Dominika KrygierDoctoral Student, MSc, BSc, Visiting PhD student, Exchange semester
Research areas and keywords
UKÄ subject classification
- Finance, Financial risk management, Systemic risk, Credit risk
My research interests lie primarily within the field of financial risk management and financial markets, especially systemic risk, credit risk, financial stability and risk spillover and contagion. My main research area is systemric risk on the financial market; specifically measuring systemic risk in different settings and it is also the main topic of my PhD dissertation. My first paper studies systemic risk and networks in the loan syndication market and my second paper studies systemic risk from an asset pricing perspective. My future research plans involve continuing to work with topics related to systemic risk and financial stability.
I teach on the undergraduate level; financial economics in the introductory economics course, financial economics at the school of engineering, and fixed income on the business and econ bachelor program. The teaching involves being an instructor for exercises and labs, as well as correcting exams, course mini essays and lab reports. I definitely enjoy teaching!