Akademická funkce: Ph.D. Candidate
Odborné zaměření: Macroeconomics, Monetary Policy, Macroprudential Policy
Členství: Doktorandi, Katedra makroekonomie a ekonometrie
Email: fisnik [DOT] b87 [AT] gmail [DOT] com
Konzultační hodiny: po dohodě
Školitel: doc. Mgr. Tomáš Holub Ph.D.
Rok začátku PhD studia: 2021
Datum rigorózní zkoušky:
Datum státní dr. zkoušky:
Macroprudential Policies and Dollarisation: Implications for the Financial System and a Cross-Exchange Rate Regime Analysis
Empirical Evaluation of Economic Performance of Small Emerging Economies under Full Dollarisation/Euroisation
This PhD research contributes to the literature by examining the economic performance of dollarised small emerging economies. The work consists
of three related topics on evaluating the impact of dollarisation on small emerging economies. Specifically, the following studies will be conducted:
(1) The Impact of Dollarisation on Economic Growth, Investment, and Trade;
(2) Macroprudential Policies and Dollarisation: Implications for the Financial System and a Cross-Exchange Rate Regime Analysis; and
(3) Meta-Regression analysis on dollarisation impact on GDP growth.
Dollarisation has been extensively debated and largely promoted as a monetary and exchange rate policy alternative for small emerging economies. Arguments in favour and against dollarisation are commonly based on theory, while the literature recognizes the scarcity of empirical results on the topic. This study evaluates over two decades of dollarisation experience from small emerging economies. Our findings show that dollarisation is associated with similar economic growth levels compared to other exchange rate regimes. Nonetheless, dollarised countries enjoy higher investment and, potentially, lower trade levels. Our findings contradict a great share of existing literature with regards to the benefits of dollarisation in terms of economic growth and trade. We also show how dollarisation has performed in comparison to other exchange rate regimes, individually, where currency board arrangements appear to produce superior economic outcomes.
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As a PhD candidate, I primarily supervise Bachelor theses on the topics of Macroeconomics, Monetary Policy, Exchange Rate Impact, and Macroprudential Policy.
You are encouraged to select your Master thesis supervisor from the current IES faculty. If you still want me to supervise your Master's thesis, contact me via email.