Tomas Sedlacek is a Czech university lecturer, Chief Macroeconomic Strategist, and author but renowned foremost as an economics expert, with a unique style of influential thinking. His role as an economic advisor to the former Czech Republic President Václav Havel gave him an essential grounding in globalization and economic strategies.
Why you should book Tomas Sedlacek for your next event
- Tomas Sedlacek speaks with authority on global economics, drawing on his experience as the former economic advisor to the president of the Czech Republic and his role as Chief Macroeconomic Strategist to a large commercial bank
- The renowned author of the best-selling book Economics of Good and Evil, Tomas enthralls audiences with his interpretation of beliefs and philosophies relating to macroeconomics
- Tomas’ keynote speeches tie together a variety of subjects including philosophy, mythology, anthropology, and religion, and reveals how they are at the heart of economics today
Tomas Sedlacek’s stellar career undoubtedly reached a turning point upon publication of his book, The Economics of Good and Evil, in 2011. Not just a best-seller in the Czech Republic, it has been translated into 17 languages and received the award of the best economic book title in Germany.
The book is based on his thesis that he initially submitted to the Faculty of Social Sciences at Charles University. Surprisingly, it was rejected at the time, having been deemed as questionable scientific value. A theatre production based on his book draws a rapt audience at the National Theatre in Prague.
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Tomas currently enjoys his role as Chief Macroeconomic Strategist to one of the largest commercial banks in the Czech Republic. He also makes time to take on lectures at the prestigious Charles University and advises many non-profit organizations. He writes regular newspaper columns for international publications.
His keynote speeches touch upon a myriad of different subjects, as diverse as religion, philosophy, and mythology, and yet, all tied in to his unique view of economics. Much in demand as a media commentator, his topics include future wealth, changing the nature of industry, and the movement of nations.