Welcome to Dr Wadim Strielkowski's website!

Wadim Strielkowski is a Czech economist of Polish-Belarusian origin who works at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague and the National University of Ireland, Galway. He is one of the EU leading experts on the labour market issues, international migration, tourism economics and marketing. 

His research interests also include entrepreneurship, rural development, energy economics, e-tourism, mystery and thriller tourism, and educational system.

Wadim Strielkowski recieved a Master degree in Economics from the Charles University in Prague, a Master degree in Political Economy from the University of Siena. He recieved his Ph.D. for his dissertation on the Economics of migration from the Charles University in Prague and his second Ph.D. for his dissertation on the Economics of Small and Medium Enteprises in the context of Rural Development from the National University of Ireland, Galway.

He published 17 monographs and 70 research articles on the labour economics, tourism economics, economics of migration, and other issues in prestigous peer-reviewed journals (most of them indexed in SCOPUS and WoS).



 

My research

 

Our serious research on a ridiculous topic has found its way to the the respected academic journals. Me and my colleagues, Dr. Emily Welkins and Dr. Evgeny Lisin, have several articles on supernatural economics published in various prestigious academic journals. Our research demonstrates that (under some conditions) peaceful co-existence of humans and vampires might be possible. For instance, see the following: 

 

Strielkowski, W., Lisin, E. and Welkins, E. (2013), Mathematical models of interactions between species: peaceful co-existence of vampires and humans based on the models derived from fiction, literature and films, Applied Mathematical Sciences, Vol. 7, no. 9-12: 453-470, ISSN 1312-885X 

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Wadim Strielkowski, Evgeny Lisin, Emily Welkins (2013), Co-Existence of Vampires and Humans Is Possible: Proofs Based on Models Derived from Fiction Literature, Comic Books and Films. Annals of Improbable Research, Vol. 19, No. 1: 11-16, ISSN 1079-5146

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Strielkowski, W., Lisin, E., & Welkins, E. (2013). How to Stop a Vampiric Infection? Using Mathematical Modeling to Fight Infectious Diseases. Applied Mathematical Sciences, Vol. 7. no. 84: 4195-4202, ISSN 1312-885X

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Lectures

I teach a number of courses at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague:

 

1) Advanced Economics of European Integration - Microeconomic Aspects (JEM081), a Jean Monnet permanent course developed with the support of the European Commission. The course focuses on economic theory, methods and outcomes of integration between a group of countries (economies of national states). For more information click here.

 

2) Marketing Strategy Planning (JJB282) demonstrates how marketing strategy and eliciting consumers’ preferences can be planned and designed using the applied choice analysis approach. 

 

3) Tourism Marketing (JJB251) course provide students with the theoretical and practical skills necessary for a successful career in a number of sectors within the wider travel and tourism industry. Considerable share of the course will consist of analyzing case studies and practical examples of tourism marketing. Distinguished guests will be invited to present in the course. Fore more information  click here .

My books

 

Check out my new books on Economics of Eastern European migration, Roma migrations, Turkish migration in Europe, migration in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, Rural micro-enterprises in Polish Transition of 1989-2004 and Educational systems of EU and RF!

All books are available at Amazon in paperback and eBook formats!

In addition, you might want to check out the book "Till the last drop!" by my good friend Dr Emily  Welkins!                                                 

 

            

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Economics of Eastern European Migration

ISBN 978-38-45470-41-2

Lambert Academic Publishing     

Paperback from $80.55

 

Roma migrations

ISBN 978-80-87404-14-0

Charles University in Prague

Faculty of social sciences 

Paperback from €14.99 Kindle edition $5.74   

 

 

Turkish migration in Europe

ISBN 978-80-87404-16-4

Charles University in Prague

Faculty of social sciences 

Paperback from €19.99

Migration in the Czech Republic and Slovakia

ISBN 978-80-87404-15-7

Charles University in Prague

Faculty of social sciences 

Paperback from €19.99                              

  

 

Educational systems of the European Union and Russian Federation

ISBN 978-80-87404-22-5

Paperback from €11.99

Charles University in Prague

Faculty of social sciences  

Rural micro-enterprises in Polish transition

ISBN 978-80-87404-17-1

Charles University in Prague

Faculty of social sciences 

Paperback from €24.99      

Part from the sales of this book will be used to establish Dr Eoghan Garvey's scholarship fund for gifted students

 

Advanced Economics of European Integration: Selected issues (with Professor Frantisek Turnovec)

ISBN 978-80-87404-33-1

(available for free download)

Charles University in Prague, Faculty of social sciences

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Determinants of survival, growth and employment creation in Polish firms

 

ISBN 978-80-87404-36-2

(paperback will be soon available for sale)

Charles University in Prague, Faculty of social sciences

 

 

All you need to know about vampires!

Books by me dear colleague, Dr. Emily Welkins

 

News

The new book on determinants of survival, growth and employment creation in Polish small enterprises is out now!

12/03/2013 13:19
  Dear Friends and Colleagues, I am happy to announce that the new book entitled "Determinants of survival, growth and employment creation in Polish firms" (published by the Charles University in Prague, ISBN 978-80-87404-36-2) is nout now! One can hardly doubt the importance of small and...

Our new book (with Professor Frantisek Turnovec) is out now!

17/12/2012 13:56
Dear all,   It is my pleasure to inform you that our new book (co-authored by Professor Frantisek Turnovec and guest lecturers at our course "Advanced Economics of European Integration: Microeconomic Aspects") is out now! The book is available for free download here. WS

The new publication entitled "Educational systems of the European Union and the Russian Federation" is out now!

13/07/2012 19:33
The new book entitled "Educational systems of the European Union and the Russian Federation" is freshly out of print! The book is bi-ligual (English and Russian) and it provides an interesting insight into the problematique of the higher education in both EU and RF. T The book can be...
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