Mgr. Jan Žáček

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Position: Junior Researcher
Field of interest: Macroeconomics, Monetary Economics
Membership: Center for Doctoral Studies, Internal, Macroeconomics and Econometrics, PhD Candidates

Contact

Office: 602
Email: jan [DOT] zacek [AT] fsv [DOT] cuni [DOT] cz
Phone:
Available: upon request, please write me an email

More information

Assistant

JEM004 - Advanced Macroeconomics
JEM111 - International Macroeconomics

PhD study

Tutor: doc. Mgr. Tomáš Holub Ph.D.

Studying from: 2016
PhDr examination:
Final exam:
Dissertation Proposal defence: 11/2019 (expected)
Dissertation defence: 05/2020 (expected)

Current work:
Alternative monetary policy rules in a small open economy in the light of the recent financial crisis
– Currently working on a small open economy DSGE model with banking sector and financial frictions.

Dissertation topic:
Three essays on inflation targeting

Disertation abstract:
Please see my Individual study plan in the section "downloadable".

Optional courses:
2017/2018 WS: JED414 Quantitative methods I
2016/2017 SS: JED415 Quantitative methods II
2016/2017 WS: JED414 Quantitative methods I

CV

Organisation Memberships

Česká společnost ekonomická

Education

10/2016 – present: Ph.D. in economics, IES FSV UK
10/2014 – 06/2016: Mgr. (MSc. equivalent) in economics, IES FSV UK
10/2011 – 06/2014: Bc. (BSc. equivalent) in economics, IES FSV UK

Job history

12/2016 – present: Expert analyst, Office of the Government of the Czech Republic
10/2016 – present: Junior researcher, IES FSV UK
10/2016 – present: Member of the Centre for doctoral studies, IES FSV UK
02/2015 – present: Teaching assistant, IES FSV UK and ISS FSV UK

Teaching assistantship
2017/2018 WS: JEM004 Advanced macroeconomics (IES)
2016/2017 SS: JEM111 International macroeconomics (IES)
2016/2017 WS: JEM004 Advanced macroeconomics (IES), JSB536 Introduction to logic and mathematics (ISS)
2015/2016 SS: JSB035 Introduction to logic and mathematics (ISS)
2015/2016 WS: JSB017 Statistics I (ISS)
2014/2015 SS: JSB035 Introduction to logic and mathematics (ISS)

Awards and prizes

11/2016: Karel Engliš Prize of the Czech Economic Society
06/2016: graduated from the university summa cum laude
06/2014: distinction from the Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences for an excellent state-final examination performance

Topics for supervision

Bachelor theses

Topics related to macroeconomics and monetary economics investigated by DSGE models, such as empirical research questions focused on inflation targeting. Students are welcome to specify the topic on their own. Only theses written in English and LaTeX are to be supervised.

Master theses

Topics related to macroeconomics and monetary economics investigated by DSGE models, such as theoretical or empirical research questions focused on inflation targeting. Students are welcome to specify the topic on their own. Only theses written in English and LaTeX are to be supervised.

Downloadable

Individual study plan

Partners

ČSOB
Deloitte
McKinsey & Company

Sponsors

CRIF