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
Email: strielkowski [AT] fsv [DOT] cuni [DOT] cz
Available: By appointment only (Opletalova 26, 206a)
1. UACES (The University Association for Contemporary European Studies) 2. AFEE (The Association of Evolutionary Economics)
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”
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
PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE IN MANAGING PROJECT WORK:
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
Supervised Bachelor theses
Awarded: Bc. Pavlína Jandová