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Aleš Rod

CETA, The director
Aleš Rod is an economist, entrepreneur and university teacher. He received his doctorate in the field of Economic Theory at the University of Economics in Prague and continues to engage in academic activities. His research interest concerns the economics of regulation with applications in energy and waste management, digital economy, public finance, banking, and he also deals with the analysis of the shadow economy or addictive behavior. At the Center for Economic and Market Analysis (CETA), he manages research projects, consults on strategic plans for the public and private sector in the Czech Republic and abroad, invests in small companies and helps the non-profit sector. He is a member of the board of Anglo-American University and the Consumer Forum. He was appointed a member of the Government's National Economic Council (NERV) by Prime Minister Petr Fiala in June of this year.
  • Innovation vs. Digital Regulation: the Economic Impact of EU Protectionism on the Slovak Republic   |   Jesenná ITAPA 2022
    Aleš Rod's contribution defines the business environment as a key factor for innovation in the economy. The economic environment in the European Union is determined by both national and transnational legislation. At the same time, it is transnational regulation that often plays the role of a barrier to development, because the interests of member countries differ. However, protectionist EU policies do not affect all countries in the same way - while in some countries they may represent the protection of the economic rent of national providers, in other countries they may represent a barrier to growth. Such countries may include, for example, the Czech Republic or Slovakia.

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