On 13 July 2018, a traditional open research seminar will take place in the National Bank of Ukraine. Doctor Khurshid Djalilov, a researcher and a Senior Lecturer at Bournemouth University (UK), will present his research “Does bank regulation improve bank efficiency? Evidence from transition countries”.
In his paper, the author explores the effects of bank regulation on the efficiency of banks using system GMM and dynamic panel quantile regressions for 21 transition countries for the period 2002-2014, given the nascent nature of banking sectors in transition countries and their unique institutional settings. During the seminar, Dr. Djalilov will share his research findings with a particular focus on which regulations tend to improve banking efficiency in the transition countries and what important policy implications related to banking regulation in transition economies his study provides.
Dr. Djalilov is a Senior Lecturer in Strategy and Economics at Bournemouth University (UK). He holds PhD from King’s College London (University of London), where he taught in the past.
Dr. Djalilov works also as an assistant of the editors of Palgrave’s Dictionary on Emerging Markets and Transition Economies and as a reviewer for SASPRO programme of Slovak Academy of Sciences and Acta Oeconomica (a peer-review journal). Dr. Djalilov's areas of expertise include a wide range of topics in emerging markets, transition economics and strategic management.
The seminar’s working language will be English.
Seminar venue: room 206, 9, Instytutska St., Kyiv. The venue can be accessed via the central entrance.
The seminar starts at 2 p.m. Registration of participants will take place from 1:45 p.m. to 1:55 p.m. To be admitted into the NBU, which is a restricted access facility, you must show your ID.
In order to participate in the seminar, please submit an application stating your forename, surname, place of employment, and contact details (telephone, e-mail) to firstname.lastname@example.org. The application deadline is 4 p.m. on 12 July 2018. Given the limited number of available seats, the NBU reserves the right to accept or reject applications. Each participant will receive an email saying whether his or her application has been accepted or rejected.
The NBU invites researchers to present findings of their studies on issues related to the NBU’s activities and the operation of the financial system at the NBU’s research seminars. Email your proposals (stating a desired seminar date, presentation materials, an executive summary and/or draft contributions) to the NBU Research Division of the Monetary Policy and Economic Analysis Department (email: email@example.com).
The materials of previous open research seminars are available at link.
The NBU launched open research seminars in July 2015. These seminars provide an opportunity to the representatives of the academic and expert community, international financial institutions, other central banks, and the NBU to share their research findings, and to discuss them with their peers.