prof. Ing. Daniel Stavárek, Ph.D.
Professor, Head of Department
School of Business Administration
Department of Finance and Accounting
Univerzitní nám. 1934/3
733 40 Karviná
Daniel Stavárek finished his major in banking at the School of Business Administration of the Silesian University in Karviná. He got involved into work in the Department of Finance as an assistant in September, 2000 and since 2001 he has worked here as an assistant profesor and associate professor. He finished his doctoral study in Finance in 2004. He was appointed as an associate professor in Finance, banking and investment in 2007. President of the Czech Republic appointed Daniel Stavárek as a full university professor in Economics and management in 2013.
He lectures in courses: Finance, International Finance, International Financial Institutions, in Ph.D. course on Financial Management and in English-taught course International Business Finance. He regularly lectures issues of international finance, economic transformation in Central Europe and the restructuring of the financial and banking sector at foreign universities. Since 2007 he was the Deputy Head of the Department of Finance. Since 2008 he has been the Head of the Department of Finance.
He is a member of Czech Economic Society, Euro-Russian Network for Banking and Insurance Studies, International Economic Society and its Advisory Board and Society for the Study of Emerging Markets. He serves as a co-editor and member of editorial boards of several scientific journals and member of program committees of international conferences. In 2009 - 2013, he was a member of the Board of Referees of the Czech Science Foundation in the field of Business, finance and administrative sciences. He also served as a member of the Board of Internal Grant System of Silesian University for several years. In 2009-2011 he served as Chairman of Academic Senate of Silesian University, School of Business Administration in Karviná. In April 2011, he was appointed as Vice Dean of Foreign Affairs. In March 2015 he was elected and appointed as a Dean of the School of Business Administration in Karviná.
Professional and research orientation
International Finance and Banking, Foreign Exchange Markets and Exchange Rates, International Financial and Monetary Institutions