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Filip Matějka's paper “Choice Simplification: A Theory of Mental Budgeting and Naive Diversification”, co-authored with Botond Kőszegi, has been accepted to be published in The Quarterly Journal of Economics.

The journal is the oldest professional journal of economics in the English language, edited at Harvard University's Department of Economics, covering all aspects of the field. It is one of the core economics journals, consistently ranked among the top titles.

Read more about the paper here: https://bit.ly/2ZS8wFZ

Filip Matějka is an Associate Professor with tenure at CERGE-EI and a member of the Executive and Supervisory Committee of CERGE-EI. He is also an Associate Professor at CERGE, Charles University and a Researcher at the Economics Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences. His area of research is mainly macroeconomics, political economy, information economics (mostly rational inattention), and behavioral economics. Recently, Filip has been awarded the Minister of Education Youth and Sports Prize for outstanding results in social sciences research.