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Research Interests


International Finance, Finance, Empirical Political Economy

Recent Publications


Published Papers

Rodnyansky, A. and Darmouni, O. The Effects of Quantitative Easing on Bank Lending Behavior, (2017) Review of Financial Studies, forthcoming
Grosfeld, I., Rodnyansky, A. and Zhuravskaya, E. Persistent Antimarket Culture: A Legacy of the Pale of Settlement after the Holocaust, (2013) American Economic Journal: Economic Policy

Cambridge Working Papers in Economics

Darmouni, O., Giesecke, O. and Rodnyansky, R. The Bond Lending Channel of Monetary Policy, (2020) CWPE2049
Goetz, D. and Rodnyansky, A. Exchange Rate Shocks and Quality Adjustments, (2019) CWPE1915
Rodnyansky, A. (Un)Competitive Devaluations and Firm Dynamics, (2018) CWPE1888

Recent Activities


The Ukrainian economy: where now for the future?
A University of Cambridge academic at the Faculty of Economics has warned that the impact of the war will be disastrous for the Ukrainian economy, regardless of the outcome.
Published on - Monday 14th March 2022

The Ukraine conflict is an economic catastrophe
Dr Alexander Rodnyansky, who is currently an economic adviser to President Zelenskyy, has been speaking to news outlets about the effect of the current conflict on the Ukrainian economy and people.
Published on - Friday 4th March 2022

Ukraine’s Land Market Reform
Dr. Alex Rodnyansky was quoted in the Reuters article "Ukraine Adviser: Excluding Foreigners From Buying Land Will Hurt Growth", which looks at the Ukraine’s land market reform. Dr. Rodnyansky is the Chief Economic Adviser to the Prime Minister of Ukraine.
Published on - Tuesday 26th November 2019

Chief Economic Adviser to Ukraine
Dr. Alex Rodnyansky has been appointed as Chief Economic Adviser to the Prime Minister of Ukraine from September 2019. Dr Rodnyansky is responsible for drafting and monitoring the overall economic reform agenda in Ukraine, devoting particular attention toward its internal consistency.
Published on - Tuesday 29th October 2019

Teaching


MPhil F300 - Corporate Finance

Dr Alexander Rodnyansky













University Assistant Professor

Research Group:
Macroeconomics

Personal Site:
http://www.arodnyansky.com/

Contact Details
Email: ar908@cam.ac.uk
Room: 43