Access to Bloomberg data
After negotiations with Bloomberg, we agreed on a compromise on how all students and teachers from the faculty can access the necessary data from Bloomberg at the time of contactless teaching at ECON MUNI.
The Bloomberg terminal, which is installed at the Faculty of Economics and Administration building, is currently unavailable – the building is closed and remote access to the Bloomberg is detected and blocked. As a replacement, the supplier offered us a few personal 60-day licenses, which can also be used from home.
In order to everybody interested in could have an access to Bloomberg's data during this period, the faculty has agreed with a group of students – experienced terminal users – that they will receive personal licenses and handle Bloomberg terminal requests for other students and teachers. Including, for example, the need to "download for the first time" data for the final thesis assignment.
The provisionally created Bloomberg group can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. Someone will respond and attend to you. For subsequent communication, it is possible to use university-licensed tools such as Microsoft Teams or Google Meet.
For more information, see the relevant SVI website.
Library services during summer 2020
We plan to extend the opening hours or make the study places and the Bloomberg terminal accessible.
Remote access to digitized books is coming to an end
On May 17, remote access to the archives of the digitized books E-loans (operated by MU) and Kramerius (operated by the National Library of the Czech Republic) will end.
Participation in research into the effects of the pandemic on employees
The Department of Corporate Economics is involved in international research to determine the impact of the pandemic and lockdown on employees and their work.
The State of Emergency in the Czech Republic is prolonged to 17 May
On Tuesday, 28 April, the Parliament of the Czech Republic agreed with prolonging the State of Emergency in the Czech Republic until 17 May.