Dr Dmitri Vinogradov
- Senior Lecturer in Corporate Finance and Banking (Accounting & Finance)
Dmitri is a Senior Lecturer in Corporate Finance and Banking. Previously, Dmitri worked for 10 years at the Essex Business School, University of Essex (UK), and before that worked at the University of Heidelberg (Germany) and the Higher School of Economics, Moscow (Russia).
Dmitri's research is in applied microeconomics of uncertainty, with applications to financial markets, banking and public finance. In particular, Dmitri studies how uncertainty affects decisions and the welfare of ordinary people, how public announcements and information inflow translate into expectations, and how political and financial institutions can help improve our well-being. Dmitri has worked on projects funded by the EU (TACIS), UN (WIDER), British Academy, Bank of England, among others.
Dmitri is a member of the Finance research cluster.
- Financial intermediation and financial crises
- Individual decisions in uncertainty
- Financial markets, uncertainty and wellbeing
Big news for small people: formation of perceptions and expectations funded by British Academy / Leverhulme Trust, joint with M. Lamla (2017) £10K
Identifying the Effect of Central Bank Announcements on Consumer Expectations funded by the Bank of England, joint with M. Lamla (2017) £7K
Public-Private Interactions research group funded within the RF Academic Excellence Project “5-100”, Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation (2014) £50K
Intellectual Financial Services funded by Erasmus Mundus, International Masters in Economy, State and Society (IMESS) consortium (2014) €4.8K
Dmitri is interested in supervising PhD students with a challenging topic broadly falling within:
- Corporate Finance
- Behavioural Finance
- Financial markets and welfare
- Public-private partnerships
Dmitri teaches Derivative Securities (UG) and Financial Risk Management (PG).
Dmitri is on the Editorial Board of Journal of Industrial and Business Economics and co-organising iCare - the International conference on applied research in economics and finance.