CURRICULUM VITAEEducation | Employment and research experience | Publications in international refereed journals | Publications in Czech refereed journals | Chapters in monographs | Working papers | Unpublished papers | Teaching experience | Acting as a referee for journals | Research grants
This version: September 28, 2005
Born: October 2, 1970
Mgr. (M.Sc. equivalent), Physics, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic, June 1994, summa cum laude.
Ph.D., Economics, Center for Economic Research and Graduate Education (CERGE), Charles University, Prague, November 1999. GPA: 3.96
Employment and research experience:
- Part-time researcher at the Economics Institute (EI), Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague, January 1997-July 1998.
- Intern at the Harvard Institute for International Development (HIID), Cambridge, MA, USA, January-May 1998.
- Full-time researcher at EI from August 1998 to August 2002.
- Jean Monnet Fellow at the Department of Economics, European University Institute, San Domenico di Fiesole, Italy, September 2001-February 2002.
- Assistant professor (odborný asistent) at the Department of Economics and Management, Faculty of Informatics and Management, University of Hradec Králové, Czech Republic from September 2002.
- Macroeconomics (economic growth; adjustment costs; open economies; technological diffusion; non-neutrality of money; human capital; transition economies).
Publications in international refereed journals:
Duczynski, P., 2005 “Long-Run Current Account Deficits in Transition Economies: A Neoclassical Explanation,” Eastern European Economics, 43, 3, May - June, pp. 21-54. ISSN 0012-8775. Impact factor: 0.233 (2004).
Duczynski, P., 2003 "On the Empirics of the Imbalance Effect," International Journal of Business and Economics, 2, 2, August, pp. 121-128. ISSN 1607-0704.
Duczynski, P., 2003 “"Convergence in a Model with Technological Diffusion and Capital Mobility," Economic Modelling, 20, 4, July, pp. 729-740. ISSN 0264-9993. Impact factor: 0.236 (2003).
Duczynski, P., 2002 "Technological Diffusion in the Ramsey Model," International Journal of Business and Economics, 1, 3, December, pp. 243-250. ISSN 1607-0704.
Duczynski, P., 2002. "Adjustment Costs in a Two-Capital Growth Model," Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 26, 5, May, pp. 837-850. ISSN 0165-1889. Impact factor: 0.738 (2002).
Duczynski, P., 2000. "Capital Mobility in Neoclassical Models of Growth: Comment," American Economic Review, 90, 3, June, pp. 687-694. ISSN 0002-8282. Impact factor: 1.795 (2000).
Duczynski, P., Z. Chvoj, V. Chab, M. Ondrejcek, and H. Conrad, 1995. "A One-Dimensional Description of Surface Diffusion for Adlayers with Lateral Interactions," Surface Science, 331-333, pp. 249-254. ISSN 0039-6028. Impact factor: 2.851 (1995).
Publications in Czech refereed journals:
Duczynski, P., 2005. “On the Empirics of the Non-neutrality of Money: Evidence from Developed Countries,” Finance a úvěr - Czech Journal of Economics and Finance, 55, 5-6, June, pp. 267-282. ISSN 0015-1920. Impact factor 0.083 (2004).
Duczynski, P., 2004. “Preference Variations in the AK Model,” Bulletin of the Czech Econometric Society, 11, 20, July, pp. 29-44. ISSN 1212-074.
Duczynski, P., 2004. “On the Non-neutrality of Money: Evidence from the 1990s,” Prague Economic Papers, 13, 1, March, pp. 40-54. ISSN 1210-0455.
Duczynski, P., 2003. “On Extended Versions of the Solow-Swan Model,” Bulletin of the Czech Econometric Society, 10, 19, December, pp. 39-58. ISSN 1212-074x.
Duczynski, P., 2001. “Adjustment Costs in a Neoclassical Model with Capital Mobility,” Bulletin of the Czech Econometric Society, 8, 14, November, pp. 61-77. ISSN 1212-074x.
Duczynski, P., 2001. “On Educational Attainment in Transition Economies,” Prague Economic Papers, 10, 2, June, pp. 163-173. ISSN 1210-0455.
Duczynski, P., 1997. “Convergence in Neoclassical Models with Capital Mobility and Two Kinds of Capital,” Bulletin of the Czech Econometric Society, 4, 6, pp. 47-68. ISSN 1212-074x.
Chapters in monographs:
Czech Republic 2000: Quo Vadis? (edited by Jan Hanousek and Daniel Münich). Chapter III – Macroeconomy, pp. 28-43 (joint with Jan Brůha, Martin Jarolím, Evžen Kočenda, and Yuko Kinoshita). CERGE-EI, Prague, Czech Republic. ISBN 80-86288-43-9.
- A Note on the Imbalance Effect in the Uzawa-Lucas Model
- Asymmetric Adjustment Costs and the Imbalance Effect between Human and Physical Capital
- Comparative Analysis of Socio-Economic Indicators in a European Perspective
- Distribution of Net External Assets in Regions and States of the U.S.A.
- Does the Fisher Effect Apply in High Inflations?
- Models of Growth with Capital Contributing to Utility
- Myopia and the Economics of Nonrenewable Resources
- On Selected Aspects of the Uzawa-Lucas Model
- On Steady-State Solutions of Selected Endogenous Growth Models
- On the Autocorrelations of Changes in Output, Money, and Prices
- On the Correlations of Nominal Money and Real Output: A Simple Cross-Country Analysis
- On the Cyclical Behavior of the Current Account: Evidence from Developed Countries
- On the Empirics of the Nonneutrality of Money: Cross-Country Evidence
- On the Measurement of Net External Assets and the Association between the Current Account and Rates of Return on Capital
- On the Statics and Dynamics of Net External Assets (co-authored with Andrea Tóthová)
- The Velocity of Money and Nominal Interest Rates: Evidence from Developed and Latin-American Countries.
- On the Dependence of Economic Growth on Openness and Other Variables.
- Anglo-American College in Prague, Introduction to Macroeconomics, 1999 (lecturer).
- CERGE, Macroeconomics 0 (Preparatory Semester), 1998 and 1999 (co-lecturer), 2000 (lecturer), 2001 (co-lecturer).
- University of Hradec Králové, Makroekonomie 1,
- 2002 (combined studies, lecturer)
- 2003 (teaching assistant, 6 groups; combined studies, lecturer)
- 2004 (teaching assistant, 10 groups; combined studies, lecturer)
- 2005 (teaching assistant, 9 groups; combined studies, lecturer).
- University of Hradec Králové, Makroekonomie 2, 2003, 2004, (teaching assistant, 4 groups).
- University of Hradec Králové, Mikroekonomie 1, 2005, (teaching assistant, 10 groups).
- University of Hradec Králové, Microeconomics 1, 2003, 2004, 2005 (foreign students).
- University of Hradec Králové, International Finance, 2004 (one foreign student).
- University of Hradec Králové, Stock Exchanges and Financial Markets, 2004 (one foreign student).
- CERGE, Macroeconomics I, 1998 (teaching assistant), 1999 (co-lecturer).
- CERGE, Macroeconomics III, 1998, 1999, and 2000 (teaching assistant).
- CERGE, Advanced Macroeconomics II, 2001 (teaching assistant).
Acting as a referee for journals:
Referee for the American Economic Review (2000), the International Journal of Production Economics (2002), the Journal of Economic Growth (2002), the Journal of Economic Theory (2004), Economic Modelling (2004), and E+M Ekonomie a Management (2004, 2005).
Bachelor thesis supervision:
- Hana Kobrová (2005)
- Jakub Michalik (2005)
Diploma thesis supervision:
- Lucie Lindrová (2005)
“Comparative Analysis of Educational Attainment in Transition Economies,” Research Support Scheme of the Open Society Support Foundation, No. 235/1999, July 1999-July 2000, principal investigator.
“Fundamental Aspects of Net External Assets,” Global Development Network, CERGE-EI Foundation, GRC III-064, January 2003-April 2004, principal investigator.
“Specifické aspekty mezinárodního pohybu kapitálu, mezinárodního obchodu a růstu produktu s implikacemi pro českou ekonomiku,” (Specific Aspects of International Capital Flows, International Trade, and the Growth of Product with Implications for the Czech Economy), Grant Agency of the Czech Republic, No. 402/04/0642, January 2004-December 2006, partner.