control Policies on Smoking Prevalence and Tobacco Attributable Deaths in the Czech Republic. ISRN Public Health. 2012;2012:1–8.
- Ross H, Stoklosa M. Development Assistance for Global Tobacco Control. Tob Control. 2012 Sep;21(5):465-70. Epub 2011 Jun 15.
- Ross H, Stoklosa M, Krasovsky K. Economic and public health impact of 2007-2010 tobacco tax increases in Ukraine. Tob Control. 2011 Jun 14. [Epub ahead of print]