Vania Stavrakeva

Assistant Professor of Economcs

PhD (Harvard), BA (Franklin and Marshall)

Dr Vania Stavrakeva's research interests include international finance, macroeconomics, macro-finance and financial sector regulation. She has held the role of Assistant Professor of Economics at London Business School since 2013.

She has extensively studied how the regulation of bank capital and derivative regulation should differ across countries, given that countries vary in their fiscal capacity. She focuses her ongoing research on sovereign debt contracts, exchange rate determination and the impact of policy uncertainty on asset prices. 

She holds a PhD in economics from Harvard University. Prior to completing her PhD, she spent two years at the Brookings Institute – one of the major think tanks in Washington, DC – conducting economic research.

2019

Optimal bank regulation and fiscal capacity

Stavrakeva V

Review of Economic Studies 2019 Online first

2008

The continuing puzzle of short horizon exchange rate forecasting

Stavrakeva V; Rogoff K

National Bureau of Economic Research 2008

2018

The dollar during the global recession: U.S. monetary policy and the exorbitant duty

Stavrakeva V; Tang J

Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

2017

Exchange rates and the yield curve

Stavrakeva V; Tang J

Social Sciences Research Network

2015

Exchange rates and monetary policy

Stavrakeva V; Tang J

Social Sciences Research Network

Optimal bank regulation and fiscal capacity

Stavrakeva V

Social Sciences Research Network


Teaching portfolio

Our teaching offering is updated annually. Faculty and programme material are subject to change.

 

Core courses

  • Global Economic Analysis
  • Understanding International Macroeconomy