The Good and Evil of Financial Crises - Lecture by Tomáš Sedláček
Southpaw client, University of New York in Prague (UNYP), will host a lecture by Tomáš Sedláček, chief economic strategist and member of the National Economic Council, on 19 April 2012 at 6 pm. University of New York in Prague (UNYP)
cordially invites you to a lecture
The Good and Evil of Financial Crises
given by economist
member of the National Economic Council and
chief economic strategist at Československá obchodní banka (ČSOB)
Date / Time: 19 April 2012 at 6:00 pm
Venue: NYU Prague, Malé náměstí 11
Richtrův dům – 1st Floor, Prague 1
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About Tomáš Sedláček:
Tomáš Sedláček is a renowned Czech economist, author and member of the National Economic Council, an advisory board to the Czech government set up in 2009 to help develop strategies for tackling financial crises and to assist with the EU’s rotating presidency (held by the Czech Republic at the time). Mr. Sedláček co-designed a macro-economic package that inspired the economic policy of the current and previous Czech governments. Since 2006 he has served as chief economic strategist at Československá obchodní banka (ČSOB), working as a specialist on fiscal policy, the Euro currency and European affairs. He writes a regular weekly column for the Czech business daily, Hospodářské noviny, and frequently gives speeches on public affairs and economic issues. Mr. Sedláček is also a Yale University Fellow and was named one of „The Five Hot Minds in Economics“ by Yale Economic Journal in 2006. He has co-authored various case studies for Harvard and Georgetown universities and is a lecturer and PhD graduate of Charles University in Prague.