Ing. Marek Hudík, Ph.D.


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Phone: 221 183 527

Marek Hudik gained his Ph.D. in 2011 in Economis at the University of Economics in Prague. He has been a visiting scholar at Shanghai University, China (2007-2008), and a research fellow at the Mises Institute, USA (2009), Institut für Wirtschaftspolitik in Leipzig (2012) and at the International Center for Economic Research in Turin (2012). He lectured at the University of Economics in Prague, Faculty of Humanities at Charles University in Prague, Collegio Carlo Alberto in Turin and Anglo-American University.

His research interests include Economics, Decision theory, Game Theory, and Philosophy of Science.

Selected bibliography:

Ajvaz, Michal; Pauknerová, Karolína; Strobachová, Ingrid; Hudík, Marek; Pokorný, Petr; Kůrka, Petr; Trlifajová, Kateřina; Větrovcová, Marie; Velický, Bedřich (2018): Spor o proces a událost

Pavel Mervart, Červený Kostelec, 2018. ISBN 978-80-74653-17-9

Hudík, Marek (2015): Homo Economicus and Homo Stramineus

Prague Economic Papers 24(2): 154-172.

Hudík, Marek (2015): A Preference Change or a Perception Change? A Comment on Dietrich and List

International Journal of Game Theory 44(2) 2015: 425-431.

Hudík, Marek (2015): 'Mises and Hayek Mathematized': Towards Mathematical Austrian Economics.

In Per Bylund and David Howden (eds.), The Next Generation of Austrian Economics: Essays in Honor of Joseph T. Salerno. Auburn: Mises Institute: 105-122.

Hudík, Marek (2014): Reference-Dependence and Marginal Utility: Alt, Samuelson, and Bernardelli

History of Political Economy, 46(4) 2014:677-693.

Hudík, Marek (2011): Why economics is not a science of behaviour

Journal of Economic Methodology, 18(2):147–162.