Vladimir Klyuev

Last Updated: July 23, 2009

Email: VKLYUEV@imf.org

Fluent In: Russian.

Education:

Harvard University PhD in Political Economy and Government Thesis - “Essays on Monetary and Exchange Rate Policy in Transition Economies” Dissertation Committee: Dani Rodrik (head), Jeffrey Frankel, Jeffry Frieden

Center for Economic Research and Graduate Education (CERGE) Prague, Czech Republic PhD classes in Economics

School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University, Bloomington Master of Public Affairs

Leningrad Polytechnical Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia M.S., B.S. in Dosimetry and Radiation Protection


Previous Experience:

John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University Teaching Fellow, Research Assistant (1996 - 2000)

Harvard Institute for International Development Teaching Fellow (summer 1998, 1999)

The Citizens Network for Foreign Affairs, Inc. (Washington, DC) Summer Intern (summer 1994)

Ibis PR Ltd (import/export company), St.Petersburg, Russia Deputy Director (1992 - 1993)

St.Petersburg State Technical University Assistant Professor (1989 - 1992)


IMF Career:

European I Department, Central III Division Economist (Economist Program), June 2000 – June 2001

Western Hemisphere Department, South/Central American Division I Economist (Economist Program), June 2001 – June 2002

IMF Institute, European Division Economist, June 2002 – May 2005

Western Hemisphere Department, North American Division Economist / Senior Economist, June 2005 – January 2009

Research Department, Multilateral Surveillance Division Senior Economist, January 2009 – present

IMF Books and Working Papers:

Trends and Challenges in Infrastructure Investment in Low-Income Developing Countries , Working Paper No. 17/233 , November 07, 2017

Building Resilience to Natural Disasters: An Application to Small Developing States , Working Paper No. 17/223 , October 30, 2017

What Drives Interest Rate Spreads in Pacific Island Countries? An Empirical Investigation , Working Paper No. 15/96 , May 04, 2015

Structural Transformation — How Does Thailand Compare? , Working Paper No. 15/51 , March 04, 2015

The Big Split: Why Did Output Trajectories in the ASEAN-4 Diverge after the Global Financial Crisis? , Working Paper No. 13/222 , October 30, 2013

Effects of Fiscal Consolidation in the Czech Republic , Working Paper No. 11/65 , March 01, 2011

Unconventional Choices for Unconventional Times Credit and Quantitative Easing in Advanced Economies , Staff Position Note No. 2009/27 , November 04, 2009

Unconventional Choices for Unconventional Times Credit and Quantitative Easing in Advanced Economies , Staff Position Note No. 2009/27 , November 04, 2009

Foreclosure Mitigation Efforts in the United States : Approaches and Challenges , Staff Position Note No. 2009/2 , January 27, 2009

What Goes Up Must Come Down? House Price Dynamics in the United States , Working Paper No. 08/187 , July 01, 2008

Show Me the Money: Access to Finance for Small Borrowers in Canada , Working Paper No. 08/22 , January 01, 2008

Real Implications of Financial Linkages Between Canada and the United States , Working Paper No. 08/23 , January 01, 2008

Why is Canada's Price Level So Predictable? , Working Paper No. 08/25 , January 01, 2008

Northern Star: Canada's Path to Economic Prosperity , Occasional Paper No. 258 , October 26, 2007

IMF Research Bulletin, December 2006 , IMF Research Bulletin, Volume 7, No. 4 , December 05, 2006

Is Housing Wealth an 'ATM'? The Relationship Between Household Wealth, Home Equity Withdrawal, and Saving Rates , Working Paper No. 06/162 , June 01, 2006

Evolution of the Relative Price of Goods and Services in a Neoclassical Model of Capital Accumulation , Working Paper No. 04/207 , November 01, 2004

Imperfect Capital Mobility in an Open Economy Model of Capital Accumulation , Working Paper No. 04/31 , February 01, 2004

The Distributional Consequences of Real Exchange Rate Adjustment , Working Paper No. 03/133 , June 01, 2003

A Model of Exchange Rate Regime Choice in the Transitional Economies of Central and Eastern Europe , Working Paper No. 01/140 , September 01, 2001

Other Published Materials

“Real Implications of Financial Linkages Between Canada and the United States,” chapter in Who’s Driving Whom: Analyzing External and Intra-Regional Linkages in the Americas, 2008.

“Is Housing Wealth an “ATM”? The Relationship Between Housing Wealth, Home Equity Withdrawal, and Saving Rates,” with Paul Mills, IMF Staff Papers Vol. 54, Issue 3, July 2007.

“Is Home Equity Withdrawal Influencing the U.S. Saving Rate?” with Paul Mills, IMF Survey, Vol. 35, No. 15, August 7, 2006

“Strong Fundamentals and Commodity Boom Help Sustain Canada’s Vigorous Performance,” with Ravi Balakrishnan and Evridiki Tsounta, IMF Survey, Vol. 35, No. 13, July 10, 2006

Other Published Materials

“Capital Accumulation in Open Economies,” article in the Princeton Encyclopedia of the World Economy (2009)

“Is Housing Wealth an ATM? International Trends,” with Paul Mills, in The Housing Wealth of Nations: A Blackwell Companion to the Economics of Housing, edited by S.J. Smith and B. A. Searle (2009)

“Imperfect Capital Mobility in an Open-Economy Model of Capital Accumulation,” Ekonomia, Vol. 9, No. 1 (Summer 2006)

“Evolution of the Relative Price of Goods and Services in a Neoclassical Model of Capital Accumulation,” Review of Economic Dynamics, Vol. 8 (2005), pp. 720-730

“Exchange Rate Regime Choice in Central and Eastern European Transitional Economies,” Comparative Economic Studies, Vol. 44, No. 4 (Winter 2002)

Email: VKLYUEV@imf.org

Fluent In: Russian.

Education:

Harvard University PhD in Political Economy and Government Thesis - “Essays on Monetary and Exchange Rate Policy in Transition Economies” Dissertation Committee: Dani Rodrik (head), Jeffrey Frankel, Jeffry Frieden

Center for Economic Research and Graduate Education (CERGE) Prague, Czech Republic PhD classes in Economics

School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University, Bloomington Master of Public Affairs

Leningrad Polytechnical Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia M.S., B.S. in Dosimetry and Radiation Protection


Previous Experience:

John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University Teaching Fellow, Research Assistant (1996 - 2000)

Harvard Institute for International Development Teaching Fellow (summer 1998, 1999)

The Citizens Network for Foreign Affairs, Inc. (Washington, DC) Summer Intern (summer 1994)

Ibis PR Ltd (import/export company), St.Petersburg, Russia Deputy Director (1992 - 1993)

St.Petersburg State Technical University Assistant Professor (1989 - 1992)


IMF Career:

European I Department, Central III Division Economist (Economist Program), June 2000 – June 2001

Western Hemisphere Department, South/Central American Division I Economist (Economist Program), June 2001 – June 2002

IMF Institute, European Division Economist, June 2002 – May 2005

Western Hemisphere Department, North American Division Economist / Senior Economist, June 2005 – January 2009

Research Department, Multilateral Surveillance Division Senior Economist, January 2009 – present

IMF Books and Working Papers:

Trends and Challenges in Infrastructure Investment in Low-Income Developing Countries , Working Paper No. 17/233 , November 07, 2017

Building Resilience to Natural Disasters: An Application to Small Developing States , Working Paper No. 17/223 , October 30, 2017

What Drives Interest Rate Spreads in Pacific Island Countries? An Empirical Investigation , Working Paper No. 15/96 , May 04, 2015

Structural Transformation — How Does Thailand Compare? , Working Paper No. 15/51 , March 04, 2015

The Big Split: Why Did Output Trajectories in the ASEAN-4 Diverge after the Global Financial Crisis? , Working Paper No. 13/222 , October 30, 2013

Effects of Fiscal Consolidation in the Czech Republic , Working Paper No. 11/65 , March 01, 2011

Unconventional Choices for Unconventional Times Credit and Quantitative Easing in Advanced Economies , Staff Position Note No. 2009/27 , November 04, 2009

Unconventional Choices for Unconventional Times Credit and Quantitative Easing in Advanced Economies , Staff Position Note No. 2009/27 , November 04, 2009

Foreclosure Mitigation Efforts in the United States : Approaches and Challenges , Staff Position Note No. 2009/2 , January 27, 2009

What Goes Up Must Come Down? House Price Dynamics in the United States , Working Paper No. 08/187 , July 01, 2008

Show Me the Money: Access to Finance for Small Borrowers in Canada , Working Paper No. 08/22 , January 01, 2008

Real Implications of Financial Linkages Between Canada and the United States , Working Paper No. 08/23 , January 01, 2008

Why is Canada's Price Level So Predictable? , Working Paper No. 08/25 , January 01, 2008

Northern Star: Canada's Path to Economic Prosperity , Occasional Paper No. 258 , October 26, 2007

IMF Research Bulletin, December 2006 , IMF Research Bulletin, Volume 7, No. 4 , December 05, 2006

Is Housing Wealth an 'ATM'? The Relationship Between Household Wealth, Home Equity Withdrawal, and Saving Rates , Working Paper No. 06/162 , June 01, 2006

Evolution of the Relative Price of Goods and Services in a Neoclassical Model of Capital Accumulation , Working Paper No. 04/207 , November 01, 2004

Imperfect Capital Mobility in an Open Economy Model of Capital Accumulation , Working Paper No. 04/31 , February 01, 2004

The Distributional Consequences of Real Exchange Rate Adjustment , Working Paper No. 03/133 , June 01, 2003

A Model of Exchange Rate Regime Choice in the Transitional Economies of Central and Eastern Europe , Working Paper No. 01/140 , September 01, 2001

Other Published Materials

“Real Implications of Financial Linkages Between Canada and the United States,” chapter in Who’s Driving Whom: Analyzing External and Intra-Regional Linkages in the Americas, 2008.

“Is Housing Wealth an “ATM”? The Relationship Between Housing Wealth, Home Equity Withdrawal, and Saving Rates,” with Paul Mills, IMF Staff Papers Vol. 54, Issue 3, July 2007.

“Is Home Equity Withdrawal Influencing the U.S. Saving Rate?” with Paul Mills, IMF Survey, Vol. 35, No. 15, August 7, 2006

“Strong Fundamentals and Commodity Boom Help Sustain Canada’s Vigorous Performance,” with Ravi Balakrishnan and Evridiki Tsounta, IMF Survey, Vol. 35, No. 13, July 10, 2006

Other Published Materials

“Capital Accumulation in Open Economies,” article in the Princeton Encyclopedia of the World Economy (2009)

“Is Housing Wealth an ATM? International Trends,” with Paul Mills, in The Housing Wealth of Nations: A Blackwell Companion to the Economics of Housing, edited by S.J. Smith and B. A. Searle (2009)

“Imperfect Capital Mobility in an Open-Economy Model of Capital Accumulation,” Ekonomia, Vol. 9, No. 1 (Summer 2006)

“Evolution of the Relative Price of Goods and Services in a Neoclassical Model of Capital Accumulation,” Review of Economic Dynamics, Vol. 8 (2005), pp. 720-730

“Exchange Rate Regime Choice in Central and Eastern European Transitional Economies,” Comparative Economic Studies, Vol. 44, No. 4 (Winter 2002)