Petr Pavelek

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Deputy Minister - Section 06

Date of birth:
January 7, 1976
Education:
  • 2001 – 2006: Faculty of Economics, University of Economics Prague – Ph.D. in Economic Policy, doctoral thesis: Optimal Government Debt Strategy in the Open Economy
  • 1999 – 2001: Faculty of Economics, University of Economics Prague – MSc (equivalent), major: Economy Policy, minor: Monetary Economics and Banking, diploma thesis: Open Economy Inflation Targeting
  • 1995 – 1999: Faculty of Economics, University of Economics Prague – Bachelor studies in National Economy
  • 1990 – 1994: Grammar School Gymnázium F. X. Šaldy Liberec
Work experience:
  • Appointed Deputy Finance Minister on 1 October 2016
  • August 2010 – September 2016: Director of Debt and Financial Assets Management Department, Ministry of Finance
  • May 2009 – July 2010: Advisor to the Minister of Finance
  • March 2009 – July 2010: project manager and economic analyst, Financial Group Česká spořitelna, a.s.
  • October 2005 – February 2009: Head of Funding and Portolio Management, Debt and Financial Assets Management Department, Ministry of Finance
  • October 2003 – September 2005: Head of Debt Strategy, State Debt Management Division, Ministry of Finance
  • July 2001 – September 2003: market analyst, State Treasury Securities Division, State Closing Account Department
  • 2002 to present: assistant professor, Department of Economic and Social Policy, lecturer in Macroeconomic Analysis and Government Finance Management on Global Market
Relevant publication:
  • Financial Derivatives Notation According to Maastricht Criteria after the ESA2010 Implementation with M. Titze (in Czech). Český finanční a účetní časopis (Czech Financial and Accounting Journal), 2014, vol. 9, no. 3, pp. 75-90. ISSN: 1802-2200.
  • Risk Management of Government Debt in the Czech Republic. In: H. J. Blommestein, L. Risbjerg (eds.), Advances in Risk Management of Government Debt. Paris: OECD, 2005, pp. 245–262. ISBN: 9789264104419.
  • Macroeconomic and Financial Consequences of External Funding of the Czech Republic (in Czech). In: Growth, Stability, and Competitiveness: Problems of the Czech Economy on the Road to the EU II. Praha: Linde nakladatelství, 2004, pp. 167–192. ISBN: 80-86131-49-1.
  • Dynamic Inconsistency in Economic Policy – Academic Exercise, or Real Problem? (in Czech) In: S. Šaroch, M. Žák (eds.), Czech Economy and Economic Theory. Praha: Academia, 2004, pp. 53–120. ISBN: 80-200-1129-3.
  • Public Budgets, Fiscal Policy and Government Debt Management in the Czech Republic. (in Czech). In: Growth, Stability, and Competitiveness: Problems of the Czech Economy on the Road to the EU II. Praha: Linde nakladatelství, 2004, pp. 145–166. ISBN: 80-86131-49-1.
  • Debt Policy – Credibility and Institutions (in Czech). Finance a úvěr – Czech Journal of Economics and Finance, vol. 53, 2003, no. 5-6, pp. 190-219. ISSN: 0015-1920.
  • Fiscal Macroenomic Stabilization: a New Era? with S. Šaroch and M. Andrle (in Czech). Politická ekonomie, vol. LI, 2003, no. 3, pp. 373-390. ISSN: 0032-3233.
  • Public Debt Management in the Czech Republic (in Czech). In: Growth, Stability, and Competitiveness: Problems of the Czech Economy on the Road to the EU. Praha: Linde nakladatelství, 2003, pp. 186-212. ISBN: 80-86131-35-1.
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