Ludmila Fadejeva

Senior Econometrist of the Monetary Research and Forecasting Division, Monetary Policy Department

Ludmila Fadejeva acquired a Master's degree in Economics (Macroeconomic Policy and Financial Markets program) from Barcelona Graduate School of Economics (Spain) in 2011 and Master's degree in Management from the University of Latvia in 2005.

She started her career at the Bank of Latvia in 2006 as an econometrician in the Monetary Policy Department, later she was promoted to the senior econometrician position in the Monetary Research and Forecasting Division.

Ludmila Fadejeva's responsibilities include developing and use of economic research models. Her most recent duties include conducting research using micro and macro data on various economic topics for Latvia and other European countries, e.g. research on labour market, prices and productivity; development of Global VAR model; development of short-term forecast Bayesian VAR and FAVAR models. 

 

By this author

    • Working Papers

      14.
      Katalin Bodnár, Ludmila Fadejeva, Marco Hoeberichts, Mario Izquierdo Peinado, Christophe Jadeau, Eliana Viviano. Credit shocks and the European labour market, Working Paper Series, European Central Bank, accepted for publication in 2018.
      13.
      Katalin Bodnár, Ludmila Fadejeva, Stefania Iordache, Liina Malk, Desislava Paskaleva, Jurga Pesliakaitė, Nataša Todorović Jemec, Peter Tóth, Robert Wyszyński. How do firms adjust to rises in the minimum wage? Survey evidence from Central and Eastern Europe, Working Paper Series, European Central Bank, accepted for publication in 2018.
      12.
      Katalin Bodnár, Ludmila Fadejeva, Stefania Iordache, Liina Malk, Desislava Paskaleva, Jurga Pesliakaitė, Nataša Todorović Jemec, Peter Tóth, Robert Wyszyński. How do firms adjust to rises in the minimum wage? Survey evidence from Central and Eastern Europe, Working Papers, Latvijas Banka, accepted for publication in 2017.
      11.
      Ludmila Fadejeva, Oļegs Krasnopjorovs. Labour market adjustment during 2008-2013 in Latvia: firm level evidence, Working Papers, Latvijas Banka, accepted for publication in 2015.
      10.
      Ludmila Fadejeva, Martin Feldkircher, Thomas Reininger. Spillovers from Euro Area and U.S. Credit and Demand Shocks: Comparing Emerging Europe on the Basis of a GVAR Model, Working Papers, Oesterreichische Nationalbank (Austrian Central Bank), accepted for publication in 2015.
      9.
      Ludmila Fadejeva, Martin Feldkircher, Thomas Reininger. International Transmission of Credit Shocks: Evidence from Global Vector Autoregression Model, Working Papers, Latvijas Banka, accepted for publication in 2014.
      8.
      Ieva Braukša, Ludmila Fadejeva. Internal Labour Market Mobility in 2005-2011: The Case of Latvia, Working Papers, Latvijas Banka, accepted for publication in 2013.
      7.
      Konstantīns Beņkovskis, Ludmila Fadejeva. VAT Rate Effect on Price Setting Behaviour in Latvia: Evidence from CPI Micro Data, Working Papers, Latvijas Banka, accepted for publication in 2013.
      6.
      Konstantīns Beņkovskis, Ludmila Fadejeva, Robert Stehrer, Julia Woerz. How Important is Total Factor Productivity for Growth in Central, Eastern and Southeastern European Countries?, Working Papers, Latvijas Banka, accepted for publication in 2012.
      5.
      Konstantīns Beņkovskis, Ludmila Fadejeva, Krista Kalnberziņa. Price Setting Behaviour in Latvia: Econometric Evidence from CPI Micro Data, Working Papers, Latvijas Banka, accepted for publication in 2011.
      4.
      Konstantīns Beņkovskis, Ludmila Fadejeva, Krista Kalnberziņa. Price Setting Behaviour in Latvia: Descriptive Evidence from CPI Microdata, Discussion Papers, Latvijas Banka, accepted for publication in 2010.
      3.
      Kristīne Vītola, Ludmila Fadejeva. Asset Prices and Financial Frictions in Monetary Transmission: The Case of Latvia, Working Papers, Latvijas Banka, accepted for publication in 2010.
      2.
      Ludmila Fadejeva, Aleksejs Melihovs. Measuring Total Factor Productivity and Variable Factor Utilisation: Sector Approach, The Case of Latvia, Working Papers, Latvijas Banka, accepted for publication in 2009.
      1.
      Ludmila Fadejeva, Aleksejs Melihovs. The Baltic States and Europe: Common Factors of Economic Activity, Working Papers, Latvijas Banka, accepted for publication in 2008.
    • Articles

      7.
      Ludmila Fadejeva, Martin Feldkircher, Thomas Reininger. Spillovers from Euro Area and U.S. Credit and Demand Shocks: Comparing Emerging Europe on the Basis of a GVAR Model, Journal of International Money and Finance, Elsevier, accepted for publication in 2016.
      6.
      Ludmila Fadejeva, Ieva Opmane. Internal Labour Market Mobility in 2005-2014 in Latvia: Micro Data approach, Baltic Journal of Economics, Baltic International Centre for Economic Policy Studies, accepted for publication in 2016.
      5.
      Konstantīns Beņkovskis, Ludmila Fadejeva. The Effect of VAT rate on Inflation in Latvia: Evidence from CPI Micro Data, Applied Economics, Taylor & Francis Journals, accepted for publication in 2014.
      4.
      Konstantīns Beņkovskis, Ludmila Fadejeva, Robert Stehrer, Julia Woerz. How Important is Total Factor Productivity for Growth in Central, Eastern and Southeastern European Countries?, Focus on European Economic Integration, Oesterreichische Nationalbank (Austrian Central Bank), accepted for publication in 2013.
      3.
      Konstantīns Beņkovskis, Ludmila Fadejeva, Krista Kalnberzina. Price Setting Behaviour in Latvia: Econometric Evidence from CPI Micro Data, Economic Modelling, Elsevier, accepted for publication in 2012.
      2.
      Ludmila Fadejeva, Aleksejs Meļihovs. Measuring Total Factor Productivity and Variable Factor Utilization, Eastern European Economics, M.E. Sharpe, Inc., accepted for publication in 2010.
      1.
      Ludmila Fadejeva, Aleksejs Meļihovs. The Baltic states and Europe: common factors of economic activity, Baltic Journal of Economics, Baltic International Centre for Economic Policy Studies, accepted for publication in 2008.
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