Faculty of Economics and Administration (pouze anglicky)

The Faculty of Economics and Administration was established in 1990. With approximately 4,000 students in Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral degrees programmes it focuses on economics, economic information systems, financial management, economic policy and management, national economics and business management, regional development and management through public finance.

Contact information

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www.muni.cz/research

Lipová 507/41a
602 00 Brno
Czech Republic
Phone: +420 549 49 1710
Fax: +420 549 49 1720
research@econdotmunidotcz

Detailed information on R&D areas and projects:

 

Analysis and identification of dynamic stochastic general equilibrium modelback

The research is based on new theoretical trends in mainstream macroeconomics: theory of dynamic systems and methods of Bayesian estimation. The aim of the research is to explain the influence of external shocks in the Czech economy and to analyze the transmission mechanism.  The research is also focused on the degree of sensitivity and adaptability of basic macroeconomic variables to the shocks.

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Examination of the competitiveness of enterprisesback

In this research there is analyzed the economic performance of enterprises. The analysis is based on the empirical inquiry using the method of statistical pattern recognition. For the research we use our own methodology of regional evaluation of the quality of entrepreneurial environment and its competitiveness.

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Examination of the innovational potentiality of regions and the evaluation ofinnovational region’s profilesback

The regional research is focused on the quality of entrepreneurial environment including the innovational potential. It is concerned with structural aspects of spatial division of labor and also with the innovational potential of regions. Further, there is analyzed the direct and indirect subvention of competitiveness with emphasize on the stimulation of innovational efficiency.

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Non-profit sector and its economic behaviourback

The research is focused on the analysis of economic behaviour of the non-profit sector and its relationship with other actors of the economic environment. The chief topic is the concept of efficiency in specific conditions of public and private non-profit sector.

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Economy of network branchesback

The research is focused in the long run on the railway transport from the economist’s point of view. Currently, it concerns mainly with the competitive advantage and competition within railway transport.

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Financing and organization of territorial administration and the evaluation ofdevelopment programs and projectsback

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Analysis of public and social policyback

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Financial market researchback

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Modernization of the public administration at the regional and municipal levelback

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Collaborative foreign entitiesback

  • Center for Civil Society Studies [US]
  • Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen [DE]
  • Georg-August-Universität Göttingen [DE]
  • Governmental Council for Non-State Non-Profit Organizations CIVITALIS [HU]
  • Institute for Interdisciplinary Research on Non-profit Organisations (NPO-Institute) [AT]
  • Radboud University Nijmegen [NL]
  • Universita degli Studi di Verona [IT]
  • Universität Regensburg [DE]
  • Université Catholique de Lille [FR]
  • Université de Rennes I [FR]
  • Université Pierre Mendes France – Grenoble 2 [FR]
  • University of Basel [CH]
  • University of Huddersfield [UK]
  • University of Jyväskylä [FIN]
  • University of Oulu [FIN]
  • University of Victoria [CA]
  • Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien [AT]