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WIERZBOWSKA AgataAssociate Professor
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In my research I mostly study the effects of monetary policy, both within one country and their international spill-overs. The specific research topics concentrate mainly on: - the effects of monetary policy in euro area as a whole and in individual euro area countries - the effects of euro area monetary policy on Central and Eastern European countries - role of banking sector in transmission of monetary policy effects
Education and Positions
- 2015, Ph.D. in Economics, Kobe University
- 2011, MA in Finance and Accounting, Warsaw School of Economics (Poland)
Lectures and Seminars
During the English-taught class of Global Economy, I present different aspects regarding the world's economy: benefits and costs of free trade, international capital flows and migration, foreign currency markets, financial globalisation; their rationale, occuring changes as well as policy issues. The teaching is based on both theoretical analysis and the real-world examples. The aim of the course is to provide knowledge on basic analytical tools as well as to develop higer interest and better understanding of the issues connected to the global economy and increase the ability of looking at the problems from different perspectives. The second objective of the class is to allow students to gradually develop skills of listening, presenting short information and discussing the topics regarding the global economy in English.
1．Wierzbowska A., Shibamoto M.,Cross-country evidence on determinants of fiscal policy effectiveness – the role of capital flows and a country’s international trade and financial position., Discussion Paper Series, RIEB, Kobe University, DP 2015-08, March 25, 2015
2．Wierzbowska A., Transmission of euro area shocks to Central and Eastern European countries. Implications for monetary autonomy problem and business cycles synchronization., Japanese Journal of Monetary and Financial Economics, Vol. 3 No. 1, February 2015