Témata magisterských prací

MSc. Shahriyar Aliyev
Unconventional Monetary Policy, Economic Growth, International Trade and Fiscal Policy.

PhDr. Lucie Bryndová
Any topic from the health economics field In cooperation with CZEM members: 1/ Efektivita hospitalizačních případů a strukturální ukazatele / Efficiency of hospital cases and structural indicators 2/ Standardizace hospitalizační péče a její efektivita / Efficiency of hospital care standardisation

Matěj Bajgar M.Sc., DPhil.
I am happy to supervise empirical theses in the fields of industrial organisation, innovation economics and international trade. Do not hesitate to get in touch if you have an idea for a topic that falls within these fields. Some general themes - Business dynamism: firm entry and exit, job creation, job reallocation - Firm-level drivers of aggregate productivity growth - Competition, mark-ups, profitability, industry concentration - Monopsony, labour market concentration, buyer concentration - Impact of public funding for science, technology and innovation Some more specific topics - Estimating the impact of the electronic sales registry (EET) on firm exit - Estimating the publication impact of scientific grants by the Czech Health Research Council (regression discontinuity design) - Impact of R&D grants for firms on innovation - Impacts of within-route railway competition: Case of the Czech Republic I strongly encourage you to write your thesis in English.

MSc. Fisnik Bajrami
Topics on the fields of macroeconomics, Monetary Policy, Exchange Rate Impact, Macroprudential Policy

Mgr. Josef Bajzík
As a PhD candidate, I am primarily supervising Bachelor theses. You are encouraged to select your Master thesis supervisor from the current IES faculty. If you still want me to supervise your Master thesis, get in touch with me via email. Jako doktorand primárně vedu bakalářské práce. Jako vedoucího své diplomové práce si prosím volte především interní členy IES. V případě trvajícího zájmu o vedení Vaší diplomové práce mě prosím kontaktujte emailem.

doc. PhDr. Jozef Baruník Ph.D.
My research interest is in the development of mathematical models for understanding financial problems (such as measuring and managing financial risk), statistical methods and analyzis of financial data. Especially, topics in Asset pricing High-Frequency Data in Finance Financial econometrics Time Series Econometrics of Financial Markets Machine learning, Artificial Intelligence, Neural Networks Quantile Models Nonparametric Data Analysis High-dimensional financial data sets (big data) Frequency domain econometrics (cyclical properties and behavior of economic variables).

PhDr. Jaromír Baxa Ph.D.
If you wish to write a diploma thesis with me, don't hesitate to stop by. Currently, I'm increasingly interested in EU policies, inflation dynamics, fiscal consolidations, fiscal and monetary policies. Some topics I offer can be quite simple but there are some that can be more challenging. More specifically: Explaining asymmetric developments in the euro area How long does it take until the positive effects of structural reforms do materialize? Current account dynamics and euro area differences Bond spreads of the EU member states. Are fundamentals enough to explain their dynamics? New fiscal rules in the EU. Will they work? Bond spreads and nonlinear models. Is there any evidence of switching behavior? Which variables cause switching? Bond spreads and fiscal consolidations: When does the fiscal effort pays off? Event studies: evaluating the effects of announcements of yet another austerity programme during the Great Recession. Fiscal space: Shall we include private debts in calculations? Issues in fiscal rules. What explains different duration of the Great Recession across countries? Reaction functions of various central banks in Great Recession Identification of equilibrium exchange rates Topics in economic growth (inequality, indebtedness, human capital) Topics in economic history (20th century preferably, I'm mostly interested in the interplay between economic theory, economic policy and vice versa) etc.

Levan Bezhanishvili M.A., MSc.
As a PhD candidate, I am primarily supervising Bachelor theses. You are encouraged to select your Master thesis supervisor from the current IES faculty. If you still want me to supervise your Master thesis, get in touch with me via email.

Mgr. Božena Bobková
Gravity equation, its estimation and application. DSGE models. Moreover, I am open to any interesting application of econometrics (especially for crossectional and panel data).

Mgr. Ing. Kseniya Bortnikova
As a PhD candidate, I am primarily supervising Bachelor theses. You are encouraged to select your Master thesis supervisor from the current IES faculty. If you still want me to supervise your Master thesis, get in touch with me via email.

Nino Buliskeria
As a PhD candidate, I am primarily supervising Bachelor theses. You are encouraged to select your Master thesis supervisor from the current IES faculty. If you still want me to supervise your Master thesis, get in touch with me via email. Jako doktorand primárně vedu bakalářské práce. Jako vedoucího své diplomové práce si prosím volte především interní členy IES. V případě trvajícího zájmu o vedení Vaší diplomové práce mě prosím kontaktujte emailem.

doc. Ing. Tomáš Cahlík CSc.
Please look into the SIS

Mgr. Kristýna Čechová
Topics on labor market policies and generally on impact estimation

RNDr. Michal Červinka Ph.D.
I will provide details to available topics during my office hours.

Mgr. Martin Čovan
Applied econometrics, Finance - financial markets, financial stability, regulation, prediction models, asset pricing, risk management

prof. Ing. Oldřich Dědek CSc.
Témata související s problematikou eura a evropské integrace

doc. PhDr. Ing. Antonie Doležalová Ph.D.
History of Economic Thought (Figures and Topics; Economics in Exile) Economic History (Fiscal Policy, Monetary Policy, Film Industry in Czechoslovakia; Taxation, Multinationals, Socialist Economy, Quantitative Approach)

Mgr. Evgeniya Dubinina
As a PhD candidate, I am primarily supervising Bachelor theses. You are encouraged to select your Master thesis supervisor from the current IES faculty. If you still want me to supervise your Master thesis, get in touch with me via email. Please have a look at my field of interest to see whether we have shared research interests.

Mgr. Lenka Dvořáková Švejdová
Behaviorální finance, finanční trhy, IPO

Ali Elminejad
As a Ph.D. candidate, I primarily supervise Bachelor theses. You are encouraged to select your Master thesis supervisor from the current IES faculty. If you still want me to supervise your Master's thesis, contact me via email.

PhDr. František Čech Ph.D.
Applied Financial Econometrics - multivariate volatility modelling Applied Financial Econometrics - volatility modelling Currently supervising: Zhang Haiying: The empirical research of cross listed stocks: The case of AH shares

PhDr. Kamila Fialová
Viz bakalářská témata + vyšší nároky na zpracování.

Ing. Boris Fišera PhD.
Empirical investigations in the topics related to international macroeconomics, monetary policy, income inequality and international illicit financial flows. More specifically: Macroeconomic effects of exchange rate movements Equilibrium exchange rate models Determinants of economic growth Transmission of monetary policy Relationship of monetary policy and income inequality Relationship of exchange rate and illicit financial flows

doc. Ing. Vladislav Flek CSc.

Mgr. Milan Frydrych
Topics related to economic growth, especially empirical applications are welcome.

Bathusi Gabanatlhong MSc
I will be happy to supervise any dissertation related to Public Finance and Development Economics. Please feel free to contact me.

Mgr. Barbara Pertold-Gebicka M.A., Ph.D.
Students interested in writing an empirical thesis are invited to contact me by e-mail in order to discuss specific topics. Below I present some general inspirations: (1) Applied topics using econometric analysis - analysis of crime level/ happiness/ public spendings (e.g. measuring the local effects of amnesty) etc. - estimation of demand elasticity - influence of institutions on country performance - etc. (2) Labor economics -Measuring and explaining the extent of occupation gender segregation -Experimental investigation of discrimination of mothers in the labor market - studies using the European Union Labour Force Survey microdata or the Structure of Earnings and Living Conditions microdata (analyzing unemployment duration, occupational sorting, marriage patterns, fertility, happiness, political preferences etc.) - discrimination in the labor market (gender/racial) - regional differences in employment structure (are there typically "female" regions? are there typically "uneducated" regions?) - influence of labor market institutions (e.g. minimum wage settings, employment protection legislation) on unemployment - etc. (4) Economics of education - modeling educational choices of Czech youth - analyzing cross-country differences in educational attainment - etc. (3) Family economics - Estimation of the optimal length of maternity leave - Experimental investigation of discrimination of mothers in the labor market - female employment across European countries - does institutional setup matter? - division of work within families - etc.

doc. PhDr. Adam Geršl Ph.D.
Explaining credit developments in emerging markets Sustainable credit levels in emerging markets FX lending and credit cycle Cross-border bank lending to emerging markets: do banks arbitrage away national prudential policies? Has banking supervision and regulation become better after the global financial crisis? Assessing the soundness of banking systems Macroprudential policy, its instruments and their calibration Communication of stress test results by central banks Communication of macroprudential policy Macroprudential policymaking: an institutional view Optimal macroprudential policy in a currency union Exploring the link between credit risk and loan-to-value/debt-service-to-income ratios Early warning systems for emerging markets

doc. PhDr. Martin Gregor Ph.D.
I will happily supervise undergraduate and Master theses in economics and finance in the following broad areas: • applied microeconomic theory: information economics, especially currently active topics in information economics (markets with expertise, advisors, Bayesian persuasion, information design, strategic communication) • management and governance: decision-making in corporations and organizations and agency issues (contracting, decentralization, delegation, communication, voting, committees, performance schemes), including models of economic policy-making • corporate finance: corporate governance (boards, executive networks, proxy advisors, shareholder voting, shareholder coalitions, shareholder heterogeneity especially with respect to ESG, ownership structures, large and minority shareholders), financial contracting (esp. venture capital and private equity), selected topics in accounting and economics (reporting and governance, ratings) • political finance: corporate lobbying, political connections • industrial organization: certifications, CSR, topics in digital IO I am working as an applied theorist but I am happy to supervise empirical projects as long as the research design is credible enough.

PhDr. Lenka Šťastná Ph.D.
Topics from following fields are welcome: Efficiency analysis (DEA, SFA, FDH) Local public finance Spatial economics

Mgr. Luboš Hanus
I am open to any topic concerning an empirical application of theoretical problems in current economics. I welcome topics in my research interest: - applied macroeconomics, - empirical time-series analysis, - machine learning in finance

prof. PhDr. Tomáš Havránek Ph.D.
Please write your thesis in English and use LaTeX. For current topics see the Student Information System, but I also welcome your own topics in meta-analysis (especially publication bias), international economics (trade and FDI), monetary economics (transmission of monetary policy shocks), and energy economics (demand for energy and issues related to social cost of carbon). Send me your grade point average from bachelor and master studies.

If you are interested in meta-analysis, please first look at my recent papers on the topic:

PhDr. Michal Hlaváček Ph.D.
Determinanty růstu cen rezidenčních nemovitostí v zemích CEEC; ekonometrické modelování (více možných sub témat- role deregulace, income effect, provázanost s růstem úvěrů na bydlení....) Vyhodnocení úspěšnosti inflačního cílení v ČR Inflační cílení coby nástroj disinflace (mezinárodní studie) Odhady fiskálních multiplikátorů pro různé typy výdajů a daní +jakékoli téma po domluvě

doc. Mgr. Tomáš Holub Ph.D.
see SIS

prof. Roman Horváth Ph.D.
Empirical investigations in the following broadly defined areas are welcomed. 1) Central banking 2) Financial stability 3) Financial development 4) Natural resource curse 5) Wealth inequality More specific suggestions I am willing to supervise are listed below: What determines financial inclusion around the globe? Does financial development promote growth only in countries with high quality institutions? Can macroprudential policies curb house price booms? International evidence Financial development and wealth inequality: Panel data evidence Natural catastrophes and access to finance

Mgr. Martin Hronec
I welcome any topic related to the field of empirical asset pricing, portfolio selection or machine learning (in case of interesting datasets). Only theses written in English and LaTeX are to be supervised. As a PhD candidate, I am primarily supervising Bachelor theses. You are encouraged to select your Master thesis supervisor from the current IES faculty. If you still want me to supervise your Master thesis, get in touch with me via email.

Mgr. Kateřina Chadimová
As a PhD candidate, I am primarily supervising Bachelor theses. You are encouraged to select your Master thesis supervisor from the current IES faculty. If you still want me to supervise your Master thesis, get in touch with me via email.

PhDr. Mgr. Jana Gutiérrez Chvalkovská
1) Regulatory Impact Assessment in the Czech Republic and in the EU 2) Public Procurement in the Czech Republic – critical analysis of the tendering mechanisms 3) Economic evaluation of regulatory acts (e.g. Insolvency Act, Public Procurement Act, etc.)

doc. PhDr. Julie Chytilová Ph.D.
Topics in applied microeconomics (for guidelines and suggested topics see the file attached at the bottom of this webpage)

M.Sc. Tersoo David Iorngurum
As a PhD candidate, I am primarily supervising Bachelor theses. You are encouraged to select your Master thesis supervisor from the current IES faculty. If you still want me to supervise your Master thesis, please get in touch with me via email.



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