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360 Lecture with Elina Ribakova

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360 Lecture with Elina Ribakova

The Department of Economics is pleased to announce a guest lecture by a former student of the Department – Elina Ribakova, as part of the 360 Guest Lecture Series 2020/21 for this academic year.

Professor Caroline Elliott will introduce the speaker and chair the Q&A session at the end of the lecture.

In pursuit of national economic security

Date: Wednesday 3 February, 5-6pm (UK Time)
Location: Microsoft Teams

This event is for staff and students only and registration is required in order to attend. We hope to see many of you there.

About the speaker

Elina is Deputy Chief Economist at the Institute of International Finance in Washington. She directs the IIF’s economic research on global emerging markets.

Elina was previously a visiting fellow at Bruegel, where her research focused on financial markets, emerging markets and central banks. Prior to that, she held senior level roles in economic research at a diverse set of financial institutions, most recently with Deutsche Bank in London as Head of EEMEA Research, as well as leadership positions in other international financial institutions.

Elina also taught graduate and undergraduate courses at the Stockholm School of Economics and given guest lectures at the London School of Economics, New Economic School in Moscow and Chicago Booth in London. Ms Ribakova began her career as an economist at IMF headquarters in Washington D.C.

Elina graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Business Administration from the Stockholm School of Economics, funded by a Swedish Government Scholarship.

Elina, a Chevening Scholar, received her Master’s in Economics, University of Warwick in 1999 and was awarded the Shiv Nath Prize for outstanding contribution to research in economics.


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