Mgr. Iuliia Brushko M.A., Ph.D.

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Position: Adjunct Lecturer
Field of interest: financial markets reaction to news, trading volume and price fluctuation around earnings announcements, analysts’ forecast accuracy, value relevance of accounting information and financial analysis, trading strategies, cross border capital flows and contagion, optimal investments, sub-optimal learning
Membership: External, Finance and Capital Markets

Contact

Office: 106, CERGE-EI
Email: iuliia [DOT] brushko [AT] cerge-ei [DOT] cz
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Syllabi

Course supervisor

JEM044 - International Finance

Teacher

JEM044 - International Finance

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Organisation Memberships

Moody's Analytics

Education

Ph.D. in Economics, CERGE-EI
Visiting Scholar , University of Pennsylvania, Art & Science, Organizational Dynamics
M.A. in Economics, CERGE-EI (the degree is charted by the New York State Board of Regents)
Ph.D. Student in Economics, Council for Ukraine’s Productive Forces Studies
M.A. in Marketing (with distinction), Kyiv National Economic University
B.A. in Marketing (with distinction), Kyiv National Economic University

Job history

Moody's Analytics
Analyst, Co-founder, The European Institute of Political and Economic Studies of Ukraine Development
Junior Researcher, Economic Institute of Academy of Sciences of Czech Republic
Consultancy for Generali PPF Holding B.V., team member for the analysis of pricing policy for the car insurance (joint CERGE-EI and Generali PPF Holding Project)
Coordinator, Workshop Moderator, Prague Development Center
Principal Course Instructor, Financial Economics, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague
Summer Intern, International Monetary Fund
Teacher's Assistant, Financial Markets, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague
Teacher’s Assistant, Econometrics II, CERGE-EI
Teacher’s Assistant, Microeconomics III, CERGE-EI
(promoted to) Leading Economist, Council for Ukraine’s Productive Forces Studies
Economist of the 1-st Rank, Council for Ukraine’s Productive Forces Studies

Awards and prizes

CERGE-EI Teaching Fellowship 2011, 2012, 2013
Research grant, Grant Agency of the Czech Republic (GAUK), #341211, “Analysts’ Underreaction to the Earnings Announcements and Financial Signaling”, 2011

Topics for supervision

Term papers

Optimal Portfolio, Value Relevance of Accounting Information, International Portfolio Flows

Bachelor theses

Financial markets reaction to news, trading volume and price fluctuation around earnings announcements, analysts’ forecast accuracy, value relevance of accounting information and financial analysis, trading strategies, cross border capital flows and contagion, optimal investments, suboptimal learning and asset prices

Master theses

Financial markets reaction to news, trading volume and price fluctuation around earnings announcements, analysts’ forecast accuracy, value relevance of accounting information and financial analysis, trading strategies, cross border capital flows and contagion, optimal investments, suboptimal learning and asset prices

Supervised Bachelor theses

all/awarded: 3/0
Awarded:

Supervised Master Theses

all/awarded: 1/0
Awarded:

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Partners

ČSOB
Deloitte
McKinsey & Company

Sponsors

CRIF