Ing. Vojtěch Kotrba, Ph.D.


Vojtěch Kotrba is the manager of the Laboratory of Experimental Economics and an assistant professor at the Department of Economics. In the field of behavioral economics, he is interested in the behavior and preferences of sports fans and the effects on performance in sports and esports. He has also conducted laboratory experiments on the effects of taxes on consumption.



doc. Ing. Helena Chytilová, Ph.D., M.A.


Helena Chytilova is an associate professor at Department of Economics. Her research areas include behavioral and experimental economics with special emphasis on sub-discipline of behavioral macroeconomics, more specifically identification of effect of irrational behavior with derivation of implications at the aggregate level in the field of monetary theory and policy. Her research projects focus on macroeconomic laboratory experiments based on micro-foundations, which deal with presence of money illusion, coordination failure including consequences in financial markets, analysis of bank runs or the role of economic education in reaching optimum outcomes.


Ing. Tomáš Miklánek, Ph.D., M.A.


Tomáš Miklánek is an assistant professor at the Department of Managerial Economics and CERGE-EI Teaching Fellow. His research interests are in the field of Experimental and Behavioral Economics. In particular effects of emotions, interaction of monetary and intrinsic incentives, endogenous information choice and experimental asset markets.


doc. PhDr. Lubomír Cingl, Ph.D.


Lubomír Cingl is an associate professor at the Department of Managerial Economics and CERGE-EI Teaching Fellow. His research areas include mainly behavioral and experimental economics (and a little from social psychology). His current projects examine topics such as the effects of time pressure and stress on human behavior, theories of secularization and religious (and non-standard) beliefs; dishonesty, tax compliance, antisocial & delinquent behavior; and individual willingness to compete. He conducted experiments not only in the lab, but also in the field.


doc. Silvester Van Koten, PhD.


Silvester Van Koten is a docent at the Jan Evangelista Purkyne University and a Research Associate at CERGE-EI in Prague. He mainly focuses on Experimental Economics, Energy Markets, Market Design, and Regulation.


Mgr. Peter Katuščák, Ph.D., M.A.


Peter Katuščák is a postdoctoral researcher at RWTH Aachen University. In the field of behavioural and experimental economics he is interested in market design. His primary research interests include investigating deviations from dominant-strategy play in strategy-proof mechanisms, auctions, and conditional cooperation in public good games.