Dr. Boyan Yanovski

Postdoctoral Researcher


Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)
P.O. Box 60 12 03
14412 Potsdam

Boyan Yanovski is a member of the FutureLab: Public Economics and Climate Finance. He studied and then did his PhD in Quantitative Economics at the Kiel University. Before coming to PIK he worked as a research assistant at the Kiel University and at the Kiel Institute for the World Economy. At the Kiel University he was doing research within the EU project "Financial Distortions and Macroeconomic Performance: Expectations, Constraints and Interaction of Agents" (FinMaP) .  

Boyan Yanovski is currently working on the topics of climate financethe role of inflation in the transition towards a low carbon economy and in the manifestation of climate change related shocks, the modeling of sector phase-outs, as well as on the topic of green monetary policy.

Furthermore, his research interests and background include the areas of portfolio theory, agent- and networks-based modeling and Post-Keynesian economics.  

Working papers

McConnell, A., Yanovski, B., Lessmann, K. (2021). "Central Bank Collateral as an Instrument for Climate Change Mitigation". SSRN-Working Paper.

Yanovski, B., Lessmann, K., Tahri, I (2020). "The Link between Short-termism and Risk: Barriers to Investment in Long-term Infrastructure Projects". SSRN-Working Paper.

Yanovski, B. (2016). "A Pro-cyclical Stock Market under a Counter-cyclical Monetary
Policy in a Model of Endogenous Business Cycles". FinMaP-Paper No. 60.


Lux, T., Duc T, L, and Yanovski, B (2019). "An analysis of systemic risk in worldwide economic sentiment indices." Empirica (2019): 1-20.

Luu, D. T.; Lux, T. and Yanovski, B. (2017). "Structural Correlations in the Italian Overnight
Money Market: An Analysis Based on Network Configuration Models" Entropy, 19(6), 259.

Yanovski, B. and Franke, R. and (2016). "On the Long-run Equilibrium Value of Tobin’s Average
Q". European Journal of Economics and Economic Policies 1 : 103-113.

Investment Funds for low-carbon Infrastructure (IF)

Website: https://www.pik-potsdam.de/en/institute/departments/transformation-pathways/projects/if