Pavel Doležel

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Position: Ph.D. Candidate
Field of interest: JEL C44, JEL C61, JEL D71, JEL D72 and JEL G32
Membership: European Economic Integration and Economic Policy, PhD Candidates

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Office:
Email: paveldolezel [AT] email [DOT] cz
Phone: 774 110 247
Available: as required

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PhD study

Tutor: prof. RNDr. Ing. František Turnovec CSc.

Studying from: 2007
PhDr examination:
Final exam: 09/2011
Dissertation Proposal defence:
Dissertation defence:

Current work:
Finishing paper "Integer Programming Apportionment in the Lower House of the Czech Parliament". It will be sent to European Journal of Political Economy

Finishing paper "Apportionment in Proportional Electoral Systems Based on Integer Programming". It will be sent to European Journal of Operational Research.

Dissertation topic:
Three Essays on Operations Research in Political Economy

Disertation abstract:
The dissertation thesis consists of three independent articles regarding the operations research methods (especially integer programming methods) used in the area of political economy and public choice theory. Two of the essays deal with the efficiency of weighted voting games as defined by Coleman and the third essay introduces algorithms for biproportional apportionment. The original conribution of the first article is an algorithm estimating the efficiency in big size committees using the Fisher-Snedecor probability distribution and its application to the qualified majority multi-rule voting system used in the Council of EU under the Treaty of Nice and under the Lisbon Treaty. Original contribution of the second essay is the theorem enabling to find the efficiency minima and maxima for a given quota and number of voters and its proof and application. The third essay introduces original algorithms which could be used in the Parliamentary elections and which minimize different disproportionality measures in uni-dimensional apportionment and significantly limit the bi-dimensional apportionment. Comparison to some randomly chosen reference group of common electoral systems is also performed.

Optional courses:

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Education

BSc. in mathematics (Charles University)
MSc. in economic theory (Charles University)
MSc. in mathematics (Charles university)
since 2007 studying Ph.D. in economic theory (Charles University)
BSc. in finance (Masaryk University)
since 2016 studying MSc. in financial management of enterprises at VUT in Brno

Job history

since 2001 cooperation on IPPP ČR projects
since 2001 software business
2005-2007 GE Money Bank-finance
2007-2010 Komerční Banka-scoring
2010-2013 Home Credit International (PPF Group)-portfolio risk management
2013-2015 GE Money Bank-lead portfolio analyst
since 2015 Ernst & Young-manager of credit risk advisory

Extra activities

2007-2008 seminar MICROECONOMICS II (IES FSV UK)
2007-2008 seminar MACROECONOMICS I (IES FSV UK)
2007-2008 seminar MICROECONOMICS I (IES FSV UK)
2007-2008 seminar MACROECONOMICS II (IES FSV UK)
2008-2009 seminar ADVANCED MICROECONOMICS I (IES FSV UK)
2008-2009 seminar Probability and Statistics I
2013-2014 seminar VBA

Topics for supervision

Bachelor theses

Efektivita volebních systémů, analýza volebních systémů, power indexy
Optimalizace v ekonomii, vícerozměrný dopravní problém a jeho použití, kombinatorická optimalizace, Gradient Boosting, Rozhodovací stromy
Řízení kreditních rizik (Basel, IFRS9, scoring, ALLL, CCAR)

Master theses

Efektivita volebních systémů, analýza volebních systémů, power indexy
Optimalizace v ekonomii, vícerozměrný dopravní problém a jeho použití, kombinatorická optimalizace, Gradient Boosting, Rozhodovací stromy
Řízení kreditních rizik (Basel, IFRS9, scoring, ALLL, CCAR)

Downloadable

Dissertation thesis (preliminary version)
ISP
Solution to SUDOKU in Excel (seminar probability and statistics I)

Partners

ČSOB
Deloitte
McKinsey & Company

Sponsors

CRIF