Robert Czech

Research Economist - Capital Markets Division


Robert is a Research Economist in the Capital Markets Division within our Financial Stability Strategy and Risk Directorate. His research is mainly focused on the structure and interconnectedness of credit markets, with a particular interest in the sterling corporate bond market. Robert’s research interests also include repo markets, central clearing and the structure of over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives markets.

Robert holds a PhD in Finance from Imperial College London, and a BSc and MSc in Business Administration (Finance Major) from the University of Cologne.

Robert's selected academic publications

Informed Trading in Government Bond Markets, with Shiyang Huang, Dong Lou and Tianyu Wang, Journal of Financial Economics (forthcoming)
Investor Behaviour and Reaching for Yield: Evidence from the Sterling Corporate Bond Market Opens in a new window, with Matt Roberts-Sklar, Financial Markets, Institutions and Instruments, 28(5), 347-379.

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