Tomas Havranek is advisor to the Board at the Czech National Bank and Associate Professor at Charles University, Prague. His research interests include international trade, macroeconomics, monetary policy, energy economics, and methodology of research synthesis. He has published, among other outlets, in the Journal of the European Economic Association, Journal of International Economics, and Journal of Money, Credit and Banking. According to RePEc he is currently the most cited Czech economist. More information is available at http://tomashavranek.cz and http://meta-analysis.cz.
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