Mr Frantisek Brocek

Research Assistant

Economics

Personal statement

Frank is a Research Assistant at the Fraser of Allander Institute. He graduated from the University of Strathclyde in 2019 with a First-class BA (Hons) degree in Economics. He is currently studying on the Scottish Graduate Programme MSc in Economics at the University of Edinburgh. Frank has experience from a variety of policy institutions including the European Commission in Brussels, the Slovak Central Bank and the Ministry of Finance. His main areas of interest are in economic policy, applied macroeconomics, and labour economics.

Publications

The Economic, Social and Environmental Benefits of Stimulating Repairs and Improvements to the Scottish Built Environments to Aid a Green Recovery from Covid-19
Spowage Mairi, McGeoch Adam, Black James, Brocek Frantisek, Knoche Anton
(2021)
The Impact of Covid-19 on the Renfrewshire Economy
McGeoch Adam, Brocek Frantisek, Spowage Mairi, Cooper Ben
(2020)
The impact of Covid-19 on the Arran economy
Brocek Frantisek, McGeoch Adam, Spowage Mairi,
(2020)
Monetary and fiscal policy in a newly independent Scotland : lessons from the dissolution of Czechoslovakia?
Brocek Frantisek
Fraser of Allander Economic Commentary Vol 42 (2018)
Welfare in Slovakia and the EU - an alternative to GDP per capita
Broček František, Lalinský Tibor
Biatec Journal of Central Banking Vol 17, pp. 17-23 (2017)
Analyza Konvergencie Slovenskej Ekonomiky
Brocek Frantisek, Lalinský Tibor
(2017)

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