Vadym Volosovych joined Erasmus University in 2010. He received his PhD in economics from the University of Houston (USA) in 2006. He also holds a BSc…
Vadym Volosovych joined Erasmus University in 2010. He received his PhD in economics from the University of Houston (USA) in 2006. He also holds a BSc in international economics and law from Dnipropetrovsk State University (Ukraine) and an MA in economics from the National University "Kyiv-Mohyla Academy" (Ukraine).
His research is broadly on international macro-finance, focusing in particular on understanding the patterns of international investments, the effects and explanations of economic integration on macro and micro level, firm productivity, and the linkages between real and financial sectors in open economies. Following recent trends in the literature, he uses micro-level data (i.e., data at the firm level) to answer traditional macroeconomic questions about macroeconomic volatility and co-movement. He is also interested in research on private equity and leveraged buyouts, development economics, and history of globalization.
Dr. Volosovych is an Associate Editor of Visnyk of the National Bank of Ukraine (the scientific publication of Unraine's central bank) and has been a visiting scholar at the National Bank of Ukraine, the research department of the International Monetary Fund, Washington D.C., and an assistant professor of economics at Florida Atlantic University (USA). In Ukraine, Dr. Volosovych worked as a research associate at the Institute for Economic Research and Policy Consulting in Kiev. At this position Volosovych wrote research papers and advised the Government of Ukraine on issues related to macroeconomic, monetary, exchange-rate, and investment policy. His non-academic experience includes work in commercial banking and small business development.