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Petr Koblovsky

Advocate since 2009.

Education

  • Law Faculty of Masaryk University, Brno (Mgr., 1999)
  • Helsinki School of Economics and Business Administration (MIM., 2002)
  • Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, Institute of Law and Finance (LL.M., 2004)
  • University of Economics (Ing., 2005)
  • Harvard Law School, USA (Visiting researcher, 2006-2007)
  • Yale Law School, USA (LL.M., 2008)
  • Law Faculty of Charles University, Prague (Ph.D., 2009)

Publications

  • 2017 Ke vzájemnému poměru mezi spoludlužníky při přistoupení k dluhu, in Právní Rádce 5/2017.
  • 2017 Economics of Sex: Cost-Benefit Analysis, in Society, impact factor of 0.188.
  • 2017 Behavioural Economics of Organization: Employees and Managers, in E a M: Ekonomie a Management, impact factor of 1.163.
  • 2016 Přehled oboru behaviorální finance a organizace, conference paper.
  • 2015 Where is My Money? New Findings in Fiscal Psychology, in Society, impact factor of 0.188.
  • 2014 Determinants of Foreign Students’ Success at Czech Univestities, working paper.
  • 2014 Does oligopoly in banking increase banking fees?, working paper.
  • 2014 Objectivity of the media, working paper.
  • 2014 Behavioral theory of job markets, working paper.
  • 2013 Czech Republic – voters have weakened the power of leftist parties, op-ed, 4liberty.eu.
  • 2013 Diagnosis and Treatment of New Addictions, paper published in Psychiatrie pro praxi, 2013, 14(4).
  • 2013 Grant from FRVS 861/2013, “Update of courses in minor specialisation on Economics and Psychology“, output: new syllabi, new materials for the courses.
  • 2012 Grant from University of Economics, Prague, IGA, “Trivers-Willard hypothesis and socioeconomic determinants of sex ratios in Czech regions“.
  • 2011 Grant from FRVS 1884/11 - “Behavioral Public Choice and Finance”, output: lectures on Behavioral Economics, Behavioral Finance.
  • 2007- 2008 Grant from University of Economics, Prague, IGA 21/06 “Application of Behavioral Economics and Law in Financial Regulation”; output: “General introduction to behavioral law and economics”. Acta Oeconomica Pragesia, 4, pp. 137-145.
  • 2007 Grant from FRVS 55/07 - “Behavioral Law and Economics”; output: lectures on Behavioral Law and Economics, materials for the course.
  • 2006 Co-author of a conference paper “Why Will Most Likely Be a State Paternalism Part of the Law Order Ever Since - in spite of Hayeks Lesson from Cultural Evolution” – NPPE 2006, Praha, presented at Prague Conference on Political Economy in 2006.
  • 2005 - 2006 Grant from the Rector of the University of Economics, Prague, “Introduction to Behavioral Economics”, output: series of public lectures.
  • 2005 - 2006 Grant from the University of Economics, Prague - “Behavioral Law and Economics and its Application to Financial Regulation”, output: lectures for several courses.
  • 2005 Grant from Ministry of Education and Sport - “Economic Analysis of Financial Regulation”, output: materials for the course.
  • 2004 ECB - “Lamfalussy report and its influence on the current system of legislative procedure”; “Financial Conglomerates - Risk factors and regulation”; Internal working papers.
  • 2004 – 2005 Grant from the University of Economics, Prague - “Discordant Regulation of the European integration process - Inhibition of financial markets”; output: Working paper.
  • 2003 - 2004 Grant from the University of Economics, Prague - “Discordant regulation as the cause of the instability on financial and monetary markets”; output: Several lectures.
  • 2003 Credit Suisse - Czech Republic - “Implementation of ABC Model”, Internal working paper.

Membership

  • Czech Bar Association
  • New York Bar Association

Specialization

Petr Koblovsky

Languages

  • English

Contact


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