Open Economic Lectures

Posted on 2023-03-17

On 21 March 2023, we invite you to an open lecture by Associate Professor . Iwona Sobol “Islamic Banking as an Example of Religious Banking”.

What is Islamic Banking? On what principles is it based? How is it different from conventional banking? When were the first Islamic banks established? What factors contributed to their development? In which countries are the assets of Islamic banks the largest? Are there any countries where only this type of banking functions? How do Islamic banks make money?

The series of meetings with economics is intended to deepen knowledge in the field of economics and various problems that are described and solved in the framework of economic sciences.

Open Economic Lectures can be a source of inspiration in searching for your career path, based on reliable knowledge about the world around us and the socio-economic system in which we live.

Lectures will focus on macro- and microeconomic issues, economic policy, financial markets, corporate finance, entrepreneurship and management, as well as general socio-economic problems of the contemporary world.

Open Economic Lectures are conducted by experienced academic lecturers who often combine their scientific and didactic work at the Faculty of Economics with economic practice and involvement in various organizations, institutions and events related to the promotion of economic knowledge, including thematic olympics.

If you want to know more about economics - sign up for Open Economic Lectures at the Faculty of Economics UG. The order of applications counts.

See you in Sopot!

Faculty of Economics,
University of Gdańsk,
ul. Armii Krajowej 119/121, Sopot

Contact and registration:, tel. 58 523-12-21
Lectures take place on selected Tuesdays from 17:30-19:00.