Milan Ščasný is a Senior Research Fellow at Charles University Environment Center (Head of Dept. of Environmental Economics and Sociology), a lecturer at the Institute of Economic Studies (a Ph.D in Economics in 2006) and since 2016 he has been also collaborating with CERGE-EI all in Prague, Czech Republic. His research activities cover several areas in the field of environmental and behavioral economics, inter alia, consumer behaviour and demand; the valuation of non-market goods, particularly of health risks and benefits; quantification of external costs attributable to air pollution; and the impacts of regulation on the economy, the energy system, and the environment. He has been involved in about 30 research projects funded by the Framework Programmes of the European Commission. He has been collaborating with OECD on consumer behaviour and health benefit valuation (VERHI-Children, CIRCLE, Coordinated Valuation Study Project Group). He coordinated a stated-preference study commissioned by European Chemicals Agency to examine the economic value of benefits of avoiding selected adverse human health outcomes due to exposure to chemicals, and two studies for Health Canada on valuation of mortality risk, fertility, and developmental toxicity.