Roman Horvath is Professor at Institute of Economic Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University, Prague. He served as the Head of Research Unit and Advisor to the Board at the Czech National Bank and as the President of Czech Economic Society. Currently, he is a member of Monetary Experts Panel of the European Parliament.
Editorial, Journal of Financial Stability, forthcoming special issue on "Challenges to Financial Stability in Europe"
Natural Resources and Economic Growth: The Research Evidence, column for the Global Development Network blog
Guest editor, special issue on The Risks to Macroeconomic and Financial Stability published in Economic Systems
Design and sequencing of exit from non-standard monetary policy measures: What should the ECB “new normal” look like? , paper for the Monetary Dialogue between ECB and European Parliament
Visiting Fellow, Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies, Regensburg, January-February 2018
Financial Development, Rule of Law and Wealth Inequality, Bank of Finland Institute of Transition, Discussion Paper No. 12/2017 (featured on centralbanking.com)
Visiting Professor, Université Paris Nanterre, October 2017
What Type of Finance Matters for Growth?, World Bank Policy Research Working Paper, No. 7645