The members of the Department of Economics have a long tradition of publishing in prestigious international journals, see below the list of the most notable ones.

A list of all publications can be found in the Database of the publications of the University of Economics.

Selected publications:

Berggren, N. and Gutmann, J. (2020). ”Securing Personal Freedom through Institutions: The Role of Electoral Democracy and Judicial Independence”. European Journal of Law and Economics, forthcoming. Link (open access).

Kalíšková, K. 2020. “Tax and Transfer Policies and the Female Labor Supply in the EU.”  Empirical Economics, 58(2): 749–775. (Link)

Berggren, N., Bergh, A., Bjørnskov, C. and Tanaka, S. (2020). “Migrants and Life Satisfaction: The Role of the Country of Origin and the Country of Residence”. Kyklos, forthcoming.

Berggren, N. and Bjørnskov, C. (2020). “Corruption, Judicial Accountability and Inequality: Unfair Procedures May Benefit the Worst-Off”. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 170(February): 341-354. Link.

Willard, A. K., Cingl, L., & Norenzayan, A. (2020). Cognitive Biases and Religious Belief: A path model replication in the Czech Republic and Slovakia with a focus on anthropomorphism. Social Psychological and Personality Science 11(1) 97-106 (Linklink to preprint)

Cahlíková, J., Cingl, L. and Levely, I. (2019). “How Stress Affects Performance and Competitiveness across Gender” Management Science, forthcoming (Link)

Bičáková, A., & Kalíšková, K. 2019. “(Un)intended Effects of Parental Leave Policies: Evidence from the Czech Republic.” Labour Economics, 61(December): 1–15

Bertoli, P., & Grembi, V. (2019). Malpractice Risk and Medical Treatment Selection. Journal of Public Economics, 174, 22-35 Link

Berggren, N., Ljunge, M. and Nilsson, T. (2019). „Roots of Tolerance Among Second-Generation Immigrants“. Journal of Institutional Economics, , 15(6): 999-1016. LinkPdf.

Berggren, N. and Bjørnskov, C. (2019). „Do Voters Dislike Liberalizing Reforms? New Evidence Using Data on Satisfaction with Democracy“. Journal of Institutional Economics, 15(4): 631-648. LinkPdf

Miklánek, T.  (2018) Information Asymmetry and Exposure Effects in Dictator Games. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics 77 (December): 29–39 Link 

Čadil, J., Mirošník, K., Petkovová, L., Mirvald, M. (2018) Public Support of Private R&D – Effects on Economic Sustainability. Sustainability 10(12). 4612 Link

l’Haridon, O., Vieider, F., Aycinena, D., Bandur, A., Belianin, A., Cingl, L., Kothial, A., and P. Martinsson (2018). “Off the Charts: Massive Unexplained Heterogeneity in a Global Study of Ambiguity Attitudes.” Review of Economics and Statistics 100(4), 664-677  Link

Berggren, Niclas, Jordahl, Henrik and Poutvaara, Panu (2017). ”The Right Look: Conservative Politicians Look Better and Voters Reward It”. Journal of Public Economics, 146(February): 79-86. Link

Cahlíková, J., & Cingl, L. (2017). Risk preferences under acute stress. Experimental Economics, 20(1), 209–236. Link

Feldman, N. E., Katuščák, P., & Kawano, L. (2016). Taxpayer confusion: Evidence from the child tax credit. American Economic Review, 106(3), 807–835. Link

Katuščák, P., Michelucci, F., & Zajíček, M. (2015). Does feedback really matter in one-shot first-price auctions? Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 119, 139–152. Link

Amaral-Garcia, S., Bertoli, P., & Grembi, V. (2015). Does Experience Rating Improve Obstetric Practices? Evidence From Italy. Health Economics, 24, 1050–1064. Link