The actual application of research outcomes in business practice belongs to the main goals of the Faculty. Since 2015, the Institute of Excellence in Management covers a wide range of activities in the field of business and management that include among others, consulting, executive education, research, information services, evaluation and assessment, as well as professional and expert services. The institute nowadays encompasses multiple Centers of Excellence that focus on various areas of management research:
The faculty members engage in a wide variety of research projects. The following table the most important recent projects.
|Name||Source of funding||Principal Investigator(s)||Years|
|CUPESSE – Cultural Pathway to Economics Self-Succiciency and Entrepreneurship||7. FP EU||Ivan Nový, Martin Lukeš||2014-2018|
|Effective methods of support for small and middlesized subjects of cultural sector in the environment of national and European economy||Ministry of Culture, Czech Republic||Petr Dostál||2011-2015|
|Impact evaluation of public programmes in the field of environment||Technology Agency, Czech Republic||Oto Potluka||2014-2015|
|Evaluation of innovations||Technology Agency, Czech Republic||Miroslav Špaček||2014-2015|
|Research of insolvency practice in the CR, with the aim of forming proposals for changes in the legislation that would enable increased yields from insolvency proceedings for creditors, which would contribute towards increasing the competitiveness of the Czech economy||Technology Agency, Czech Republic||Luboš Smrčka||2014-2015|
|Research of current entrepreneurial activities in the Czech Republic, capturing their changes in the recent years and international comparison using GEM method||Technology Agency, Czech Republic||Martin Lukeš||2013-2015|
Besides engaging in externally-funded grants, the Faculty, especially Ph.D. students, participate in the Internal Grant Agency’s projects that allow the investigators to develop their research and writing skills and to participate in international academic conferences.
The Faculty has a long tradition in organizing international conferences and scientific meetings, such as:
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