Information about Neven Valev

Welcome to my website! Here you will find information about my academic life as well as the Global Economy project that I lead. I received my Ph.D. in Economics from Purdue University and have taught undergraduate, MA, and Ph.D. students for over 15 years at the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies in Atlanta, GA.

I currently lead the Global Economy project where a team of economists tracks economic trends around the world including fuel prices, bank credit, and output.  

In terms of academic research, I have written primarily on international finance and the role of finance for economic development with publications in the Journal of Money Credit and Banking, the Journal of Monetary Economics, the Journal of International Money and Finance, the Journal of Development Economics, the Journal of Comparative Economics, Economic Inquiry, and other academic journals. My research has been funded by the Center for International Business Education and Research, the National Science Foundation, the National Council for Eurasia and East European Research, the International Research and Exchanges Board, and the USAID.

Recent papers

"Institutions, Household Credit Composition and the Business Cycle" (with Berrak Bahadir) Economic Inquiry, forthcoming

"Credit Information Sharing and the Shift in Bank Lending towards Households" (with Berrak Bahadir), International Journal of Finance and Economics, forthcoming.

“Gaining Global Clout Through Monetary Union: Evidence from East Africa” (with Menna Bizuneh and Steven Buigut) Journal of Economic Integration, June 2018. 

“Productivity during Recessions with Banking Crises: Inter-Industry Evidence” (with Felix Rioja and Fernando Rios), Economic Letters, 2017, 152, 50-53. 

“Catching up or Drifting Away: Convergence of Household and Business Credit in Europe” (with Berrak Bahadir) International Review of Economics and Finance, 2017, 47, 101-114.

 

 



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