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XU Qiyuan
2012-07-26 17:17:00


  XU Qiyuan


  Ph. D in Economics, senior research fellow,
  Director of economic development division of
  Institute of World Economics and Politics (IWEP)
  at Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS)
  Tel. (86) 10 8519 5775                        
  Email: xuqiy@163.com, xuqy@cass.org.cn

 

Research interests
China’s economy development, Renminbi exchange rate, Renminbi internationalization

Education
Sep, 1998~ June, 2008, Northeast Normal University of China, Bachelor and Doctor’s degree

Experiences
Sep, 2011~ now, IWEP of CASS, in Beijing China, senior research fellow
Aug. 2011~now, RCIF (Research Center for International Finance) at CASS, general secretary
June, 2014~ Aug, 2014, CIGI (Center for International Governance and Innovation), Waterloo in Canada, visiting fellow
Apr, 2013~Sep, 2013, Bruegel (European and Global Economic laboratory), Brussels in Belgium, visiting fellow
May, 2011~Dec. 2012, International department of Ministry of Finance in China, advisor
Nov. 2010~Feb. 2011, IIMA (Institute of International Monetary Affairs) at The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, in Tokyo, visiting scholar
Sep. 2009~Oct. 2009, Hitotsubashi University, in Tokyo, visiting scholar
Aug, 2008~Aug, 2011, IWEP of CASS, in Beijing China, Post-doctor,

Working papers
1.      Qiyuan Xu, Renminbi Internationalization: Concept, Discussion and Outlook (in Chinese), RCIF working paper No. 2014-09, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
2.      Panpan Yang, Xiaoqin Li, Qiyuan Xu, Value-Added Exchange Rates for China: Facts and Implications, CEEM (China’s External Economic Environment Monitor) working paper, 2014.
3.      Qiyuan Xu,  Panpan Yang, Emerging Asia Currencies Anchor to Emerging Currency Baskets? The Role of Renminbi as an Anchor Currency in Southeast Asia, CEEM (China’s External Economic Environment Monitor) working paper, 2014.

Main Published papers
1.    Qiyuan XU, Sichong CHEN, The impact of Sino-Japanese political relations on bilateral trade, Journal of International Political Sciences (in Chinese), No.1, 2014.
2.    Panpan Yang and Qiyuan Xu, De-trending of Emerging-Market and Developed Economies: China’s Main Role and Benefits, International Economic Review (in Chinese), No.1, 2014.
3.    Qiyuan Xu, Panpan Yang, Yue Liu
Renminbi Nominal Effective Exchange Rate for Third Market Competition: An Approach Based on Disaggregated Trade DataChina & World Economy / 2035, Vol. 21, No. 5, 2013
4.    Bin Zhang and Qiyuan Xu,"RMB’s Internationalization under the System of Limited Exchange Rate and Capital Account Control", in "China and the World: Balance, Imbalance and Rebalance", edited by Shao Binhong, Brill Publishing, pp 237 –253, 2013.
5.    Qiyuan Xu and Feng Tian, "The Potential Impact of U.S.-China Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT) on China’s Economy", in "Capital Account Regulations and the Trading System: A Compatibility Review", edited by Kevin P. Gallagher, Leonardo E. Stanley, published by Boston University, 2013, pp. 101-108.
6.    Qiyuan Xu, Bin Zhang, China’s Economy: Why Macro’s Mild Slow Down Comes with Micro’s Quencher, Shanghai Finance (in Chinese), No. 11, 2012.
7.    Qiyuan Xu, Fan He, The impact of RMB internationalization on China's macro economy: an analysis based on the channels of RMB cross board settlement, Social Sciences in Guangdong (in Chinese), No. 7, 2012.
8.    Qiyuan Xu, An Analysis of China Yuan’s Exchange Rate Pass through to CPI, Management World (in Chinese), No.1, 2012.
9.    Jianwei Xu, Qiyuan Xu, Fan He, The role of demographic structure in China’s rising housing price, Journal of World Economy (in Chinese), No.1 2012.
10.  Jianwei xu, Qiyuan Xu, Wei Huang, Do central banks’ interventions affect the real exchange rate? Management World (in Chinese), No.2, 2011.
11.  Qiyuan Xu, The retrospect and review of debates on China’s CPI index, Statistical Research (in Chinese), No. 12, 2010.
12.  Qiyuan Xu
A Study of Currency Internationalization: JPY and CNY, Journal of Financial Review (in Chinese), No.4, 2010.
13.  Bin Zhang, Qiyuan Xu: Lessons for China from Financial Crises: A Comparison Based on East Asia Financial Crisis and Sub-prime Crisis, CASS and East Asia Bureau of Economic Research (EABER) Conference: Economic Integration in South and East Asia, Beijing, 14-15 May, 2009.
14.  Fan He, Qiyuan Xu: China’s Exchange Rate Regime, The 11th NBER-CCER Conference on China and the World Economy, CCER Beijing University and NBER, July 2-4, 2009.
15.  Bin Zhang, Qiyuan Xu, Inflation in China: a typical framework for analysis
International Economic Review(in Chinese), No.5 2008.
16.  Qiyuan Xu, Jing Li, Currency internationalization from the perspective of international specialization, Journal of World Economy (in Chinese), No.2, 2008.
17.  Qiyuan Xu, Jing Li, Lizhen Liu,  Exchange Rate of RMB and Regional Gaps, Statistical Research, No.8, 2007.
18.  Qiyuan Xu, Lizhen Liu, The Estimation of Renminbi’s Stock in Hong Kong: with the Criterion of M1, Journal of World Economy (in Chinese), No.9, 2006.
19.  Qiyuan Xu, Lizhen Liu, Monetary Policies During the Process of a Currency Internationalizing: A Dynamic Analysis on the Optimal Path of the Income by Seigniorage, Journal of Quantitative & Technical Economics (in Chinese), No.1 2006.

Books
1.    The Study of Exchange Rates Variation during RMB’s Internationalization (With Liu Lizhen), China Financial Publishing House, 2009.
2.    The Economic Analysis of China Yuan’s Exchange Rate Regime (With He Fan), Shanghai University of Finance and Economics Press, 2008
3.    A Study of China Yuan’s Internationalization (with Liu Lizhen), People's Publishing House, 2006

Presentations in international conferences
1.      “China and its role in international policy”, “China rise to global power: What does China want and what should Europe want from China?” European Center for International Political Economy (ECIPE), Brussels, June 4, 2013.
2.      “A Good Multi-polar or A Bad One?”, “Rethinking the International Monetary System – Moving towards a multi-polar currency system, The 6th Asia-Europe Editors’ Roundtable, Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF), Bangkok, Oct. 13, 2012.
3.      “What Contributed to the Bubbles in the Late 1980s? Enlightenment for China”, HITACHI Visiting Research Project, Tokyo, Mar. 2th, 2011.
4.     
Development of the Offshore Renminbi MarketIt is not Successful as It Seems to Be”, RMB Internationalisation Roundtable Workshop in HK HKMAHong Kong Monetary Authority),Hong Kong, May 23, 2011.
5.     
The Influence of Renminbis Cross-border Settlement over Interest Rate, Exchange Rate and FX Reserves: a Prospect Analysis, Current Financial Issues in China, KDI( Korea Development Institute)Seoul, July 21 , 2011.
6.      “China’s Economy since the Sub-prime Crises”, Annual Conference for Danish Institutional Investors, Sydbank, Copenhagen, Sep 29, 2011.
7.      “Commodity Price: Drivers and Trend”, Conference on Asia Macroeconomics, Lessons of Inflation from the Emerging Economies. Economic Institute of Development and Reform Commission (DRC), Beijing, Nov 25, 2011.
8.      “China’s Economy: Problems and Advantages”, Workshop on Global Economy Research, Dec 9, 2011, Seoul, Bank of Korea.
9.     
A Study of Currency Internationalization: JPY and CNY, Fukino Project, Hitotsubashi UniversityTokyo, Oct. 8, 2009.
10.  
A Study of Currency Internationalization: JPY and CNY, Financial Reforms, Macro Policies and Currency Internationalisation: the Case of China, HKIMR (The Hong Kong Institute for MonetaryResearch) Hong Kong, Oct 25, 2009.
11.  
Patient or Doctor? Role and Strategies of China”,7th Asia-Europe People's Forum, APEF Workshop on Alternative Financing for Development, Beyond Debt, Aid and the IFIBeijing, Oct 9, 2008.

Honors
1.    The National Excellent Doctoral Dissertation, Ministry of Education, China, 2011 (the only laureate in theoretical economics)
2.    The Annually Prize for Policy-Making Information, CASS, 2010, 2011 and 2012.
3.    The Excellence Awards for the Business Research, Ministry of Commerce, China, 2009.

Medias
He has published columns and pieces in Financial Times, Financial World, and China Daily in English, and also in Chinese leading medias like People Daily, Economic Daily, China Securities Journal, Global Times, Cai Jin, FT Chinese, Reuturs Chinese, and dozens of other medias in China, Korea, Japan and Hungary.
 

(Uptated Sep 10, 2014)