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Zhang He

T:
01642 342877
Job title:
Senior Lecturer in Economics
E:
zhang.he@tees.ac.uk
School/department:
School of Social Sciences, Business & Law
 
 
Research:
Social Sciences, Business & Law research
 
 
ORCID:
0000-0002-6825-6534

About Zhang He

Zhang He

Zhang He
Senior Lecturer in Economics, School of Social Sciences, Business & Law
T: 01642 342877
E: zhang.he@tees.ac.uk
Research: Social Sciences, Business & Law research

Dr Zhang He is an international macro-economist with emphasis on applied econometrics (e.g. Panel Vector Autoregression Model, Dynamic Factor Model). He was awarded a PhD in Economics at the University of Bradford in 2014. 

Before he joined Teesside University as a Senior Lecturer in Economics, Zhang had worked in the Division of Economics at the University of Bradford where he taught a range of undergraduate modules within the area of Macroeconomics. The main teaching interests of Dr Zhang He are macroeconomics, monetary economics, international economics, and the economics of European Monetary Union. 

His current research centres on examining the sustainability of Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) within the European Union (EU) in the context of New Consensus Macroeconomics Model and the Endogeneity of the Optimum Currency Area Hypothesis. His research is divided into three main areas: 1) the synchronisation of EMU business cycles, 2) effectiveness of ECB monetary policy, and 3) the relation between fiscal policy/government debts and long-term interest rates of government bonds in the eurozone. He is also interested in other aspects of macroeconomics/monetary economics which are related to EMU and international economy. 

Membership of Professional Associations
-The Association for Heterodox Economics 
-The Royal Economic Society 
-The University Association for Contemporary European Studies (UACES)
-Fellow of the Higher Education Academy



Publications

Conference papers 

Zhang He (2013), Business Cycles Synchronisations in the Eurozone: A Dynamic Factor Model Approach, The University Association for Contemporary European Studies (UACES) 43rd Annual Conference, Leeds, September. 

Zhang He (2012), Effects of European Central Monetary Policy: An Open Economy Panel Approach, PhD Conference in Monetary and Financial Economics (Sponsored by the Royal Economic Society), Bristol Business School, University of West England, Bristol, May.

Zhang He (2010), Essays on Sustainability of EMU: Monetary Transmission Mechanism, Fiscal Sustainability and Business Cycle convergence, 4th Graduate Conference, University of Bradford, Bradford, UK, September.