The Department of Economics at the Faculty of Economics and Administration (Masaryk University, Brno) is inviting PhD applicants in the field of empirical microeconomics, behavioral and experimental economics. The overarching theme of the PhD topics is analysis of individual behavior. Students and recent graduates with a background in economics, finance, management, statistics, psychology, and related disciplines are invited to apply.
Any of the following research areas is of particular interest:
1. Environmental economics
2. Experimental economics
3. Labor economics and migration
4. Health economics
Successful applicants will work within a research group of Masaryk University Experimental Economics Laboratory (MUEEL). You will be supervised by one of senior scholars from the research group.
To apply, please check the profile of potential supervisor and submit
to the prospective supervisor according to your research interest and his/her area of expertise: Assoc. Prof. Rostislav Staněk (Rostislav.Stanek@econ.muni.cz) for experimental and behavioral economics; Dr. Štěpán Mikula (Stepan.Mikula@econ.muni.cz) for empirical microeconomics.
Once your future supervisor agrees, you may officially apply via our online application which is available at: https: // muni.cz/go/945543. A fee for one application at the Faculty of Economics and Administration is 600 CZK. The online application requires you to submit the following documents (in English):
30th November 2022, 23:59 (course start date in February 2023)
30th April 2023, 23:59 (course start date in September 2023)
In case of any questions regarding the PhD programs in general or the application process, please contact Lucie Přikrylová (email@example.com).
You can also find information on our website. We recommend you to read the Terms and Conditions of Admission to the Faculty of Economics and Administration as well.
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PhD students initially receive a minimal fellowship of 15,500 CZK (approx. 600 EUR) per month for 24 months. After successful defense of their research proposal and first results, minimal funding of 18,000 CZK (approx. 700 EUR) per month is extended of additional 24 months. In addition, there is a possibility to apply for travel allowances, to participate in a students' grant competition with a high success rate and to participate in research projects with external funding. PhD students typically spend at least one semester at a research-stay at an international university in Europe. There is no tuition fee.Offer Requirements
The ideal candidate:
Previous (research) experience, although not required, is considered a bonus.Contact Information