Ing. Mgr. Barbora Volná, Ph.D.

Email: barbora.volna@math.slu.cz

Position:

Assistant Professor

Curriculum vitae:

  • Current position: Assistant Professor;
  • Postgraduate study at Silesian University in Opava, Mathematical Institute in Opava (2009–2015), Ph.D. Thesis: On dynamical behaviour of the aggregate macroeconomic equilibrium models;
  • Graduate study at VŠB – Technical University of Ostrava, Faculty of Economics (2007–2010), Master Thesis: "An Economic Analysis of IS-LM Model Based on Special Functions";
  • Graduate study at Silesian University in Opava, Mathematical Institute in Opava (2007–2009), Master Thesis: "Analysis of model IS-LM";
  • Undergraduate study at Silesian University in Opava, Mathematical Institute in Opava (2004–2007), Bachelor Thesis: "Propound optimal home-financing product using the method of multi-criteria analysis (SAATY/AHP)".

Publikační činnost

List of publications

  • B. Volná, A dynamic IS-LM model with relaxation oscillations, Applicable Analysis 95, no. 3, (2016), 661–667.
  • B. Volná, Chaotic behaviour of continuous dynamical system generated by Euler equation branching and its application in macroeconomics equilibrium model, Mathematica Bohemica 140, no. 4, (2015), 437–445.
  • B. Volná, Existence of chaos in the plane R2 and its application in macroeconomics, Appl. Math. Comput. 258 (2015), 237–266.
  • B. Volná Kaličinská, Augmented IS-LM model based on particular functions, Appl. Math. Comput. 219, no. 3, (2012), 1244–1262.
  • B. Volná (Kaličinská), Models of unexpected fluctuations of aggregate income or real interest rate, Proceedings of the 30th International Conference Mathematical Methods in Economics (2012), 974–979.
  • Barbora Volná Kaličinská, Potential existence of Devaney, Li-Yorke and Distributional chaos in two modifications of macroeconomic IS-LM model, Macromodels 2011 - proceedings of the Thirty Eighth International Conference (2012), 15–24.
  • B. Kaličinská, Mathematical modelling of macroeconomic equilibrium or IS-LM model based on special functions, Macromodels 2010 – proceedings of the Thirty Seventh International Conference (2011), 21–32.