doc. PhDr. Martin Gregor, Ph.D.

doc. PhDr. Martin Gregor, Ph.D.


  • Advisory Council of the Dean
  • Department of European Economic Integration and Economic Policy

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Telephone: +420 222 112 306


Rooms: No. O107, Opletalova 26

ResearchID: A-6295-2008

Scopus Author ID: 7005776276

ORCID ID: 0000-0002-7657-724X


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Martin Gregor is a microeconomist interested in corporate finance, corporate governance, organizational economics, and accounting and economics. His papers have been cited, among others, in top journals in Finance (Review of Financial Studies), Management (Management Science), Accounting (Journal of Accounting Research), and Political Science (Americal Political Science Review).


2007 PhD in Economics, Charles University
2003 MA in Economics, Charles University
2002 MA (and PhDr) in Political Science, Charles University

Work experience

2016+ Associate Professor in Economics, Charles University
2010+ Director, Institute of Economic Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University
2007-10 Deputy Director, Institute of Economic Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University
2007-16 Assistant Professor in Economics, Charles University
2005-08 Junior Lecturer, Faculty of Economics and Public Administration, Prague University of Economics and Business

2005 Karel Engliš Award
2004 Alumni Award
2002 Bolzano Prize

JEM013 - Game Theory
JEB064 - Game Theory and Applications

I will happily supervise undergraduate and Master theses in economics and finance in the following broad areas:

  • applied microeconomic theory: information economics, especially currently active topics in information economics (markets with expertise, advisors, Bayesian persuasion, information design, strategic communication)
  • management and governance: decision-making in corporations and organizations and agency issues (contracting, decentralization, delegation, communication, voting, committees, performance schemes), including models of economic policy-making
  • corporate finance: corporate governance (boards, executive networks, proxy advisors, shareholder voting, shareholder coalitions, shareholder heterogeneity especially with respect to ESG, ownership structures, large and minority shareholders), financial contracting (esp. venture capital and private equity), selected topics in accounting and economics (reporting and governance, ratings)
  • political finance: corporate lobbying, political connections
  • industrial organization: certifications, CSR, topics in digital IO

I am working as an applied theorist but I am happy to supervise empirical projects as long as the research design is specified well. I am supervising only theses written in English.

Principal Investigator: Czech Science Foundation 20-03517S, Individual characteristics of corporate boards directors and corporate outcomes

applied microeconomic theory, corporate governance and corporate finance, organizational economics and management, political economy