Jing Zhang - Senior Economist and Policy Advisor, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Ph.D. University of Minnesota, 2005
Focuses of Research
My research focuses a variety of topics in international economics and macroeconomics, including international financial frictions and crisis, international capital flows, international risk-sharing, sovereign defaults, fiscal policy in open economies, financial crisis, debt and growth, structural change in an open economy, deindustrialization and industry polarization, the evolution and impact of global comparative advantage, global value added chains, the impact of tariffs in a trade union, the output-pandemic tradeoff during the Covid-19, household portfolio rebalancing in a general equilibrium, firm financing and growth dynamics, and adverse selection in labor markets.
Fields of Study