PhDr. Jan Hájek Ph.D.

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Position: Adjunct Lecturer
Field of interest: Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics (E3-E5), International Economics (F4), Financial Economics (G1,G2)
Membership: Former PhD students

Contact

Office: 602
Email: hajek [DOT] ja [AT] gmail [DOT] com
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Personal web pages: https://ideas.repec.org/f/pha999.html
Available: upon request

More information

Assistant

JEM027 - Monetary Economics
JED414 - Quantitative Methods in Macroeconomics and Finance I

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Organisation Memberships

International Network for Economic Research, European Association of Comparative Economic Studies

Education

2014+: PhD., Economics, Charles University
2014: PhDr. (M.Phil. equivalent), Economics, Charles University
2012: ERASMUS Exchange Programme Jönköping International Business School, Jönköping, Sweden
2011-2014: Mgr. (M.A. equivalent), Economics, Charles University
2008-2011: Bc. (B.A. equivalent), Economic Theories, Charles University

Additional Training Courses:
International Monetary Fund, European Central Bank, Bank of Italy, Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey, Czech National Bank, etc.

Job history

Teaching Assistant IES FSV UK:
2017/2018 Quantitative Methods II
2017/2018 Quantitative Methods I
2017/2018 Monetary Economics
2016/2017 Quantitative Methods II
2016/2017 Quantitative Methods I
2016/2017 Monetary Economics
2015/2016 Quantitative Methods II
2015/2016 Quantitative Methods I
2015/2016 Monetary Economics
2014/2015 Quantitative Methods II
2014/2015 Monetary Economics

2014+: Assistant to Editor-in-Chief, IES Working Paper Series, IES Occassional Paper Series
2010-2011: Assistant, Crisis in the Euro Area Subcommitte, National Economic Council (NERV)

Extra activities

Refereeing: Open Economies Review, Czech Journal of Economics and Finance, Ensayos sobre política económica, Czech National Bank Working Papers, IES Working Papers

Awards and prizes

2014: Dean's Award for an excellent Final State Exam performance and for an extraordinarily good master thesis

Topics for supervision

Bachelor theses

Topics in Monetary Economics and Financial Stability (subject to agreement), here are some examples:

1) What is driving the real exchange rate?
2) What is driving the credit cycle?
3) Financial vs business cycles across EU

Master theses

Topics in Monetary Economics and Financial Stability (subject to agreement), here are some examples:

1) What is driving the real exchange rate?
2) What is driving the credit cycle?
3) Financial vs business cycles across EU

Downloadable

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PhD Dissertation
PhD_docs_Hajek

Partners

Deloitte

Sponsors

CRIF
McKinsey
Patria Finance