Dr. Dmitri Blueschke is an Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Visiting Scholar at the Foreign Policy Institute of Johns Hopkins SAIS. He is also an Associate Professor in Economics at the Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt in Austria. Currently he is working on a dynamic game model analyzing the interactions between the US, Europe and China. His research interests mainly lie in the fields of applied macroeconomics, optimal control, dynamic games and heuristic optimization.
Recent publications include “Slow and steady wins the race: approximating Nash equilibria in nonlinear quadratic tracking games” in Journal of Economics and Statistics,2018; “Game of Thrones: Accommodating Monetary Policies in a Monetary Union” inGames, 2018; “How to Achieve the Take-off into Sustained Growth? A Case Study for Slovenia” in International Advances in Economic Research, 2018; “SLOPOL10: A Macroeconometric Model for Slovenia” in Economic and Business Review, 2018; “No such thing like perfect hammer: comparing different objective function specifications for optimal control” in Central European Journal of Operations Research, 2016; “What to Do When Stagflation Returns? Monetary and Fiscal Policy Strategies for a Monetary Union” in Journal of Economic Asymmetries, 2016; “Lost in Translation: Explicitly Solving Nonlinear Stochastic Optimal Control Problems Using the Median Objective Value” in Computational Economics, 2016; “How Should Slovenia Design Fiscal Policies in the Government Debt Crisis?” in Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 2016; “United We Stand: On the Macroeconomics of a Fiscal Union” in Empirica, 2016.
Dmitri holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt in Austria and Diploma in Economics from the Bielefeld University in Germany. Dmitri speaks German and Russian.