Selien De Schryder

Assistant Professor in Empirical Macroeconomics at the faculty of Economics and Business Administration of Ghent University


Ghent University - Department of Economics
Sint-Pietersplein 5
B-9000 Ghent, Belgium
Phone: +32 (0)9 264 34 91
Fax: +32 (0)9 264 89 95
E-mail: selien(dot)deschryder(at)ugent(dot)be

Download my CV here (update August 2020)

Research interests

Empirical macroeconomics, energy economics, monetary policy, macroprudential policy, international economics

Working papers and work in progress

Macroprudential policy effectiveness (with Lara Coulier)

Export Dynamics Since the Great Trade Collapse: a Cross-Country Analysis’ (with John Lewis) - Bank of England Working Paper No. 535, November 2015.

(Forthcoming) Publications

Macroprudential policy and its impact on the credit Cycle' (with Frederic Opitz), 2020, Forthcoming in Journal of Financial Stability.

Heterogeneous Government Spending Multipliers in the Era Surrounding the Great Recession' (with Marco Bernardini and Gert Peersman), 2020, The Review of Economics and Statistics, Vol. 102(2), 304-322.

Wage Indexation and the Monetary Policy Regime’ (with Gert Peersman and Joris Wauters), 2020, Journal of Macroeconomics, Vol. 63, 103-166.  

'Inflation during times of economic slack and deleveraging: a panel data analysis', 2017, Oxford Economic Papers, Vol. 69(3),  612-631.

‘The U.S. Dollar Exchange Rate and the Demand for Oil’ (with Gert Peersman), 2015, Energy Journal, Vol. 36(3), 263-285.


Course of Monetary Economics for MA students Banking and Finance (Ghent University)

Course of Monetary Policy for Master student in Economics (Ghent University)

Course "Seminariewerk" for Bachelor students in Economics (Ghent University) - in Dutch (Bachelor papers)

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Supervising PhD students

ongoing PhDs: Frederic Opitz, Lara Coulier, Nikolaos Koutounidis

Annually returning call for PhD assistants at the department level (during spring, see department's website)