Dilyara Salakhova is a research economist in the Financial Stability Department of the Bank of France. She specializes in the economics of banking and finance, as well as application of network theory to financial stability issues. Dr. Salakhova joined the Bank in 2011 and worked in the Research Department until 2016. She earned a master’s degree with honors from Sorbonne University in 2010 and received a PhD degree from Paris-West University in 2015.
Economist, Macroprudential policy division, Directorate of Financial Stability
Research Economist, Financial Economics Research Division, Monetary Policy and Financial Economics Directorate, 2011-2016
Consultant, Murex ltd., 2010 – 2011
PhD in Economics, University Paris Nanterre La Defense, 2015.
Research Master in Quantitative Finance, Sorbonne University, 2010.
Master in engineering, Kazan State University, 2008.
Systemic risk, Financial Networks, Financial stability, Macroprudential regulation, Banking
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