doc. PhDr. Martin Gregor Ph.D.

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Position: Director, Associate Professor
Field of interest: Applied Microeconomic Theory, Organizational Economics, Political Economy
Membership: European Economic Integration and Economic Policy, Internal

Contact

Office: 107
Email: martin [DOT] gregor [AT] fsv [DOT] cuni [DOT] cz
Phone: +420 222 112 306
Personal web pages: https://sites.google.com/site/mgregorecon/
Available: Tuesday 13:00-15:00

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Syllabi

Course supervisor

JEM013 - Game Theory
JEB064 - Game Theory and Applications

Teacher

JEM100 - Corporate Governance
JEM013 - Game Theory
JEB064 - Game Theory and Applications

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Organisation Memberships

Econometric Society, European Finance Association, Game Theory Society, Czech Economics Society

Education

2003-07 PhD, Economics, Charles University
2001 Aarhus University, Denmark
2000-03 MA, Economics, Charles University
1999-02 MA, Political Science, Charles University

Job history

2019+ Corporate Governance
2012+ Game Theory
2004+ Game Theory and Political Economy
2007-11 Public Economics
2005-09 Political Economics

Extra activities

Reviewer (international): Dynamic Games and Applications, Economic Inquiry, Economic Modelling, Economics of Governance, European Journal of Political Economy, Fiscal Studies, Group Decision and Negotiation, Interest Groups & Advocacy, International Tax and Public Finance, Journal of Forest Economics, Journal of Public Economic Theory, Journal of Regional Science, Local Government Studies, Politics, Public Choice, Global Development Network, EFMD Programme Accreditation System
Reviewer (local): The Czech Economic Review, Czech Journal of Economics and Finance, Kybernetika, Prague Economic Papers, Sociological Review, Ekonomický časopis, Politologický časopis, Mezinárodní vztahy, Czech Science Foundation, Charles University Grant Agency, Slovak Agency for Research and Development, IES Working Paper Series, Ministry of Education
Program Committee: Central European Program in Economic Theory (CEPET, Udine, 2016+)
Member: Council for Doctoral Studies in Economics at Charles University in Prague

Awards and prizes

2005 Karel Englis Award
2004 Alumni Network Award
2002 Bolzano Prize

Topics for supervision

Bachelor theses

I will happily supervise theses in the following areas:
• microeconomic theory: information economics and non-cooperative game theory, especially currently active topics in applied microeconomic theory (evidence, expertise, advisors, persuasion, information design, strategic communication)
• corporate finance: corporate governance (boards, executive networks, institutional investors, proxy advisors, shareholder voting, shareholder coalitions, ownership structures, large and minority shareholders), financial contracting, ESG heterogeneity, topics in accounting and economics (interactions between reporting and governance, rating agencies)
• management and governance: allocation of decision-making in corporations and organizations (decentralization, delegation, bargaining, communication, voting, committees, performance schemes and internal management practices)
• business and politics: corporate lobbying and political connections
• microeconomic regulations: product and company disclosures on markets (certifications, voluntary disclosures, CSR, consumer protection)
I am working as an applied theorist but I am willing to supervise empirical projects as long as the research design is credible enough.

Master theses

I will happily supervise theses in the following areas:
• microeconomic theory: information economics and non-cooperative game theory, especially currently active topics in applied microeconomic theory (evidence, expertise, advisors, persuasion, information design, strategic communication)
• corporate finance: corporate governance (boards, executive networks, institutional investors, proxy advisors, shareholder voting, shareholder coalitions, ownership structures, large and minority shareholders), financial contracting, ESG heterogeneity, topics in accounting and economics (interactions between reporting and governance, rating agencies)
• management and governance: allocation of decision-making in corporations and organizations (decentralization, delegation, bargaining, communication, voting, committees, performance schemes and internal management practices)
• business and politics: corporate lobbying and political connections
• microeconomic regulations: product and company disclosures on markets (certifications, voluntary disclosures, CSR, consumer protection)
I am working as an applied theorist but I am willing to supervise empirical projects as long as the research design is credible enough.

Supervised Bachelor theses

all/awarded: 42/18
Awarded: Bc. Andrea Pokorná, Bc. Anežka Christovová, Bc. Barbora Máková, Bc. Boril Šopov, Bc. Bruno Baránek, Bc. Jakub Matějů, Bc. Jan Hlavsa, Bc. Lucie Kraicová, Bc. Ludmila Matysková, Bc. Lukáš Janásek, Bc. Martin Kopecký, Bc. Martina Pěkná, Bc. Pavel Dvořák, Bc. Petr Tuchyňa, Bc. Petra Orogványiová, Bc. Tomáš Matyska, Bc. Viktor Zeisel, Bc.Vu Phuong Thuy

Supervised Master Theses

all/awarded: 12/5
Awarded: Mgr. Jana Procházková, Mgr. Ludmila Matysková, Mgr. Tomáš Fiala, Mgr. Viktor Zeisel, Mgr. Vu Phuong Thuy

Supervised Ph.D. Theses

number: 1
PhDr. Jana Votápková (13.5.2020)

Current Ph.D. students

number: 2
Mgr. Petra Landovská , PhDr. Jana Votápková Ph.D.

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