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Dmitry Kuvshinov and Victoria Vanasco appointed as Research Affiliates at the Centre for Economic Research Policy (CEPR)

Dmitry Kuvshinov and Victoria Vanasco appointed as Research Affiliates at the Centre for Economic Research Policy (CEPR)

The appointment will help these young economists by providing research support and an appropriate environment within which to enter the international scene

23.04.2020

 

Dmitry Kuvshinov
Victoria Vanasco

Profs. Dmitry Kuvshinov, Assistant Professor in the UPF School of Economics and Business, and Victoria Vanasco, Junior Researcher at the Centre de Recerca en Economia Internacional (CREI), have recently been appointed as Research Affiliates at the Centre for Economic Research Policy (CEPR). They are two of the 19 economists appointed this year to be CEPR Research Affiliates.

CEPR Research Affiliates are promising young researchers who have completed their PhD within the past seven years, and are selected based on their publications in leading journals, evidence of strong potential for collaboration with other CEPR researchers, and research interests in line with those of CEPR programmatic areas.

CEPR aims to identify and promote the work of such young economists, and provides research support and an appropriate environment within which to enter the international scene. Appointments are made for four years, during which CEPR offers services and opportunities for its research members to take advantage of, including fundraising, project coordination, and administering workshops and conferences.

Prof. Kuvshinov's research interests lie in the fields of finance, macroeconomics, and economic history. His most recent working paper studies long-run trends in stock market capitalisation and their drivers.

Prof. Vanasco's research focuses on topics related to information asymmetries and their impact on financial markets and the real economy. She is interested in factors that lead to information and belief heterogeneity, on how these factors may impact incentives of market players to screen and monitor assets, and on the study of regulatory policies to increase liquidity and discipline in markets.

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