Katarína Stehlíková, Ph.D.

Vice President for Academic Quality (currently on maternity leave)

Katarína Stehlíková earned her M.A. (Mgr.) degree in Mathematics and Management at the Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics at the Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia and her Ph.D. in Economics at the Center for Economic Research and Graduate Studies (CERGE-EI) in Prague. She worked as a researcher at the Economics Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences focusing on quality assurance of nonprofit organizations and corporate giving. Since 2006, she has worked at Anglo-American University in various positions: initially the Dean of School of Business Administration, since 2009 also Vice-Provost for Student Affairs, and since 2011 in the position of Vice President and Accreditation Liaison Officer.

specialization

Applied Microeconomics, Non-profit Organizations, Quality Assurance

courses taught

Organizational Theory and Design

School of Business Administration, Department of Economics and Business Law

publications & other activities

  • Svítková K., 2013. Certification and its Impact on Quality of Charities. Prague Economic Papers, 4/2013, 542-557
  • Ortmann A., Svitkova K., 2009. Do Self-Regulations Clubs Work? Some Evidence from Europe and Some Caveats from Theory. Chapter in: Nonprofit Accountibility Clubs (eds: Gugerty M.K., Prakash A.), 2011
  • Hanousek, J., Kočenda, E., Svítková, K., 2010. Corporate Philanthropy in the Czech and Slovak Republics. Czech Journal of Economics and Finance, 60(2), 102-121
  • Svítková K., 2007. Prompted to Be Good: The Impact of Certification on the Quality of Charities, CERGE-EI, Working paper No. 320
  • Ortmann, A., Svítková K., 2007. Certification As A Viable Quality Assurance Mechanism in Transition Economies: Evidence, Theory, and Open Questions. Prague Economic Papers, 2007 (2)