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Visiting Professors

Dmitry Livdan, PhD in Physics, New York University, 1996 and PhD in Economics, Wharton Business School, 2003, is Professor of Finance at the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley. One of the leading researchers in the field of economics and finance, he had his research published in: Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial Economics, and Review of Financial Studies. Dmitry Livdan is ICEF visiting professor since 2014.

Norman Schürhoff, PhD Carnegie Mellon University 2004, Full Professor at University of Lausanne, Switzerland. He is an expert in Financial Economics, Corporate Finance, Mathematics for Economics and Finance. He has published in The Journal of Finance, Review of Financial Studies, Journal of Financial Economics, Review of Asset Pricing Studies, Journal of Operations Management and Journal of Monetary Economics. Professor Norman Schürhoff became an ICEF Visiting professor in 2017.

Sergei Severinov, PhD Stanford University 1998, Associate Professor at The University of British Columbia, Canada, is a renowned expert in Microeconomics, Industrial Organization, Managerial Economics, Game Theory. He has published in Journal Of Economic Theory, Rand Journal of Economics, Journal of Political Economy, Journal of Public Economics, Games and Economic Behavior, Economic Theory, Journal of Labor Economics. Professor Sergei Severinov became an ICEF Visiting professor in 2016.

Dimitrios Tsomocos, PhD Yale University 1996, Professor of Financial Economics at Said Business School, University of Oxford. His main areas of expertise include: Banking and regulation, Incomplete asset markets, Systemic risk, Financial instability, Issues of new financial architecture. He co-developed the Goodhart – Tsomocos model of financial fragility in 2003. He has published among others in Economic Letters, Economic Theory, Journal of Economics, Journal of Financial Stability, Journal of Mathematical Economics, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, International Journal of Central Banking.