Mgr. Ing. Tomáš Šestořád

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Position: Ph.D. Candidate
Field of interest: Time series analysis, Monetary and fiscal policy, Exchange rate, DSGE models
Membership: Macroeconomics and Econometrics, PhD Candidates

Contact

Office:
Email: 65119440 [AT] fsv [DOT] cuni [DOT] cz
Phone:
Available: by appointment

More information

Syllabi

Teacher

JEM184 - New Keynesian DSGE Modelling

PhD study

Tutor: PhDr. Jaromír Baxa Ph.D.

Studying from: 2017
PhDr examination:
Final exam: 09/2019
Dissertation Proposal defence: 11/2020 (expected)
Dissertation defence: 05/2021 (expected)

Current work:
Currently working on an empirical research paper devoted to the spill-over of uncertainty and monetary policy reaction.

Dissertation topic:
Efficiency of Unconventional Monetary Policy

Disertation abstract:
See my Individual Study Plan in "Downloadable"

Optional courses:
2018/2019 SS: JED415 Quantitative methods II
2018/2019 WS: JED414 Quantitative methods I
2017/2018 SS: JED415 Quantitative methods II
2017/2018 WS: JED414 Quantitative methods I

CV

Education

2017 - present: Ph.D., Economics, IES FSV, UK
2016 - 2018 (left): Ph.D., Economic Theory, Faculty of Economics, University of Economics in Prague
2015 - 2017: Mgr., Economic Theory, IES FSV, UK
2014 - 2016: Ing., Economic Analysis, Faculty of Economics, University of Economics in Prague
2011 - 2014: Bc., Political Economy, Faculty of Economics, University of Economics in Prague

Job history

3/2018+: Economic Analyst, Monetary Policy Department, Czech National Bank

Teaching assistantship:
2019/2020 WS: JEM004 Advanced Macroeconomics
2018/2019 SS: JEM111 International Macroeconomics
2018/2019 WS: JEM004 Advanced Macroeconomics
2017/2018 SS: JEM111 International Macroeconomics
2017/2018 WS: JEM004 Advanced Macroeconomics

Topics for supervision

Bachelor theses

Topics related to macroeconomics and monetary economics (ZLB, unconventional monetary policy tools) investigated by DSGE models and multivariate time series analysis. Students are welcome to specify the topic on their own. Only theses written in English and LaTeX are to be supervised.

Master theses

Topics related to macroeconomics and monetary economics (ZLB, unconventional monetary policy tools) investigated by DSGE models and multivariate time series analysis. Students are welcome to specify the topic on their own. Only theses written in English and LaTeX are to be supervised.

Downloadable

Individual Study Plan (ISP)
ISP 2019

Partners

Deloitte

Sponsors

CRIF
McKinsey
Patria Finance