My research is mainly on topics in international corporate tax abuse, tax havens, financial secrecy, corruption, and public procurement. Through my research, I aim to help in the ongoing fight against corruption, tax abuse, financial secrecy, and inefficiency of the public sector.
I teach the undergraduate courses Principles of Economics II and Public Finance and the graduate course Public Economics. I hold a PhD in Economics from Charles University and a Master’s 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 consult for Datlab, a private IT company, on public procurement data, mostly related to the Digiwhist project.
- NEW: Janský, P., Meinzer, M., Palanský, M. Forthcoming. Is Panama Really Your Tax Haven? Secrecy Jurisdictions and the Countries They Harm. Regulation and Governance. doi:10.1111/rego.12380.
- NEW: Janský, P., Láznička, J., Palanský, M. Forthcoming. Tax Treaties Worldwide: Estimating Elasticities and Revenue Foregone. Review of International Economics. doi:10.1111/roie.12515.
- Palanský, M. Forthcoming. The Value of Political Connections in the Post-Transition Period: Evidence from Czechia. Public Choice. doi:10.1007/s11127-020-00816-3.