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Exchange Rate Economics, Finance and Development, Asian Economic Integration
Lectures and Seminars
The objective of this course is to develop students’ understanding of policy debates on economic development and macroeconomic management in developing countries with special reference to the East Asian region.
The course examines the postwar process of economic growth and regional integration in East Asia and considers the key challenges to sustainable development in the region.
The objective of this seminary is to provide students with guidance for writing their graduation theses.
The objective of this seminary is to provide students with guidance for writing their master’s/doctoral theses.
- Kinkyo, T. (2007) “Explaining Korea’s Lower Investment Levels after the Crisis,” World Development, 35(7), 1120-1133.
- Kinkyo, T. (2008) “Disorderly Adjustments to the Misalignments in the Korean Won,” Cambridge Journal of Economics, 32(1), 111-124.
- Kinkyo, T. (2013) “Coordinating Regional Financial Arrangements with the IMF: Challenges to Asia and Lessons from the EU.” In: Christiansen, T., Kirchner, E., and Murray, P., (eds.) Handbook on EU-Asian Relations. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
- Kinkyo, T. and Hamori, S. (2014) “Exchange Rate Flexibility and the Integration of the Securities Market in East Asia,” Journal of Reviews on Global Economics, 3, 293-309.
- Chen, W., Hamori, S. and Kinkyo, T. (2014) “Macroeconomic Impacts of Oil Prices and Underlying Financial Shocks,” Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money, 29, 1-12.
- Chen, W., Hamori, S. and Kinkyo, T. (2016) “Financial Development and Financial Openness Nexus: The Precondition of Banking Competition,” Applied Economics, 48(12), 1130-1139.
- Chen, W. and Kinkyo, T. (2016) “Financial Development and Income Inequality: Long-Run Relationship and Short-Run Heterogeneity,” Emerging Markets, Finance and Trade, 52(3), 733-742.
- Tanaka, K., Kinkyo, T. and Hamori, S. (2016) “Random Forests-based Early Warning System for Bank Failures,” Economics Letters, 148, 118-121.
- Chen, W., Hamori, S. and Kinkyo, T. (2017) “Banking Sector Resilience to Financial Spillovers,” Applied Economics Letters, 24(6), 422-426.
- Kinkyo, T., Inoue T., and Hamori, S., (2016) Financial Linkages, Remittances and Resource Dependence in East Asia. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing.