Mgr. Luboš Hanus

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Position: Ph.D. candidate
Field of interest: Time-Series Models, Econometrics, Financial Economics, Business Fluctuations; Cycles
Membership: Finance and Capital Markets, PhD Candidates

Contact

Office: IES 602
Email: lubos.hanus@fsv.cuni.cz
Phone: +420 605 912 913
Personal web pages: http://ies.fsv.cuni.cz/cs/staff/hanusl
Available: Upon request

More information

Assistant

JEM061 - Quantitative Finance II
JEB105 - Statistics

PhD study

Tutor: Mgr. Lukáš Vácha Ph.D.

Studying from: 2014
PhDr examination:
Final exam:
Dissertation Proposal defence: expected in 2018
Dissertation defence: expected in 2018

Current work:
- Impulse transfer functions in frequency domain

Dissertation topic:
Time-varying models in economics: time-frequency approach

Disertation abstract:

Optional courses:
WS 2017/2018: JED412 - Nonlinear Dynamic Economic Systems: Theory and Applications
SS 2016/2017: JED413 - Nonlinear Dynamic Economic Systems: Theory and Applications
WS 2016/2017: JED412 - Nonlinear Dynamic Economic Systems: Theory and Applications
SS 2015/2016: JED413 - Nonlinear Dynamic Economic Systems: Theory and Applications
WS 2015/2016: JED412 - Nonlinear Dynamic Economic Systems: Theory and Applications
SS 2014/2015: JED413 - Nonlinear Dynamic Economic Systems: Theory and Applications
WS 2014/2015: JED412 - Nonlinear Dynamic Economic Systems: Theory and Applications

CV

Organisation Memberships

DYME – Dynamic Models in Economics (Excellence Project of GAČR)

Education

08-09/2015 - A visiting scholar at the University of Maryland, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, College Park

2014+: Ph.D. candidate, Economics, IES FSV UK
2012 - 2014: Mgr. in Economics, IES FSV UK
Fall 2013: Visiting student at Paris School of Economics (PSE), EHESS Paris
2008 - 2012: Bc. in Economics, IES FSV UK
Fall 2011: Erasmus Exchange Program, ESC - Graduate School of Management, Montpellier, France

Job history

Teaching assistantship (IES):
WS 2017/2018 - Statistics
SS 2016/2017 - Quantitative Finance II, Introductory Statistics
WS 2016/2017 - Statistics
SS 2015/2016 - Quantitative Finance II, Introductory Statistics
WS 2015/2016 - Statistics
SS 2014/2015 - Quantitative Finance II
WS 2014/2015 - Advanced Macroeconomics

2016+: GEMCLIME project administrator
2014+: ECOCEP project administrator

Extra activities

Referee: Empirical Economics (2), Journal of Economic Interaction and Coordination (1)

Topics for supervision

Bachelor theses

For bachelor students, I am open to any topic concerning an empirical application of theoretical problems in current economics.

Further, I welcome topics in my research interest:
- applied macroeconomics,
- empirical time-series analysis.

Supervised Bachelor theses

all/awarded: 1/0
Awarded:

Downloadable

ISP Update
ISP_2014

Partners

ČSOB
Deloitte
McKinsey & Company

Sponsors

CRIF