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Ing. Tomáš Miklánek

Assistant Professor
tomas.miklanek [at]
Office No.. : NB363
+420 224 09 5640
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Research Interests

Behavioral and Experimental Economics:
pro-social preferences
information choice
crowding-out effects
behavioral market design
experimental financial markets

Short Bio

Tomáš Miklánek is an Assistant Professor at the University of Economics in Prague. His research interests is in the field of Experimental and Behavioral Economics. In particular effects of emotions, interaction of monetary and intrinsic incentives, endogenous information choice and experimental asset markets.

He is also responsible for running and organizing economic experiments in the Laboratory of Experimental Economics in Prague.


PhD (2014):MA (Ing. 2009): University of Economics in Bratislava, Slovakia, Faculty of National Economy, master degree
M.A. (2011): CERGE-EI
Ph.D. (2017 exp.) CERGE-EI

Selected Publication

Working papers and Papers under review

The effect of shame in dictator games with information asymmetry
Endogenous information choice of the agents with biased self-image

Research in progress
Does Financing of Public Goods by Lotteries Crowd Out Pro-Social Incentives? (with Peter Katuščák)
The more you trade, the less you earn; an experimental study (with Miroslav Zajíček)


5IE458 Game Theory
5IE462, 5IE412 Behavioral Economics
5IE252 Economics of Life