Yue MA (Research Fellow)
City University of Hong Kong
(July - December 2011; January 2010 - March 2010; August 2004; July 2000)
Research Topic:
  • 2011: Bank Regulation, Supervision and Bank’s Risk Takings: Evidence from Financial Crisis
  • 2010: New Model Calibration and Simulation of the Currency Board Arrangements in Hong Kong
  • 2004: The Difference of Equity Valuation in Hong Kong and Mainland China Stock Markets and Chinese A-H Stock Premium
Working Papers:

Yue Ma earned his BSc in Optimal Control Theory from Xiamen (Amoy) University in China; Certificate of Graduate from Sino-American Economic Training Centre sponsored by Ford Foundation at People's University of China; and PhD in Economics and Econometrics from Manchester University.

He is currently a Professor at City University of Hong Kong. He is also Concurrent Professor of University of International Business and Economics (UIBE), Beijing, and Research Fellow of Macroeconomic Research Centre, Xiamen University, China.

He specializes in international macroeconometric modelling, forecasting and policy analysis. His research interests include economic modelling of exchange rate and banking as well as international policy coordinations, with particular reference to mainland China and Hong Kong economies.

He has been working for Princeton University, Oxford University, National Institute of Economics & Statistics (INSEE in Paris), Hong Kong Baptist University, European University Institute (Italy), Stirling University (UK), London Business School, Manchester University and Strathclyde University (UK)under various research projects.

He is a member of the editorial board of the Scottish Journal of Political Economy and the Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies

Personal website: http://www.cb.cityu.edu.hk/staff/yuema24
Email: [email protected]