Miloš Fišar, Ph.D.
Welcome to my personal website!
I am an experimental economist affiliated as an assistant professor at the Department of Public Economics and the Masaryk University Experimental Economics Laboratory at Masaryk University. Formerly I held the positions of lab manager and senior scientist at the Competence Center for Experimental Research at the Vienna University of Economics and Business. Additionally, I am honored to serve as the Code & Data Associate Editor for Management Science.
With a Ph.D. in public economics since 2018, my research interests revolve around the fields of behavioral, experimental, and public economics, with a particular focus on the role of hormonal determinants in decision-making and understanding of anti-social behavior.