Vivian Zhanwei Yue (岳占崴)

Associate Professor of Economics at Emory University
CQER Senior Research Fellow at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
NBER Research Associate




Exchange Rate Policy and Foreign Bond Spreads in Developing Countries, with Samir Jahjah and Bin Wei
(Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Vol 45 (7), 2013, 1275-1300)

A General Equilibrium Model Of Sovereign Default and Business Cycles,with Enrique Mendoza
Quarterly Journal of Economics,
(2012) 127 (2): 889-946.)
(earlier version: A Solution to the Disconnect between Country Risk and Business Cycles

Sovereign Default and Debt Renegotiation
Journal of International Economics, 80 (2), March 2010, 176-187.
(Awarded the Bhagwati Prize for the Best Paper published in the Journal of International Economics during 2010-2011)

Global Yield Curve Dynamics and Interactions: A Generalized Nelson-Siegel Approach (Joint with Francis X. Diebold and Canlin Li)
Journal of Econometrics, October 2008, 351-363.

Country Spreads and Emerging Countries: Who Drives Whom? (Joint with Martin Uribe)
Journal of International Economics, 69, June 2006, 6-36.
(Awarded the Elsevier's Economics and Finance Journals most cited articles in 2005-2009)

Working Papers

The Two-Pillar Policy for the RMB, withUrban Jermann and Bin Wei

The Twin Ds: Optimal Default and Devaluation, with Seunghoon Na, Stephanie Schmitt-Grohe and Martin Uribe

Export Dynamics in Large Devaluations, with George Alessandria and Sangeeta Pratap

Interest Rate Swaps and Corporate Default, withUrban Jermann (awarded Lamfalussy Research Fellowship from European Central Bank)

Liquidity Backstops and Dynamic Debt Runs, with Bin Wei

Sovereign Risk and Financial Risk, with Simon Gilchrist and Egon Zakrajsek

U.S. Monetary Policy and Foreign Bond Yields, with Simon Gilchrist and Egon Zakrajsek

A Unified Model of Structural Adjustments and International Trade: Theory and Evidence from China, with Hanwei Huang and Jiandong Ju

“Factor Accumulation, Specialization and Long Run Growth in China” (joint with Jiandong Ju, Kei-Mu Yi, and Jing Zhang)