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What is CU Environment Centre

The Charles University Environment centre, was founded as a part of Charles University in 1992. It conducts environmental research and provides environmental expertise and information for students, university staff and for the general public. The centre collaborates with parliamentary bodies, state administration, non-government organizations and many academic and research institutions both locally and abroad. CUEC consists of the three units: sustainable development indicators, environmental economics, and education and information for sustainable development.

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Position in CUEC: Head of the Department of Environmental Economics and Sociology, researcher

Section: Environmental Economics and Sociology

Topics: consumer behaviour and household demand, determinants of environmentally-significant behaviour, non-market valuation with a special focus on health risks and health benefits, assessment of economic and environmental impacts of regulation, distributional aspects of environmental regulation, quantification of environmental damage and external costs

Involvement in running projects:

Improving predictive validity of valuation methods by application of an integrative theory of behaviour (GA ČR, 2015–2017)

GEMCLIME – Global Excellence in Modelling of Climate and Energy (H2020, 2016–2020)

GREENPARADOXES (GAČR, 2016–2018)

SUPREM – Systematic user support of electromobility development (TAČR, 2016–2017)

INHERIT – INter-sectoral Health Environment Research for InnovaTions (EC H2020, 2016–2019)

Curriculum Vitae: Europass

Publications: Orcid - Scopus - ResearcherId

Teaching:

Environmental Economics and Consumer Preferences (Institute of Economic Studies, FSV CUNI, master program)

Energy and Environmental Economics (CERGE, PhD program)

Publications:

 

other publications at ResearchGate and EconPapers