Martin is in charge of evaluating economic opportunities and potential risks and preparing impact studies and economic and statistical analyses and presenting them to business partners.
He completed studies in National Economics and Economic Theory (2007) at the University of Economics in Prague, and at the same school, he obtained his doctor’s degree in finance (2014). In 2007-2013, he served as an economic adviser to the president of the republic, and in 2011-2013, as the director of the Secretariat of the President of the Republic. He represented the president at government meetings and he was a member of the Government Council for National Minorities (2008-2013), a member of the Expert Panel on Financial Literacy at the Research Institute of Education in Prague (2009-2013) and a member of the Center for Economics and Politics. After Václav Klaus’s term of office ended, Václav Klaus became the Director of Economic Studies at Václav Klaus’ Institute. Martin Slaný lectures on macroeconomics at the University of Economics in Prague and publishes in the professional economic press.