PhDr. Julie Chytilová Ph.D., Renomia Chair

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Field of interest: Behavioural economics, Experimental economics, Development economics, Formation of other-regarding preferences, Time preferences and self-control, Individual and team decision-making, Discrimination
Membership: Institutional Economics, Internal

Contact

Office: 509
Email: chytilova [AT] fsv [DOT] cuni [DOT] cz
Phone: 222 112 322
Available: by appointment

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Syllabi

Course supervisor

JEB075 - Development Economics
JEB108 - Microeconomics II

Teacher

JEB075 - Development Economics
JEB108 - Microeconomics II

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Education

2007/2008 - Visiting PhD. student at New York University
2004-2009 Ph.D. in economics at the Institute of Economic Studies, Charles University
2002-2004 master degree in economics at the Institute of Economic Studies, Charles University
1999-2002 bachelor degree in economics at the Institute of Economic Studies, Charles University

Job history

PAPERS IN REFEREED JOURNALS
Bauer, M., Cassar, A., Chytilová, J., Henrich, J. (2013). War’s Enduring Effects on Egalitarian Motivations and In-group Biases. Psychological Science, forthcoming.
Bauer, M., Chytilová, J., Pertold-Gebicka, B. (2013). Parental Background and Other-Regarding Preferences in Children. Experimental Economics, forthcoming.
Bauer, M., Chytilová, J., Morduch, J. (2012). Behavioral Foundations of Microcredit: Experimental and Survey Evidence from Rural India. American Economic Review, 102(2), 1118-1139.
Bauer, M., Chytilová, J. (2010). The Impact of Education on Subjective Discount Rate in Ugandan Villages. Economic Development and Cultural Change 58, 643-669.

ON-GOING RESEARCH PROJECTS
Attention Discrimination: Theory and Field Experiments (with V. Bartoš, M. Bauer and F. Matějka). 2013, working paper.
Can deadlines and reminders help the poor to save? Field experiments among socially excluded groups in Eastern Slovakia (with T. Želinský)
Development of cheating among children: Experimental evidence (with V. Korbel)

Awards and prizes

2011 - Neuron Prize for young scientists awarded by Karel Janeček Foundation
2006 - the paper “Does Education Matter in Patience Formation? Evidence from
Ugandan Villages.” was awarded 1. prize of the Czech Economic Association
“Young Economist 2006” for the best economic paper by authors younger than
30.

Topics for supervision

Bachelor theses

Topics related to development economics and behavioral economics (for rules and suggested topics see the file below)

Master theses

Topics related to development economics and behavioral economics (for rules and suggested topics see the file below)

Supervised Bachelor theses

all/awarded: 12/4
Awarded: Bc. Adriána Lelovská, Bc. Karel Pfeffer , Bc. Pavla Břízová, Bc. Václav Korbel

Supervised Master Theses

all/awarded: 3/2
Awarded: Mgr. Marek Pažitka, Mgr. Václav Korbel

Current Ph.D. students

number: 3
PhDr. Václav Korbel , Mgr. Doina Todica , Tomáš Želinský PhD.

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Bachelor and master theses - rules and suggested topics
Curriculum Vitae
IES graduates' earnings