Galina Potjagailo

Senior Research Economist - Structural Economics Division, Monetary Analysis


Galina is a Senior Research Economist in the Pricing and Costs team within our Structural Economics Division. She joined the Bank in October 2019.

Her research interests are in applied macro and monetary economics, time series econometrics, and forecasting. More specifically, Galina’s research deals with monetary policy transmission, cross-country spill-overs and global dynamics, inflation dynamics, and business cycle analysis.

Prior to joining the Bank, Galina worked as an Economist in the forecasting team at the Kiel Institute for the World Economy (2015-2019). She has also worked at the European Central Bank (April to June 2019) and the Centre for European Policy Studies (2011-12).

Galina holds a PhD from Kiel University.

Galina's selected academic publications

Monetary policy transmission during financial crises: is the transmission mechanism impaired?, with Nils Jannsen and Maik Wolters, International Journal of Central Banking, Vol. 15, No 4 (2019)
Spillover effects from euro area monetary policy across Europe: a factor-augmented VAR approach, Journal of International Money and Finance, Vol. 72 (2017)

This page was last updated 10 July 2023