Juanyi(Jenny) Xu 

Associate Professor


Department of Economics
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Clear Water Bay
Hong Kong

Office: 2348

 

Phone: (852)2358-7604

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Email: jennyxu@ust.hk

 

 

 

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Publications: 

[1] Friedman Redux : Restricting Monetary Policy Rules to Support Flexible Exchange Rates, June 2005, with Michael B. Devereux and Kang Shi,  Economics Letters, vol. 87(3), pages 291-299.  Technical appendix

[2] Exchange Rates and Monetary Policy in Emerging Market Economies, April 2006, with Michael B. Devereux and Philip R. Lane, Economic Journal,  vol. 116 (April) , page 478-506. Technical appendix

[3] Global Monetary Policy under a Dollar Standard, March 2007, with Michael B. Devereux and Kang Shi, Journal of International Economics, vol. 71(1), Pg. 113-132.

[4] Optimal Monetary Policy with Vertical Production and Trade, August 2007, with Kang Shi, Review of International Economics, vol. 15 (3), Pg. 514C537. Technical appendix

[5] Entry Cost, Tobin Tax, and Noise Trading in the Foreign Exchange Market, with Kang Shi, Canadian Journal of Economics, vol. 42(4) , Pg. 1501-1526

[6] Noise Traders, Exchange Rate Disconnect Puzzle, and the Tobin Tax, March 2010, Journal of International Money, and Finance vol. 29(2), Pg. 336-357. 

[7] Twin Dollarization and Exchange Rate Policy, with Kang Shi, May 2010, Journal of International Economic, vol. 81(1),, Pg. 109-121

[8]Oil Currency and the Dollar Standard, (Leading Article), with Michael B. Devereux and Kang Shi, June 2010, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, vol. 42(4), Pg. 521-550 .

[9]  Intermediate Goods Trade and Exchange Rate Pass-through, with Kang Shi, June 2010, Journal of Macroeconomics, vol.  32 (2), Pg. 571-583.

[10] Optimal Currency Basket with Vertical Trade, August 2011, Juanyi Xu, Journal of International Money and Finance, vol. 30(7), Pg. 1323-1340.

[11] Oil Price Stabilization and Global Welfare, November 2014, Qing Liu, Kang Shi, Zhouheng Wu, and Juanyi Xu, Journal of Development Economics vol. 111(C), Pg. 246-260.

 

[12]  Input Substitution, Export Pricing, and Exchange Rate Policy , January 2015, Kang Shi, Juanyi Xu, and Xiaopeng Yin, Journal of International Money and Finance, vol. 51, Pg. 26-46..  

 

[13] Eurosclerosis and International Business Cycle January 2015, David Cook and Juanyi XuJournal of International Economics, vol. 95(1), Pg. 54-67.

[14] Endogenous Firm Entry and Expectation Driven Business Cycles, December 2016,Haichao Fan, Xiang Gao,  Juanyi Xu, and Zhiwei Xu,  Journal of Economic Dynamics and Controlvol. 73, Pg. 159-180.

 

[15]   Local Government Debt and Corporate Leverage, July 2017, Yousha Liang, Kang Shi and Lisheng Wang, and Juanyi Xu,  Asian Economic Policy Review, vol 12, issue 2, Pg. 210-232.

 

[16] Excess Liquidity and Credit Misallocation: Evidence from China, Sept 2017, Shiyuan Pan, Kang Shi, Lisheng Wang, and Juanyi Xu, China Economic Journal, vol 10, Pg. 265-286.

 

[17] Fluctuation and Intervention: A Tale of Two RMB Markets, 2019, Yousha Liang, Kang Shi, Lisheng Wang, and Juanyi Xu,  China Economic Review, Vol. 53(C), Pg. 30-52.

 

[18] SOE and Chinese Real Business Cycles, 2020, Daoju Peng, Kang Shi, Juanyi Xu and Zhou Yue, Annual of Economics and Finance, Vol. 21 (2), Pg. 415-469.

 

[19] Local Currency Pricing and International Tax Policy, 2021, Sihao Chen, Michael Devereux, Kang Shi and Juanyi Xu, Journal of Monetary Economics, Vol. 117, Pg 460-472.

 

[20] Pandemic and Containment Policies in Open Economy, 2022,  Yousha Liang, Kang Shi, Junjie Tang and Juanyi Xu, Journal of International Money and Finance, Volume 125.

 

[21] Innovation by Exporting: Evidence from Patent Citations in China, 2021,Yousha Liang, Hanyi Tao, Kang Shi, and  Juanyi Xu, R&R to the Journal of International Economics

 

 

[22] Consumption Heterogeneity and Monetary Policy in an Open Economy, 2022, Sihao Chen, Michael Devereux, Kang Shi and Juanyi Xu, NBER Working Paper #29835. R&R requested by the Journal of Monetary Economics

 

 

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