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Vadym Volosovych

Research Fellow

Erasmus University Rotterdam
Research field
Applied Econometrics, Banking, Corporate Finance, Globalization, Innovation, International Economics


Vadym Volosovych is Associate professor of international finance at Erasmus University Rotterdam. He received his PhD in economics from the University of Houston (USA) in 2006. His research is in the fields of international business (firm productivity, competitiveness, multinationals), corporate finance (private equity, leveraged buyouts, activities of institutional investors), and international finance (international investments; financial side of economic integration; micro and macro aspects of economic fluctuations; history of globalization). Volosovych is an Associate Editor of Visnyk of the National Bank of Ukraine (the scientific publication of Ukraine’s central bank) and has been a visiting scholar at the National Bank of Ukraine, the research department of the International Monetary Fund, and an assistant professor of economics at Florida Atlantic University (USA).

List of publications

Fons-Rosen, C., Kalemli-Ozcan, S., Sorensen, B., Villegas-Sanchez, C. and Volosovych, V.V. (2021). Quantifying Productivity Gains from Foreign Investment Journal of International Economics, :.

Alfaro, L., Kalemli-Ozcan, S. and Volosovych, V. (2014). Sovereigns, Upstream Capital Flows and Global Imbalances Journal of the European Economic Association, 12(5):1240--1284.

Kalemli-Ozcan, S., Sorensen, B. and Volosovych, V. (2014). Deep Financial Integration and Volatility Journal of the European Economic Association, 12(6):1558--1585.

Volosovych, V. (2013). Risk Sharing from International Factor Income: Explaining Cross-Country Differences Applied Economics, 45(11):1435--1459.

Volosovych, V. (2011). Financial Market Integration Over the Long Run: Is there a U-shape? Journal of International Money and Finance, 30(7):1535--1561.

Alfaro, L., Kalemli-Ozcan, S. and Volosovych, V. (2008). Why Doesn't Capital Flow From Rich To Poor Countries: An Empirical Investigation Review of Economics and Statistics, 90(2):347--368.

Demyanyk, Y. and Volosovych, V. (2008). Gains from Financial Integration in the European Union: Evidence for New and Old Members Journal of International Money and Finance, 27(2):277--294.