PhDr. Wadim Strielkowski Ph.D.

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Position: lecturer
Field of interest: Economics of migration, Economic Geography, Economics of small and medium enterprises, Agent-based modelling, Environmental Economics, Regional development, Rural development, e-Tourism
Membership: Former pedagogues

Contact

Office: 206a
Email: strielkowski [AT] fsv [DOT] cuni [DOT] cz
Phone: +420603508627
Available: By appointment only (Opletalova 26, 206a)

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CV

Organisation Memberships

1. UACES (The University Association for Contemporary European Studies) 2. AFEE (The Association of Evolutionary Economics)

Education

1997-2000 B.A. (Economics) IES FSV UK

2000-2002 M.A. (European economic
integration) IES FSV UK

2004 PhDr. IES FSV UK

2003-2007 Ph.D. in Economics (Rural Development), National University of Ireland, Galway, ROI
Dissertation: “Factors influencing the success of Polish rural micro-enterprises“

2004-2007 Ph.D. in Economics at IES FSV UK (Charles University in Prague)
Dissertation: “Four Essays on the Economics of Migration”

Job history

I/2003 - VII/2003 manager, Czech Tourist Authority (now called Czechtourism)

2006 - 2009 Research Fellow, the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

2009 - 2010 Development and PR manager, CERGE-EI (www.cerge-ei.cz)

2010 - 2011 Vice-Chancellor, College of Economics and Management Prague (www.vsem.cz)

2005 - lecturer at the IES FSV UK

Extra activities

PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE IN MANAGING PROJECT WORK:

International projects:

2006-2009 ISAAC - Integrated e-services for Advanced Access to heritage in
Cultural Tourist Destinations (FP6-IST-2006-035130). Project manager
and co-PI for the University of Nottingham

2007-2008 IICEE – Intangible Investments in Central Eastern Europe (FP7-Theme 8
Topic SSH-2007-1.1.2). Seniour researcher

2008 MEPOKNOWLEDGE - Measuring Policies and Settings for Knowledge
Production and Economic Growth in Europe (FP7-SSH-2009-A)). Member of preparation team.

2008 SUSDEVIND - Defining sustainable development indicators for
urban renewal, EEA grants.

2007 FP6 project TTSRL – Trans-national Terrorism, Security & the Rule of
Law (FP6-CIT5-2006-029091). Subcontractor (conducting a study on the
economic impact of terrorism).

2003-2006 FP5 project IDARI - Integrated Development of Agricultural and Rural
Institutions (FP5- QLRT-2001-02718). Researcher (data collection,
dissemination, preparing deliverables).

Projects in the Czech Republic:

2009-2010 OPPA (Operational programme Prague Adaptability, ESF). Research
project entitled: “Enhancing quality in the post-doctoral studying programme at CERGE-EI”. Project management, reports, project dissemination

2009-2010 OPVK (Operational programme Education for Competitiveness, ESF).
Research project entitled: “Strengthening international research teams at
Marasyk University in Brno”. Member of project preparation team.

Awards and prizes

2003-2006 EU Commission fellowship (IDARI project)

Topics for supervision

Term papers

1) Economics of Migration (various aspects)

2) Tourism economics (various aspects)

3) Entrepreneurship and innovation, success factors of small and medium enterprises

4) Energy economics (various aspects)

5) Supernatural Economics

Bachelor theses

1) Ukrainian labor migration and remittances in the EU (own dataset collected in collaboration with Prof. Douglas Massey (Princeton University) is available for processing and analysis)

2) Tourism economics: economics of smartphone apps in tourism, mystery and thriller tourism in Prague (see http://www.iztzg.hr/en/publications/tourism/latest_issue/?clanakId=799&brojId=55).

3) Innovation factors influencing the growth of small and medium enterprises (own dataset collected in Southern Moravia region is available for processing and analysis)

4) Energy economics: oil, electricity, natural gas, shale gas, wind & solar power

5) Analysis of unstructured text data (PRISM program, economics of social networks (e.g. Facebook, Twitter))

6) Supernatural Economics (see www.emilywelkins.com and http://supernaturaleconomics.blogspot.com)

7) Economics of public events and festivities (unique questionnaire collected at Burning Man festival is available for processing and analysis)

Master theses

1) Ukrainian labor migration and remittances in the EU (own dataset collected in collaboration with Prof. Douglas Massey (Princeton University) is available for processing and analysis)

2) Tourism economics: economics of smartphone apps in tourism, mystery and thriller tourism in Prague (see http://www.iztzg.hr/en/publications/tourism/latest_issue/?clanakId=799&brojId=55).

3) Innovation factors influencing the growth of small and medium enterprises (own dataset collected in Southern Moravia region is available for processing and analysis)

4) Energy economics: oil, electricity, natural gas, shale gas, wind & solar power

5) Analysis of unstructured text data (PRISM program, economics of social networks (e.g. Facebook, Twitter))

6) Supernatural Economics (see www.emilywelkins.com and http://supernaturaleconomics.blogspot.com)

7) Economics of public events and festivities (unique questionnaire collected at Burning Man festival is available for processing and analysis)

Supervised Bachelor theses

all/awarded: 9/1
Awarded: Bc. Pavlína Jandová

Supervised Master Theses

all/awarded: 9/3
Awarded: Mgr. Blanka Weyskrabová, Mgr. Jan Hněvkovský , Mgr. Ondřej Glazar