Yue Zhou

Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies

Received Sylff Fellowship in 2019.
Academic supervisor: Ugo Panizza
Academic achievements, social engagement initiatives:
Ding, Ding, Yi Huang, Yue Zhou (2019). “China’s Offshore Dollar Debt and Corporate Investment.” Chapter of The Future of China’s Bond Market. IMF.
Castellani, Francesca, Marcelo Olarreaga, Ugo Panizza, Yue Zhou (2019). “Investment Gaps in IDB Borrowing Countries.” International Development Policy.
Ahokpossi, Calixte, Yue Zhou (2019). “Drivers of Inequality in Indonesia—A Provincial-Level Analysis.” IMF Working Paper.
Han, Fei, Sarwat Jahan, Yue Zhou (2019). “Prime and Prejudice: Asymmetric Deleveraging and Threshold Effect on Corporate Investment.” IMF Working Paper.
Han, Fei, Sarwat Jahan, Yue Zhou (2019). “Deleveraging in China and International Spillover through Financial Integration.” IMF Working Paper.
Zhou, Yue (2019). “Real Estate Cycle and Corporate Investment in China: A Collateral Channel Perspective.

PhD candidate at IHEI with a research focus on macroeconomics and international finance. Extensive work experience in policy-oriented research at the IMF, the World Bank, and the Inter-American Development Bank. Strong analytical and conceptual skills with demonstrated knowledge on managing complex databases using panel and time series econometrics. Publication on frontier economic and policy issues including International development policy and IMF working paper.
Wang, He, Yue Zhou, “Does the Market Value the Officials’ Economic Ability? Evidence from China’s Quasi-Municipal Bond Market.” CCER Working Paper (2018)

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