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the market's invisible hand
Liven up your scientific experience with interesting research; publish your articles in our magazines; attend scientific meetings and get to know our research centres and institutes.
Create content for our scientific magazines
In four peer-reviewed scientific magazines, we bring new findings from the field of economics, financial markets, tourism and management.
We will be glad to provide room for your theoretical works and results of your own research. All published texts go through a thorough review procedure.
Attend our conferences, seminars, colloquiums
Each year, the Faculty of Economics and Administration organises scientific meetings dealing with research in the public economy, regional sciences, tourism, railway transport and European financial systems. We regularly organise meetings for young economists as well.
We cordially invite you to international conferences, seminars or colloquiums, where you can meet various interesting experts both from the Czech Republic and from abroad.
Know our other professional activities
Various research centres, institutes and laboratories operate at our faculty as well. The scope of our interests is really varied – ranging from the transport sector, through the non-profit area to public administration topics. We innovate, examine, develop, cooperate with excellent professionals, and we mainly aim to keep moving forward.
If you would like to participate in our research, do not hesitate to contact us.
News from science and research
Scientists uncovered one Aquilegia chromosome evolving differently than the rest
International team including one of CEITEC MUNI research groups brings better understanding of adaptation of plant species.
Kráľ: Muni Award gives me freedom in research
Daniel Kráľ, who has been working on his second ERC grant, came to Masaryk University thanks to special funding opportunity.
New path to more gentle tuberculosis treatment
Team of Jaroslav Koča from Ceitec MU has found a weak point of Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacteria.
Scientists from CEITEC demonstrated the way a sacbrood honeybee virus enters the cells
Pavel Plevka’s team published a detailed description of structure of a sacbrood honeybee virus known from 1917.
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