in economics, CERGE,
supervisor: Avner Shaked
MA. in Economics, CERGE 2004
MA. in Theoretical Physics, with Honors, Charles University 2000
Associate Professor, CERGE-EI since September 2012
Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management, Managerial Economics and Decision
Sciences Department, Assistant Professor, 2009 - 2013
London School of Economics, Teaching Assistant January - April 2006
Social Worker for Roma Community, People in Need Foundation, Czech Republic 2000-2002
2. Who Matters in Coordination Problems, with József Sákovics accepted to American Economic Review.
4. Communication, Timing, and Common Learning, 2011, with Colin Stewart, J. Econ. Theory 146, 230-247.
5. Contagion through Learning, 2008, with Colin Stewart, Theoretical Economics 3, 431-458.
7. Coordination Cycles, Games Econ. Behavior 63, 308-327.
8. The Effects of Risk Aversion in Mixed-Strategy Equilibria of 2x2 Games, with Dirk Engelmann, 2007, Games Econ. Behavior 60, 381-388.
9. A Trace of Anger is Enough: On the Enforcement of Social Norms, 2007, Economics Bulletin, vol. 8
10. Dynamic Scaling and Universality in Evolution of Fluctuating Random Networks, 2002, Europhys. Lett. 60, with F. Kotrla and M. Slanina
Work in Progress
``Sand in the Wheels’’; a Global Game Perspective, with Laurent Mathevet r&r in J. Econ. Theory
Price Distortion with High-Frequency Trading, with Colin Stewart
Market Stability in Presence of Strategic Uncertainty, with Colin Stewart
Economics of Social Exclusion, 2004, in Hirt, Jakoubek, “Roma, Culturological Studies”, Cenek Publishers. (In Czech)
Roma on the Labor Market: 2006, in Hirt, Jakoubek, “Roma in a Trap of Social Exlusion”, Cenek publishers. (In Czech)
MBA course in microeconomics, Kellogg
lectures in Microeconomics and Macroeconomics,
PhD. tutorials in Game Theory, IO, Public Economics and Statistics, CERGE
Undergraduate tutorials in Corporate Finance, LSE
for PhD. dissertation by Friederike
2012 (including planned): Oxford, Edinburgh, Bielefeld, Paris Dauphine, Toulouse, UCL, Carlos III, Koc University
2011: Helsinki, Slovak National Bank.
Cerge, U st. Andrews, U of
2007: LSE ,
2005: LSE (Ph.D. seminar ).
2004: Max Planck Institute
Conferences: Prague theory workshop 2012, Rational inattention workshop Prague 2012, Games 2012, SED 2012, EEA-ESEM Oslo 2011, Prague Economic Meeting 2011, Information and Coordination: Theory and Application at LBS 2011, ESWC 2010, CETC 2010, Transatlantic Theory Workshop 2009, EEA-ESEM 2009, SAET 2009, Workshop on Learning in Alicante 2008; ESSET 2008; GRIPS workshop on game theory 2008; EEA-ESEM 2007; Stony Brook Global Game Theory Workshop 2007; EEA-ESEM 2006; Award Talk at Czech Econometric Day 2005; "Roma and Social Reform" conference in Czech Parliament 2005; Czech Economic Society 2004; Bio-mathematical Conference, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic 2000.
Econometrica, American Economic Review, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Review of Economic Studies, Theoretical Economic, Journal of Economic Theory, Games and Economic Behavior, Economic Journal, Economic Theory, Journal of Money, IER, Credit and Banking, International Journal of Game Theory, JEBO, Scandinavian Journal of Economics, JITE, Journal of Economic Psychology, Journal of Financial Stability.
2012 Purkyně grant of Czech Academy of Science
2008 ESRC (first grants scheme for 2008--2011) Ł 127,185
2007 British Academy Overseas Travel Grant
2006 participation on ESRC research grant: Stability of the Global Financial System: Regulation and Policy Response
2004 World Bank CERGE-EI Fellowship Award: Research on Cooperation under Punishment Threats
Scopus award 2011, 2nd position in a completion for Czech scientists under 35,
Best Student Paper in Theoretical Economics of 2005, Award of the Czech Econometric Society (for the „Coordination Cycles“ Paper)
Measuring Effectiveness of Preparatory Classes for Roma Children, 2004, for the Czech Ministry of Education
Long-term Stationary Field Research of Socially Excluded Roma Communities, 2004, for Czech Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs
Barriers to Employment Policy, 2005, United Nation Development Project