Viacheslav Sheremirov is a senior economist in the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Research Department. His research focuses on macroeconomic issues such as pricing, the effectiveness of monetary and fiscal policy, exchange-rate dynamics, and global imbalances. He is also interested in applied time-series analysis and macroeconomic history. His research has been presented in numerous invited seminars and at conferences organized by the National Bureau of Economic Research, the Econometric Society, the Royal Economic Society, and the Society for Economic Dynamics.
Sheremirov joined the Boston Fed in 2014, after earning his PhD in economics from the University of California, Berkeley. He holds a BA in economics from Odessa National Mechnikov University in Ukraine and an MA in economics from the Economics Education and Research Consortium at the National University "Kyiv-Mohyla Academy" in Ukraine.
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Senior Economist, 2019−
University of California, Berkeley
Graduate student researcher and instructor, 2009−2014
Kyiv School of Economics, Ukraine
Teaching assistant, 2007−2008
Junior researcher, 2007−2008
PhD, Economics, University of California, Berkeley, 2014
MA, Economics (high honors), Economics Education and Research Consortium (EERC)
at the National University "Kyiv-Mohyla Academy," Ukraine, 2008
BA, Economics (honors), Odessa National Mechnikov University, Ukraine, 2006
"The Inflation Expectations of Firms: What Do They Look Like, Are They Accurate, and Do They Matter?" by M. Bryan, B. Meyer, and N. Parker (FRS macro meeting; Los Angeles, CA, 2015)
Review of Economics and Statistics; Journal of Monetary Economics; Journal of Money, Credit and Banking; Journal of Development Economics; European Economic Review; Macroeconomic Dynamics; Economia Politica.