Filip Vesely

Associate Professor
 (414) 229-4910
 Bolton Hall 830



PhD, Economics, Purdue University
MA, Economics, Purdue University
MS, Finance, Prague University of Economics
BFin, Prague University of Economics

Research Interests

Monetary Economics, Macroeconomics

Current Projects

“Myopic Defectors: Safeguard for Cooperation?” (with Vivian Lei and Chun-lei Young).
“Optimal Payment Arrangements: Money vs. Reciprocal Exchange”
“Patent Protection and Innovation: An Experimental Study” (with Vivian Lei).
“Short-Term and Long-Term Capital Flows: Theoretical Model and Experimental Evidence” (with Kenneth Chan and Vivian Lei).

Selected Publications

Lei, V., Masclet, D., & Vesely, F. (2014, December). Competition vs. Communication: An Experimental Study on Restoring Trust. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 108(December), 94–107.
Chan, K. S., Lei, V., & Vesely, F. (2013, July (3rd Quarter/Summer)). Differentiated Assets: An Experimenal Study on Bubbles. Economic Inquiry, 51(3), 1731-1749.
Lei, V., & Vesely, F. (2010, October (4th Quarter/Autumn)). In-group vs. Out-group Trust: The Impact of Income Inequality. Southern Economic Journal, 76(4), 1049-1063.
Lei, V., Tucker, S., & Vesely, F. (2010). Forgive or Buy Back: An Experimental Study of Debt Relief. Review of Economic Design, 14(3-4), 291-309.
Lei, V., Tucker, S., & Vesely, F. (2007, April (2nd Quarter/Spring)). Foreign Aid and Weakest-Link International Public Goods: An Experimental Study. European Economic Review, 51(3), 599–623.
Camera, G., & Vesely, F. (2007, October (4th Quarter/Autumn)). Trading Horizons and the Value of Money. European Economic Review, 51(7), 1751-1767.
Camera, G., & Vesely, F. (2006, March). On Market Activity and the Value of Money. Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 38(2), 495-509.