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Awards

Award for the best CNB working paper

2016

  • Diana Žigraiová and Tomáš Havránek for Bank Competition and Financial Stability: Much Ado About Nothing? (CNB WP 2/2015), published in Journal of Economic Surveys
  • Oxana Babecká Kucharčuková, Peter Claeys and Bořek Vašíček for Spillover of the ECB's Monetary policy Outside the Euro Area: How Different is Conventional from Unconventional Policy? (CNB WP 15/2014), published in Journal of Policy Modelling

2015

  • Tomáš Havránek, Roman Horváth, Zuzana Iršová and Marek Rusnák for Cross-Country Heterogeneity in Intertemporal Substitution (CNB WP 6/2014), published in Journal of International Economics
  • Peter Claeys a Bořek Vašíček for Measuring Sovereign Bond Spillover in Europe and the Impact of Rating News (CNB WP 7/2012), published in Journal of Banking and Finance

2014

  • Tomáš Havránek and Marek Rusnák for the working paper Transmission Lags of Monetary Policy: A Meta-Analysis (CNB WP 10/2012), published in International Journal of Central Banking
  • Michal Franta, Jozef Baruník, Roman Horváth and Kateřina Šmídková for the working paper Are Bayesian Fan Charts Useful for Central Banks? Uncertainty, Forecasting, and Financial Stability Stress Tests (CNB WP 10/2011), published in International Journal of Central Banking

2013

  • Jan Babecký, Tomáš Havránek, Jakub Matějů, Marek Rusnák and Bořek Vašíček for the working paper Early Warning Indicators of Economic Crises: Evidence from a Panel of 40 Developed Countries (CNB WP 8/2011), published in Journal of International Money and Finance

2012

  • Tomáš Havránek and Zuzana Iršová for the working paper Which Foreigners Are Worth Wooing? A Meta-Analysis of Vertical Spillovers from FDI (CNB WP 3/2010), published in Journal of International Economics

2011

  • Jan Babecký, Philip Du Caju, Theodora Kosma, Martina Lawless, Julián Messina and Tairi Rõõm for the working paper The Margins of Labour Cost Adjustment: Survey Evidence from European Firms (CNB WP 7/2010), published in Scandinavian Journal of Economics

2010

  • Magda Morgese Borys, Roman Horváth and Michal Franta for the working paper Effects of Monetary Policy in the Czech Republic: An Empirical Study (CNB WP 4/2008), published in Empirica
  • Jan Brůha, Jiří Podpiera and Stanislav Polák for the working paper Convergence of a Transition Economy: The Case of the Czech Republic (CNB WP 3/2007), published in Economic Modelling

2009

  • Roman Horváth for the working paper Time-Varying Policy Neutral Rate in Real Time: A Predictor for Future Inflation? ČNB WP 4/2007
  • Jan Filáček for the working paper Why and How to Assess Inflation Target Fulfilment CNB WP 11/2007

2008

  • Anca Pruteanu for the working paper The Role of Banks in the Czech Monetary Transmission Mechanism ČNB WP 3/2004
  • Aleš Bulíř and Jaromír Hurník for the working paper The Maastricht Inflation Criteria: ‘Saints’ and ‘Sinners’ ČNB WP 8/2006

2007

  • Roman Horváth for the working paper Exchange rate variability, pressures and optimum currency area criteria: Implications for the central and eastern european countries – ČNB WP 8/2005
  • Daniel Münich and Kamil Galuščák for the working paper Structural and cyclical unemployment: What can we derive from the matching function? – ČNB WP 2/2005

2006

  • Martin Cincibuch and Jiří Podpiera for the working paper Beyond Balassa - Samuelson: Real appreciation in tradables in transition countries – ČNB WP9/2004
  • Jan Babecký for the working paper EU Enlargement and Endogeneity of some OCA Criteria: Evidence from the CEECs – ČNB WP2/2004

2005

  • Viktor Kotlán and Michal Skořepa for the working paper Inflation targeting: To forecast or to simulate? – ČNB RPN1/2003
  • Alexis Derviz for the working paper Components of the Czech koruna risk premium in a multiple-dealer FX market – ČNB WP 4/200

 

Awards of CNB economists (from 2006 onwards)

2016

  • Adam Kučera – 1st Prize, Young Economist (Czech Economic Society Award)

2015

  • Volha Audzei – 1st Prize, František Vencovský Award (The Institute of Finance and Administration Award)
  • Jakub Matějů – 1st Prize, Young Economist (Czech Economic Society Award)
  • Kateřina Šmídková – VIA BONA Award for Philanthropy (VIA Foundation award)

2014

  • Tomáš Havránek – UniCredit & Universities Best PhD Thesis Award (UniCredit & Universities foundation award)
  • Simona Malovaná – Karel Engliš Prize, Young Economist (Czech Economic Society Award)
  • Marek Rusnák – Outstanding Award of the Rector of Charles University for research

2013

  • Jakub Matějů – 2nd Prize, Young Economist (Czech Economic Society Award)

2012

  • Tomáš Havránek and Marek Rusnák - 1st Prize, Young Economist (Czech Economic Society Award)

2011

  • Adam Geršl and Jakub Seidler – 1st Prize, František Vencovský Award (The Institute of Finance and Administration Award)
  • Tomáš Havránek - 3rd Prize, Young Economist (Czech Economic Society Award)
  • Tomáš Havránek - Medal for Research and Development, First Prize (Award of the Global Development Network)

2010

  • Tomáš Havránek - 3rd Prize, Young Economist (Czech Economic Society Award)
  • Roman Horváth - EACES Award (Award of the European Association of Comparative Economic Studies for best doctoral dissertation)

2009

  • Tomáš Havránek - Karel Engliš Prize, Young Economist (Czech Economic Society Award)
  • Tomáš Havránek - Olga Radzyner Award (Austrian National Bank Award)
  • Jakub Seidler - Financial Risk Management Award (Centre des Professions Financières Award)
  • Jakub Seidler - 3rd Prize, Czech Econometric Society Award

2008

  • Jan Babecký – Olga Radzyner Award (Austrian National Bank Award)
  • Petr Jakubík – Financial Stability Institute Award (Bank for International Settlements Award)
  • Branislav Saxa – Karel Engliš Prize, Young Economist (Czech Economic Society Award)

2007

  • Jan Brůha and Jiří Podpiera – Olga Radzyner Award (Austrian National Bank Award)
  • Adam Geršl – 1st Prize, František Vencovský Award (The Institute of Finance and Administration Award)
  • Filip Novotný – 1st Prize, František Vencovský Award (The Institute of Finance and Administration Award)
  • Filip Rozsypal – 3rd Prize, Young Economist (Czech Economic Society Award)

2006

  • Roman Horváth – Karel Engliš Prize, Young Economist (Czech Economic Society Award)
  • Roman Horváth – 2nd Prize, Young Economist (Czech Economic Society Award)
  • Petr Jakubík – 3rd Prize, Young Economist (Czech Economic Society Award)
  • Petr Jakubík – Bolzano Award (Award of the Rector of the Charles University in Prague)