Danuše Nerudová is an economist and the President of Mendel University in Brno. In her scholarly work, she has specialized in the issues of European taxes in which she regularly gives lectures not only in the Czech Republic but also abroad. Her priorities include improving the quality of education, especially in terms of critical thinking and creative problem-solving. She is the chair of the Committee for Fair Pensions and actively speaks about economic issues that are currently resonating in society. She is an advocate of equal opportunities for women in the labor market and, according to Forbes magazine, is one of the 125 most influential women in the Czech Republic. 
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