Saïd Business School
University of Oxford
Park End Street
Tatjana Schulze started her DPhil in Financial Economics in 2017 under the supervision of Professor Dimitrios Tsomocos and Professor Mungo Wilson.
She 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. She was awarded a Graduate Scholarship Award by the German Academic Exchange Service to sponsor her studies. Tatjana received a BSc in Economics with Cum Laude and with an Honours Certificate from Maastricht University. Before coming to Oxford, Tatjana worked for one year in Risk & Regulation at PricewaterhouseCoopers and in the Financial Stability division at Deutsche Bundesbank.
Tatjana’s research interests focus on macro-finance, financial stability, monetary policy and macroprudential policy. In her first project, she investigates how optimal monetary policy differs if central banks do not only care about price and output stability but also about the stability of the financial system. She compares how a lift-off of the monetary policy rate from the zero lower bound (ZLB) affects optimal policy, liquidity, default and banks’ profitability (i) when the central bank cares only about monetary policy objectives, and (ii) when the central bank cares also about macroprudential policy objectives. Her next project will extend the general equilibrium model in finite horizon to a dynamic model in infinite horizon.
Graduate Teaching Assistant: Advanced Asset Pricing (PhD Financial Economics course, MPhil Economics course, 2018-2019)
MBA & EMBA Teaching Assistant: Analytics (2018, Saïd Business School, Oxford)