Maroš Servátka is a Professor of Economics at Macquarie Graduate School of Management, which is Australia’s leading graduate business school. He is the Founding Director of the MGSM Experimental Economics Laboratory and the Founder and Past President of the Slovak Economic Association. Maroš is a recipient of the Ronald Coase Institute Outstanding Achievement Award.
Maroš specializes in experimental and behavioral economics and has experience consulting to industry, government & non-profit organizations on behavioral approaches and solutions. He has conducted research in the area of charitable giving in order to help charities to raise funds and provided behavioral insights to businesses on market strategy, customer service, and project planning. He has advised government agencies on behavioral public policy issues, studied matching algorithms used by stock exchanges, and explored governance structures of firms and employee behavior to provide managerial recommendations. He teaches his MBA students to apply experimentation in their organizations to learn what works but also what does not.