Miloš Fišar, Ph.D.
I am a lab manager and senior scientist at WULABS at Vienna University of Economics and Business in Vienna, Austria; and research associate at Masaryk University Experimental Economics Laboratory (MUEEL) in Brno, Czech Republic.
I hold a Ph.D. in public economics (since 2018).
My research interest is related to behavioral, experimental, and public economics especially with a focus on anti-social behavior (e.g. corruption, lobbying, tax evasion).
Published and Forthcoming Papers
Committed to Reciprocate on a Bribe or Blow the Whistle: The Effects of Staff-Rotation in Public with Ondřej Krčál, Jiří Špalek, and Rostislav Staněk in Public Performance & Management Review, 2020. (MUNI ECON Working Papers 2019-01).
Gender Differences in Beliefs and Actions in a Framed Corruption Experiment with Matúš Kubák, Jiří Špalek, and James Tremewan in Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 2016
Governmental Research Support Programs and Private Entities in Slovakia with Zuzana Malíková, Matúš Kubák, and Radovan Báčík in Review of Economic Perspectives, 2014
Media Bias and Tax Compliance: Experimental Evidence with Tommaso Reggiani, Fabio Sabatini, and Jiří Špalek. MUNI ECON Working Papers 2020-01
A Competitive Audit Selection Mechanism with Incomplete Information with Ondřej Krčál, Rostislav Staněk, Jiří Špalek, and James Tremewan. MUNI ECON Working Papers 2019-08
The Effects of Staff-rotation in Public Administration on the Decision to Bribe or be Bribed with Ondřej Krčál, Jiří Špalek, and Rostislav Staněk. MUNI ECON Working Papers 2019-01
Work in Progress
Human vs. Machine: the Role of (in-)Human Auditor in Taxation Game with Jiří Špalek, and James Tremewan
Riding the Cycle: Hormonal Determinants and Behavioural Decision‐Making with Lubomir Cingl, Jan Krátký, Radek Kundt, Eva Kundtová Klocová, Klára Marečková, and Tommaso Reggiani
Embezzlement and Corruption with David Masclet, Yvon Rocaboy, and Jiří Špalek
Role of Ritualization on Stress Relief and Economic Decision‐Making with Lubomir Cingl, Jan Krátký, Martin Lang, Radek Kundt, Eva Kundtová Klocová, Klára Marečková, and Tommaso Reggiani
Priming by Environmental Cues with Jan Krátký, and Tommasso Reggani
2020 - present: senior scientist and lab manager at WULABS (Vienna University of Economics and Business, Vienna, AUT)
2020 - present: researcher associate, MUEEL (Masaryk University, Brno, CZE)
2017 - 2020: researcher and lab manager, MUEEL (Masaryk University, Brno, CZE)
2012 - 2020: researcher, Department of Public Economics (Masaryk University, Brno, CZE)
2019: lecturer, Department of Finance (Mendel University, Brno, CZE)
2016 - 2018: external researcher, Department of Economics (Technical University of Liberec, Liberec, CZE)
2014: visiting scholar, New Zealand Experimental Economics Laboratory (University of Canterbury, Christchurch, NZL)
2012: visiting scholar, International Economics and Business Department (Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod – National Research University , RUS)
Master's Degree Courses
Experimental Humanities I
Research Methods in the Public Sector
Bachelor's Degree Courses
Introduction to Experimental and Behavioral Economics
Selected Issues of the Public Sector
Economic Aspects of the Transition Process
Transformation of the Public Sector
Theory of the Public Sector
Introduction to Public Finance and Public Administration
Secondary AffiliationMASARYK UNIVERSITY Faculty of Economics and Administration Masaryk University Experimental Economics LaboratoryLipová 507/41a602 00 Brno, Czech Republic