Iryna Stewen is an Assistant Professor of International Economics at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz. She joined the Faculty of Law, Management and Economics and the Gutenberg School of Management and Economics in 2011.
She grew up in Crimea, Ukraine. She obtained her undergraduate education in foreign languages at the Tavriya Business School of Entrepreneurship and Law in Simferopol and in economics at the Crimean economic institute of Vadim Hetman Kyiv National Economic University in Simferopol. Before joining the University of Mainz she received her PhD in Economics in 2010 from the University of Zurich and a MA in Economics in 2006 from the University of Dortmund.
Iryna Stewen's main research focuses on macroeconomics, international macroeconomics and finance, and banking. She is especially interested in the patterns of international equity portfolios and the macroeconomic aspects of financial integration. Her research studies regions within countries as potential paradigms for perfectly integrated financial markets.
Junior-Professor Stewen has published in journals Journal of European Economic Association, Review of Economics and Statistics, and IMF Economic Review.
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