I am a Senior Economist in the International Finance division at the Central Bank of Ireland, working on research and policy development in market based finance, also in cooperation with international institutions. My work concentrates on stress testing, mutual funds, and derivative markets. I used to work with the European Systemic Risk Board, working on analysing systemic risk in the context of the derivatives market in Europe, analysing macroprudential issues within the insurance sector in Europe, and supporting the Advisory Scientific Committee. I have also been a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Cape Town, under the supervision of Prof. Co-Pierre Georg. I have obtained a PhD in economics at the Cracow University of Economics in 2015, where I have also obtained M.Econ in 2010. My research interests include financial economics, the use of network theory and information theory in economics, as well as financial stability and systemic risk. I am a member of the IEEE, Royal Economic Society, and Polish Economic Society. My CV can be found here.

You can reach me via e-mail at [email protected].

References can be obtained from:

  • Dr. Mark Cassidy, Director, Central Bank of Ireland
  • Francesco Mazzaferro, Head of the European Systemic Risk Board Secretariat
  • Prof. Dr. Co-Pierre Georg, Senior Lecturer at the University of Cape Town
  • Prof. Dr. Artur Hołda, Professor at the Cracow University of Economics

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