Economist, Financial Affairs Division
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
Kiril Kossev is an economist within the Financial Affairs Division of the OECD working on financial education themes. At the OECD, he also focused on issues related to international finance and regulation of capital flows, novel approaches to economic policy, macroeconomics shocks, and private sector development. Previously, he held policy and research positions at the EBRD and the Bulgarian National Bank, lectureships at the University of Oxford and the American University of Bulgaria, as well as private sector roles in strategy consulting in the City of London. He has published on the role of finance in development, banking systems and crises, productivity and growth in historical perspective, and the Eastern European economic transition. He holds a DPhil from Nuffield College, University of Oxford, and BA/MSc from Hertford College, University of Oxford.