Ing. Peter Bolcha, Ph.D.

Vice-President for Research; Chair, Department of Economics and Business Law, School of Business Administration

Peter Bolcha earned both his M.Sc. and Ph.D. in Economics at the University of Economics, Prague. His research interests are connected with empirical economics and applied econometrics. Bolcha has published on topics related to investment incentives and methods and evaluations of government policies. Along with his academic activities that include past jobs at University of Economics, Prague and Charles University, he has worked on projects with major institutions and companies such as Czech Railways, RWE, and the Ministry of Trade. His project activity was recently extended to a post as Director of AAU Center for Applied Research (CAR), where he organizes and coordinates corporate projects in classes of School of Business.


Applied Microeconomics, Applied Econometrics, Empirical Research

courses taught

Introduction to Microeconomics, Introduction to Econometrics, Thesis seminar, Statistics for Business Decisions

publications & other activities

  • BOLCHA, P., ROVNÝ. Luck or luxury? Possible corruption in the car registration process in the Czech Republic. Journal of Public Policy, available on, 2015.
  • BOLCHA, P. -- ZEMPLINEROVÁ, A. Dopad investičních pobídek na objem investic v České republice. Politická ekonomie : teorie modelování, aplikace. 2012. sv. 60, č. 1, s. 81--100. ISSN 0032-3233
  • BOLCHA, P. O výpočte fiškálneho dopadu investičnej podpory. Politická ekonomie : teorie modelování, aplikace. 2008. sv. LVI, č. 2, s. 257--274. ISSN 0032-3233.
  • BOLCHA, P. Kant - Sartre a späť. Acta oeconomica Pragensia : vědecký časopis Vysoké školy ekonomické v Praze.. sv. 13, č. 5, s. 61--71. ISSN 0572-3043.
  • SCHWARZ, J. -- BARTOŇ, P. -- BOLCHA, P. -- HEŘMANSKÝ, P. -- MACH, P. Analýza investičních pobídek v České republice. Praha. 2007
  • BOLCHA, P. Efekty migrácie a odhady budúcich migračních tokov v kontexte rozšírenia Kadeřábková, B (ed.) Dopady globalizace na trhy práce. Praha: Oeconomica, 2006. 1 s. ISBN 80-245-1092-8.