Jan Novotný, a PhD graduate from 2012, moved to London where he works as a specialist in quantitative trading and is also involved in research projects at Bayes Business School of London. In an interview with Jan, we talked about his twist from nuclear physics to economics, his work and research as well as his involvement in our alumni community.
Zurab Abramishvili, a PhD graduate from 2017, returned to his home country and became an Associate Professor of Economics and Head of Undergraduate Studies at the International School of Economics (ISET) in Georgia. What does he like about working in academia and what research projects is he currently working on? Find out in our Blog interview.
Tomáš Mičko, our 2020 Master’s in Applied Economics graduate, started a position as an analyst at Council for Budget Responsibility in Slovakia last year. What knowledge and skills obtained in MAE are useful at his job? And why has he participated in Bratislava Climathon? Find out more in our Blog Interview.
Michael Jetton has been working in various positions at CERGE-EI since 1993. He served as Head of Alumni Office for several years. What were almost three decades of CERGE-EI like and how does he see our alumni community? We talked about this and much more in our Blog Interview. Continue reading People of CERGE-EI: For me, CERGE-EI is very much like a family with multiple generations, says Michael Jetton
Magdalena Morgese Borys, a PhD graduate from 2009, recently became Head of Unit in a newly created Task Force at the Secretariat General of the EU Commission. In an interview with Magda, we talked about her 10 years of experience in the European Commission, as well as about her interest in health and nutrition that led her to become a certified nutrition coach. Continue reading Meet Our Alumni: CERGE-EI`s Emphasis on Analytical Thinking in My Studies Has Influenced Me the Most, Says Magdalena Morgese Borys
George Vachadze, our PhD graduate from 1999, has recently been appointed Full Professor at the College of Staten Island, City University of New York. How does he remember his studies at CERGE-EI and what is he currently working on? Read his answers to these and other questions in our interview with George.
Ludmila Matysková, one of our 2018 PhD in Economics graduates, has just begun her third year as a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute for Microeconomics at the University of Bonn. In an interview with Ludmila we asked her why she chose Game Theory as her field of study and what aspects of her PhD studies have influenced her the most. Continue reading Meet Our Alumni: I am glad I did not miss the opportunity to gain expertise from top researchers, says Ludmila Matysková
Robert Johnson, our Master in Applied Economics graduate from 2017, recently started a new position where he is in charge of growth and retention of a newly launched grocery delivery service. In an interview with Robert, we discussed his career, his motivation to take the MAE program, and what he considers the most useful things he learned at CERGE-EI.
Krešimir Žigić, Citigroup Endowment Associate Professor with Tenure at CERGE-EI, and a Ph.D. graduate from 1996, studied in the first CERGE-EI cohort. How does he remember the atmosphere of the first years of our institution and why did he decide on a career in academia? We asked Krešo several questions for our Blog interview.
Karel Musil, our MAE graduate from 2014, already held a Ph.D. degree when he decided to apply to the Master in Applied Economics program at CERGE-EI. In an interview with Karel, we discussed his career of 12 years at the IMF as a Policy Advisor, his position at the Czech National Bank as Head of Macroeconomic Forecasting, and why he decided to pursue studies in the MAE program despite his previous college success. Continue reading MEET OUR ALUMNI: THE APPLIED FEATURE OF THE MAE PROGRAM IS A UNIQUE COMBINATION OF ACADEMIC THEORY AND BUSINESS PRACTICE, SAYS KAREL MUSIL