Mgr. Lucie Kraicová
Applied Financial Econometrics-Wavelets in finance
Mgr. Tomáš Křehlík M.A., Ph.D.
For bachelor theses, I suggest applied econometric problems or introductory empirical finance problems. These problems, in my opinion, familiarize students best with concepts of modern economic science: empirical validation of theoretical models.
prof. PhDr. Ladislav Krištoufek Ph.D.
Please see Diploma theses section.
PhDr. Martin Kubíček FRM
Any topic concerning risk management, modeling and BASEL II framework is welcome.
Mgr. Matěj Kuc
Topics on banking performance, cooperative banking or impact of distinct ownership models on financial institutions behaviour are welcomed.
Mgr. Ing. Adam Kučera Ph.D.
Interest rate modeling Macro-finance modeling Dynamic Nelson Siegel framework Affine Gaussian term structure model Insurance stress testing Investment fund sector stress testing
PhDr. Zdeněk Kudrna PhD.
Financial market regulation in EU Regulatory reforms of financial markets in advanced and emerging markets Varieties of capitalism in old and new EU Member States
PhDr. Jiří Kukačka Ph.D.
Students are welcome to contact me via email and consult the supervision of Bachelor theses related to fields of my research interest. Maximum load of supervised bachelor theses is around 2 for 2020/2021: - topics on Heterogeneous Agent Modelling in finance, e.g. sensitivity analysis of HAMs, see a video about the HAM topic - sensitivity analysis (potentially estimation) of a simple Macroeconomic Agent-Based Model, see a video about the MABM topic, read a nice paper here - topics on Agent-Based Modelling in economics and finance, for motivation read a nice article here, implementation/extension and analysis of a simple model in NetLogo. Example: A simple financial market with zero intelligence agents, see textbook (download it here) for more inspiration - extending theoretical (microeconomic) models into discrete agent-based domain. Do both result in the same findings? Examples: Cournot oligopoly with simple learning, Cartels, implementation in NetLogo, see textbook (download it here) for more inspiration - topics on Behavioral Finance, empirical or simulation-based approach, see videos about the BF topic here and here, and read about interesting behavioural patterns and anomalies here. Currently supervised Bachelor theses: Eric Zila: Application of Machine Learning to the Simulated Method of Moments in Financial Agent-Based Models Estimation Jaroslav Maca: Herd Behaviour in Financial Markets: Evidence from the Technology Sector
Mgr. Petra Landovská
Students may come up with their own idea on topic in Health Economics, or we can discuss together.
PhDr. Jitka Lešanovská
Úrokové marže bankovních úvěr v průběhu hospodářského cyklu Banks' Interest Margins over the Business Cycle Vysvětlení rozdílné ziskovosti dceřiných bank v zemích střední a východní Evropy Explaining Differences in Profitability of Subsidiaries in CEE Countries
Natalia Li M.A., MSc.
I'll be interested to discuss topics on Development Economics and Public Finance (in English)
PhDr. Petra Luňáčková Ph.D.
Topics closely related to electricity markets or competition policy and regulation, possibly network industries (electricity), general suggestions follow (in Czech or in English): Electricity auctions The history of the Czech electricty market liberalization Electricity market regulation
Fast growing economies and the globalization of research Globalization of academic journals and citations attractiveness
Ing. Mgr. Barbora Štěpánková (Máková) M.A.
Topics on credit risk
Mgr. Barbora Malinská
Topics on financial econometrics are welcome
Mgr. Tereza Palanská M.A.
I suggest any topic regarding transfer pricing, base erosion, and profit shifting. Or any topic in the field of applied econometrics.
Mgr. Jan Mareš, Ph.D.
I welcome topics in macroeconomics, economic policy, and economic growth.
Ing. Aleš Maršál M.A.
Contribution to macro-finance literature Applications in Quantitative Macroeconomics: RBC & New Keynesian DSGE models Financial Economics: Consumption based asset pricing High frequency trading: algorithmic trading - ZIP60, adaptive aggressiveness algo...
Ing. Monika Martišková
Effects of the European regional policy on the new member states (EU12) Other topics from European regional economics Labour markets of CEE countries
Generally, I welcome topics regarding monetary policy, especially at its intersections with financial markets. Both empirical and theoretical contributions are welcome. Some ideas here: Can Monetary Policy Create and Pop Asset Price Bubbles? Signalling Channel of Monetary Policy. An empirical evaluation. Disaggregating Monetary Transmission - what drives the speed and strength of pass-through from policy to client interest rates? Excess Liquidity and Monetary Policy Strategy - Does It Make any Change? You can also think how to improve our work here: http://ies.fsv.cuni.cz/cs/node/372 possibly using network/graph theory illustrating the cross-country spillovers of systemic stress
Mgr. Jindřich Matoušek
Behavioral and experimetal economics - general topics; collusion; combinatorial auctions Academic year 2018/2019: Lubomír Janšta: "What makes children feel good about their work?" Academic year 2015/2016: Petr Žofák: "Preference Reversals Due to Social Feedback: Asymmetric Dominance Effect"
† prof. Ing. Michal Mejstřík CSc.
see also topics for Master theses
PhDr. Tomáš Merkner
Demoverze učebnice makroekonomie - Keynesiánská ekonomie
doc. Ing. Pavel Mertlík CSc.
Topics in Institutional Economics, Economic Policy, and Post Keynesian Economics (subject to agreement)
PhDr. Jakub Mikolášek
Telecommunication Market -prepaid & postpaid development -market strategies -international comparison Alcohol -microeconomic modelling -optimal taxation
Mgr. Vojtěch Mišák
Topics related to Law and Economics, Economics of crime or Applied microeconomics are welcomed. I am happy to share a detailed database of crime/crime investigation for the purpose of a bachelor thesis.
prof. Ing. Lubomír Mlčoch CSc.
1. Ekonomie a štěstí 2. Ekonomie rodiny
PhDr. Jiří Mlynář
any from the above indicated fields upon previous agreement
Mgr. Vojtěch Molnár
Any topic related to monetary policy. Focus on monetary policy regimes, unconventional monetary policy or role of inflation expectations is especially welcomed. Topics from other areas of macroeconomics are also possible upon agreement.
Ing. Michala Moravcová
Students are welcome to contact me via email and consult the supervision of Bachelor theses related to fields of my research interest. Monetary policy, Financial markets - general topics, Fundamental analysis, Technical analysis. Please see my fields of interest on the top of this web page Suggested topics: The impact of macroeconomic news (new information) and central bank communication on the price of financial assets (GARCH, Event Study methodologies) Currently supervising: Veronika Luková - The impact of ECB communication on selected financial markets in eurozone Miloš Prágr - Impact of Macroeconomic News on Financial Markets: Sector-based Analysis Supervised Bachelor Thesis: 2015/16 Jakub Říha: The impact of macroeconomic news (new information) on the price of financial assets 2014/2015 Victoria Dobryashkina - Does the choice of method of forecast of index stock returns and the choice of investment strategy depend on index´s industry affiliation?
Mgr. Lenka Nechvátalová
I welcome topics related to asset pricing and machine learning. Only theses written in English and LaTeX are to be supervised.
Mgr. Magda Pečená Ph.D.
Please see topics in SIS Own invention related to Banking, esp. Risk Management in Banking is welcome
Mgr. Ing. Matěj Nevrla
I welcome any topic related to the field of applied financial econometrics. Only theses written in English and LaTeX are to be supervised.
Mgr. Patrik Nový
“Study of Impact of Advertisement on Demand at Aggregate Level.”
Matěj Opatrný MSc.
Impact of Common Agriculture Policy on Czech farmers Subsidy and motivation - behavioral aspects Application of Synthetic Control Method on any relevant and interesting topic Anything related to Behavioral Economics and Comparative studies. Supervised Bachelor thesis: Do National Hockey League Players Perform Better During Their Contract Years? - Jan Liehman (research won 1st prize in multinational competition Roger Noll Prize in 2019)
PhDr. Miroslav Palanský M.A., Ph.D.
Please see the file below. I will be happy to consider supervising theses related to political economy, public finance, development economics, taxation or tax abuse.
Mgr. Michal Paulus
Gravity models of trade and international political economy Hyman Minsky´s financial instability hypothesis (Post-keynesian economics)
Jaroslav Pavlíček M.A.
I will be happy to consider supervising theses on topics regarding the use of online data in various fields of economics and finance.
Mgr. Lukáš Petrásek
I am open to any topic in the field of asset pricing.
All theses must be written in English. 1. Productivity puzzle - analyzing decelerating productivity in the context of technological progress 2. Global Value Chains - participation in the global economy and its impact on the domestic economic structure 3. Policy Analysis - topics ranging from regulatory impact analyses to the interplay between pandemic response and economic performance, but any policy-oriented topic is welcomed. Students can apply to scholarships (CZK 16,000) provided by Czech Priorities. 4. Other topics on empirical macroeconomics are welcomed