Prof Karel Janda
Prague University of Economics and Business
Karel Janda received his PhD from University of Iowa. Currently, he is a professor at Department of Banking and Insurance, Faculty of Finance and Accounting, Prague University of Economics and Business and Chairman of Department of Microeconomics and Mathematical Methods, Institute of Economic Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic. At Australian National University he is a member of Institute for Climate, Energy and Disaster Solutions and a Research Associate of Climate Change and Energy program of CAMA. His previous visiting faculty appointments included University of California, Berkeley, University of Cambridge, Toulouse School of Economics and others. His research is concerned with economic sustainability in the areas of microeconomics of banking, natural resources and agricultural economics. He is focusing on the economics of renewable energy and on sustainable finance in emerging markets. He has published in journals such as Nature Energy, Annual Review of Resource Economics, Energy Economics, Energy Policy, Global Change Biology (GCB) Bioenergy, Biofuels, Bioproducts and Biorefining, Journal of Agricultural Economics, World Economy, International Journal of Central Banking. He is coordinator/deputy coordinator in large scale projects Global Excellence in Modelling of Climate and Energy (GEMCLIME, 2016-2022) and Global Excellence in Modeling Climate and Energy Policies (GEOCEP, 2022-2026) supporting research mobility and cooperation for climate and energy researchers.