As students of the program ECONOMICS you are primarly ask to focus on topics from this discipline. You can choose from the supervisors and the general topics below:
Ing. Pavel Potužák, PhD.
What caused the last financial crisis? Saving glut or monetary glut?
The ethics of fractional reserves
Can the nominal interest rate be negative?
Can the real interest rate be negative?
The new monetarism
100-percent vs. fractional reserves
“Current” financial crisis
Friedman’s rule of optimal growth rate of money supply
Is Taylor rule operable?
What is wrong with deflation?
Will there be a hyperinflation in USA?
Is the money multiplier stable?
Ing. Helena Chytilová, PhD.
Behavioral Economics and Monetary Theory
Economics and Psychology
Money Illusion and Nominal Rigidities
European Monetary Integration, Common Currency and Implications
Ing. Lukáš Máslo, PhD.
Explanation vs. prediction: a role of assumptions in economics
Positive vs. normative economics: should economics be value-free?
Economic anthropology: do the notions of economic theory keep their respective meanings throughout the time?
A just price: a myth or reality?
Usury: a case against justice
Nominal Deflation: what would an economy with a fixed money supply look like?
Catholic social teaching: theory of distributism and its relevance for economics
Socio-economic changes in the Russian society during the last century of the Romanov dynasty
Ing. Tomáš Frömmel
Economic growth and development, development aid
Austrian business cycle theory
Ing. Robin Maialeh
Critical political economics
Methodology of economics
Economy of the Middle East
Agent-based microeconomic modeling
Ing. Klára Čermáková, PhD.
Convergence and inequality – do economies converge?
Ing. Petr Špecián, PhD.
Impact of Technological Change in the Labor Markets
Positional Externalities: Smith versus Darwin
Economic Models: Description, Prediction and Explanation in Economics
Public Choice and Behavioral Economics
Methodology of Welfare Economics
Ing. Martin Slaný, PhD.
Labor market rigidities and unemployment,
Economic policy in Great recession,
Alternative monetary policy regimes,
Monetary theory in modern heterodox economics,
(Macro)economic analysis of EU funds,
Shadow economy analysis.