Student Scientific Conference about Economics of Spatial Planning in scale of City

5rd Annual of the Conference on City and Economy

MĚ100 – Student Scientific Conference about Economics of Spatial Planning in scale of Town


About the Conference

The link to the live stream is HERE.

The Aims

We are going to open a new topic that is seldom mentioned in the context of planning. We would like to explore the connection between urban and regional planning and the economics. We would like to invite all academics from various universities and professionals in this field to come and have a discussion in an open forum with PhD students. We hope to be able to organise this in the years ahead.

How and when will the conference take place?

The idea for the conference is that PhD students will present their work and invited guest professionals will also give presentations, allowing for a scholarly and scientific debate and engagement to occur. To this end, the conference wants to invite professionals that are outside of the academic sphere: municipal representatives, especially those in departments responsible for the budgets of towns and regions; representatives of banks involved in financing public construction projects; or experienced managers of private projects interested in co-operation between public and private sector.

The conference (workshop day) will take place in CAMP (Vyšehradská 57, Prague 2) on the 12th of November, 2020.

Conference program

Conference program
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Who is going to participate

We are inviting professionals with extensive experience in planning and construction abroad. List of MĚ100 2019 speakers: Prof. Sven Bienert, IREBS – International Real Estate Business School, University of Regensburg, Prof. Jan Frait, CNB Prague, Wolfgang Lunardon, CS Prague.

Participants for year 2020 are


Ing. Lukáš Tittl, IPR Praha – transport engineer transport concept specialist of the Institute of Planning and Development of the Capital City of Prague of Prague
In 2015, Lukáš graduated from the Faculty of Transport at the Czech Technical University in the field of transport systems and technology. His diploma thesis Increasing the potential of railway stations and stops on selected railway lines in Prague was nominated for the Transport Construction of the Year competition. Since 2013 he has been working at the Institute of Planning and Development of the Capital City of Prague. m. Prague in the office of transport infrastructure, where he is in charge of, among other things, the concept of the railway in Prague. It focuses mainly on the functioning of rail transport as a passenger service and on sustainable mobility. In 2016, he co-authored the winning design of the international urban design competition "The Future of the Center of Brno", which sought the appearance of the city center and the interchange of the main railway station. His major projects include managing the project of the new Smíchov terminal (from 2018) or writing the Development Strategy for the Prague Metropolitan Railway (2018). Since 2019, he has been educating students in the field of sustainable mobility at the Faculty of Transport, CTU.

Vít Řezáč, ČVUT – Assistant Professor at the Department of Spatial Planning, Faculty of Architecture, CTU in Prague.
Since 1994 he has been working in parallel in international companies (eg Skanska Property CR) as a project manager.
During his career, he has always worked in the field of urban construction. Since the beginning of the 1990s, the faculty has been dealing with economics in spatial planning, the issue of managing large projects, as well as planning processes and spatial planning legislation abroad.
In his dissertation "City of Short Distances" he monitors the economic consequences of setting up a planning system in our country. The thesis is "Unclear rules and vague formulations of public interest are a burden for municipalities and developers in the process of planning and development of a particular area."
In 1993, he completed postgraduate studies in spatial planning at the ETH Zurich. He also completed shorter internships at other workplaces (including the Building Authority in Hamburg).

Ondřej Zabloudil, Deloitte – Senior Manager: Audit | Real estate and construction
Ondřej Zabloudil is a senior manager of the real estate and construction department of Deloitte, where he mainly deals with real estate valuation, transactions and related analyzes. His qualifications and expertise are based on his experience as an architect and project manager. He has long-term experience in all areas of Real Estate and Development - design, project activities, calculation and selection of suppliers, as well as experience in engineering - negotiating and approving plans with government agencies and the implementation of residential projects not only in the Czech Republic but also abroad.
Ondřej graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of the Czech Technical University and also graduated from the Masaryk Institute of Advanced Studies - Business and Management in Industry and Trade and RICS Studies - Commercial Real Estate Valuation.


Mgr. Helena Mitwallyová, NF VŠE
Mgr. Helena Mitwallyová specializes in public administration, especially self-government and railway infrastructure. She has published expert articles on the topic of contributory organizations, a comparison of mandatory local government tasks in selected European countries and the use of railway infrastructure in Europe. She worked for 15 years as an auditor in public administration, both offices and organizations established and founded. Now in the company FREKO a.s. leads the division providing care for public greenery and municipal cleaning.

Lukáš Makovský, FA ČVUT
Senior Consultant Realit in Deloitte Czech Republic. Student The London School of Economics and Political Science. Former employee of IPR Prague, head of the Office of Strategy and Development with a focus on urban economics, co-editor of the update of the Strategic Plan 2016.

Dr.phil. Alexander Shemetev, NF VŠE
Is the author of many books and articles on financial management and anti-crisis management. He wons first place in Russia on financial management and economics for three times. He has 2 Name Grants of the President of the Russian Federation for his own-made researches.
He is the author of "Tutorial on anti-crisis management for directors and owners of firms", which became the Laureate of the All-Russian competition for the best scholarly book [He was a student at bachelor level then].
He published the book "Self Help for the integrated financial analysis and forecasting of bankruptcy, as well as financial marketing-management". Alexander Shemetev to date is the author of six books and over 140 scientific papers.

Ing. David Mazáček, FFÚ VŠE
David Mazáček teaches the subjects Real Estate Market and Development Project within MBARE. David works at the development company Crestyl, where he is responsible for the acquisition of new projects. During his career, he has worked for Deloitte and Discovery Group, among others, where he was in charge of market and competitiveness analysis, asset valuation, and spatial planning budgets. He participated in the expansion of the shopping center in Zlín, the revitalization of the Žižkov freight station or the Kotva shopping center. Since 2016, David has been a member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and since the same year he has been leading the Institute of Strategic Investing at the University of Economics. Together with Jaroslav Kaizr, he is behind the creation of the MBA program Real Estate and Valuation at the University of Economics in Prague, which was accredited in the spring of 2018. David graduated from the University of Economics in Prague with a degree in Commercial Law and Property Valuation and Charles University in Financial Markets and Banking.

The Conference Output

Chosen contribution will be published in conference proceedings and/or in the International Journal of Economic Sciences (ISSN 1804-9796).


The conference is supported by Czech Technical University in Prague through SVK 43/20/F5 grants.

Partners of the conference

Jan Evangelista Purkyne University in Usti nad Labem, Czech Technical University Prague, Institute for Economic and Environmental Policy, Faculty of Economics Prague, University of Life Sciences Prague.

Prague Institute of Planning and Development (IPR Praha), The Czech Association for Urbanism and Regional Planning (Asociace pro urbanismus a územní plánování ČR), The Association for Real Estate Market Development (ARTN) and The Association of Developers (Asociace developerů, AD).


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