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Sergei B Antoshin

Doctoral Candidate (GWU) and Senior Research Officer (IMF)

Interests: Financial Economics, Bayesian Econometrics

Email: antoshin@gwmail.gwu.edu

Curriculum Vitae

Contact information:
Sergei Antoshin
Monetary and Capital Markets Department
International Monetary Fund
4-216B
700 19th Street, N.W.
Washington, DC 20431
Tel: 202-623-7630
Fax: 202-589-7630

Dissertation topic: Modeling Inflation Expectations in the U.K.

Education:

George Washington University, School of Business, Washington, DC
PhD in Finance, September 2004 - present

Johns Hopkins University, School of Business, Washington, DC
MS in Finance, 2000 - 2003

Georgetown University, Washington, DC
MA in Economics, 1998 - 1999

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Moscow, Russia
BS in Applied Physics and Mathematics, 1994 - 1998

Professional Experience:

Monetary and Capital Markets Department, International Monetary Fund, Washington, DC
Senior Research Officer, 2008 - present

Research Department, International Monetary Fund, Washington, DC
Senior Research Officer/Research Officer, 2004 - 2008

European Department, International Monetary Fund, Washington, DC
Research Assistant, 2000 - 2004

Economics Department, Georgetown University, Washington, DC
Teaching Assistant, 1998 - 1999

Research in progress:

Sergei Antoshin, Andy Berg, and Marcos Souto; Testing for Structural Breaks in Small Samples; (03/2008)

Sergei Antoshin; Investment Under Uncertainty; (11/2006)

Sergei Antoshin, Elie Canetti, and Ken Miyajima; Financial Investment in Commodities Markets; (10/2008 Global Financial Stability Report, IMF)

Mustafa Saiyid and Sergei Antoshin; Loss Estimates on U.S. Credit Instruments; (10/2008 Global Financial Stability Report, IMF)

Sergei Antoshin; Forecasting Loan Charge-Off Rates; (10/2008 Global Financial Stability Report, IMF)

Sergei Antoshin; Outlook for U.S. High-Yield Corporate Debt Markets and Default Rates; (04/2008 Global Financial Stability Report, IMF)

Sergei Antoshin and Hossein Samiei; Has Speculation Contributed to Higher Commodity Prices?; (09/2006 World Economic Outlook, IMF)