Prof. Dr. Valeriya Dinger

Universität Osnabrück
Fachgebietsleiterin "Makroökonomik"
Rolandstr. 8
49069 Osnabrück

E-Mail: valeriya.dinger@uni-osnabrueck.de 

Homepage: www.makro.uni-osnabrueck.de/8644.htm

Research


Interests
  • Banking and Bank regulation, Financial market dynamics, corporate finance
Publications in Refereed Journals
  • "The Competitive Advantage of Incumbents: Evidence from newly liberalized banking industries" (with Jürgen von Hagen), forthcoming, Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics
  • "Does Interbank Borrowing Reduce Bank Risk?" (with Jürgen von Hagen), Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 2009, Vol. 41 (2-3): 491-506 (pdf)
  • "Do Foreign-owned Banks Affect Banking System Liquidity Risk?", forthcoming, Journal of Comparative Economics
  • "Bank Mergers and the Dynamics of Deposit Interest Rates" (with Ben R. Craig), forthcoming, Journal of Financial Services Research (pdf)    [auxiliary results (zip)]
  • "How Small are the Banking Sectors in Central and Eastern European Countries Really?" (with Jürgen von Hagen), forthcoming, Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance
  • "Risk Effects of Bank Specialization in Central and Eastern European Countries" (with Jürgen von Hagen), European Review of Finance and Economics, 2004, Vol 3(3)
Working Papers
  • "Deposit Market Competition, Costs of Funding and Bank Risk" (with Ben R. Craig) Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland Working Paper 2009-05
  • "A Microeconometric Investigation into Bank Interest Rate Rigidity" (with Ben R. Craig) Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland Working Paper 2010-01
  • "Bank-Level Adjustments and Aggregate Interest Rate Dynamics" (with Ben R. Craig)
  • "Bank Mergers and Deposit Rate Rigidity"
  • "Do Investment Banking Activities Increase the Risk of US Banks?" (with Lin Lin)


Professional Experience


  • April - September 2010 Acting Professor of Finance University of Bonn
  • Jul 2006 - Sep 2006   Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Visiting Researcher
  • Since April 2006  Institute for International Economics, University of Bonn, Assistant Professor
  • Sep 2004 - Mar 2006   Center for European Integration Studies (ZEI), University of Bonn, Senior Research Fellow
  • Apr 2001 - Aug 2004   Center for European Integration Studies (ZEI), University of Bonn, Research Fellow
  • Mar 2003 - Sep 2003   China Center for Economic Research, Peking University, Beijing (China), Visiting Researcher


Education


  • Apr 2001 - Aug 2004   Ph. D. in Economics, University of Bonn
  • Oct 1998 - Feb 2000   Master of Economics, University of Sofia, Bulgaria
  • Sep 1994 - Sep 1998   Bachelor of Economics, Varna University of Economics, Bulgaria