Mathematical Methods in Economics 2013

List of participants

Number of registered participants 286
# Name/Institution Title of contribution Abstract accepted Conf. Fee
1 Václav Adamec
Mendel University
Decision support system for plant variety testing in the Czech Republic Accepted Conference fee paid
2 Ing Jiří Alina Ph.D.
Ekonomická fakulta Jihočeské univerzity
THE MODELS OF CALCULATION OF EXTERNAL COST CONNECTED WITH ROAD TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS, FOCUS ON STATISTICAL VALUAE OF LIFE Accepted -
3 Martin Bacovský
University of Hradec Králové, Faculty of Informatics and Management
Inverse fuzzy eigenproblem in databases Accepted Conference fee paid
4 Eduard Baumohl
University of Economics in Bratislava
A note on the methods of constructing weekly stock market returns Accepted Conference fee paid
5 Přemysl Bejda
Mathematical-Physical faculty, Charles University
Generalization of geometric median Accepted Conference fee paid
6 Ludek Benada
ESF MUNI
Dependence of stock return in the Prague Stock Exchange on the oil price Accepted -
7 Ladislav Beranek
Faculty of Economics of the University of South Bohemia
The use of belief functions for the detection of internet auction fraud Accepted Conference fee paid
8 Zuzana Berná
Faculty of Economics and Administration, Masaryk University
Different matching in public goods experiments with punishment opportunity Accepted -
9 LUCIO BERTOLI BARSOTTI
UNIVERSITY OF BERGAMO
Similarity measures for response patterns on dichotomously scored items Accepted -
10 Jacek Białek
University of Lodz
Average rate of return of pension or investment funds based on original, stochastic and continuous price index Accepted Conference fee paid
11 Jaroslav Bil
Masaryk University
Measuring European railway efficiency using DEA approach Accepted Conference fee paid
12 Sára Bisová
University of Economics Prague
Responses to Monetary Policy Shock in the Czech Republic Accepted Conference fee paid
13 Agáta Bodnárová
UHK
Efficiency of the Centralized Data Flow Management Accepted -
14 Adam Borovička
University of Economics in Prague
Fuzzy multiple criteria evaluation method Accepted Conference fee paid
15 Jana Borůvková
VŠPJ
Modeling Company Output As a Function Of Its Major Inputs Accepted -
16 Ing. Josef Botlík
Slezská univerzita v Opavě, Obchodně podnikatelská fakulta v Karviné
Determination of precedence in the network model for the region´s analysis Accepted Conference fee paid
17 Ing. MIlena Botlíková
Silesian University in Opava School of Business Administration in Karvina
Consumption tax as a tool for greening transport Accepted Conference fee paid
18 Ing. Milan Bouda
Vysoká škola ekonomická v Praze
The Empirical Analysis of the Taylor Rule Accepted Conference fee paid
19 Martin Branda
Charles University in Prague
Diversification-consistent DEA-risk tests - solution techniques and an empirical comparison Accepted Conference fee paid
20 doc. RNDr. Helena Brozova CSc.
FEM CULS Prague
Multiple criteria evaluation of the activities criticalness in the Project management Accepted Conference fee paid
21 Tomáš Cahlík
VŠE Praha
Data Envelopment Analysis of the Europe 2020 Strategy Accepted Conference fee paid
22 Matej Cebecauer
Fakulta riadenia a informatiky, Žilinská Univerzita
An influence of demographic data aggregation on the accuracy of location Accepted Conference fee paid
23 Ing. Richard Cimler
UHK
Fuzzy Methods in Land Use Modeling for Archaeology Accepted Conference fee paid
24 doc. RNDr. Jan Coufal CSc.
University of Economics Prague
Starting Point for the Calculus of Variations Accepted Conference fee paid
25 Jan Čapek
Masaryk University
Real-time versus revised Czech data: a DSGE analysis Accepted Conference fee paid
26 Jan Čapek
Masaryk University
Stability of DSGE model results in different versions of Dynare software Accepted Conference fee paid
27 Mgr. Šárka Čemerková Ph.D.
Silesian University in Opava, School of Business Administration in Karvina
Analysis of congress tourism development in the Moravian-Silesian Region Accepted Conference fee paid
28 Anna Černá
University of Economics in Prague, Faculty of Management
Loading of Heterogeneous Truck Fleet by Heavy Objects Accepted -
29 Prof. RNDr. Jan Černý DrSc., dr. h. c.
University of Economics in Prague
Partially Joint Transport on Networks Accepted Conference fee paid
30 Michal Černý
University of Economics, Prague
Interval data and linear regression: some properties and examples of the possibilistic approach Accepted Conference fee paid
31 Ondřej Čížek
University of Economics in Prague
Modeling Effects of Economic Crisis on Potential Output: Application to the Eurozone Accepted Conference fee paid
32 Oleg Deev
Masaryk University
Network Analysis of European Financial Institutions CDS Market Accepted -
33 Zuzana Dlouhá
University of Economics in Prague
RAROI or IRR? Accepted Conference fee paid
34 Martin Dlouhý
University of Economics in Prague
Subsidy Allocation as a Coalition Game Accepted Conference fee paid
35 Michal Dorda
VŠB - TU Ostrava
On Finite Single-Server Queue Subject to Non-Preemptive Breakdowns Accepted Conference fee paid
36 Petra Dotlacilova
University of Economics in Prague
DERAS versus MS EXCEL Solver in Levelling the Life Expectancy at Birth Accepted Conference fee paid
37 Libor Dušek
CERGE-EI
Time of Punishment: The Effects of a Shorter and Simpler Criminal Procedure on Crime Rates Accepted -
38 Stanislava Dvořáková
College of Polytechnics Jihlava
Modelling financial flows of development projects subsidized from European funds Accepted Conference fee paid
39 Jan Fábry Ph.D.
University of Economics Prague
Capacitated Postman Problem Accepted Conference fee paid
40 Prof., Ing. Michal Fendek PhD.
University of Economics Bratislava
Kuhn-Tucker optimality conditions in Model of a Monopoly Production Price Differentiation Accepted -
41 Prof., Ing. Eleonora Fendekova PhD.
University of Economics Bratislava
Kuhn-Tucker optimality conditions in Model of a Monopoly Production Price Differentiation Accepted Conference fee paid
42 Petr Fiala
University of Economics Prague
Equilibrium analyses in allocation games Accepted Conference fee paid
43 Roman Fiala
College of Polytechnics Jihlava
Modeling Company Output As a Function Of Its Major Inputs Accepted -
44 Ing. Milos Fisar
Faculty of Economics and Administration, Masaryk University
Corruption behavior as expected utility problem - laboratory investigation Accepted -
45 Jakub Fischer
University of Economics, Prague
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46 Miloš Fišar
ESF MU
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47 doc.Ing. Lenka Fojtíková Ph.D.
VSB-TU Ostrava, Faculty of Economics
Quantitative Evaluation of the EU´s Export Potential to Russia Using the Gravity Model Accepted Conference fee paid
48 Ing. Tomáš Formánek Ph.D.
VŠE Praha
Output gap and structural shock estimates for Czech Republic and other selected EU members Accepted Conference fee paid
49 Ing. Jiri Franek
VSB-TUO
A Model of Strategic Decision Making using decomposition SWOT-ANP method Accepted Conference fee paid
50 Gregory Fridman
St.Petersburg State University of Economics
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51 Ludvík Friebel
University of South Bohemia, Faculty of Economics
Stochastic analysis of costs during pig breeding process Accepted Conference fee paid
52 Wojciech Gamrot
Katowice University of Economics
On Active Set Method and Second-Order Inclusion Probabilities Accepted Conference fee paid
53 Ing Jana Godarová
Masaryk University, Faculty of Economics and Administration
Selected benefits for families with children in the Czech Republic Accepted -
54 Jan Górecki
OPF SLU
An Alternative Approach to the Structure Determination of Hierarchical Archimedean Copulas Accepted Conference fee paid
55 Ladislava Grochová
MENDELU in Brno
Quantitative modelling of consumption patterns in the CEEC Accepted Conference fee paid
56 Haochen Guo
VŠB-TU Ostrava
Option pricing and partial hedging in the Black-Scholes Model Accepted -
57 Monika Hadaś - Dyduch
University of Economics in Katowice
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58 Monika Hadaś - Dyduch
University of Economics in Katowice
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59 Vladimír Hajko
Masaryk University, The Faculty of Economics and Administration
LMD1 decomposition of the changes in the industrial energy consumption in the Czech Republic Accepted Conference fee paid
60 Doc. Ing. Jana Hanclova CSc.
Faculty of Economics, VSB-TUO
Individual and panel modeling of foreign business cycle transmission on small open economics Accepted Conference fee paid
61 Simona Hašková
University of Economics in Prague
Microeconomic view on the inventory optimization problem Accepted Conference fee paid
62 Veronika Hedija
College of Polytechnics Jihlava
Comparison the Gender Wage Differences in the Selected Czech Hospitals Accepted Conference fee paid
63 Martina Hedvičáková
University of Hradec Kralove
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64 Radek Hendrych
Charles University in Prague
Another View on Time-Varying Correlations: The Case of Stocks and Bonds Accepted Conference fee paid
65 Ing. Tomáš Heryán Ph.D.
Silesian University in Opava, School of Business Administration in Karviná
Financial derivatives position's estimation of the CZ banks Accepted -
66 Robert Hlavatý
CULS, FEM
On alternative remedy for multicollinearity in data set Accepted Conference fee paid
67 Miroslav Hloušek
Masaryk University
DSGE model with housing sector: application to the Czech economy Accepted Conference fee paid
68 Dr.-Ing. Jiří Hofman
University of West Bohemia, Faculty of Economics
Measurement of operational complexity of supplier-customer system using entropy – a case study Accepted Conference fee paid
69 RNDr Marie Hojdarová CSc
VŠPJ JIhlava
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70 Petra Horáčková
VŠPJ
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71 Šárka Horáková
ESF MU
- - Conference fee paid
72 Richard Horský
University of Economics, Prague
The Spectral Properties of the Lag Operator Accepted Conference fee paid
73 Milan Houška
Czech University of Life Sciences Prague
On Graphical Optimization of Linear Programming Models in the Column Space Accepted Conference fee paid
74 Juraj Hruška
Masaryk University - Faculty of Economics and Administration
Implementation of logistic regression into technical analysis Accepted Conference fee paid
75 Ing. Eva Chalúpková
VSB-Technical University of Ostrava
Comparison of the AHP and ANP approach to Investment Decision Making Accepted Conference fee paid
76 Magdalena Chmielińska
University of Economics in Katowice
Using Pearson distribution system to monitor a process, which distribution is unknown Accepted Conference fee paid
77 Ing. Michaela Chocholatá PhD.
University of Economics in Bratislava
The Global Financial Crisis and Stock Returns: Evidence from the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland Accepted Conference fee paid
78 Silvie Chudárková
Silesian University in Opava, School of Business Administration in Karviná
Production Function and Human Capital: The Case of Visegrad Countries Accepted Conference fee paid
79 Josef Jablonský
University of Economics, Prague
Analysis of efficiency in multi-period production systems: an application to performance evaluation in education Accepted Conference fee paid
80 Robert Jahoda
ESF MU
The SGP - faulty by design or made faulty by politicians? An assessment based on simulation model. Accepted -
81 Jaroslav Janacek
University of Zilina
Public service system design with disutility relevance estimation Accepted Conference fee paid
82 Jitka Janová
Mendel University in Brno
On the constraints in optimal managing of natural resources systems Accepted Conference fee paid
83 Eva Javorska
University of Economics, Prague
- - Conference fee paid
84 Tomáš Jeřábek
Masaryk University
Model averaging using predictive likelihood Accepted -
85 Filip Ježek
Silesian University in Opava, School of Business Administration
Wealth and Poverty - Measuring Social Welfare Accepted -
86 Petr Jiříček
VŠPJ
Modelling financial flows of development projects subsidized from European funds Accepted Conference fee paid
87 Jana Juriová
VŠB-Technical University of Ostrava
Examining relations between Slovakia and foreign partners: a cointegrated vector autoregressive approach Accepted Conference fee paid
88 Veronika Kajurová
Faculty of Economics and Administration, Masaryk University
Interactions between sovereign credit default swaps and bonds: The case of EU countries Accepted Conference fee paid
89 Vlasta Kaňková
Institute of Information Theory and Automation of the AS CR
Economic and Financial Problems via Multiobjective Stochastic Optimization Accepted Conference fee paid
90 Ing. Kateřina Kashi
VŠB-TU Ostrava
Finding Key Competencies: Analytic Hierarchy Process in Human Resources Accepted -
91 Nikola Kaspříková
Vysoká škola ekonomická v Praze
Performance of the simple heuristic algorithms for the clustering of countries with respect to food supply Accepted Conference fee paid
92 Zuzana Kiszová
Silesian university in Opava, School of Business Administration in Karvina
Consistency versus transitivity in pair-wise comparison matrices Accepted Conference fee paid
93 Zuzana Kiszová
Silesian university in Opava, School of Business Administration in Karvina
On the analytic hierarchy process with conflicting criteria Accepted Conference fee paid
94 Doc. RNDr. Jindřich L. Klapka CSc, HonD.L.
Brno University of Technology
Some of the Results of the Mathematics Group in the Institute of Automation and Computer Science Accepted Conference fee paid
95 Martin Klicnar
University of South Bohemia
Multicategorical Ordinal Response Models Accepted Conference fee paid
96 Jana Klicnarová
University of South Bohemia
A note on quantiles for multidimensional data Accepted Conference fee paid
97 Ing. Miroslav Kľúčik
VSB-Technical University of Ostrava
Representative firm's decisions and leading indicators Accepted Conference fee paid
98 Jindřich Klůfa
University of Economics, Prague
Optimal AOQL Sampling Plans for Inspection by Variables Accepted Conference fee paid
99 Renata Klufová
University of South Bohemia
Demographic ageing and its economic consequences Accepted Conference fee paid
100 Radka Knězáčková
Univerzita Pardubice
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101 Jan Kodera
University of Economics, Prague
Eliminating the Ambiguity of Composite Indices in Continuum Economics Accepted Conference fee paid
102 Michal Koháni
Zilinska univerzita v Ziline
Impact of changes in fares and demand to the tariff zones design Accepted Conference fee paid
103 Ing. Roman Kolář
VSB-TU Ostrava
Verification of successfulness of automatic trading systems using technical analysis by Monte Carlo analysis Accepted Conference fee paid
104 Pavel Kolman
Mendel University in Brno
Time minimizing transportation of calamity fallen timber Accepted -
105 Veronika Končiková
Masaryk University
Role of gravity in Czech automotive industry trade Accepted -
106 Miloš Kopa
Charles University in Prague, MFF
Portfolio efficiency with respect to higher order stochastic dominance criteria Accepted Conference fee paid
107 Ing. Jana Kovářová
VŠB-TU Ostrava
Verification of the Linder Hypothesis with using the Gravity Model of International Trade Accepted Conference fee paid
108 Ing. Petr Kozel Ph.D.
VŠB - Technická univerzita Ostrava
Coordination of bus departures in group of bus stops Accepted -
109 Petr Královič
EkF VŠB-TU Ostrava
Application of structural models in Credit Risk Accepted Conference fee paid
110 Jana Kramulová
University of Economics, Prague
Analysis of competitiveness of selected countries using AHP models Accepted Conference fee paid
111 Ondřej Krčál
Faculty of Economics, Masaryk university
Explaining the differences in on-trade prices of beer in Europe Accepted Conference fee paid
112 Jana Krejčí
Palacký University, Olomouc
A proper fuzzification of Saaty´s scale and an improved method for computing fuzzy weights in fuzzy AHP Accepted Conference fee paid
113 RNDr. Jana Krejčová
College of Polytechnics Jihlava
Credit scoring methods Accepted -
114 Michal Krempl
VŠB TU Ostrava
Allocation of Trains to Platforms at Railway Station Accepted Conference fee paid
115 Aleš Kresta
VŠB - TU Ostrava
VaR backtesting results under different volatility models Accepted Conference fee paid
116 Ladislav Krištoufek
ÚTIA AV ČR
Measuring capital market efficiency: Fractal dimension, approximate entropy and long memory Accepted Conference fee paid
117 Ladislav Krištoufek
ÚTIA AV ČR
Mixed-correlated ARFIMA processes for power-law cross-correlations Accepted Conference fee paid
118 Ales Kubena
UTIA
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119 Adam Kubetta
Charles University in Prague
Empirical copula for missing observations Accepted Conference fee paid
120 Andrea Kubišová
VŠPJ
Sensitivity Analysis of Linear Programming Solutions in Two Phase Simplex Method Accepted -
121 RNDr. Petr Kučera Ph.D.
Czech University of Life Sciences
Contribution of Simple Heuristics for the Vehicle Routing Problem – A Case Study of a Small Brewery Accepted Conference fee paid
122 Zuzana Kučerová
Faculty of Economics VŠB-TU Ostrava
The Synchronization of the Financial and Trade Integration of the EU10 Countries by Using the Method of Classical and Dynamic Correlation Accepted Conference fee paid
123 Vojtěch Kuna
Masaryk University
Pay-to-Bid Auctions: Evidence from Czech Data Accepted Conference fee paid
124 Martina Kuncová
University of Economics, Prague
Economic Analysis of Czech Regions by econometric models, MCDM and DEA Accepted Conference fee paid
125 Michal Kvasnička
Masaryk University
Markets, social networks, endogenous preferences, and opinion leaders Accepted Conference fee paid
126 Michal Kvasnička
Masaryk University
Payoff size variation problem in simple reinforcement learning algorithms Accepted Conference fee paid
127 Petr Lachout
Charles University in Praha
Time series representation and appropriate estimation Accepted Conference fee paid
128 Tommaso Lando
VSB-TU Ostrava
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129 Jitka Langhamrova
University of Economics in Prague
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130 Maria Lapina
National Research University Higher School of Economics
A new single-class demand unconstraining method Accepted -
131 doc. Ing. Marian Lebiedzik Ph.D.
Silesian University in Opava School of Business Administration in Karviná
Levels of synchronisation between the economic cycles of the Czech Republic, Poland and Hungary and the Eurozone as an important precondition for the trouble-free introduction of the Euro as common currency Accepted -
132 Dagmar Linnertová
Masaryk University
A Panel Data Analysis of ETFs short selling activity Accepted -
133 Hana Lipovská
Masaryk University
Income Inequality and Gross Domestic Private Product Growth in Different Groups of Countries Accepted Conference fee paid
134 Filip Lorenz
VŠB - TUO
Periodic Timetable of Routes with Closed Scheduling Vehicles and Time Coordination in One Point Optimization Models. Accepted Conference fee paid
135 Doc. RNDr. Ing. Ladislav Lukáš CSc.
University of West Bohemia, Faculty of Economics
Numerical investigation of 3-D nonlinear financial model Accepted Conference fee paid
136 Stefan Lyocsa
University of Economics in Bratislava
- - Conference fee paid
137 Ing. Aleš Máca
Czech University of Life Sciences Prague
Criteria Disparity between Service Level of NGOs Accepted -
138 Tomáš Machálek
University of Hradec Králové
Fuzzy Methods in Land Use Modeling for Archaeology Accepted -
139 Ing. Tomáš Majer
Žilinská univerzita v Žiline, Fakulta riadenia a informatiky
Shortest Path Problem In Huge Graphs Making Use of Reachness of Vertices Accepted Conference fee paid
140 Ing. Ingrid Majerová Dr.
Silesian Univeristy in Opava, School of Business Administration in Karviná
Verification of the Okun’s Law Regarding Selected Newly Industrialized Countries Accepted Conference fee paid
141 Marta Malecka
University of Lodz
Application of probability weighted method of moments to estimation of financial return distribution tail Accepted Conference fee paid
142 Marta Malecka
University of Lodz
Construction of a synthetic measure of efficiency of multi-pillar pension systems Accepted Conference fee paid
143 Marta Malecka
University of Lodz
Influence of transition matrix in bonus-malus systems on tariff effectiveness in car insurance Accepted Conference fee paid
144 Lubos Marek
University of Economics, Prague
Probability models for wage distributions Accepted Conference fee paid
145 Ing. Dominika Maťašová
VSE in Prague
Dynamic models of network coordination games Accepted -
146 Takashi Matsuhisa
Ibaraki National College of Technology
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147 Markéta Matulová
ESF MU, Brno
Multicriteria decision making methods in quality management Accepted -
148 Petra Matušková
VŠB-TU Ostrava
Monte Carlo simulation methods as estimation tool for capital requirements Accepted Conference fee paid
149 Petr Mazouch
University of Economics, Prague
Categorical data imputation under MAR missing scheme Accepted Conference fee paid
150 Jiří Mazurek
School of Business Administration in Karvina
Multiple criteria decision making with ordinal preferences Accepted Conference fee paid
151 Jiří Mazurek
School of Business Administration in Karvina
On Decision Making under Risk with Continuous States of Nature Accepted Conference fee paid
152 Ing. Aleš Melecký Ph.D.
VSB-TUO
Non-Performing Loans in the Czech Republic: Lag Structure Identification of the Macroeconomic Determinants Accepted Conference fee paid
153 Ing. Lukáš Melecký
Faculty of Economics, VŠB-Technical University of Ostrava
The Comparison of EU15 and EU12 Countries` Efficiency by Application of DEA Approach Accepted Conference fee paid
154 Ing. Elena Mielcová Ph.D.
Silesian University in Opava, School of Business Administration in Karviná
Concept of spatial power indices with applications on real voting data from the Lower House of the Czech Parliament Accepted Conference fee paid
155 Mgr Grzegorz Marek MICHALSKI PhD
Wroclaw University of Economics
Analysis of influence of current assets investment on firm value. An empirical testimony from Polish and Czech data. Accepted -
156 Stepan Mikula
ESF MU
Cyclical unemployment behavior and labor markets institutions Accepted Conference fee paid
157 Artur Mikulec
University of Lodz
Construction of a synthetic measure of efficiency of multi-pillar pension systems Accepted Conference fee paid
158 RNDr. Monika Molnárová PhD.
TU of Košice
Robustness of (0-1) Monge fuzzy matrices Accepted Conference fee paid
159 Tomáš Motl
Masaryk University
The Influence of the Banking Sector Productivity on the Dynamics of the Czech Economy Accepted -
160 Petr Mynařík
University of Economics in Prague
A pension reform and pension savings Accepted -
161 RNDr. Helena Myšková PhD.
TU Košice
Robustness of interval matrices in max-drast algebra Accepted Conference fee paid
162 Mgr. Kateřina Myšková Ph.D.
FBE MENDELU
Comparing the monetary policy before and during the crisis for Visegrád group countries Accepted Conference fee paid
163 Stanislav Nagy
Charles University in Prague
Coordinatewise Characteristics of Functional Data Accepted Conference fee paid
164 Ing. Zuzana Němcová
University of Hradec Králové, Faculty of Informatics and management
Periodicity in fuzzy discrete events systems Accepted Conference fee paid
165 Daniel Němec
Masaryk University, Faculty of Economics and Administration
Evaluating labour market flexibility in V4 countries Accepted Conference fee paid
166 Ing. Jan Nevima Ph.D.
Silesian university in Opava, School of Business Administration in Karvina
Competitiveness of Czech and Slovak NUTS 2 regions measured by AHP and equal importance method Accepted Conference fee paid
167 Martina Novotná
VŠB-TU Ostrava, EkF
Estimation of quantitative rating systems and application to bond rating prediction Accepted Conference fee paid
168 Maciej Nowak
University of Economics in Katowice
Project portfolio selection using multiple criteria decision tree Accepted Conference fee paid
169 Ing. Filip Ostrihoň
University of Economics in Bratislava
The Impact of the Technological Progress on the Development of the Slovak Economy – Neoclassical approach Accepted Conference fee paid
170 Miroslava Otavová
University of Economics, Prague
The Constrained Optimization Problem and the Risk of Using the Method of Lagrange Multipliers Accepted Conference fee paid
171 Doc. RNDr. Stanislav Palúch CSc.
Žilinská univerzita v Žiline, Fakulta riadenia a informatiky
Scheduling Problem Pm||suma g_i(C_i) as a Shortest Path Problem. Accepted Conference fee paid
172 Václava Pánková
VŠE Praha
Capital Mobility – econometric approach Accepted Conference fee paid
173 Monika Papież
Cracow University of Economics
CO 2 emissions, energy consumption and economic growth in the Visegrad Group countries: a panel data analysis Accepted Conference fee paid
174 Marie Pechrová
Czech University of Life Sciences
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175 doc.Mgr. Juraj Pekár PhD.
University of Economics in Bratislava
Asset Allocation by Maximizing the Sortino Ratio utilizing Differential Evolution Solution Procedure Accepted Conference fee paid
176 Dorota Pekasiewicz
University of Lodz
Application of probability weighted method of moments to estimation of financial return distribution tail Accepted Conference fee paid
177 Jan Pelikán
University of Economics Prague
Method for Solving Robust Optimization Models Accepted Conference fee paid
178 Pavlína Pellešová
Silesian University in Opava, School of Business Administration in Karviná
Quantification of multiplication activity of government on product Accepted Conference fee paid
179 Ing. Radomír Perzina Ph.D.
Silesian University in Opava, School of Business Administration in Karviná
Decision Analysis Module for Excel Accepted Conference fee paid
180 Ing. Radomír Perzina Ph.D.
Silesian University in Opava, School of Business Administration in Karviná
Mathematical Modeling and Optimization of Viral Marketing Accepted Conference fee paid
181 Doc. RNDr. Štefan Peško CSc.
Faculty of Management Science and Informatics, University of Žilina
Min-max model for the network reduction problem Accepted Conference fee paid
182 Filomena Petronio
VSB - TU Ostrava
Multivariate stochastic orderings consistent with preferences and their possible applications Accepted Conference fee paid
183 Miroslav Plevný
University of West Bohemia in Pilsen
Vehicle routing problem with a private fleet and common carriers – the variety with a possibility of sharing the satisfaction of demand Accepted Conference fee paid
184 Jiří Polanský
Faculty of Economics and Administration MU; Czech National Bank
Empirical Analyses of Labour Markets: An International Comparison Accepted Conference fee paid
185 Alena Pozdílková
UHK
Analysis of supply student accounts according to the specific needs of students Accepted -
186 Alena Pozdílková
UHK
Comparison of the main student banking accounts in the Czech Republic Accepted -
187 Alena Pozdílková
UHK
Comparison of the multicriteria decision making and cluster analysis in RCBS market Accepted -
188 RNDr. Pavel Pražák Ph.D.
University of Hradec Kralove
Model of Origin of Regional Disparities Accepted Conference fee paid
189 Jaroslava Pražáková
University of South Bohemia
The role of centres in supply network information distribution Accepted Conference fee paid
190 Peter Princ
University of Economics, Prague
Comparative study of volatility proxies: the case of Prague Stock Exchange Accepted Conference fee paid
191 Peter Princ
University of Economics, Prague
Volatility combination prediction in the presence of structural breaks Accepted Conference fee paid
192 Martin Prokop
College of Polytechnics Jihlava
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193 Ing. Vladimír Přibyl Ph.D.
University of Economics in Prague,Faculty of Management
A Problem of Delay Management in Transport Accepted Conference fee paid
194 Ing. Milan Půček MBA, PhD.
Charles University
Simulation of Socio-Economic Processes on the Municipal Level Accepted -
195 Miroslav Rada
University of Economics, Prague
Convex Maximization with Special Feasible Regions: Computational Experiments Accepted Conference fee paid
196 Miroslav Radiměřský
Masaryk University
Role of gravity in Czech automotive industry trade Accepted -
197 prof. RNDr. Jaroslav Ramík CSc.
Silesian university in Opava, School of Business Administration in Karviná
Fuzzy preference matrix with missing elements and its application to ranking of alternatives Accepted Conference fee paid
198 Marian Reiff
University of Economics in Bratislava
The use of simulation in inventory management Accepted -
199 Ing. Zdeněk Rosenberg
Masaryk University
Taxes and economic growth in aging economy Accepted -
200 Michael Rost
EF JU v Českých Budějovicích
Modelling price of dwelling based on socioeconomic factors Accepted Conference fee paid
201 Mgr. Jiří Rozkovec
Technical University of Liberec
A posteriori setting of the weights in multi-criteria decision making in educational practice Accepted -
202 Jan Rydval
Czech University of Life Sciences Prague
Quantification of Framing Effect using ANP Accepted Conference fee paid
203 Ing. Iveta Řepková Ph.D.
Silesian University, School of Business Administration
Relationship between concentration and cost and profit efficiency in the Czech banking sector Accepted Conference fee paid
204 Ing. Michal Řičař
VŠE
Modeling Probability of Corporate Defaults in Constructions Accepted Conference fee paid
205 Petr Seďa
VSB-Technical University of Ostrava
On Structural Breaks and Volatility Persistence: Evidence from Central European Stock Market Accepted Conference fee paid
206 Ondrej Simpach
University of Economics in Prague
Assessing the impact of standard of living on the life expectancy at birth using Vector Autoregressive Model Accepted Conference fee paid
207 Ondrej Simpach
University of Economics in Prague
Logistic and ARIMA models in the Estimation of Life Expectancy in the Czech Republic Accepted Conference fee paid
208 Jaroslav Sixta
University of Economics in Prague
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209 Hana Skalska
University of Hradec Kralove
Models from data and R packages Accepted -
210 Veronika Skocdopolova
University of Economics, Prague
University timetable construction – computational approach Accepted Conference fee paid
211 Vaclav Skoluda
University of Economics in Prague
Comparison of V4 economies using CGE model Accepted Conference fee paid
212 Ing. Karel Sladký CSc.
Institute of Information Theory and Automation of AS CR
Cumulative Optimality in Risk-Sensitive and Risk-Neutral Markov Reward Chains Accepted Conference fee paid
213 Martin Slanicay
ESF MU
Analysis of Structural Differences and Asymmetry of Shocks using Posterior Distributions Accepted Conference fee paid
214 Sławomir Śmiech
Cracow University of Economics
Asymmetric Price Transmission on the Atlantic Steam Coal Market Accepted Conference fee paid
215 Ing. Martin Sobotka Ph.D.
University of Pardubice, Faculty of Economics and Administration
Simulation of Socio-Economic Processes on the Municipal Level Accepted Conference fee paid
216 Lucie Sobotková
University of Pardubice, Faculty of Economics and Administration
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217 Tomáš Souček
College of Polytechnics Jihlava
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218 Rostislav Staněk
Faculty of Economics, Masaryk university
Access price regulation and investment incentives Accepted Conference fee paid
219 Ing. Michaela Staníčková
Faculty of Economics, VŠB-Technical University of Ostrava
Measuring Efficiency of EU27 Countries by Malmquist Index Approach Accepted Conference fee paid
220 Katarina Starinska
Charles University in Prague
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221 Jacek Stelmach
University of Economics in Katowice, Poland
On permutation tests with several test statistics to compare the two populations. Accepted Conference fee paid
222 Jan Stoklasa
Palacky University in Olomouc
Fuzzified AHP in evaluation of R&D outputs – a case from Palacky University in Olomouc Accepted Conference fee paid
223 Radmila Stoklasová
SU v Opavě, OPF v Karviné
Branching Process Model in Epidemiology Accepted Conference fee paid
224 Radek Stolín
College of Polytechnics Jihlava
A Model of Risk Distribution in Czech Bonus Malus Systems Accepted Conference fee paid
225 Michal Struk
Masaryk University
Contagion of financial crisis with emphasis on municipal expenditures: a meta-analysis Accepted -
226 Luboš Střelec
Mendel University in Brno
Quantitative modelling of consumption patterns in the CEEC Accepted Conference fee paid
227 Doc. Mgr. Petr Suchánek Ph.D.
Silesian University in Opava, School of Business Administration in Karviná
Modeling Customer Response by the Questionnaire Evaluation Method Accepted Conference fee paid
228 Ing.Mgr. Milan Svoboda
University of West Bohemia, Faculty of Economics
Application of non-homogeneous Markov chain analysis to trend prediction of stock indices Accepted Conference fee paid
229 Irena Sýkorová
University of Economics Prague
Problem of Function Approximation Accepted -
230 Irena Szarowská
Silesian University in Opava, School of Business Administration in Karvina
The impact of fiscal discipline on sovereign risk spread Accepted -
231 Małgorzata Szerszunowicz
University of Economics in Katowice
On a method of estimation of response surface function Accepted Conference fee paid
232 Zuzana Szkorupová
Silesian University in Opava, School of Business Administration in Karviná
Foreign Direct Investment in the Baltic States: Does it Crowd out or Crowd in Domestic Investment? Accepted Conference fee paid
233 Karol Szomolányi
University of Economics
Estimation of the Production Function Parameters in V4 economies Accepted Conference fee paid
234 Ania Szymanska
University of Lodz
Influence of transition matrix in bonus-malus systems on tariff effectiveness in car insurance Accepted -
235 Vítězslav Ševčík
FSI VUT Brno
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236 Jana Šimáková
Silesian University in Opava, School of Business Administration in Karviná
Effects of Exchange Rate Volatility on Poland´s Trade Flows Accepted Conference fee paid
237 Doc. RNDr. Milan Šimek Ph.D.
Faculty of Economics, VSB -Technical University Ostrava
Research of the convergence of unemployment rate of university graduates in the Czech Republic Accepted Conference fee paid
238 Jan Širc
VŠB TUO
Application of mathematical modeling in public transport route network Accepted -
239 Martin Šmíd
UTIA AV ČR
Portfolio competitions and rationality Accepted Conference fee paid
240 doc. Mgr. Jiří Špalek Ph.D.
Masaryk University
Methods of Deriving Factors Influencing Housing Tenure Choice in the Czech Republic Accepted -
241 Ing. Dagmar Špalková Ph.D.
Masaryk University
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242 Tomáš Šubrt
CULS Prague
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243 Monika Šulganová
EKF, VSB-Technical University of Ostrava
Non-Performing Loans in the Czech Republic: Lag Structure Identification of the Macroeconomic Determinants Accepted Conference fee paid
244 doc. RNDr. Jana Talašová CSc.
Palacký University in Olomouc
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245 Dušan Teichmann
VŠB - TU Ostrava
Optimal Localization of Investment Means for Increasing Networks Capacity in Indeterminate Financial Conditions Accepted Conference fee paid
246 Dean Teneng
University of Tartu
A note on NIG-Levy process in asset price modeling: case of Estonian companies Accepted Conference fee paid
247 Dean Teneng
University of Tartu
Comparing forecast of foreign exchange daily closing prices using Variance Gamma and normal inverse Gaussian processes Accepted Conference fee paid
248 Tomas Tichy
VSB-TU Ostrava
Imprecise input data and option valuation problem Accepted Conference fee paid
249 Tomas Tichy
UTIA AV CR
On the implied volatility function and no-arbitrage condition Accepted Conference fee paid
250 Ing. Hana Tomášková Ph.D.
University of Hradec Králové
Decision making based on tropical algebra Accepted Conference fee paid
251 Daniele Toninelli
VSB TU Ostrava / University of Bergamo
International portfolio selection with Markov processes and liquidity constrains Accepted Conference fee paid
252 Daniele Toninelli
VSB TU and University of Bergamo
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253 Filip Tošenovský
Silesian University
transfer function models with two correlated input processes Accepted -
254 Quang Van Tran
University of Economics, Prague
Non-parametric Estimation of a GARCH-M Model with a Heuristic Accepted Conference fee paid
255 Stanislav Tvrz
Faculty of Economics and Administration, Masaryk University
Labour Market Modelling within a DSGE Approach Accepted Conference fee paid
256 Stanislav Tvrz
Faculty of Economics and Administration, Masaryk University
Nonlinear DSGE model of the Czech economy with time-varying parameters Accepted Conference fee paid
257 Ing. Gabriela Vaceková PhD.
Masarykova Univerzita, Ekonomicko-správní fakulta
Performance of public primary schools in Slovakia Accepted -
258 Mgr. Klára Václavinková
Silesian University in Opava School of Business Administration in Karvina
Economic tool to regulate traffic Accepted Conference fee paid
259 Lucie Váchová
Faculty of Management in Jindřichův Hradec, University of Economics, Prague
A Note on Computation of Causal Effect in Economic Models Accepted Conference fee paid
260 Ing. Jiri Valecky Ph.D.
VSB-TU Ostrava
Analyzing spurious interactions between rating factors Accepted Conference fee paid
261 Osvald Vašíček
Faculty of Economics and Administration, Masaryk University
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262 Josef Veselý
FP VUT
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263 Štěpán Veselý
FP VUT
Factor analysis of managerial approaches in a sample of Czech companies Accepted Conference fee paid
264 RNDr. Milan Vlach DrSc.
Charles University
Generalized closure spaces of rough set theory and formal concept analysis Accepted Conference fee paid
265 Kristyna Vltavska
University of Economics in Prague
Input-output interactions in a DSGE Framework Accepted -
266 Pavla Vodová
Silesian University in Opava, School of Business Administration in Karviná
Loan to asset ratio and its determinants in the Visegrad countries Accepted Conference fee paid
267 Hana Vojáčková
College of Polytechnics Jihlava
Comparison of selected municipalities of Vysocina region from the economic activity and traffic accessibility point of view using DEA model Accepted Conference fee paid
268 Petr Volf
ÚTIA AV ČR
On quantile optimization problem based on censored data Accepted Conference fee paid
269 Jan Voráček
College of Polytechnics Jihlava
Modeling and Optimization of Business Services Center Accepted Conference fee paid
270 Prof. Dr. Miloslav Vosvrda CSc.
UTIA, AV ČR
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271 Lenka Vraná
University of Economics, Prague
Business Cycle Analysis: Comparison of Approaches to Cycle Measurement Accepted Conference fee paid
272 Martin Všetečka
Brno University of Technology
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273 Tomas Vyrost
University of Economics in Bratislava
Time-varying network structure of cross-correlations among stock markets of CEE-3 and Germany Accepted Conference fee paid
274 Tomasz Wachowicz
University of Economics in Katowice
Statistical analysis of the negotiation process – a multilevel modeling approach Accepted -
275 Alicja Wolny-Dominiak
University of Economics in Katowice
Modeling claim severity via h-likelihood Accepted Conference fee paid
276 Tomasz Żądło
University of Economics in Katowice
On parametric bootstrap and alternatives of MSE Accepted Conference fee paid
277 RNDr. Ing. Martina Zámková Ph.D.
College of Polytechnics Jihlava
The monitoring of consumers behaviour on the field of the bioproducts by using the correspondence and dependence analysis Accepted Conference fee paid
278 Mgr. Jana Závacká
VŠB-Technical University of Ostrava
The Role of Confidence Indicator in Determination of Consumption Expenditures in Selected EU Member Countries Accepted Conference fee paid
279 Jaroslav Zbranek
University of Economics, Prague
Possibilities of Time Input-Output Tables Accepted Conference fee paid
280 Kateřina Zelinková
VŠB-TU Ostrava
Value at Risk and Rating Accepted -
281 prof. Dr. Ing. Zdeněk Zmeškal
VSB-Technical university of Ostrava, Faculty of Economics
Game theory and real options decision-making hybrid models under random demand Accepted Conference fee paid
282 Jan Zouhar Ph.D.
University of Economics, Prague
A note on proportional rationing in a PQ duopoly Accepted Conference fee paid
283 Jan Zouhar Ph.D.
University of Economics, Prague
Nascent entrepreneurs in the Czech Republic: demographic characteristics and failure hazards. Accepted Conference fee paid
284 Martina Zouharova
University of Economics
Markov chain model of web browsing Accepted Conference fee paid
285 Libor Žídek
Masaryk Univerzity
The impact of exchange rate changes on inflation in the V4 countries in the process of economic transition Accepted Conference fee paid
286 Miroslav Žižka
Technical University of Liberec
Construction of a composite indicator based on factor analysis Accepted Conference fee paid