doc. Petr Janský Ph.D.

Fotografie

Akademická funkce: Associate Professor, Head of Department of European Economic Integration and Economic Policy
Odborné zaměření: Public, international and development economics, inequality, illicit financial flows, public finance, taxation, tax avoidance, tax havens.
Členství: Interní, Katedra evropské ekonomické integrace a hospodářské politiky

Kontakt

Kancelář: 510
Email: petr [DOT] jansky [AT] fsv [DOT] cuni [DOT] cz
Telefon:
Osobní www stránka: http://petrjansky.cz
Konzultační hodiny: Please get in touch or arrange meetings via email.

Další informace

Předměty

Garant

JEB101 - Principles of Economics I
JEB102 - Principles of Economics II
JEM203 - Public Economics
JEB025 - Public Finance

Vyučující

JEB020 - Economic Policy
JEB101 - Principles of Economics I
JEB102 - Principles of Economics II
JEM203 - Public Economics
JEB025 - Public Finance

Životopis

Člen organizací

MEMBERSHIPS 2020 – UNU-WIDER informal researchers’ network detecting and countering illicit financial flows 2019 – Global Network on Financial Geography 2018 – Czech Priorities, expert board member 2016 – International Institute of Public Finance 2016 – Czech Centre for Investigative Journalism; supervisory board member 2009 – Czech (board member since 2013), European, Royal and American economic associations

Vzdělání

09/2009 – 12/2013 Charles University Ph.D. in Economics; short-term research stays:
 Centre for the Study of African Economies, University of Oxford, with Prof. Francis Teal, 2009.
 Institute for Fiscal Studies, London, with Prof. Richard Blundell, 2011, 2012 and 2013.
 Center for Global Development, Washington DC, with David Roodman, 2012.
09/2008 – 07/2009 University of Oxford M.Sc. in Economics for Development
09/2005 – 06/2008 Charles University Bc. in Economics

Odborná praxe

MAIN APPOINTMENT
09/2009– Charles University, Prague: Associate Professor of Economics
 Leader of research projects at the Institute of Economic Studies of the Faculty of Social Sciences.
 Associate professor 02/2019–, tenured 05/2018–, assistant professor 01/2019–, lecturer until 12/2013.
 Director of the CORPTAX research group of three senior researchers and seven PhD students (2021–).
 Head of the Department of European Economic Integration and Economic Policy (since 04/2019).
 Coordinator of a Master program’s specialisation in economics of the public sector and healthcare (2021–).
 Member of the Faculty’s publication (2013–2018) and ethics in research (2018–) committees.
 Visiting the University of Auckland (01–03/2020); a UC Berkeley visit (04–07/2020) cancelled (COVID-19).


TEACHING
02/2019– Public Economics (graduate course; supervisor and lecturer)
02/2017– Public Finance (undergraduate course; supervisor and lecturer)
09/2010– Principles of Economics I & II (undergraduate course; supervisor and lecturer)
09/2009– Supervision (90+ Bachelor and Master theses; 8 current PhD students, 2 PhD graduates)
09/2010–06/2018 Economic Policy (undergraduate course; co-lecturer)
09/2011–06/2013 Economics and Law in Banking and Finance (PhD seminar; co-organiser)
02/2012–06/2012 Integrity, Law and Economics (graduate course; supervisor, co-organiser and co-lecturer)
09/2009–02/2011 Bachelor's Thesis Seminar I & II (undergraduate course; teaching assistant)
09/2009–02/2010 Development Economics (undergraduate course; co-lecturer and teaching assistant)
09/2009–02/2010 Economics I & II (undergraduate course; teaching assistant)
09/2009–06/2010 International Trade and Finance (undergraduate course; teaching assistant)


PHD STUDENT SUPERVISION
2016 – 2020 Miroslav Palanský, Aix-Marseille Université MA, a solo-authored paper in Public Choice; an EU Tax Observatory research fellow (2021–); a data scientist at the Tax Justice Network (2019–).
2017 – 2022 Sarah Godar, Berlin School of Economics and Law MA, a solo-authored paper in FinanzArchiv: Public Finance Analysis, an EU Tax Observatory researcher, Paris School of Economics (2021–).
2019 – Natalia Li, University of Sussex MSc, Overseas Development Institute Fellow 2017–2019.
2019 – Marek Šedivý, Charles University MA, a solo-authored paper in Review of Economics of the Household.
2020 – Daniel Kolář, London School of Economics MSc., a solo-authored paper in Post-Communist Economies, a visit at Kiev School of Economics in 2022.
2021 – Evgeniya Dubinina, CERGE-EI M.A., a solo-authored paper in Post-Communist Economies.
2021 – Bathusi Gabanatlhong, Cardiff Metropolitan University MSc (co-supervisor).
2021 – Alessandro Chiari, City, University of London MSc.
2021 – Valeria Secchini, University of Turin MSc., papers in Symmetry and Physics of Life Reviews.
2022 – Kristin Dilani Nadarajah, Roma Tre, Witwatersrand, and University of Paris joint MSc.

Veřejné aktivity

OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
05/2022– National Economic Council of the Government (NERV), Czechia, Prague: Member
02/2021– EU Tax Observatory, Paris School of Economics: Member of the Advisory Board
12/2022–08/2023 European Commission and FCG Germany: Consultant
01/2020–05/2020 & 06/2022–12/2022 European Commission and Ecorys: Consultant
03/2021–06/2021 & 12/2021 United Nations Conference on Trade and Development: Consultant
11/2020–12/2020 & 05/2021–12/2021 European Parliament political groups: Consultant
03/2021–12/2021 Czech Priorities, Prague: Consultant
12/2020–06/2021 World Bank, Trade and Investment Global Practice: Consultant
11/2019–03/2021 International Centre for Tax and Development, Brighton: Researcher
02/2009–12/2019 Financial Secrecy Index and Corporate Tax Haven Index: Co-author
09/2018–10/2018 & 09/2019–12/2019 Transparency International, Berlin: Consultant
10/2018–09/2019 World Health Organisation, Framework Convention on Tobacco Control: Researcher
04/2017–09/2017 & 05/2018–12/2018 European Parliament political groups: Consultant
05/2018–08/2018 Economic Commission for Africa of the United Nations, Prague: Consultant
12/2017–01/2018 Greenpeace International, Prague: Research consultant
09/2017–02/2018 United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, Geneva, Prague: Consultant
08/2017–02/2018 ActionAid International, Prague: Research consultant
03/2010–12/2017 Economics Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences (IDEA), Prague: Researcher
11/2016–11/2017 European Parliament and Centre for Strategy and Evaluation Services: Consultant
06/2016–02/2017 Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Euromod, Prague: Research consultant
03/2015–11/2015 Oxfam, Oxford: Research consultant
03/2014–10/2014 Prague City Hall, Prague: Advisor
02/2014–07/2014 Center for Global Development, London: Research collaborator
06/2013–12/2013 Save the Children, London, United Kingdom: Research consultant
10/2012–12/2013 Center for Global Development, Washington DC: Research collaborator and visitor
04/2013–10/2013 & 07/2010–08/2010 Tax Justice Network - Africa, Nairobi, and Prague: Consultant
02/2011–09/2013 Česko hledá budoucnost (Czechia seeks the future), Prague: Leader of the economic team
06/2011–07/2011 & 05/2012 & 05/2013 Institute for Fiscal Studies, London: Visiting research scholar
01/2004–12/2013 Various NGOs (Amnesty International; Fair Trade; etc.): Volunteer
09/2012–05/2013 & 09/2011–03/2012 Christian Aid, London and Prague: Research consultant
09/2010–04/2013 National economic council of the Czech government (NERV), Prague: Assistant
06/2011–12/2012 Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs of the Czech Republic, Prague: Advisor
01/2012–10/2012 Economic Council of Association of Regions of the Czech Republic: Member
06/2010–09/2012 EEIP, an economics consultancy company, Prague: Associate
04/2010–06/2012 zIndex, Centre for applied economics, Prague: Collaborator
09/2009–10/2010 University of Oxford, Oxford, Ghana and Prague: Research collaborator
05/2010–06/2010 Oxford Poverty & Human Development Initiative, Oxford, Prague: Research consultant
01/2010–06/2010 Prague Twenty, a think tank, Prague: Collaborator
03/2010–05/2010 United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Prague: Research assistant
01/2008–04/2008 Ernst & Young, Prague: Assistant in valuation and business modelling
01/2006–06/2006 M. C. Triton, a management consultancy company, Prague: Assistant consultant
05/2005–01/2006 City Council of Kuřim, Kuřim and Prague: Assistant to deputy mayor


ACADEMIC REFEREEING
Journal of Public Economics, IMF Economic Review, International Tax and Public Finance, Journal of Economic Surveys, Oxford Economic Papers, National Tax Journal, Economic Inquiry, Empirical Economics, Cambridge Journal of Economics, Regulation & Governance, Economic Systems Research, Spatial Economic Analysis, Journal of International Development, FinanzArchiv/Public Finance Analysis, Open Economies Review, Applied Economics, Policy Studies, International Review of Economics and Finance, Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, Social Indicators Research, Journal of Labour Market Research, Eastern European Economics, Policy & Internet, Czech Journal of Economics and Finance.


SELECTED CONFERENCES AND INVITED PRESENTATIONS
 2023: American Economic Association
 2022: EU Tax Observatory and Charles University, Prague; University of Economics and Business Theoretical and Practical Aspects of Public Finance conference; CORPLINK workshop; ZEW Public Finance Conference; Oxford Centre for Business Taxation Symposium; International Institute of Public Finance; KU Leuven; ZEW MannheimTaxation; European Parliament
 2021: European Economic Association; International Institute of Public Finance; European Commission’s Joint Research Centre and EU Tax Observatory; Czech Economic Society; United Nations Conference on Trade and Development Interregional training workshop on the statistical measurement of tax and commercial illicit financial flows
 2020: European Economic Association; University of Auckland; European Parliament
 2019: International Institute of Public Finance; European Economic Association; European Parliament; Vienna University of Economics and Business; Tax Justice Network and City University London; Prague University of Economics and Business; World Health Organisation
 2018: International Institute of Public Finance; United Nations Conference on Trade and Development; Czech Economic Society; Ministry of Finance Georgia
 2017: International Institute of Public Finance; United Nations Conference on Trade and Development; United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime; Tax Justice Network City University London; the Office of the Government of the Czech Republic; Permanent Representation of the Czech Republic to the European Union; Czech University of Life Sciences Prague
 2016: International Institute of Public Finance; United Nations University World Institute for Development Economics Research; Czech University of Life Sciences Prague
 2015: Masaryk University; Tomas Bata University in Zlín; Czech University of Life Sciences Prague
 2014: University of Barcelona and Tax Justice Network; Czech University of Life Sciences Prague
 2013: Czech University of Life Sciences Prague
 2012: Johannes Kepler University Linz
 2011: University of Oxford; University of Essex
 2010: Czech Economic Society; University of Hradec Králové

CONFERENCES ORGANISED
 2022: Conference Transparency and tax avoidance: evidence from country-by-country reporting by multinational enterprises, 3-4 November, co-organised with the EU Tax Observatory (with Giulia Aliprandi, Sarah Godar, Miroslav Palanský).
 2022: Research workshop Multinationals: Tax Avoidance and Policy Responses, 25 February, online, co-organised with the EU Tax Observatory (with Sarah Godar, Miroslav Palanský).
 2021: Research workshop Country-by-country reporting took place, 18 March, online, co-organised with Irma Mosquera Valderrama of Leiden University.

Ocenění

AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS
2020 Nordic Tax Research Council’s article prize 2020, Nordic Tax Journal, co-recipient
2018 Leader of a finalist team at the EU Datathon, the European Commission’s data competition
2013 Czech Economic Society’s Karel Engliš Award for the best economic policy paper
2008 – 2009 Shell Centenary Scholarship, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
2007 – 2008 Ernst & Young Scholarship, first place in the Ernst & Young Academy 2007, Czechia
2007 Goldman Sachs Global Leader, Global Leadership Institute, United States
2005 Leader of the winning team at the European Youth Parliament, Czechia.

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Bakalářské práce

I am ready to consider supervising your thesis - do not hesitate to get in touch. Please have a look at my recent publications to see whether we have shared research interests.

Diplomové práce

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Vedoucí bakalářských prací

vše/oceněné: 59/9
Oceněné: Bc. Daniel Vach, Bc. Jozef Kubovič, Bc. Lenka Röhryová , Bc. Martin Zachar, Bc. Michal Svatoň, Bc. Miroslav Palanský, Bc. Petr Filipec, Bc. Tatiana Chudá, Bc. Zuzana Řehořová

Vedoucí diplomových prací

vše/oceněné: 25/0
Oceněné:

Vedoucí doktorských prací

počet: 2
PhDr. Miroslav Palanský (16.12.2020), Sarah Godar (5.10.2022)

Aktuální PhD studenti

počet: 8
Alessandro Chiari MSc., Mgr. Evgeniya Dubinina , Bathusi Gabanatlhong MSc, Daniel Kolář MSc., Natalia Li M.A., MSc. , M.Sc. Kristin Dilani Nadarajah , Valeria Secchini MSc, Mgr. Marek Šedivý

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