Radim Bohacek

                       PhD University of Chicago (1999 Economics) 
                       MA University of Chicago (1996 Economics),
                       MA University of Chicago (1994 History and MPPA)

                       Senior Researcher
                       CERGE-EI
                       Economics Institute, the Czech Academy of Sciences, and
                            the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University

                       Politickych veznu 7, 111 21  Prague 1,  Czech Republic 
                       Tel.:  (+420) 775 379 336.  Fax:  (+420) 224 211 374, 224 227 143
                       Email: radim.bohacek@cerge-ei.cz or radim.bohacek@gmail.com


CV 
                      (PDF)


Recent Publications

                      The educational gradient in life expectancy in Europe: preliminary evidence from SHARE (with Crespo, Laura, and Mira, Pedro, and Pijoan-Mas, Josep).
                      In Ageing in Europe - Supporting Policies for an Inclusive Society
. Ed. by Börsch-Supan, Axel, and Kneip, Thorsten, and Litwin, Howard, and Myck, Michal, and Weber, Guglielmo. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2015. ISBN 978-3-11-044441-4.
                      A Flat Tax Reform in an Economy with Occupational Choice and Financial Frictions (with J. Zubricky), Economic Journal 2012 (122): 1313-1345 (PDF)
                      Persecution in Central Europe and its consequences on the lives of SHARE respondents (with Myck, Michal). In Börsch-Supan, A.; Brandt, M.; Hank, K.; Schröder, M. (ed.).
                      The individual and the welfare state: life histories in Europe. Heidelberg: Springer, 2011. S. 271-285. ISBN 978-3-642-17471-1.                      
                      Optimal Human Capital Policies (with Marek Kapicka) in Journal of Monetary Economics 2008 (55): 1-16 (PDF)
                      The Efficiency-Equality Tradeoff of Social Insurance in Macroeconomic Dynamics 2008 (12): 619-640 (PDF)
           
                      Czech Republic and Poland – the 50+ on labour markets in transition (with Myck, Michal). In Börsch-Supan, A.; Brugiavini, A.; Jürges, H.; Kapteyn, A.; Mackenbach, J.; Siegrist, J.; Weber, G. (ed.).
                      First results from the survey of health, ageing and retirements in Europe (2004-2007): starting the longitudinal dimension. Mannheim: Mannheim Research Institute for the Economics of Aging, 2008. S. 84-92. ISBN 978-3-00-024969-3.        

                      Credit Markets and the Propagation of Monetary Policy Shocks (with Hugo Rodriguez) in Journal of Money, Credit and Banking 2007 (39): 1429-1456 (PDF)
                      Financial Development with Credit Constrained Agents in Journal of Macroeconomics 2007 (29): 741-759 (PDF)
                      Financial Constraints and Entrepreneurial Investment in Journal of Monetary Economics 2006 (53): 2195-2212 (PDF)
                      Capital Accumulation in Private Information Economies in The B.E. Journals in Macroeconomics 2005 (5): 1172-1195 (PDF)


Working papers

                      Optimal Government Policies in Models with Heterogeneous Agents (with M. Kejak) (Paper PDF)
                      Economic Consequences of Political Persecution (with Michal Myck) (PDF)
                      Tertiary Educational Choices: the United States versus Europe (with M. Kapicka) (PDF)
                      Misallocation of Capital in a Model of Endogenous Financial Intermediation and Insurance (with Hugo Rodriguez-Mendizabal) (PDF)
                      A Quantitative Analysis of Educational Reforms in a Dynastic Framework (with M. Kapicka) (PDF)
                      Endogenous Fertility and Social Security Reform in a Dynastic Life-Cycle Model (with V. Belush) (PDF)
                      Numerical Methods for Comparing Efficiency and Equality in Welfare State Economies 


SHARE PROJECT IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC:

                      For information on the SHARE Project in the Czech Republic (Survey of Health, Ageing, and Retirement in Europe) please see www.share-project.org
                      or http://share.cerge-ei.cz in Czech.


Office Hours:  Thursdays 1:30-4:30 p.m. or by appointment