Main research interests
- International Macroeconomics
- Monetary Policy
- International Finance
- Applied Time Series Analysis
- Dynamic Factor Models
- Structural Vector Autoregressions
Galina is a PhD candidate at the Kiel Institute since 2015, and at Kiel University since 2013.
As member of the Forecasting Center, she largely contributes to the quarterly forecast of German foreign trade and to policy analyses and research projects related to international trade, capital flows, and the current account.
Her research interests lie in the empirical analysis of the effects and international spillovers of monetary policy and in the analysis of global financial and macroeconomic co-movements, where she applies advanced time series methods such as panel VARs, FAVARs and dynamic factor models.
Galina plans to complete her PhD in 2019.