Hello, welcome to my personal blog. My name is Matěj (Matt) Adámek, I am a student of Economics at the University of Plymouth. My professional aim is to experience working at a statistical office and then seek long-term employment as a business analyst with a corporation of values similar to mine. Alternatively, I am considering the path of a high school teacher of ICT and/or economics.
Interests: Digital art, Gastronomy, Data analysis, IT
Causes: Education towards critical thinking, Reduction of resource wasting, Human and animal welfare
Based on the results of the political compass test, I stratify as a social democrat, which accurately represents my world-view and general opinions. I align towards a regulated economy, however can't stress the idea that the regulations must be of as low a magnitude as possible, in order to preserve both household and business welfare at levels close to natural levels.
Within my field of study, I am an orthodox dissenter relatively close to the new Keynesian school of economics. This means that I don't believe in the axiom that markets clear on their own. My opinion is that some dead weight loss caused by government interventions is outweighed by their social effects.
Based on multiple instances of the Myers-Briggs personality test, I identify as an INFJ. An introvert with need for social interaction apt to abstract thinking rather diligent in completing my tasks and holding up to an established routine. Although I am a night owl with flexible daily schedule, my body clock adjusts easily, rendering be to be able to focus on my responsibilities.
In a company of people, I am altruistic and attentive, reading between the lines and observing non-verbal aspects of others. Among extroverts, I usually remain silent, however don't hesitate to talk while having something to say to the point. I have a biting sense of humor and can be critical at times, which is however outweighed by my ability to appreciate effort.
Regarding my self-interest, I tend to struggle representing my own desires, rather focusing on satisfying people around me, which makes me prone to abuse from sociopaths and self-important people. Yet, whenever there is something I want to achieve, acting through doing instead of talking is my way to go