Ing. Boris Fišera PhD.

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Position: Ph.D. Candidate
Field of interest: International Finance, Monetary Policy, Financial Institutions
Membership: Macroeconomics and Econometrics, PhD Candidates

Contact

Office:
Email: 97650463 [AT] fsv [DOT] cuni [DOT] cz
Phone:
Available: by appointment

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PhD study

Tutor: prof. Roman Horváth Ph.D.

Studying from: 2019
PhDr examination:
Final exam:
Dissertation Proposal defence:
Dissertation defence:

Current work:

Dissertation topic:
Empirical Essays on Monetary Policy and Income Inequality

Disertation abstract:

Optional courses:

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Organisation Memberships

Slovak Economic Association

Education

2019+: Ph.D.; Economics and Finance; Charles University in Prague
2018 - 2021: PhD.; Banking and Finance; University of Economics in Bratislava
2016 - 2018: Ing. (M.A. equivalent); Banking; University of Economics in Bratislava
2013 - 2016: Bc. (B.A. equivalent); Finance, Banking and Investment; University of Economics in Bratislava

Job history

2019+: Researcher; Institute of Economic Research, Slovak Academy of Sciences
2022+: External Lecturer: FHWien der WKW

Extra activities

Refereeing: Czech Journal of Economics and Finance, Eastern European Economics, International Economics, Ekonomicky casopis

Awards and prizes

2021: National Bank of Slovakia Governor's Award (winner) - An award for outstanding dissertation thesis in economics

Topics for supervision

Bachelor theses

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

Master theses

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

Partners

Deloitte

Sponsors

CRIF
McKinsey
Patria Finance
Česká Spořitelna
EY