Tsvetelina Nenova

  • Degree Programme: PhD in Economics
  • MSc in Economics and Financial Economics (University of Nottingham, UK)
  • Bachelor of Economics in International Economic Relations (University of National and World Economy, Bulgaria)

Tsvetelina is a PhD candidate in Economics at London Business School. Her research sheds light on multiple channels of global shock transmission - through the central role of safe assets in international bond markets, through cross-border financial and economic linkages, through exchange rate fluctuations and imported inflation. Her work has been published in the Journal of International Economics, IMF Economic Review and the Economic Journal. 

Prior to starting her PhD, she worked as an Economist at the Bank of England - in the External Monetary Policy Committee Unit (2014-2017) and in the Foreign Exchange Division, Markets (2011-2014). 

Research Interests: International Finance, International Macroeconomics, Monetary Economics, Financial and Production Networks.