I am an economist in the Directorate General Economics of the Deutsche Bundesbank. 

In 2020, I received my PhD from Ruhr-University Bochum with a dissertation about the identification and transmission of technology shocks to labor markets, international trade, and their spillovers across the G7 countries. During my PhD, I was a researcher at RWI, working i.a. on projects related to the analysis and forecasting of German economy, and was a member of the Joint Economic Forecast. I have also been a PhD trainee in the Business Cycle Analysis Division at the European Central Bank. 

My research interests are centered around:

On this site, you can find my CV and research profile. 

Deutsche Bundesbank

Directorate General Economics

International and Euro Area Macroeconomic Analysis 

Wilhelm-Epstein-Straße 14

60431 Frankfurt am Main 

Email: Svetlana.Rujin@bundesbank.de

This is my personal website. The views expressed here are my own and do not necessarily reflect those of the Deutsche Bundesbank or the Eurosystem.