My "unofficial" name is Byron Tsang, and 曾國平 in Chinese.
Address: Dept. of Economics, Virginia Tech, Pamplin Hall (0316), Blacksburg, VA 24061 Phone: (540) 231-5942 (Office) Email: byrontkp at gmail.com
Current Research Interests: Housing Economics, Exchange Rates, Macroeconomics and Finance, Monetary History of Hong Kong.
1. How Do People Trade Lucas Trees? (April 2017, with Gerelt Tserenjigmid)
2. What Can Regulators Deregulate? The Case of Electricity (March, 2017, with Tin Cheuk Leung and Kevin K. Tsui)
3. Asset Prices with Random Investor Types (December 2016, with Gerelt Tserenjigmid) [Online Appendix]
4. Global Effects of U.S. Dividend Income Tax (August 2016, with Travis Ng and Tat-kei Lai)
5. On the Present Value Model in a Cross Section of Stocks (March 2014, with R. Startz)
6. Intensity-Based Permit Quotas and the Business Cycle: Does Flexibility Pay Off? (October 2013, with O. Kuusela and G. S. Amacher)
7. Frequency Dependence in a Real-Time Monetary Policy Rule (September 2015, with R. Ashley and R.J. Verbrugge)
8.Does the Macro Matter in Macro-Finance Term Structure Models? (February 2013)
9. Risk and Expectations in Exchange Rates: Evidence from Cross-Country Yield Curves (June 2016, with Y. Chen and B. Nam) (an updated and substantially revised version of " Risk and Expectations in Exchange Rate Determination: A Macro-Finance Approach" in 2012)
10. Home Bias in Currency Forecasts (May 2010, with Y. Chen and W.J. Tsay)
Work in Progress
1. What Cycles? Data Detrending in DSGE Models (with Xiaojin Sun)
2. Are Housing Market Crashes All Alike? (with Xiaojin Sun)
ECON3204 Macroeconomic Theory (Virginia Tech, Spring 2017)
Commentaries in English: I have recently started writing for IPP Review (Singapore), and my articles can be accessed here.
I am also the co-owner of the blog Fictional Economics.