Mathematical Methods in Economics 2010

September 8 - 10, 2010, 28th International Conference
Faculty of Economics, University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice

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NumberNameInstitutionTitle of contributionAbstract accepted
1Prof. RNDr. Jaroslav Ramík, CSc.Silesian University Opava Fuzzy Bi-matrix Gamesyes
2 Milan HorniačekComenius University in Bratislava, Faculty of Social and Economic SciencesStrict Strong Perfect Equilibrium in a Bilateral Oligopolyyes
3PhDr. Ing. Jiri SkuhrovecCharles UniversityBootstrapping Least Trimmed Squaresyes
4 Jana FriebelováUniversity of South Bohemia, Faculty of EconomicsStochastic analysis of maintenance process costs in IT industryyes
5Mgr. Ing. Michal Tvrdoň, Ph.D.Silesian University, School of Business AdministrationRegional Income Disparities in the new Member States: Decomposition and Measurementyes
6 Alexandr BogomolovFinance Academy under the Government of the RussianOptimum combination of forecasts of various models of mass estimations in cost indexes of objects of the real estateyes
7Ing. Pavla Řehořová, Ph.D.Technical University of LiberecEconomic and Social Development of Municipalities Depending on Project Management and Territorial Planning co-author
8Ing. Martina Prskavcová, Ph.D.Technical University of LiberecEconomic and Social Development of Municipalities Depending on Project Management and Territorial Planning yes
9Doc. Martin DlouhýUniversity of Economics in PragueA CLASSIFICATION OF SIMULATION AND MANAGEMENT METHODSyes
10Ing. Josef VíchaSilesian University in OpavaFuzzy Bi-matrix Gamesco-author
11prof. RNDr. Jan Pelikán, CSc.VŠE PrahaOn the complexity of vthe hybrid flowshop with adjustmentyes
12Ing. Martin PechUniversity of South bohemia in Ceske BudějoviceUsing of fuzzy entropy as a supportive method for managing the real supply chain: a case studyyes
13 Petr HájekUniversity of PardubiceAdaptive Fuzzy Rule-Based Systems for Credit Rating Analysisyes
14 Petr Mariel, Ph.D.Universidad del País VascoNon-attendance in discrete choice experimentsyes
15 Tomáš TichýVSB-TU OstravaBacktesting via Lévy models and parameter estimationyes
16RNDr. Martin BrandaCharles University in PragueReformulation of chance constrained problems using the penalty functionsyes
17Mgr Aleš Kuběna, PhDUTIA-CASPexeso („Concentration game“) as a arbiter of bounded-rationality modelsyes
18Prof Karel ZimmermannCharles University, Faculty of Mathematics and PhysicsDuality Schemes for Max- or Min-separable Optimization Problems.yes
19Ing. Martina Kuncová, Ph.D.College of Polytechnics JihlavaMulticriteria Decision in the Analysis of the Market Environment for the Notification Process of the Broadband Network Developmentyes
20doc. RNDr. František Mráz, CSc.Czech technical UniversityOn Feasibility and Solvability of Interval LP Problemsyes
21 Simona HaškováFM VŠEA CONTRIBUTION TO A MATHEMATIC MODELING OF BEHAVIOR OF PRIVATE AND INSTITUTIONALIZED INVESTORS AS OBSERVED IN PRACTICEyes
22Ing. Aleš KrestaVŠB-TUOA modeling quality comparison of estimated Lévy modelsyes
23 Jiri HavlickyVSB-TU OstravaOperational risk - bottom up approach by copulasyes
24 Vladislav ChýnaMFF UKClustering with bregman divergence in factoring businessyes
25PhDr. Karel Bá?aUTIAEquity Home Bias in the Czech Republicyes
26Ing. Jan Nevima, PhD.VŠB - TU OstravaAPPLICATION OF DEA FOR EVALUATION OF REGIONAL EFFICIENCY OF EU REGIONSyes
27Mgr. Jan StoklasaPalacky university OlomoucMultiphase linguistic fuzzy model for the Czech emergency medical rescue servicesyes
28Doc. Ing. Daniel Stavárek, Ph.D.Silesian University in Opava, School of Business Administration in KarvináThe effect of financial crisis on asymmetry of the exchange rate volatility in Central Europeyes
29 Miroslav HloušekMasaryk UniversityMeasuring output gap using New Keynesian model: application for the Czech economyyes
30Ing. Igor KrejčíCzech University of Life Sciences PragueComputation of the Stocks and Consumption of Fixed Capital with use of Markov Chainyes
31Ing. Šárka Lejnarová-KrkoškUniversity of economics in PragueExport analysis of selected transitive economiesyes
32 Michal CernyUniversity of Economics, PragueA property of the regression tolerance quotioentyes
33Ing. Irena SzarowskáSilesian University in OpavaThe effect of tax burden on economic growth in the European Unionyes
34RNDr. Pavel Pražák, Ph.D.University of Hradec KraloveOn a Dynamic Model of Revenue Maximizing Firmyes
35Ing. Michal Kvasnička, Ph.D.Masaryk UniversityAgent-based Computational Model of Democratic Choice of Redistribution under (Almost) Perfect Human Mobilityyes
36doc. RNDr. Jana Talašová, CSc.Palacký UniversityFUZZY APPROACH TO ACADEMIC STAFF EVALUATIONyes
37Mgr. Jana Kalčevová, Ph.D.University of Economics, Prague-yes
38prof. Dr. Ing. Zdeněk ZmeškalVSB - TU OstravaReal compound sequential and learning options modellingacceptance process
39doc. RNDr. Dalibor Štys, CSc.University of South BohemiaGeorges de Buquoy - Founder of Mathematical Economy with South Bohemian rootsacceptance process
40 Evžen KočendaCharles UniversityVolatility Transmission in Emerging European Foreign Exchange Marketsacceptance process
41Mgr. Jiří RozkovecTechnical University of Liberec, Faculty of EconomicsOptimal strategy in sport bettingyes
42Ing Ingrid PetrováVSB-TU OstravaThe analysis of the impact of input parameters on the capital requirements for market risk in the context of Solvency II and Basel IIyes
43Dr. Ing. Dagmar Škodová ParmováUniversity of South BohemiaStatistic methods of multidimensional scaling used for competitiveness comparisonyes
44 Martin ŠmídUTIA of the AS CRDynamic model of Loan Portfolio with Levy Asset Pricesyes
45 Veronika VilánkováUniversity of Economics, PragueIZAR – the multiattribute evaluation decision supportyes
46 Petr VolfUTIA AV ČROn Statistical Modeling of Incidence of Competing Events, with Application to Labor Mobility Analysisyes
47Ing. Mgr. Viktor ChrobokVysoká škola ekonomická v PrazeOn the Convergence of Czech and EU27's Net Exportyes
48 Pavel SmrčkaUniversity of Economics, PragueImplementation of single-criteria discrete methodsyes
49 Adéla RáčkováUniversity of Economics, Prague-yes
50Ing. Jan Fábry, Ph.D.University of Economics PragueOptimization of Routes in Pickup and Delivery Problemyes
51 Jana KlicnarováFaculty of Economics ,University of South BohemiaDevelopment typology of the demographic growth in the Czech Republicyes
52 Renata KlufováFaculty of Economics ,University of South BohemiaDemographic ageing in the Czech Republic – spatial distribution and developmental tendenciesyes
53Ing. Elena Mielcová, Ph.D.OPF SUCointegration Analysis of the Unemployment Rate Time Series – the Case of the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Austria, and Germany 1998-2009yes
54Mgr. Jiří Mazurek, Ph.D.OPF SUGROUP DECISION MAKING IN ORDINAL CONSENSUS RANKING PROBLEM yes
55 Jakub PetrásekCharles University in PragueOptimal portfolio and consumption under pure jump processyes
56doc. RNDr. Jaroslav Mlýnek, CSc.Technical University of LiberecBusiness Impact Analysis and Determination of Critical Information of Business Companyyes
57 Jana MašátováUniversity of Economics, PragueComparison of the Universities from the Operational Research Point of Viewyes
58Mgr. Jan VoříšekInstitute of Information Theory and AutomationEstimating Stochastic Cusp Model Using Transition Densityyes
59doc. Ing. Miroslav Žižka, Ph.D.Technical University of LiberecQuantitative Methods of Identification of Industry Clustersyes
60Ing. Hana MihalcinovaUniversity of EconomicsCONDITIONS WHICH INFLUENCE PERFORMANCE OF ECONOMIC SYSTEM FROM PERSPECTIVE OF GAME THEORYyes
61PhDr. Petr GapkoInstitute of Information Theory and Automation, Czech Academy of SciencesModeling a distribution of mortgage credit lossesyes
62Mgr. Jiří HamanCharles University in Prague, Faculty of Mathematics and PhysicsEvaluation of interval strategies for futures and stock trading with proportional transaction costsyes
63Ing. Veronika SkočdopolováUniversity of Economics, PragueMulti-criteria evaluation of human development in European countriesyes
64Mgr. Petr Dostál, PhD.Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Mathematics and PhysicsAlmost optimal investment strategies for small transaction costs and independent assetsyes
65Ing. Pavla Vodová, Ph.D.Silesian Univerzity in Opava, School of Business Administration in KarvináPrice Indicators as a Measure of Credit Market Integrationyes
66Mgr. Pavel HolečekPalacky University OlomoucDesigning Fuzzy Models of Multiple-Criteria Evaluation in FuzzME Softwareyes
67 Jozef BarunikÚTIA AV ČR, v.v.i.Comovement of Central European stock markets using wavelet coherence: Evidence from intraday data.co-author
68Mgr. Lukas Vacha, PhD.ÚTIA AV ČR, v.v.i.Comovement of Central European stock markets using wavelet coherence: Evidence from intraday data.co-author
69PhDr. Ladislav KrištoufekÚTIA AV ČR, v.v.i.Comovement of Central European stock markets using wavelet coherence: Evidence from intraday datayes
70RNDr. Štefan Berežný, PhD.FEI TU KosiceThe Processing Data For Time Series Analysis.yes
71PhDr. Petr JablonskýUniversity of Economics, PragueModelling and measuring dependencies between zero-bond returnsyes
72Ing. Jan Bartoška, Ph.D.Česká zemědělská univerzita v Praze, Provozně ekonomická fakultaThe Phases of Work Effort and the Student`s Syndrome Modelyes
73Ing. Veronika Mitkova, PhD.Comenius UniversityThe Impact of the Fleet Renewal Scheme Proposal in the Czech Republicyes
74Ing. Petr GurnýVSB TU OstravaComparison of the credit scoring models in PD estimation of US banksyes
75Ing. Martina Beránková, Ph.D.Czech University of Life Sciences PragueCost and Benefit Criteria in MCDM Methodsyes
76Ing. Hana Mohelská, Ph.D.Univerzita Hradec KrálovéScenario creation in the virtual three-dimensional environmentyes
77Ing. Milan Houška, Ph.D.Czech University of Life Sciences PragueCost and Benefit Criteria in MCDM Methodsco-author
78Prof. Ing. Josef Jablonský, CSc.University of Economics PragueComparison of ranking methods in data envelopment analysis modelsyes
79Ing. Vítězslav AntošČeská zemědělská univerzita v Praze , Provozně ekonomická fakultaAHP in System for Project Staff Rewarding and Motivationyes
80RNDr. Marta ŽambochováUniversity of J.E. PurkyneClassification of people types willing and unwilling to start their own businessyes
81 Jitka JanovaMendel University in BrnoOptimization models in agriculture and natural resources: the validation and verification processyes
82RNDr. Jiří Žamboch-yes
83RNDr. Helena Myšková, PhD.Technical University ok Košice Faculty of Informatics and Electrical EngineeringAn algorithm for testing T4 solvability of interval systems of linear equations in max-plus algebrayes
84Mgr. Blanka ZemkováAxiom SW, s.r.o.Applications of Fuzzy Sets in Human Resources Management (Evaluation, Teamwork) yes
85Phd Emad El-Din HassanEMERGENCY LOCATIONS PROBLEM WITH STOCHASTIC PARAMETERSyes
86Prof. Vladimer GlontiRustaveli State UniversityDynamical Estimation and Prediction of Business Value of Regional Insurance Companiesyes
87 Eva PardubickáVSB TU OstravaPrediction of the probability of default for the portfolio of three large Czech banksyes
88Prof. RNDr. Martin Gavalec, CSc.University of Hradec KrálovéOptimization problems with two-sided systems of linear equations over distributive latticesyes
89Mgr. Michal Houda, Ph.D.University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice, Faculty of EconomicsEnvironmental factors in optimization of traffic line construction expensesyes
90 Zdeněk LiščinskýMasaryk UniversityEstimating Nonlinear Approximation of DSGE Models: the Case of Czech Economyyes
91Doc. Ing. Tomas Subrt, Ph.D.Czech University of Life SciencesThe Phases of Work Effort and the Student Syndrome Modelco-author
92Ing. Zuzana NěmcováUniversity of Hradec KrálovéEigenproblem for Queueing Systems in Max-Plus Algebrayes
93Ing. Marek JakubíkCzech University of Life Sciences PraguePitfalls of the PERT methodyes
94 Martin KlicnarEF JCUMulticategorial Response Models in Logistic Regressionyes
95 Vladimír MlynarovičComenius UniversityPORTFOLIO INSURANCE METHODS AND MOVING INVESTMENT HORIZONSyes
96Prof. RNDr. Václava Pánková, CSc.University of EconomicsFDI and Export, Substitute or Complement?yes
97Prof. Ing. Roman Hušek, CSc.University of EconomicsPanel Analysis of Export Efficiency. CR and EU Members.yes
98Ing. Jiří Valecký, Ph.D.VŠB-TU OstravaModelling daily electricity prices at Austria Energy Exchange: linear vs. non-linear (regime-switching) M-R modelsyes
99Ing. Agáta BodnárováUniversity of Hradec KrálovéFlow control in data communication networks using max-plus approachyes
100 Veronika BelákováMasaryk UniversityAnalysis of Interactions Between Czech and Slovak Economyyes
101Prof. RNDr. Ing Jan Kodera, CSc.University of Economics, PragueApplication of Fuzzy Control on Inflation Targeting (Simple Model) yes
102Ing. Quang Van TranUniversity of Economics, PragueApplication of Fuzzy Control on Inflation Targeting (Simple Model) co-author
103Mgr. Petr JonášCharles UniversityRobust estimation of vector autoregressive modelyes
104 Jiří PolanskýMasaryk UniversityFinancial Frictions within a SOE DSGE Modelyes
105 Dagmar LinnertováMasaryk UniversityAn Investigation of the Weekend Effect on the Prague Stock Exchangeyes
106Ing. Roman KvasnickaCzech University of Life SciencesAHP in System for Project Staff Rewarding and Motivation co-author
107Ing. Nora Mikušová, PhD.University of Economics in BratislavaTHE ANALYSIS OF THE FACTORS DETERMINING FDI ALLOCATION IN SLOVAK AND CZECH REPUBLICyes
108Ing. Hana TomáškováUniversity of Hradec KrálovéInterval Eigenproblem for Circulant Matrices in Max-min Algebrayes
109Ing. Vladimíra Hovorková Valent, Ph.D.Technical University of LiberecComparison of Approaches Leading to Courses Credits Allocation Based on European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS)yes
110 Imran RashidUniversity of Hradec KrálovéMonotone eigenspace structure of a fuzzy (max,prod)-matrixyes
111Ing. Ondřej KrčálFaculty of Economics Administration MUCOMPETITION, INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY GAPyes
112Ing. Robert HlavatýCzech University of Life Sciences PragueOptimalization in stock control models with Markov propertyyes
113Ing. Jan Zouhar, Ph.D.University of Economics, PragueScheduling Projects with Cyclical Structure: A Comparison of Fuzzy and Probabilistic Approachesyes
114RNDr. Ing. Milos Kopa, Ph.D.Charles University Prague, Faculty of Mathematics and PhysicsThe incidence of stochastic dominance relation in financial datayes
115Ing. Milan VáclavíkUniversity of EconomicsExtension and Reconvexification of Markowitz's Optimal Portfolio Selection Modelyes
116 Jan ČapekMasaryk University, Faculty of Economics and AdministrationDSGE Model Sensitivity to Current Recessionyes
117 Daniel NěmecMasaryk University, Faculty of Economics and AdministrationEstimating structural changes of the Czech economy: How convincing are the symptoms of the economic crisis?yes
118Doc. Ing. Osvald Vašíček, CSc.Masaryk University, Faculty of Economics and Administration-yes
119Ing. Vítězslav PíšaCharles University in PragueEconomic and Environmental Effects of Biofuel Promotion in the Czech Republic. An Assessment with a Computable General Equilibrium Modelyes
120RNDr. Blanka Šedivá, Ph.D.University of West Bohemia in PilsenCo-integration analysis of the aggregate import function for selected countriesyes
121 Lluís Miquel Plà-Aragon&University of LleidaA DSS to evaluate pig production economicsyes
122Prof. RNDr. Ing Petr Fiala, CSc., MBAUniversity of Economics PragueApproximations for solving network revenue management problemsyes
123RNDr. Petr Kučera, Ph.D.Czech University of Life SciencesDifferent versions of the Savings Method for the Time Limited Vehicle Problemyes
124Doc. Ing. Jana Hančlová, CSc.Faculty of Economics, Technical university of OstravaA VEC model of the Czech and Slovak economiesyes
125Doc. Ing. Jana Hančlová, CSc.Faculty of Economics, Technical university of OstravaOutput convergence amongst the NUTS2 regions of Visegrad countriesyes
126 Pavel HerberMasaryk UniversityInvestigating structural differences of the Czech economy: Does asymmetry of shocks matter?yes
127Ing. Pavel GežíkEU in BratislavaInventory management model with returnyes
128 Martin LukáčikEU BratislavaA VECX Model of the Czech and Slovak Economyco-author
129 Karol SzomolányiUniversity of Economics in BratislavaA VECX Model of the Czech and Slovak Economyco-author
130 Jan ŠindelářInstitute of Information Theory and AutomationBayesian vector auto-regression model with Laplace errors applied to financial market datayes
131RNDr. Vlasta Kaňková, CSc.Institute of Information Theory and Automation, Academy of Sciences of the Czech RepublicRamsey Stochastic Model via Multistage Stochastic Programmingyes
132 Tomáš MotlMasaryk University, Faculty of ScienceAnalysis of the Behaviour of a Small Open Economy in Period of Dramatic Economic Eventsyes
133Ing. Karel Sladký, CSc.Institute of Information Theory and Automation of the ASCRRisk-Sensitive Ramsey Growth Modelyes
134 Michal HolčapekVSB-TU OstravaSmoothing of FX returns by a filter based on fuzzy transformyes
135 Martin SlanicayMasaryk UniversityStructural Differences in Small Open Economy DSGE Models with Nominal Rigiditiesyes
136Mgr. Vadym OmelchenkoUTIASub-Gaussian stable distributions in financial practiceyes
137Ing. Rostislav StaněkMasaryk University, Faculty of Economics and AdministrationFrictions in the exchange process and the Essentiality of Moneyyes
138 Jaromir BaxaUstav teorie informaci a automatizaceThe Effects of Fiscal Policy in the Czech Republicyes
139 Tomáš MajerUniversity of ZilinaShortest Trail Problem with Respect to Prohibited maneuversacceptance process
140 David MartinčíkUniversity of West BohemiaMacroeconomic experimental modelyes
141Bc. Martin FléglCzech University of Life SciencesDecision making models with fuzzy valuesyes
142Doc. RNDr. Helena Brožová, CSc.Cech University of Life ScienceDecision making models with fuzzy valuesco-author
143Ing. Andrea VoriskovaCULSCOMPARISON OF DECISION-MAKING METHODSyes
144 Jan BruhaCzech National BankA small labor market modelyes
145 Ladislav BeranekUniversity of South BohemiaThe usage of belief functions in online auction trust modelyes
146 Hana Bruhova-FoltynovKolin Institute of TechnologyESTIMATION OF THE VALUE OF TIME IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC USING DISCRETE CHOICE MODELSyes
147Mgr. Iveta BebčákováPalacký University OlomoucFuzzified Choquet integral: a way to model interacting criteria in decision makingyes
148Mgr. Daniela Ponce, Ph.D.University of Hradec KrálovéSolving queuing theory problems using multiagent systemsyes
149Mgr. Kristýna IvankováUTIAApplication of isobars to stock market indicesyes
150 Václav FiněkTU LiberecNumerical Methods in Valuation of Finantial Derivativesyes
151doc. Dr. Ing. Miroslav PlevnýUniversity of West Bohemia, Faculty of EconomicsModelling of evaluation of a firm's investment in the information system – a case studyyes
152Ing. Miroslav RadaUniversity of economics in PragueOn improving the Best-Fit algorithm for 2D orthogonal strip packing problemyes
153Doc.RNDr.Ing. Ladislav Lukas, CScUniversity of West BohemiaApplication of empirical mode decomposition to analyze simulated financial time seriesyes
154Ing. Kateřina Maršíková, Ph.D.Technical University of LiberecExpected Returns on University Investment: Survey in the Czech Republic and the UKacceptance process
155Doc.Ing. Jiri Beck, CSc.University of West BohemiaAnalytic hierarchical process and weight generation for inconsistent interval comparison matrices by eigenvalue methodyes
156Dr.Ing. Jiri HofmanUniversity of West BohemiaApplication of entropy for supplier-customer system complexity analysis – case studiesyes
157 Jan HanousekCharles UniversityPaying for banking services: What determines the fees?acceptance process
158 Stanislav PalúchUniversity of ZilinaA Vehicle Scheduling Algorithm Based on Vertex Covering by a Set of Disjoint Pathsacceptance process

Total count of participants: 158.








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