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Dmitry Chervyakov

Research Intern

Dmitry, a Russian citizen, worked at Bruegel as a Research Intern in the area of Global and European Macroeconomics. He holds a Bachelor’s and Master's Degree from the Freie Universität Berlin in Economics, with a focus on Econometrics and Macroeconomics. Prior to joining Bruegel, Dmitry worked as a Research Assistant in the Macroeconomics and Forecasting departments at the DIW Berlin.

Dmitry’s research interests are time series analysis, empirical macroeconomics, monetary policy and inflation expectations. In his Master’s thesis, Dmitry employed a high dimensional factor model in order to analyze potential structural breaks in the US.

He is fluent in German, Russian and English, and has some basic knowledge of French.

Contact information

dmitry.chervyakov@bruegel.org

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Policy Contribution

How to make crowdfunding work in Europe

Crowdfunding markets around the world have experienced significant growth rates in recent years, but many questions remain open on their proper design, implementation and feasibility. The authors here analyse the European Commission's proposal for the EU-wide development of crowdfunding markets, address its shortcomings, and provide policy recommendations.

By: Dmitry Chervyakov and Jörg Rocholl Topic: European Macroeconomics & Governance Date: March 27, 2019