I am an Assistant Professor at the Institute for Economic and Social Research, Jinan University.

I received my Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Melbourne in 2018.

My main research interests are in macroeconomics with issues in the housing markets. I am also interested in the macroeconomic implications of household heterogeneity and incomplete markets.


Link to my CV in pdf


Email: yunho.cho[at]outlook[dot]com


Working Papers

Marginal Propensities to Consume Before and After the Great Recession (with James Morley and Aarti Singh) - Paper

Stamping Out Stamp Duty: Property or Consumption Taxes? (with May Li and Lawrence Uren) - Paper Under Revision for Quantitative Economics

Media coverage: Pursuit, The Conversation

Investment Housing Tax Concessions and Welfare: Evidence from Australia (with May Li and Lawrence Uren) - Paper Under Revision for International Economic Review

Media coverage: The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Guardian, NEWS.com.au, The Australian, SBS News.

Understanding Housing Affordability in Australia (with May Li and Lawrence Uren) - Paper Prepared for Australian Economic Review

Work in Progress

Tax Progressivity and Consumption Insurance (with James Morley and Aarti Singh)

Taxing Homeowners in China: Who are the Winners and Losers? (with Jinseong Park and Sisi Zhang)

The Role of Household Investors during the House Price Boom and Bust (with Youngsoo Jang, Yoonsoo Lee, and Hoonsuk Park)

The General Equilibrium Effects of Affordable Housing Policies in NYC (with Ning Zhang)