Jan Malek

Ph.D. Student in the

Firms and Markets Department

Contact

+49 30 89789 - 534
Research Topics and Working Areas

Jan Málek is a current Ph.D. student at the DIW Berlin. His research interests relate primarily to the empirical industrial organisation and competition policy. He completed his Bachelor in Economics at the Charles University in Prague, having spent one semester as a visiting student at the University of Mannheim. Jan obtained his Masters in Economics specializing in Markets and Regulation at the University of Amsterdam. In his Master thesis, he conducted an empirical analysis of the Czech car market and examined the effects of the Opel-PSA merger on the Czech market. His bachelor thesis modelled the influence of renewable sources on transmission systems in Central Europe and was published as a series of papers in international journals. Prior to joining DIW, Jan worked as a junior competition economist in a Czech law firm and as an analyst in several financial institutions, including a major Czech bank.

Publications

DIW focus 6 / 2020

US and EU Secure Vaccine Production on Home Soil

2020| Jan Malek, Melissa Newham, Jo Seldeslachts, Marcel Wieting
DIW aktuell ; 53 / 2020

USA und EU setzen auf lokale Impfstoffproduktion - Versorgungssicherheit im Fokus

2020| Jan Malek, Melissa Newham, Jo Seldeslachts, Marcel Wieting

Lectures

Vortrag

Killer Acquisitions

Jo Seldeslachts, Jan Malek, Melissa Newham
[Online], 17.12.2020
| KVS Preadviezen Mededingingsbeleid: Livestream vanuit het Ministerie van Economische Zaken en Klimaat
Vortrag

Determinants and Effects of Mergers and Acquisitions: Evidence from Drug Projects in the Diabetes Market

Jan Malek
[Online], 10.07.2020
| Brown Bag Seminar Industrial Economics, DIW Berlin: [Webinar]
Vortrag

Determinants of Ownership Changes in the Market for Diabetes

Jan Malek
Berlin, 20.12.2019
| Brown Bag Seminar of the Cluster of Industrial Economics, DIW Berlin
Vortrag

M&A and Innovation in the Pharmaceutical Industry

Jan Malek
Berlin, 10.05.2019
| Brown Bag Seminar of the Cluster of Industrial Economics, DIW Berlin
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