Saida Teleu, Ph.D.
Dr. Saida Teleu obtained her first doctorate degree in economic policy from the Prague University of Economics and Business, and she is currently completing her second Ph.D. in economics at the IES, Charles University. Apart from her academic research and teaching experience at Charles University, the University of Economics and Business, and the University of West Indies, she gained working experience from European financial institutions such as the European Central Bank (ECB) and collaborated academically with the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA). She worked for several central banks and supervisory authorities in Europe, such as the Austrian National Bank, the Maltese Financial Service Authorities, and the Central Bank of Malta. Her primary interests and area of expertise are credit risk, financial stability, and sustainable finance.
Article in a peer-reviewed journal
- Jakubík, P., Teleu, S. (2022). Suspension of insurers’ dividends as a response to the COVID-19 crisis: evidence from the European insurance equity market. Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance – Issues and Practice,47, 785–816. https://doi.org/10.1057/s41288-021-00243-5
- Jakubík, P., Kerimkhulle, S., &Teleuova, S. (2017). How to Anticipate Recession via Transport Indices. Ekonomický časopis, 65(10), 972-990.
Paper – working (published)
- Jakubík, P. & Teleu, S. (2022). Do EU-Wide Stress Tests Affect Insurers’ Dividend Policies? IES Working Papers 17.
- Jakubík, P., & Teleu, S. (2021). Impact of EU-wide Insurance Stress Tests on Equity Prices and Systemic Risk. IES Working Papers 25.
- Jakubík, P., & Teleu, S. (2021). Suspension of insurers’ dividends as a response to the COVID-19 crisis: Evidence from the European insurance equity market. IES Working Papers 5.