20190815103431.jpgDr. Qingyuan DU is currently a senior lecturer at the Department of Economics, Monash University. He obtained PhD from Columbia University in 2011. His main research fields are international economics, macroeconomics and Chinese economy. His works have appeared in Journal of International EconomicsEuropean Economic Review,  and Economics Letters.

Personal Website: https://research.monash.edu/en/persons/qingyuan-du


1. 15:00-17:35, Sunday, June 25, 2023

2. 15:40-18:15, Tuesday, June 27, 2023

3. 15:00-17:35, Wednesday, June 28, 2023

4. 18:50-20:40, Thursday, June 29, 2023


    Classroom: I-206, Boxue Building, DUFE

This short course seeks to examine the relationship between business cycle fluctuations and macroeconomic policies. Students will explore how economic downturns and crises are propagated, examine the tools available to central banks and governments to stimulate economic activity, and understand the role individual expectations play in the propagation of macroeconomic shocks and the effectiveness of economic policies. The course will utilize a simple New Keynesian model as a theoretical framework which provides a critical lens to analyze real economic activities under the assumption of nominal rigidities. The course will be suitable to those who have a basic understanding of principle or intermediate macroeconomics is designed to help students gain a sophisticated understanding of the impact and implications of economic policies in influencing macroeconomies.