Maroš Servátka

Director of MGSM Experimental Economics Laboratory, Professor


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Maroš Servátka is a Professor of Economics at the Macquarie Business School and the Founding Director of the MGSM Vernon L. Smith Experimental Economics Laboratory. He served as the Economics Discipline Leader at Macquarie Graduate School of Management in 2015-2018.

Maroš received his MA in Quantitative Methods from the Warsaw School of Economics and his PhD in Economics from the University of Arizona. He previously held a postdoctoral position at the University of Mannheim and an Associate Professor position at University of Canterbury where he was also the Director of the New Zealand Experimental Economics Laboratory. Maroš is the Founder and a former President of Slovak Economic Association. He serves on the editorial board of Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics and on the Executive Committee of the Economic Science Association. Maroš is the recipient of the 2019 Ronald Coase Institute Outstanding Achievement Award and 2021 Macquarie Excellence in Research Award. He has been awarded national and international competitive grants and his research has been published in leading economics and management journals.

Maroš has experience consulting to industry, government & non-profit organizations on behavioral approaches and solutions. He has done work in the areas of charitable giving helping non-profit organizations to raise funds, provided practical recommendations to businesses related to advertising, customer service, or project planning, advised government agencies on issues related to effective budget execution, studied matching algorithms used by stock exchanges, and explored governance structures of firms and behavior of employees to provide managerial recommendations. He teaches his MBA students to apply experimentation in their companies to learn what works but also what does not.

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