Mgr. Milan Ščasný PhD.

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Position: Research Fellow
Field of interest: environmental economics behavioral economics health risk valuation non-market valuation
Membership: External, Microeconomics and Mathematical Methods

Contact

Office: Jose Martiho 2
Email: milan [DOT] scasny [AT] czp [DOT] cuni [DOT] cz
Phone: (+420) 220 199 477
Personal web pages: http://www.czp.cuni.cz/czp/index.php/cz/pracovnici-kontakty/10-mgr-milan-scasny-ph-d
Available: any time after prior consultation by email

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Syllabi

Course supervisor

JEM115 - Environmental Economics and Consumer Preferences

Teacher

JEM115 - Environmental Economics and Consumer Preferences

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Organisation Memberships

Association of Environmental and Natural Resource Economists (EAERE) - country representative for the Czech Republic, 2003-2013 International Energy Economics Association (IEEA), 2013

Education

1994 Bc., economics
1997 MSc., economics
2006 PhD., economic theory

Job history

2001 on - Senior Research Fellow; Head of the Environmental Economics and Sociology Unit, Charles University Prague, Environment Center
2009 on - CASE Affiliate
2008-2009 - external collaborator in OECD “Household Behaviour and Environmental Policy”
2004 on – course on Environmental Economics at Institute of Economic Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague.
2008 on – course on Welfare Measurement at Institute of Economic Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague.
2001-2010 - terminal course on Environmental Economics at Dept. of Social and Culture Ecology, Faculty of Humanities, Charles University, Prague

Extra activities

GACR Panel 402 Economics, Econometrics and Quantitative Methods in Economics, member of Panel, 2013-2014
EAERE-2012 - Co-Chair of Scientific Programme Committee, Chair of Local Organisation Committee

Referee for a peer-reviewed journals:
Czech Journal of Economics and Finance
Ecological Economics
Environmental and Resource Economics
Energy policy
Forest Policy and Economics
Journal of Agricultural Economics
Value in Health
The Environmental Health

Awards and prizes

1997 - Vavrousek Prize, diplomas category

Topics for supervision

Term papers

Topics for bachelor, master and PhD theses:

Household consumption and residential demand (food, water, energy, transport, labelled goods such as organic food, including energy efficiency)

Distributional aspects and inequalities (micro-simulation of pricing and tax policy effect, inequality indexes)

Health benefit valuation (morbidity, premature mortality, fertility, development, WTP vs. QALY)

Non-market valuation (hedonic pricing, contingent valuation, disceret choice experiments)

Economic and environmental impacts of policy

Environmental economics

Bachelor theses

Topics for bachelor, master and PhD theses:

Household consumption and residential demand (food, water, energy, transport, labelled goods such as organic food, including energy efficiency)

Distributional aspects and inequalities (micro-simulation of pricing and tax policy effect, inequality indexes)

Health benefit valuation (morbidity, premature mortality, fertility, development, WTP vs. QALY)

Non-market valuation (hedonic pricing, contingent valuation, disceret choice experiments)

Economic and environmental impacts of policy

Environmental economics

Master theses

Topics for bachelor, master and PhD theses:

Household consumption and residential demand (food, water, energy, transport, labelled goods such as organic food, including energy efficiency)

Distributional aspects and inequalities (micro-simulation of pricing and tax policy effect, inequality indexes)

Health benefit valuation (morbidity, premature mortality, fertility, development, WTP vs. QALY)

Non-market valuation (hedonic pricing, contingent valuation, disceret choice experiments)

Economic and environmental impacts of policy

Environmental economics

Supervised Bachelor theses

all/awarded: 11/7
Awarded: Bc. Eva Brabcová, Bc. Matěj Bajgar, Bc. Petr Kratochvíl , Bc. Petra Kolouchová, Bc. Šarlota Smutná, Bc. Stela Rubínová, Bc. Tomáš Brzobohatý

Supervised Master Theses

all/awarded: 13/3
Awarded: Mgr. Jan Bízek, Mgr. Lukáš Rečka, Mgr. Markéta Řízková

Current Ph.D. students

number: 6
Olha Khymych , Mgr. Jan Kvaček , Mgr. Lukáš Rečka , Ing. Mgr. Šarlota Smutná, MSc., PhDr. Ludmila Stakhovych , Mgr. Abeba Nigussie Turi

Partners

ČSOB
Deloitte
McKinsey & Company

Sponsors

CRIF