PhDr. Kamila Fialová, Ph.D.
2006- 2012, Ph.D. at Institute of Economic Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague
2006 PhDr examination
2003-2006 Master in economics at Institute of Economic Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague
1999-2003 Bachelor in demography and economics at Faculty of Science, Charles University in Prague
Labour economics, Well-being and Job Satisfaction, Labour market institutional environment, Informal labour market, Part-time employment
Labour Economics (Master degree), Institute of Economic Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague (IES FSV UK), teaching assistant, 2010
International Macroeconomics (Master degree), IES FSV UK, teaching assistant, 2007-2009
Probability and Mathematical Statistics (Bachelor degree), IES FSV UK, teaching assistant, 2007
Microeconomics I and II (Bachelor degree), IES FSV UK, teaching assistant, 2006-2008
Economics I and II (Bachelor degree), IES FSV UK, teaching assistant, 2003-2004
2007/8 Universiteit van Amsterdam, Faculty of Economics and Business, Netherlands
Kamila Fialová is an economist with specialisation in macroeconomic and labour market research. Her main academic interest covers labour market institutional environment, informal labour market and part-time employment.
Kamila holds a PhD in economics from the Institute of Economic Studies, Charles University in Prague. She also studied demography at Faculty of Science of Charles University. Her academic experience includes publication of research articles, teaching, conference presentations and acting as a referee for several impacted academic journals.
Kamila is a research fellow at the Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Science. In the past she worked as a macroeconomic analyst at the Office of the Government of the Czech Republic and at Chief Economist Unit of Komeční banka (Société Générale Group). Kamila was also several times hired as a short term consultant by The World Bank.