Dr Dariya Mykhayliv
|Position||Lecturer in Economics|
|Feedback Hours||Mondays 12:00-14:00|
|Telephone||+44 (0) 1274 233539|
Research Interests (key words only)
Applied Microeconomics, Micro-econometrics, Behavioural Economics, Financial Economics, Emerging markets, Transitional Economics.
Teaching and Supervisory Responsibilities
SE-6012L Economics of Business & Finance
SE-6026M Topics in Business Economics
SE-4002U Principles/Apps Macro
SE-5002L Macroeconomic Theory
Supervision of Third Year Dissertations
Dariya Mykhayliv graduated from the University of Leeds with a PhD in Economics. Her research interests are at the intersection of microeconomics, financial economics, corporate governance and macroeconomics. One stream of her recent research investigates the impact of private benefits of managers on the (investment) behaviour of firms, both from a theoretical and empirical perspective. This research has applications to issues related to corruption and asset stripping frequently observed in transitional economies. Her other stream of recent research deals with macroeconomics, the financial system in Europe and its impact on inequality.
PhD in Economics, University of Leeds
MA in Economics, University of Leeds
BA in Economics and Management Studies, University of Leeds
Collaboration in “The Finance and Inequality” project with Gary Dymski and Annina Kaltenbrunner (Leeds University Business School), Research Project, Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS), ( http://www.feps-europe.eu/en/news/507_research-project-finance-and-inequality)
- Investment behavior and ownership structures in Ukraine: soft budget constraints, government ownership and private benefits of control, (2013)(with K. Zauner), Journal of Comparative Economics, vol. 41, issue 1, pages 265-278.
- Investment Behaviour, Corporate Control and Private Benefits of Control: Evidence from a Survey of Ukrainian Firms, (2013) (with K. Zauner), Bulletin of Economic Research, DOI: 10.1111/boer.12001
- Enterprise investment and growth: Firm characteristics and efficient investment, in Clarkson, G. (eds.), Developing Leadership Research, 2008, Leeds University Press, pp. 63-68.