Masters theses topics

Mgr. David Svačina
New Keynesian DSGE models

PhDr. Petr Švarc
Selected topics in Agent-Based Computational Economics - student is expected either to develop his/her own agent-based model or to compare the agent-based and neoclassical approach to particular problem (e.g. financial markets, market competition and/or organization, economic growth etc.)

Mgr. Svatopluk Svoboda
Financial stability/fragility - methods of measurment. Role of risk-monitoring and risk-assessment in behavior of financial institutions. Financial markets and applicability of monetary policy.

Mgr. Jiří Teichman
I welcome any theses on export upgrading, the impact of financial flows on international trade, or use of the synthetic control method on trade data.

prof. PhDr. Petr Teplý Ph.D.
No free topics available for the 2022/2023 academic year.

Sophio Togonidze
Monetary Economics, Financial Economics, DSGE Models

Mgr. Tomáš Troch
Topics in healthcare economics: regional variation in healthcare provision hospital efficiency comparison reimbursement mechanisms (theory and empirics) health macroeconomic multipliers other topics

Salim Turdaliev BSc M.A.
Energy Economics, Environmental Economics, Labor Economics.

† prof. RNDr. Ing. František Turnovec CSc.
1. New Electoral History of the Czech Republic: Models of Political Behaviour in the Czech Parliaments 1990-2010. 2. Institutional System of the European Union: Models of the EU Decision Making. 3. General Equilibrium Models of the Customs Union. 4. Collective goods, Club Goods and the Theory of Clubs. 5. The Theory of Voting Behaviuour: Strategic Voting and Manipulation. 6. Power Indices Methodology, Applications in Politics and Business.

PhDr. Pavel Vacek Ph.D.
A) ANTITRUST ECONOMICS 1. Application of the Articles 101 and 102 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU) in the Czech Republic 2. Antitrust Decisions of the Czech Office for Protection of Competition 3. Margin Squeeze in Telecommunications 4. Margin Squeeze in Electricity sector 5. Antitrust cases in the Czech Republic – Case Studies 6. An Economic Approach to Abuse of Dominance 7. Market Definition of the Access to the Broadband Internet 8. Issues of the New Law about Significant Market Power in the CZ 9. Predatory Pricing in Transport Sector 10. Effectiveness of Antitrust Sanctions on Cartels 11. Sector Analysis in the Czech Republic (telecommunications, transportation, electricity, banking, coal) B) INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS 1. Productivity Spillovers from Foreign Direct Investment 2. Exporting and Productivity 3. Does Supplying to Multinationals Ease Liquidity Constraints? C) INTERNATIONAL FINANCE 1. Central Bank Interventions and their Influence on Exchange Rates 2. Influence of Sales of Central Bank’s Reserves on Exchange Rates D) REAL ESTATE ECONOMICS 1. Demand for Housing and other Real Estate in the Czech Republic – trends, forecasts, determinants 2. Supply of Housing, and other Real Estate in the Czech Republic – trends, forecasts, determinants 3. Housing Bubble in the Czech Republic 4. Real Estate Trends in the Czech Republic 5. Czech House Renting Market

Mgr. Lukáš Vácha Ph.D.
Wavelet analysis of financial markets

Mgr. Petra Valíčková PhD
Topics related to energy markets. For example: Competition in energy markets; Regulation of energy markets; Renewables and energy efficiency; Electricity access rates and development; Role of the private sector in energy access and development.

Matěj Vančura
Americký institucionalismus (American Institutionalism) - John R. Commons Ekonomická historie - hospodářská politika USA a Velká Británie do 30. let 20. stol. (Economic history - economic policy in England and US up to the 1930s) Německá historická škola (German Historical School) - Max Weber

Mgr. PhDr. Silvester van Koten Ph.D.
2000 Final paper on Transaction Cost Economics 1993-94 Final paper on the epistemological character of mental representations, written at Aarhus University (Denmark). I compared the computationalist perspective of Fodor and Jackendoff with the constructivist perspective of Lakoff and Johnson. (Grade: 9, on a scale from 1 to 10).

prof. RNDr. Jan Ámos Víšek CSc.
Possible an agreement on a topic from robust econometrics or statistics - eithert some theoretical work (mostly a generalization of classical estimator, test, diagnostic tool etc. for the robust framework) or an extensive case or simulation study.

prof. Ing. Miloslav Vošvrda CSc.
Makroekonomické modely - konstrukce, modelování, predikce.

Msc Yao Wang PhDr
SME Finance

Fan Yang MSc.
Experimental Accounting, Financial Accounting

Mgr. Jan Žáček Ph.D.
Topics in macroeconomics and monetary economics investigated by semi-structural or DSGE models (for example, research questions focused on inflation targeting or forecasting). Students are welcome to specify the topic on their own. Only theses written in English and LaTeX are to be supervised.

PhDr. Jan Zápal Ph.D.
List of suitable bachelor and master thesis topics can be found on my IES page (search for my name on the main IES page). See the file at the very bottom of the page.

PhDr. Ayaz Zeynalov Ph.D.
– Students are welcome to consult the supervision of his/her theses related to fields of my research interest: Economic development, natural resources and institution; Endogenous growth models; Meta-analysis; Gravity model of international trade; Google econometrics

Mgr. Olesia Zeynalova
Education and Research Institutions Higher Education Enrollment

MSc. Binyi Zhang
I supervise only theses written in English. Renewable Energy, Climate Changes, Green Finance, Green Bond, Stock return and volatility analysis.

Mgr. Diana Žigraiová
Topics from areas of financial stability, financial regulation and supervision



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