Management and Managerial Economics

In the programme Management and managerial economics, the research activities of PhD students are focused on such topics as the business strategy in a European context; innovation strategies of multinational firms; restructuring and revitalization of companies; management of the growth of start-ups; management of company value; entrepreneur of family firms, management of logistic chains; management of human resources in multicultural environment; economic evaluation of cultural organization; and other related matters.

Compulsory courses:

  • 3CV901 Methodology of scientific research

Elective courses:
PhD candidate chooses one of the two subjects on recommendation of a supervisor:

  • 3CV902 Statistical methods for quantitative research
  • 3CV903 Qualitative research

PhD candidate chooses one of the following subjects on recommendation of a supervisor and according to their specialisation (this subject is optional part of the Doctoral State Examination):

  • 3MA901 Management
  • 3MI910 Economics of the firm and industry

Optional and supplementary courses:
Upon agreement with their supervisor the PhD candidate chooses another course relevant to the doctoral thesis:

  • 3HR971 HR Management Research
  • 3MA971 Management and Managerial Decision-Making Research Seminar
  • 3AM971 Research in culture and arts management
  • 3PS971 Research in managerial psychology and sociology
  • 3MG971 Research in marketing
  • 3PO971 Entrepreneurship Research
  • 3SG971 Strategy Research
  • 3MI971 Research in managerial economics
  • 3LG971 Research in supply chain management, logistics and transport

PhD candidate performs other duties in accordance with the Study and Examination Rules and the Individual Study Plan, which includes faculty regulations (see https://fba.vse.cz/admissions/doctoral-study-programs/program-management-and-managerial-economics-mme/.

In accordance with the Study and Examination Rules, PhD students also have to record in their Individual Study Plan a doctoral state examination (in the electronic information system it is referred to as the subject 3SDZEN – Doctoral State Examination) as well as a defence of thesis (in the electronic information system it is referred to as the subject 3ODPEN – Defence of Thesis).

 

More information available at the website of the Faculty of Business Administration.