PhDr. Simona Malovaná Ph.D.


Position: Adjunct Lecturer
Field of interest: Financial Stability, Monetary Economics, Macroeconomics, Economic Modeling
Membership: External, Macroeconomics and Econometrics


Email: simona [DOT] malovana [AT] gmail [DOT] com
Personal web pages:
Available: by appointment

More information


JEM111 - International Macroeconomics and Finance
JEM027 - Monetary Economics



2014 - 2019: Ph.D., Economics, Charles University in Prague
2014: PhDr. (M.Phil. equivalent), Economics, Charles University in Prague
2012 - 2014: Mgr. (M.A. equivalent), Economic Theory, Charles University in Prague
2009 - 2012: Bc. (B.A. equivalent), Business Economics and Management, Technical University of Ostrava

Job history

1/2017+: Head of Financial Research Unit, Financial Stability Department, Czech National Bank
10/2014-12/2016: Economic Analyst, Financial Stability Department, Czech National Bank

2014/15 WS; 2015/16 WS; 2016/17 WS; 2017/18 WS; 2018/19 WS: Teaching Assistant, JEM027 - Monetary Economics
2014/15 SS; 2015/16 SS; 2016/17 SS: Teaching Assistant, JEM111 - International Macroeconomics
2014/15 WS: Teaching Assistant, JEM143 - New Keynesian DSGE Modeling

Extra activities

Refereeing: CNB Working Paper Series (4), Working Papers IES (1), Economic Modelling (3), Journal of Financial Stability (1)

My reviewer profile:

Awards and prizes

2018: Czech National Bank Economic Research Award for the best working paper
2015: Czech Econometric Society Award - 3rd place in the Competition for the Best Student Paper in Theoretical Economics 2015
2014: Karel Englis Prize by the Czech Economic Society (best economic policy paper)
2014: M.A. with distinction from the Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences for an excellent state-final examination performance and for an extraordinarily good masters diploma thesis

Topics for supervision

Master theses

Any topic from the following areas relevant for central bank decision-making process:
1. developing and refining the methodology for stress tests of the sectors of the financial system,
2. developing instruments for identifying and quantifying hidden systemic risks,
3. analysing the transmission of macroprudential and microprudential instruments,
4. understanding the interactions between macroprudential, microprudential and monetary policies,
5. analyzing risks to financial stability stemming from the low interest rate environment.

Please write your thesis in English and use LaTeX.

Supervised Master Theses

all/awarded: 2/0




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