Using Electronic Information Resources in Education
Session coordinator: Milan Špála, Charles University in Prague - 1st Medical Faculty, Czech Republic
Time and venue: May 25, 2:00 PM - 5:15 PM, Auditorium D
A Little Bit Different Seminar: To Be His Own Librarian
- Antonie Doležalová, University of Economics, Prague - Faculty of Public Administration, Czech Republic
- Documents to download
The contribution will present the original way of teaching of both the czech economic thinking and economic history aswell. It is realized at the Faculty of public administration, University of economics, Prague in cooperation with CIKS at the same university.
The result of this seminar is not just seminar paper but also new acquisition in the library. The acquisition to the virtual (online) library named Bibliotheca economica. Bibliotheca economica is the co-operative project for the caalogue and digitize economic literature published befor 1948. Financial partner of the project is ČSOB bank.
- Author's professional CV
Antonie Dolezalova is Associate Professor at the University of Economics in Prague. She studied Economics at the University of Economics in Prague and then went on to study History and Philosophy at the Charles University in Prague. She received her PhD from the Faculty of Arts (Charles University, Prague) in 2004. Her PhD was in the field of Economic History, specifically on Fiscal Policy in interwar Czechoslovakia (published in 2007 – “Rasin, Englis and the others”). She received the title of Associate Professor from the University of Economics in Prague in 2009.
In both her research and lectures she focuses on the topic of Economic History: in the Czech lands & CEE at the end of the 19th century & the first half of the 20th century and within the following themes:
- History of Economic Policy (specifically Fiscal Policy, Monetary Policy, Land Reform)
- History of Czech Economic Thinking (specifically the Fiscal Policy, Monetary Policy, Social Justice)
- the phenomenon of individual and group interest* (specifically Nationalism, Altruism, Philanthropy, Political Party System).
She is currently working on two subjects – Political Agrarianism and The Origins of Czech Civil Society. In terms of publications, she is the author of 2 books (on fiscal policy and political party system), 11 studies in academic journals, 1 university text book (altruism and philanthropy). In addition to these, she co-authored 5 Czech and 3 international monographs, and has been repeatedly granted financial support for various research projects (e.g. history of the Czech economic thinking, fiscal policy, political party system, political agrarianism, Czech civil society)