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Tomáš Havránek

Advisor to the Board
Phone: +420 224 412 318
Fields: monetary policy, international macroeconomics, meta-analysis
Education: Ph.D. (economics), Charles University in Prague, 2013

Work in Progress

  • Do Consumers Really Follow a Rule of Thumb? Three Thousand Estimates from 130 Studies Say “Probably Not” (with Anna Sokolova; web)
  • A Meta-Analysis of the Capital-Labor Substitution Elasticity (with Zuzana Iršová; web)
  • Habit Formation in Consumption: A Meta-Analysis (with Marek Rusnák and Anna Sokolova; revise and resubmit in European Economic Review)

Recent CNB Publications

Selected Publications in Refereed Journals

Other Information

Long-term research stays abroad: 
University of California, Berkeley, 2014
University of Helsinki, 2008

According to RePEc he is currently the most cited Czech economist. He also ranks globally among the 20 most influential young economists and the top economists in his cohort.

  • Best PhD thesis award (2014) by the UniCredit & Universities Foundation (best PhD thesis in economics and finance in the 17 countries where UniCredit operates)
  • Young Economist Award (2012) by the Czech Economic Society
  • Medal on Research and Development (2010) by the Global Development Network, World Bank
  • Olga Radzyner Award (2009) by the Austrian National Bank (best research work on European integration)
  • Karel Englis Prize (2009) by Charles University (best alumnus in social sciences)
  • Best Publication Award (2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012) by the Czech National Bank

Reviewed more than 80 manuscripts for journals including the Journal of International Economics, Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, and International Journal of Forecasting (reviewer profile). Regularly reviews working papers, dissertations, and grant applications for various institutions including the ECB.

Publications in Scopus
Citations in Google Scholar

Married; three children: Kristína (2011), Daniel (2013), and Filip (2015).