The Gerald C. and Theresa F. Timmis III Fellowship in Finance and Economics will provide fellowships to a PhD students pursuing a degree in Economics with a concentration in finance or economic theory.
At this time, there are no awardees of this fellowship.
Hanna Onyshchenko is a fifth-year Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Economics. Her primary research interests are macroeconomics and finance, with a particular emphasis on financial institutions. Before joining the University of Michigan, she obtained her M.A. degree in Economic Analysis from the Kyiv School of Economics and M.A. degree in Statistics from the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv. After graduation, she worked as an economist at the Financial Stability Department of the National Bank of Ukraine. She investigates the role of new financial instruments in business cycle dynamics. She also studies how the banking system structure affects the transmission of sectoral trade shocks to the economy.