Professor Tatiana Kirsanova
- Professor (Economics)
Tatiana joined Economics at Glasgow in September 2011. She previously held positions at the University of Exeter and the National Institute of Economic and Social research, London. She holds degrees from the Moscow State University, London School of Economics and the University of Oxford.
Tatiana is a member of the Macroeconomics research cluster.
Areas of expertise:
- Monetary Policy
- Fiscal Policy
- International Economics
- Computational Economics
Australia Discovery Grant 2011, 120,000 Australian dollars.
Professor Kirsanova is interested in supervising PhD researchers in the areas of Monetary Economics, International Economics, Macroeconomic control policies.
Current PhD students
Jorge Ricardo Chavarin Hoyos
Thesis title: Fiscal Policy in Emerging Economies. Experiences and Alternatives.
Co-supervisor: Professor Campbell Leith
Maryam Shafiei Deh Abad
Thesis title: Interactions of Monetary and Fiscal Policies in the Economy with High Inflation.
Co-supervisor: Dr John Tsoukalas
- Galichere, Arthur
Asset Price Bubbles and Macroeconomics Policies
Monetary Policy and the Role of Central Banks, PGT, University of Glasgow Numerical Methods, PhD, University of Glasgow.
Money and Banking, 3d year course (UG), University of Exeter, Macroeconomics, 2nd year course (UG), University of Exeter, Macroeconomic Modelling, PGT, University of Exeter, Economics of business I and II, Honours course (UG), University of Glasgow, Economics 2B (UG), University of Glasgow.