Stefan Avdjiev

Stefan Avdjiev

Adviser for Financial Stability
Monetary and Economic Department

Stefan Avdjiev joined the BIS in 2009, immediately after the completion of his PhD in economics. Prior to assuming his current position, he worked as an Economist in the Financial Institutions and the Financial Markets groups of the BIS Monetary and Economic Department (between 2009 and 2014) and as the Deputy Head of International Banking and Financial Statistics (between 2014 and 2020). His recent research has been mainly focused on issues related to financial stability and international finance. He has also conducted and published research in macroeconomics and asset pricing.

Fields of interest

  • International finance
  • Macroeconomics
  • Financial stability and macroprudential issues

23 items
July 2022

by Bryan Hardy, L Serven, Sebnem Kalemli-Ozcan and Stefan Avdjiev

in Journal of the European Economic Association
December 2020

by Anastasia Kartasheva, Bilyana Bogdanova, Patrick Bolton, Stefan Avdjiev and Wei Jiang

in Journal of Financial Economics
July 2020

by Leonardo Gambacorta, Linda S Goldberg, S Schiaffi and Stefan Avdjiev

in Journal of International Economics

by Előd Takáts and Stefan Avdjiev

in Review of Finance
July 2022

by Michael C Tseng, Stefan Avdjiev and Uluc Aysun

in Economic Modelling

by Stefan Avdjiev and Tsvetana Spasova

in SUERF Policy Briefs

by Stefan Avdjiev and Tsvetana Spasova

in CEPR Discussion Paper
July 2021

by Ricardo Sousa, Stefan Avdjiev and Stephan Binder

in Journal of International Money and Finance
March 2021

by Bat-el Berger, Hyun Song Shin and Stefan Avdjiev

in Banque de France Financial Stability Review
October 2020

by Bryan Hardy, Goetz von Peter, Patrick McGuire and Stefan Avdjiev

in Review of International Economics