Miroslav Palanský

I am a Ph.D. candidate at the Institute of Economic Studies, Charles University, Prague, visiting the University of California at Berkeley in spring 2019. I work as a researcher on the COFFERS project, GAČR project Tax havens and financial secrecy, GAUK project Corporate tax avoidance in developing countries, on the Financial Secrecy Index, and also as a project administrator of the GEMCLIME project. My research is mainly on topics in political economy, taxation, international tax avoidance, financial secrecy, and public procurement. I teach undergraduate courses Principles of Economics (I and II) and Public Finance. I hold Master’s degrees in Economics from Charles University and in Econometrics from Aix-Marseille School of Economics. I occasionally work as an analyst for Econlab, a public data analytics NGO based in Prague, mostly on the PolitickeFinance.cz project, and I consult for Datlab, a private IT company, on public procurement data, mostly related to the Digiwhist project. I co-founded and write for SmallTalkEconomics.com and write a blog.

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