Masaryk University (MU)
Masaryk University (MU) is the second-largest public university in the Czech Republic established in 1919. At present it comprises nine faculties with over 200 departments, research centres, institutes and freestanding and hospital-based clinics and it is recognized as one of the most important teaching and research institutions in the Czech Republic. MU offers education across the full spectrum of traditional and contemporary fields from life, physical, health, social and computer science to law, education, arts and humanities and economics and business. Its internationally acknowledged research focus addresses multidisciplinary issues especially in the areas of biology, genomics, neuroscience, nanotechnology and microtechnology and in the field of environmental contamination.
Radoslav Skapa is an associate professor in the Department of Corporate Economy at Masaryk University. For more than 15 years, he has been focusing on empirical research on reverse logistics – its managerial and marketing aspects. This is also reflected in his teaching that includes courses of operations/supply chain management and marketing research. Within ReCiPSS project, Radoslav participates in the development of circular business models for the two demonstrators.