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Irina Stanga

Irina Stanga

Economics and Research Division

Short Bio

Irina is an economist in the modelling team of the Economics and Research Division. Her main research interests revolve around the monetary policy transmission channels, inflation dynamics and bank stability. She works on inflation forecasting as part of the quarterly macroeconomic projection rounds, as well as on policy projects related to the revision of monetary policy strategy and unconventional monetary policy.

Education

2019 - PhD Economics, University of Groningen
2012 - MSc. Macroeconomic Policy and Financial Markets, Barcelona Graduate School of Economics
2011 - MSc. Economics & Econometrics, University of Groningen
2009 - B.Sc. Finance, Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest

Research Interests

  • Macroeconomic modelling and inflation forecasting
  • Financial stability and macro-prudential policy
  • Inflation dynamics and monetary policy transmission

Working Papers

Macroeconomic reversal rate: evidence from a nonlinear IS-curve (with J.W. van den End, P. Konietschke and A. Samarina), DNB Working Paper No. 684, 2020. Download

Publications in refereed journals

Irina Stanga, Razvan Vlahu and Jakob de Haan (2020), Mortgage arrears, regulation and institutions: Cross-country evidence, Journal of Banking and Finance 118, 105889. Download. See also Vox column

Irma Hindrayanto, Anna Samarina and Irina Stanga (2019), Is the Phillips curve still alive? Evidence from the euro area, Economics Letters 174, 149-152. Download

Irina Stanga (2014), Bank bailouts and bank-sovereign risk contagion channels, Journal of International Money and Finance 48(A), 17-40. Download

Other publications

Inflation in the euro area since the global financial crisis (with Bonam D., Galati G., Hindrayanto I., Hoeberichts M., and A. Samarina), DNB Occasional Studies No. 17-3, 2019. Download

Exchange rate pass-through in the euro area and EU countries (as contributor), ECB Occasional Paper No. 241, 2020. Download

 

Latest update: July 2020