Readings in Renminbi (RMB) Misalignment
Course Materials and Sources of Economic Information for Public Affairs 854, Fall 2016.
US Government Statements and Reports
- "Estimating Currency Misalignment Using the Penn Effect: It’s Not As Simple As It Looks," mimeo (July 29, 2016) (with Yin-Wong Cheung and Xin Nong). [PDF]
- "Global Supply Chains and Macroeconomic Relationships in Asia," in Asia and Global Production Networks: Implications for Trade, Incomes and Economic Vulnerability (Edward Elgar for for ADB, 2014). [PDF]
- "China-US Trade Flow Behavior: The Implications of Alternative Exchange Rate Measures and Trade Classifications," Review of World Economics (2015). [PDF]
- "Are Chinese Trade Flows Different?" JIMF (2012) (with Yin-Wong Cheung and Xingwang Qian). [PDF]
- Cheung, Chinn and Fujii, "China’s Current Account and Exchange Rate," in Rob Feenstra and Shang-Jin Wei (eds.),China’s Growing Role in World Trade (Chicago, 2007).
- Aziz, Jahangir and Xiangming Li, "China's Changing Trade Elasticities," IMF WP 07/266.
- Jeffrey Frankel, "On the Renminbi: The choice between adjustment under a fixed exchange rate and adjustment under a flexible rate," NBER WP 11274.
- Barry Eichengreen, "China's Exchange Rate Regime: The Long and Short of It", Revision of a paper for Columbia University's conference on Chinese money and finance held in New York on February 2-3, 2006.
- Dunaway, Steven, Lamin Leigh, Xiangming Li, "How Robust are Estimates of Equilibrium Real Exchange Rates: The Case of China,"
IMF Working Paper No. 06/220 (Oct. 2006) .
Current and Historical Data
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