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The Department of Institutional Economics of the Faculty of Economics and Public Administration at the University of Economics in Prague was founded in 2006. Its members focus on the importance of institutions and use not only tools of economics, but also other social sciences in their research. This interdisciplinary approach combines economics and sociology, political science, law, history, philosophy or theology. The aim is to provide the most comprehensive explanation of problems of human interactions in a form accessible to wider audience, not only to professional economists.
The areas of our interests are mainly: