List of winners of the competition Young Economist

 

YEAR

WINNER oF THE COMPETITION

INSTITUTION

2020

Bruno Baránek: "Quality of Governance and Design of Public Procurement"

Princeton University

 2019

Vladimír Novák, Andrei Matveenko: "The Status Quo and Belief Polarization of Inattentive Agents"

CERGE-EI

 2018

Ludmila Matysková: "Bayesian Persuasion with Costly Information Acquisition"

CERGE-EI, University of Bonn

 2017

Mykola Babiak: "Generalized Disappointment Aversion, Learning, and Asset Prices"

CERGE-EI

 2016

Adam Kučera: "Interest Rates Modeling and Forecasting: Do Macroeconomic Factors Matter?"

IES FSV UK and CNB

 2015

Jakub Matějů: "Limited Liability, Asset Price Bubbles and the Credit Cycle: The Role of Monetary Policy"

CERGE-EI and CNB

 2014

Vojtěch Bartoš: "Sharing norms during seasonal food shortages: Experimental evidence from Afghanistan"

CERGE-EI

 2013

Martin Kuncl: "Securitization under Asymmetric Information over the Business Cycle"

Bank of Canada

 2012

Tomáš Havránek, Marek Rusnák: "Transmission Lags of Monetary Policy: A Meta-Analysis"

IES FSV UK and CNB / CNB

 2011

 

Peter Ondko: "Selection and Performance Gains in Horizontal and Vertical Acquisitions"

Boston Consulting Group

 2010

Filip Matějka: "Information Constraints as Micro-foundations for Nominal Rigidity"

CERGE-EI 

 2009

František Kopřiva: "Constant Bet Size? Don‘t Bet on It! Testing Expected Utility Theory on Betfair Data"

CNB

2008

Krčílková Michaela, Jan Zápal: "OCA cubed: Mundell in 3D"

Cambridge (promising student, died tragically) / CERGE-EI

2007

Tomáš Svítil: "Who is in your "Faves"?: A social network model of cellular service choice“

Sprint

2006

Michal Bauer: "Does Education Matter in Patience Formation? Evidence from Ugandan Villages" (co-authors Julie Chytilová and Pavel Streblov)

IES FSV UK a CERGE-EI

2005

Jakub Kastl: "Discrete Bids and Empirical Inference in Divisible Goods Auctions"

Princeton University

2004

Martin Melecký: "Anticipations, External Crises and Growth in Emerging Market Countries"

VSB – Technical University of Ostrava

2003

Libor Dušek: "Do Governments Grow When They Become More Efficient? Evidence from Tax Withholding"

University of Economics, Prague

2002

Michal Ježek: "A Microanalysis of Pension Reform: To Switch or Not to Switch in the Czech Republic"

Deutsche Bank

2001

Helena Horská: "Inflation targeting in Poland: a comparison with the Czech Republic"

Raiffeisenbank

2000

Dan Šťastný: "Protekcionismus: 'Ptolemaic' system of popular economics"

Jan Evangelista Purkyně University and University of New York in Prague

1999

Mojmír Hampl: "Metodological Problems of Economics as Nominal Sciences"

vice-governor of the Czech National Bank

1998

Viktor Kotlán: "The yield curve in the theory and practice of the Czech interbank market"

Česká spořitelna and IES FSV UK

Marek Mora: "The Future of Pension Policy in the Czech Republic"

member of the board of the Czech National Bank

1997

Luboš Komárek: "Design of segments of the structural macroeconomic model of the Czech Republic"

director of the department of external cconomic relations of the Czech National Bank, former president of the Czech Economic Society

1996

Martin Sommer: "Fundamental Analysis and Technical Aspects of the Development of the Czech Stock Market"

International Monetary Fund

1995

Jan Frait: "Portfolio Model of Balance of Payments and its Application to the Czech Republic in 1992-1995"

director of the independent department of the Czech National Bank, former member of the CNB bank board

1994

Pavel Kohout: "Non-linear CAPM" 

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