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Macroeconomics. International economics. Forecasting. Bayesian analysis.
Banking and financial markets. Monetary policy. Russia, Ukraine and other CIS countries.
International economics. Banking and financial markets. Macroeconomics. History of financial crises.
Household financial behavior. Dollarization (euroization). Money demand.
EU integration. EU regional policy. EU structural and cohesion funds. EU migration.
Wage setting. Wage bargaining institutions. Financial crises.
EMU architecture. Macroeconomics. Energy economics. Comparative country studies.
Pricing, inflation. Credit and banking. Forecasting. Monetary policy. Macroeconomics.
Growth and investment. Banking and finance. Capital Markets Union.
Applied microeconometrics. Financial stability. Survey methodology. Household finance.
Public finance, taxes, structural policies. European economic governance.
Finance, financial markets and banking. Inflation, monetary policy and European Monetary Union.
Financial stability. Banking in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe (CESEE).
Financial markets and the real economy. Empirical finance. Financial market volatility.
Long- and short-term forecasting. Early warning indicators for crises and financial (in)stability.
Maria Antoinette Silgoner
European integration. Internal and external imbalances. Competitiveness and trade.
History of central banking. Monetary policy. Financial markets.
Economics of transition. Fiscal policy. Privatization. Credit growth, finance-growth nexus.
Banking supervision. MREL. Resolution. Capital adequacy.
Christian Alexander Belabed
Macroeconomic theory. Income distribution. History of financial crises.
Industrial organization of banking. Panel econometrics. Modelling credit risk.
Financial econometrics. Optimization under uncertainty. Scenario generation. Fixed income.
Financial stability. Household consumption and saving behavior.
Financial stability and Regulation. Risk quantification. Applied econometrics.
Economics of transition. EU economic and institutional convergence. Development economics.
Fiscal and tax policy.
Monetary and fiscal policies. Structural and labour market policies. Economic coordination.
European economic integration. Competitiveness. International trade.
Macroeconomics. Optimal policy. Monetary-fiscal policy interactions.
Monetary policy transmission. Interest rate pass through. Nominal rigidities.
Monetary policy. Economic growth. Convergence issues. Enlargement of the EU and EMU.
Financial economics. Banking regulation. Systemic risk.
Fiscal policy, European economic governance, public debt management. Historical debt crisis.