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Kleopatra Nikolaou

International & European Relations

Division

Current Position

Economist

Fields of interest

Financial Economics, Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics, International Economics

Email

Kleopatra.Nikolaou@ecb.int

Biography

Other current responsibilities
2017-2020

Advisor to the ECB Permanent Representative in the IMF, USA

Education
2003-2007

PhD in International Finance, Warwick Business School, UK

2001-2002

MSc in Economics and Finance, Warwick Business School, UK

1996-2000

BSc in European and International Economics, Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece

Professional experience
2016-2017

Acting Section Chief, Short-term funding markets, Division of Research and Statistics, Federal Reserve Board of Governors, USA

2013-2016

Senior / Principal Economist, Short-term funding markets, Division of Research and Statistics, Federal Reserve Board of Governors, USA

2008-2013

Economist, Monetary Policy Stance Division, Directorate General Economics, ECB, Germany

2006-2008

Graduate Program Participant, ECB, Germany

2002-2003

Junior Economist, 4CAST LtD, London, UK

Awards
2004

PhD Scholarship - Warwick Business School, British Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), UK

2003

PhD Scholarship - Warwick Business School, British Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), UK

1996

Scholarship - National Foundation of Scholarships (IKY), Greece

Teaching experience
2006-2007

Teaching assistant: Research Techniques, University of Warwick, UK

2005-2006

Teaching assistant for Advanced Econometric, University of Warwick, UK

External publications
2013
Journal of Banking and Finance
Funding liquidity risk: definition and measurement
  • Drehman M. and K. Nikolaou
2008
Journal of Banking and Finance
The behaviour of the real exchange rate: evidence from regression quantiles
  • Nikolaou K.
2006
Journal of Futures Markets
New evidence on the forward unbiasedness hypothesis in the foreign‐exchange market
  • Sarno L. and K. Nikolaou
2019
SSRN
Trading Relationships and Liquidity Allocation: Evidence from Triparty Repos
  • Han S. and K. Nikolaou
2016
FEDS Working Paper
Trading relationships in the OTC market for secured claims: Evidence from triparty repos
  • Han S. and K. Nikolaou
2014
FEDS Working Paper
Modeling Money Market Spreads: What Do We Learn about Refinancing Risk?
  • Brousseau V.
  • Pill H. and K. Nikolaou