CSc. (Ph.D.) University of Economics, Prague (VŠE), Czech Republic
Dr. Helena Fialová is an instructor in the School of Business at UNYP. Dr. Fialová has a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Economics, Prague. She is considered an expert in the field.
She has worked on numerous research projects, many of which have dealt with macroeconomic forecasting of the Czech economy. She has been a visiting Lecturer at universities in Japan, California, Hawaii, Chicago, Belgium and the UK.
She has written numerous textbooks on macro- and microeconomics and the business cycle, as well as several dictionaries of business and economic terms in Czech and English. She is continuously publishing academic articles in various scholarly economic journals. Dr. Fialová is a visiting Faculty at the University of Economics, Prague (VŠE); Czech Technical University (ČVUT), Faculty of Engineering and the MBA program at the Masaryk Institute of Advanced Studies.
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