Vice-Rector for Research and Science

Petr Musílek

University of Economics, Prague (VŠE)

Education
1988 MSc. in Finance, VŠE
1997 Professional Diploma in Real Estate Studies, Leeds Metropolitan University
1998 Ph.D. in Finance, VŠE
1998 Associate Professor of Finance, VŠE
2003 Professor of Finance, VŠE
Internships and Study Stays
1990 – 1991 Austria, Bank Austria, Vienna (12 months)
1994 Denmark, Copenhagen Business School (2 weeks)
1996 Italy, Universita Commerciale Luigi Bocconi, Milan (3 weeks)
1997 Netherlands, Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam (3 weeks)
1999 Great Britain, London School of Economics (2 weeks)
Professional Career
1988 – 1990 VŠE, Department of Finance and Credit
1990 – present VŠE, Department of Banking and Insurance
Academic Positions
2000 – 2003 Vice-Dean for Research and Ph.D. Studies, Faculty of Finance and Accounting, VŠE
2003 Vice-President for Academic Affairs, VŠE
2006 – 2014 Vice-Dean for Research and Ph.D. Studies, Faculty of Finance and Accounting, VŠE
2014 – present Vice-Rector for Research and Science, VŠE
Professional Activities
1993 DePaul University Chicago, Visiting Professor (3 months)
1999 – present Czech Banking Association, Member of Scientific Council
2002 – 2004 Head Researcher of Czech Science Foundation project, reg. no. 402/02/1308
2003 – 2006 Czech Securities Commission, Member of Presidium
2006 – 2009 Czech Science Foundation, Member of Granting Commission for Social Sciences
2009 – present Czech National Bank, Member of Appellate Committee
Membership in Scientific and Editorial boards
2000 – present Member of the Scientific Board, Faculty of Finance and Accounting, VŠE
2003 – 2006 Member of Scientific Board, VŠE
2009 – present Valuation, Member of Journal Editorial Board, VŠE
2010 – present Publishing House Oeconomica, Member of Scientific Board, VŠE
Publications
Author and co-author of 15 books, more than 70 articles in Czech and foreign professional journals.
Professional Interests
Capital Markets, Investment Banking, Financial Regulation
Language Knowledge
English, German