Ying Xu’s main research areas are international economics, international finance and banking, with a special focus on China and the Asian economies. Her research papers have been published in top journals such as Journal of Banking and Finance and Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money. Ying has also been a visiting scholar in the China Centre for Economic Research (CCER) in Beijing and Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA) in Jakarta.
Ying Xu at Google Scholar
Projects and Grants
- Completed, 2014-2015, Understanding financial interconnectedness in Asia: A network approach, Chief Investigator, CAP New Research Direction Grant, ANU
- Completed, 2013-2015, Capturing the benefits from regional financial integration, Secondary Investigator, Centre of Excellence for International Finance and Regulation, Commonwealth Department of Treasury
- Completed, 2012-2014, Foreign banks and financial shock transmission: The Asian experience, Chief Investigator, Centre of Excellence for International Finance and Regulation, Commonwealth Department of Treasury
- Completed, 2013, Regional Integration and Financial Stability Conference, CAP RSAP Grants for Research Workshops/Conferences, ANU
Supervisor of Student Projects
- 2015, Futua Singirok, Determinants of International Bank Lending from Emerging Markets, completed.
- 2013, Juan Melendez Azcunaga, Cross Regional Integration Partnership: Potential Benefits from Risk-Sharing Agreements, completed.
- 2013, Wei Feng, Maximizing Benefits from Risk Sharing among Asian Countries, completed.
Advisor of PhD Students
- Shenglang Yang, The Role of Intangible Capital in Economic Development.
- Jian Ding, A Study on Social Safety Net in China.
- International Finance
- International Macroeconomics
- China and the Asian economies
- IDEC8030 Issues in Applied Macroeconomics
- IDEC8083 Financial Markets and Instruments