Ing. Mgr. Miroslav Zajíček, MA, PhD

Miroslav Zajíček graduated at the Faculty of International Relations of the University of Economics (Ing., 1998; major: International Trade, minor at the Faculty of Finance and Accounting: Finance and Banking), University of Chicago (MA, 2000; Social Sciences Division, Department of Economics, major: Economics), Law Faculty of the Charles University (Mgr., 2004, major: Law, PhD, 2012, major: Public Law I). Other research fellowships: SRH Hochschule Heidelberg (1995), Liberal institute (1996), IHS/IES Summer School - Oxford (1998), Foundation of Economic Education (2005, 2007), PERC (2006), CATO (2007), IFREE/ESI Chapman University (2009) and others.

At present he is a lecturer at the Faculty of Economics at the University of Economics in Prague, where he is a chairman of the Department of Institutional Economics. In the past he also worked for the Department of Economic and Social Policy and for the Department of Economic History. Subjects currently taught: Principles of Experimental Economics. Subjects taught in the past: Industrial Organization, Macroeconomic Analysis, Chicago School of Economics. He is the guarantee and supervisor of the courses: "Topics in Experimental Economics", "Principles of Experimental Economics" and "Advanced experimental economics".

He is also a member of the Advisory Committe of the Chairwoman of the Energy Regulatory Office (Czech independent regulatory body for energy markets).

Apart from his scientific and research activities, he publishes in popular media as well – a link to the list of most of his articles here (in Czech only).

Miroslav Zajíček worked as a Project Manager and a Senior Research Fellow for the Liberal Institute between 1999 and 2005. He specialized primarily in deregulation of electricity markets, the gas industry, heating industry and telecommunication markets. Mr. Zajíček was also a member of the Department of European Economic Integration and Economic Policy at the IES at the Faculty of Social Sciences of the Charles University (2008 - 2013). Courses taught: Advanced Industrial Organization, Advanced Economic Policy.

Formal CV for download here.

With Vernon Smith in Prague, February 2010

S Ronaledm Coasem, prosinec 2009

With Ronald Coase (in Czech only) in Chicago, December 2009

With Richard Epstein at the Prague Conference on Political Economy 2010 (March 2010)


With William Sharpe in Iseo (June 2013)

With Dale Mortensen in Iseo (June 2013)

With Eric Maskin in Iseo (June 2013)