Karina Kubelkova


July 5, 2022

Karina Kubelková (* August 24, 1983) is a Czech economist and university teacher, from July 2022 a member of the banking board of the Czech National Bank.


Since 2008, she has been working at the Faculty of Economics of the University of Economics in Prague, where she received her doctorate (Ph.D. title) in 2015. At the academic and professional level, he focuses on applied economic and social policy and macroeconomic forecasting. She completed a number of internships and study stays at foreign universities, such as University of Padua in Italy, University of Lausanne in Switzerland, University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands, University of Helsinki in Finland, University of Mumbai in India or Lomonosov Moscow State University in Russia . She received her MBA from the University of Lyon in France. During her studies, she was involved in the Economic Club of the Young Conservatives. From 2010 to 2014, she worked as an economic analyst at the Office of the Government of the Czech Republic, since 2014 she has been processing economic analyzes for the Office of the President of the Republic. She is a member of the accreditation commission of the Czech MBA Association (since 2021), a member of the Czech Statistical Society (since 2018) and serves on the scientific board of the Czech Banking Association (since 2017). She works as the chief analyst of the Chamber of Commerce of the Czech Republic, where she is also the secretary of the Economic Policy Section, which has been operating since 2014. Since 2018, she has also been a member of the Committee for Budget Forecasts, which is an advisory body of the National Budget Council. The task of the committee is to assess the objectivity of the macroeconomic and budgetary forecasts prepared by the Ministry of Finance of the Czech Republic for the preparation of the state budget. In autumn 2018, she was a co-author of an analysis of the Czech health insurance system, which was prepared by the Faculty of Economics of the University of Economics in Prague, and which warned that the system is not ready for deterioration of the economic situation and possible further economic crisis. Since 2022, she has also been a member of Prime Minister Petr Fiala's advisory council. On June 8, 2022, the President of the Czech Republic, Miloš Zeman, appointed her a member of the banking board of the Czech National Bank, with effect from July 1, 2022. Japanese culture and opera.