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Tatjana Schulze

Doctoral Candidate


  • tatjana.schulze.dphil2017@said.oxford.edu

Saïd Business School
University of Oxford
Park End Street
Oxford
OX1 1HP

Profile

Tatjana Schulze started her DPhil in Financial Economics in October 2017 under the supervision of Dimitrios Tsomocos and Mungo Wilson.

Her research interests focus on international macro-finance, monetary policy and macroprudential policy, as well as financial intermediation.

Tatjana’s research has benefited from fellowships at the European Central Bank (ECB), the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), and Banco de México, where she developed a keen interest in international macroeconomics and finance.

Please visit Tatjana’s personal website for details on her work.

Tatjana is jointly funded by the Saïd Business School Foundation, the ESRC Grand Union Doctoral Training Programme, and Pembroke College, of which she is a member. Prior to starting her doctoral degree, Tatjana obtained an MSc in Financial Economics with Distinction from the University of Oxford, Oriel College, sponsored by the German Academic Exchange Service. Tatjana received a BSc in Economics with Cum Laude and Honours Certification from Maastricht University.

Teaching

Tatjana has worked as a Graduate Teaching Associate on the following courses:

  • Advanced Asset Pricing (PhD Financial Economics, MPhil Economics, 2018-2021, Department of Economics, Oxford)
  • Analytics (MBA/EMBA, 2018-2019, Saïd Business School, Oxford)
  • Final Integrative Assignment Supervision (Diploma in Financial Strategy, Saïd Business School, Oxford)