- Professor:HSE Campus in Perm / Faculty of Economics, Management, and Business Informatics / School of Economics and Finance
- Member of the HSE Academic Council
- Dmitri Vinogradov has been at HSE University since 1993.
- design of a concept of Postgraduate School of Applied Economics and Management under the educational programme (EP) of higher education 38.06.01 “Economics”;
- academic supervision of the Postgraduate School of Applied Economics and Management under the EP of higher education 38.06.01 “Economics”;
- coordination of events during enrollment to the postgraduate school;
- forming the faculty in order to enable the teaching process under the EP of higher education 38.06.01 “Economics”;
- supervision of preparation of materials for licensing of the EP of higher education 38.06.01 “Economics”;
- develop a basic working curriculum of the EP of higher education 38.06.01 “Economics” for 2019-2022 academic years;
- engage in teaching (academic) activities via teaching disciplines assigned to the HSE-Perm’s School of Economics and Finance, on educational programmes of different levels of higher education (Undergraduate programme, Master's programme, Doctoral School) as well as supervising term papers, graduation theses and dissertations of HSE-Perm students.
Education and Degrees
Lomonosov Moscow State University
Continuing education / Professional retraining / Internships / Study abroad experience
2002-2006, Dr.rer.pol. (PhD in Economics), summa cum laude, University of Heidelberg
1995, Academic teaching qualification in Economics, Certificate by the Republican Centre of Humanitarian Education and the Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia
MSc: Financial Risk Management (Glasgow), Financial Crises (Essex), Modern Banking (Essex), Bank Strategy and Risk (Essex), Financial Economics (HSE), Theory of Finance (HSE), Monetary Economics (HSE), Theory of International Financial Markets (HSE).
BSc: Derivative Securities (Glasgow), Financial Markets and Monetary Policy (Essex, HSE), Introduction to Banking (Essex), International Banking (Essex), Development Finance and Microcredit (Essex), Microeconomics (Heidelberg), Game Theory (Heidelberg), General Equilibrium Theory (Heidelberg), Pricing and Competition (Heidelberg), Theory of Financial Markets (Heidelberg).
Launched new modules and courses: Financial Crises (MSc, Essex), Development Finance and Microcredit (BSc, Essex); MSc “Business Strategies in a Global Environment” (joint Essex and HSE-Perm).
2013, 2012 2010, 2009 - Higher School of Economics (Perm) – visiting professor of financial economics
2007-2008 - University of Heidelberg – visiting lecturer in the theory of financial markets
- Research Seminar "Modern Issues of Applied Corporate Finances" (Master’s programme; Faculty of Economics, Management, and Business Informatics; 2 year, 1-3 module)Rus
Current students: Angela Izah – in Experimental Finance and Decision-making, Alessandro Leardi (Bank of Italy, part-time) – in Banking Regulation and Market Risk, Muhamad Zafar – in Derivatives and Electricity Markets, Haji Yakubu – in Behavioural Finance. Former students: Yousef Makhlouf (placement: Nottingham Trent University) – co-supervisor, Azusa Takeyama (placement: Bank of Japan) – co-supervisor, Jörg Rieger (placement: University of Heidelberg) – 2nd supervisor, Alexia Ventouri (placement: University of Sussex) – internal examiner, Jesus Garza Garcia (placement: Ministry of Finance, Mexico) – internal examiner
- Article Vinogradov D., Shadrina E. V. Public-Private Partnerships as Collaborative Projects: testing the theory on cases from EU and Russia // International Journal of Public Administration. 2018. Vol. 41. No. 5-6. P. 446-459. doi
- Preprint Vinogradov D., Kokas S., Zachariadis M. Which Banks Smooth and at What Price? / University of Cyprus. Series Working Paper 01-2018 "Working Paper 01-2018". 2018. No. 01.
- Article Makhlouf Y., Kellard N. M., Vinogradov D. Child Mortality, Commodity Price Volatility and the Resource Curse // Social Science & Medicine. 2017. Vol. 178. P. 144-156.
- Article Makhlouf Y., Kellard N. M., Vinogradov D. Trade openness, export diversification, and political regimes // Economics Letters. 2015. Vol. 136. P. 25-27. doi
- Article Doroshenko M. E., Miles I., Vinogradov D. Knowledge Intensive Business Services: the Russian Experience // Foresight and STI Governance. 2014. Vol. 8. No. 4. P. 24-38.
- Preprint Doroshenko M. E., Miles I., Vinogradov D. Knowledge Intensive Business Services as Generators of Innovations / National Research University Higher School of Economics. Series WP BRP "Basic research program". 2013. No. WP BRP 12/STI/2013.
- Article Шадрина Е. В., Виноградов Д. В. Законодательство о ГЧП: экономическое обоснование и мировая практика // Вопросы государственного и муниципального управления. 2013. № 4. С. 166-190.
- Preprint Takeyama A., Constantinou N., Vinogradov D. A Framework for Extracting the Probability of Default from Stock Option Prices / Institute for Monetary and Economic Studies, Bank of Japan. Series - "IMES Discussion Paper Series". 2012. No. 2012-E-14.
- Article Vinogradov D. Destructive Effects of Constructive Ambiguity in Risky Times // Journal of International Money and Finance. 2012. Vol. 31. No. 6. P. 1459-1481.
- Article Шадрина Е. В., Виноградов Д. В. Государственно-частное партнерство как форма организации бизнеса // Вопросы государственного и муниципального управления. 2012. № 4. С. 5-19.
- Article Vinogradov D. Banks, Credibility, and Macroeconomic Evolution after a Production Shock // The Manchester School. 2011. Vol. 79. No. 3. P. 480-509.
- Preprint Eichberger J., Vinogradov D. Least unmatched price auctions: A first approach / University of Heidelberg. Series University of Heidelberg Department of Economics Discussion Paper "University of Heidelberg Department of Economics Discussion Paper". 2008. No. 471.
- Preprint Vinogradov D. Ambiguity, Efficieny and Bank Bailouts / Heidelberg University. Series DP600 "AWI Discussion Paper Series". 2007. No. 442.
- Article Mavrotas G., Vinogradov D. Financial Sector Structure and Financial Crisis Burden // Journal of Financial Stability. 2007. Vol. 3. No. 4. P. 295-323.
2019 - Royal Economic Society (Warwick), JE "Ambiguity and Strategic Interactions" (University of Grenoble), University of Hamburg (seminar talk)
2018 – Royal Economic Society (Sussex), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (seminar talk)
2017 – U. Rotterdam and U. Padua (seminar talks) 2nd International Conference on Contemporary Issues in Banking (St Andrews)
2016 – Workshop on household surveys in macroeconomics (U. Hamburg), Workshop “Public-Private Interactions: Design and Deliberations” (HSE - Perm), Economics, Behaviour and Experiments – invited lecture at HSE-Perm
2016, 2014 – FUR conference (U. Warwick, U. Rotterdam,);
2013 – ETH Zurich (seminar talk), U. Urbino (EIBURS), U. Essex (ESSEXLab);
2012 – Workshop on expectations formation (U. Hamburg);
2011 – Behavioural finance conference (Cass), IFABS (U. Rome III);
2010 – Bank of Netherlands (conference on CB policy communication), ICEF, Moscow (seminar talk)
2009 – Financial Crises – invited lecture at HSE-Perm
2008, 2003 – Money, Macro and Finance (Birkbeck, U. Cambridge)
2007 – EEA (Budapest), CEPR conference on Banking and Macroeconomy (ETH Zurich) 2006, 2005, 2004 – Banking and Monetary Economics Symposium (U. Lille, U. Strasbourg, U. Nice)
2005 – EFA (Moscow)
|“Effects of non-monetary incentives on pro-environmental behavior of individuals and organisations” funded by Russian Foundation for Basic Research, joint with E. Shadrina, £20K (2 years)||2018-2019|
|“Big news for small people: formation of perceptions and expectations” funded by British Academy / Leverhulme Trust, joint with M. Lamla, £10K||2017|
|“Identifying the Effect of Central Bank Announcements on Consumer Expectations” funded by the Bank of England, joint with M. Lamla, £7K||2016|
|“Public-Private Interactions” research group funding, Higher School of Economics, RF, co-applicant, £50K||2014|
|Alumnus Award for academic achievements, Higher School of Economics, £6K||2012|
|Erasmus Mundus Scholarship for research in “Intellectual Financial Services”, International Masters in Economy, State and Society (IMESS) consortium, principal investigator, €4.8K||2011|
|PhD scholarship, DAAD, €40K||2001-2004|
|European Commission TACIS ACE research grant for “Financial Markets and Transition”, co-investigator, €80K||1995-1998|
Dmitri is a Senior Lecturer in Corporate Finance and Banking. Previously, Dmitri worked for 10 years at the Essex Business School, University of Essex (UK), and before that worked at the University of Heidelberg (Germany) and the Higher School of Economics, Moscow (Russia).
Dmitri's research is in applied microeconomics of uncertainty, with applications to financial markets, banking and public finance. In particular, Dmitri studies how uncertainty affects decisions and the welfare of ordinary people, how public announcements and information inflow translate into expectations, and how political and financial institutions can help improve our well-being. Dmitri has worked on projects funded by the EU (TACIS), UN (WIDER), British Academy, Bank of England, among others.
Dmitri is on the Editorial Board of Journal of Industrial and Business Economics and co-organising iCare - the International conference on applied research in economics and finance.
Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow – senior lecturer (associate professor) in Corporate Finance and Banking:
- Member of the Steering Committee, Glasgow Centre for International Development – from 2017
Essex Business School, University of Essex
– lecturer in Finance: - Member of the Steering Committee, ESSEXLab – from 2016
- Director of Postgraduate Studies (Finance) in 2011-2016 - Study Abroad Officer in 2007-2011
|Organizer of PPI Workshop – Public-Private Interactions: Design and Deliberations – member of Scientific Committee (Perm)||2015, 2016|
|Organizer of iCare – International Conference on Applied Research in Economics and Finance – member/chair of the Programme committee (2013-15, 2017-18, Perm), local organizer (2016, Essex)||annually from 2013|
|Alfred Weber Institute, University of Heidelberg – research and teaching assistant||2002-2007|
|Higher School of Economics (Moscow) – lecturer in Money and Finance||1995-2002|
|Dun and Bradstreet CIS (Moscow) – business analyst||1995-1996|
|Higher School of Economics (Moscow) – project manager, department of international relations||1993-1995|
2015 - Expert in the World Bank project “Benchmarking PPP in Russia”
2011-2013 - Consultant in the EBRD and UNCITRAL Initiative on the Enhancement of Public Procurement in the CIS Countries and Mongolia
2004-2005 - Consultant for the World Institute for Development Economics Research, United Nations University (UNU-WIDER)
2000-2001 - Consultant in the EU-ETF Project “Evaluation of the effectiveness of managers’ training programme (Presidential Initiative)”, European Training Foundation and RF Ministry for Economy and Trade
Recently, this year’s International Conference on Applied Research in Economics, an annual event which has become one of the trademarks of HSE University-Perm, came to a closeend. Dmitriy Potapov and Dmitri Vinogradov spoke to us about the history and geography of the conference, its speakers and future plans.
A joint conference of the central banks of Germany and France was held on September 27th and 28th, 2019 at the Bundesbank in Frankfurt. It was dedicated to the empirical analysis of survey data on macroeconomic household expectations.
From September 23 to 25, 2019, the International Conference on Applied Research in Economics (iCare) was held at HSE University-Perm. It brought together more than 50 researchers from around the world. Organizers, keynote speakers, and lecturers shared their impressions about the event and explained why iCare is a place where academic dreams can come true.