Tomáš Janotík MSc.

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Position: Ph.D. Candidate
Field of interest: Microeconomics, Microeconomic Behavior: Underlying Principles, Labor and Demographic Economics, General Welfare, Well-Being
Membership: Former PhD students, Microeconomics and Mathematical Methods

Contact

Office: 602
Email: tomas [DOT] janotik [AT] gmail [DOT] com
Phone: +420 776 316 414
Personal web pages: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tomas-janotik-56685797
Available: upon request

More information

CV

Organisation Memberships

Mensa International

Education

• 1998-2006 - Gymnázium Sečovce, Slovakia
• 2006-2009 - Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Social Sciences, Institute of Economic Studies - Bachelor’s degree in Economics
• 2009-2010 - University of Amsterdam, Faculty of Economics and Business – MSc. in Economics

Academic writings:

2009 - Economics and Happiness - Bachelor's thesis
2010 - 20 Years of Economic Transition in Visegrad Countries - A Post Keynesian View - Master's thesis

Job history

2012 - 2013: RWE Transgas, a.s., Portfolio Management Analyst
since 2014: Profesia, spol. s.r.o., Labor Market Analyst

Extra activities

LS 2011 - Scholarship and Free Society Seminar, Bryn Mawr College, Philadephia, USA - conference of PhD. students about the role of economics and economic scholars in contemporary world

Study periods abroad:
LS 2011-Hessen International Summer University, Frankfurt am Main - International summer school with focus on EU integration and finance

ZS 2011 - Goethe Universitat Frankfurt am Main - semester abroad

Supervising Master's and Bachelor's theses, so far:
2 Master's theses at IPS UK
5 Bachelor's theses at IES UK

2015 - GAUK Grant No. 462213 with title "Benedictine monasteries from the point of view of Economics" sucessfully finished

Topics for supervision

Bachelor theses

Economic Aspects of Blood Donation
Time-inconsistent Preferences and Procrastination
Is Economics Performative?
The Role of Think-tanks in Most Recent Czech/Slovak History and Their Impact on Economic Policy

(you are more than welcome to specify your own topic)

Master theses

Economic Aspects of Blood Donation
Time-inconsistent Preferences and Procrastination
Is Economics Performative?
The Role of Think-tanks in Most Recent Czech/Slovak History and Their Impact on Economic Policy

(you are more than welcome to specify your own topic)

Supervised Bachelor theses

all/awarded: 5/0
Awarded:

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Annual Evaluation 2015
Individual Study Plan
ISP Update 2014
ISP Update 2015

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