Matěj Vančura

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Position: Ph.D. Candidate
Field of interest: Institutional economics, history of economic thought
Membership: Institutional Economics, PhD Candidates

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Assistant

JEM006 - Contemporary Economic Theories-WILL BE CANCELLED 1.10.2009

PhD study

Tutor: prof. Ing. Milan Žák CSc.

Studying from: 2007
PhDr examination:
Final exam:
Dissertation Proposal defence:
Dissertation defence:

Current work:

Dissertation topic:
John R. Commons a Karl Polanyi – important transformations of the market society between the world wars and their interpretations in economics.

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Optional courses:

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Education

2007+ PhD student at IES FSV UK (and Paris 1, Pantheon - Sorbonne)
2007 Master diploma at Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
2005 Bachelor diploma at IES FSV UK

Job history

2007 - 2009: teaching assistant at IES FSV UK in the following courses: microeconomics II, history of economic thought, contemporary economic theories, keynesian monetary economics, economics II
2010, winter semester: History of Economic Thought
2011, summer semester: teaching assistant in International Finance
2011, winter semester: History of Economic Thought

Topics for supervision

Term papers

Americký institucionalismus (American Institutionalism) - John R. Commons
Ekonomická historie - hospodářská politika USA a Velká Británie do 30. let 20. stol. (Economic history - economic policy in England and US up to the 1930s)
Německá historická škola (German Historical School) - Max Weber

Bachelor theses

Americký institucionalismus (American Institutionalism) - John R. Commons
Ekonomická historie - hospodářská politika USA a Velká Británie do 30. let 20. stol. (Economic history - economic policy in England and US up to the 1930s)
Německá historická škola (German Historical School) - Max Weber

Master theses

Americký institucionalismus (American Institutionalism) - John R. Commons
Ekonomická historie - hospodářská politika USA a Velká Británie do 30. let 20. stol. (Economic history - economic policy in England and US up to the 1930s)
Německá historická škola (German Historical School) - Max Weber

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Annual evaluation 2012-2013
Individual study plan
ISP 2010
ISP update 2011
ISP update 2013

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