Michal Mejstřík (Economist Dies of Covid-19 at 68) Biography: Wiki, Age, Education, Career, Death Cause

Who is Michal Mejstřík? Michal Mejstřík Bio/Wiki

The man who had brought up an entire generation of Czech businessmen, economics professor Michal Mejstřík, succumbed to Covid-19. He was born on Mejstřík was born on June 6, 1952, in Cologne Czechoslovakia.


The Institute of Economic Studies at Charles University, which Mejstřík co-founded and where he worked for many years, has confirmed this knowledge.


He was 68 years old.


He was graduated from the University of Economics in Prague and then worked at the Czechoslovak Academy of SciencesInstitute of Economics. Mejstřík started studying at the London School of Economics in 1990.


As a prominent figure in the Czech post-revolutionary economy, Mejstřík was also active in setting up the Centre for Economic Research and Doctoral Studies (CERGE-EI), serving as a member of the National Economic Council of the Government from 2009 to 2014 and as Honorary Consul of South Korea from 2016.

He also served as a member of the Central Crisis Workers Economic Advisory Committee during the Covid-19 pandemic.


He was also a member of the expert group KoroNERV-20, which was formed last March with the intention of reducing the effects on the Czech economy of the pandemic.

Death Cause

In January 2021, Covid-19 died at the age of 68.

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