Andrei Dubovik

wetenschappelijk medewerker, Sector 4 Marktordening
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+31 6 15090496 A.A.Dubovik@cpb.nl
Centraal Planbureau

Bezuidenhoutseweg 30
2594 AV Den Haag

Andrei Dubovik is a researcher in the sector "Competition and Regulation". His current research is about financial intermediation and liquidity markets, other professional interests are industrial organization and game theory. Andrei holds a PhD in economics from Erasmus University Rotterdam. His thesis, titled "Economic Dances for Two (and Three)", discusses various aspects of industrial organization (e.g. targeted competition, when competitors can vary the degree of their competition with respect to each other).

  • PhD in Economics, Erasmus University Rotterdam
  • MPhil in Economics, Tinbergen Institute
  • MSc in Economics, State University - Higher School of Economics
  • Bachelor's degree, State University - Higher School of Economics


Publications

November 14, 2018

Can we measure banking sector competition robustly?

We discuss existing measures of banking competition along with their advantages and disadvantages. For the Panzar and Rosse H-statistic,we further investigate the robustness of its estimates.

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May 29, 2018

Towards an EMU banking union: three scenarios

This publication discusses the need for an EMU banking union and describes three possible transition scenarios. This is a translation of chapter 4 of the Dutch publication.

February 6, 2018

Effects of Unconventional Monetary Policy on European Corporate Credit

In this paper we investigate whether the targeted longer-term refinancing operations (TLTRO) and the asset purchase program (APP) led to lower interest rates on new corporate credit, and whether the signalling channel and the capital relief channel played any role in the transmission of these ECB policies.

June 21, 2017

The Performance of Publicly Managed Venture Capital Funds

Governments, when designing support for venture capital financing, face a choice to either sponsor existing private VC funds or organize and manage their own public VC funds.