fbpx JJ竞技投注app,JJ竞技网站注册入口


John Beirne

John Beirne

John Beirne was appointed Vice-Chair of Research and Senior Research Fellow at the Asian Development Bank Institute (JJ竞技(拉萨)登录手游I) in April 2022.

He joined JJ竞技(拉萨)登录手游I as a Research Fellow in March 2019. He has over 20 years of experience as an economist in the public and private sectors. In his current role, he co-heads JJ竞技(拉萨)登录手游I’s Research Department, leading research workstreams on macroeconomics, finance, and infrastructure. He is also co-managing editor of the JJ竞技(拉萨)登录手游I Working Paper Series.

Previously, he worked as a staff economist at the European Central Bank in various positions for around 11 years, mainly in the areas of international policy analysis and economic research on global financial markets, capital flows, and commodities. He also worked for around six years as an economic consultant with KPMG and senior economist with DTZ in Ireland and the United Kingdom (UK), and for three years as a part-time lecturer in economics at Brunel University in the UK.

His research focuses on international macroeconomics, financial economics, and applied econometrics. He has published numerous articles in peer-reviewed journals in economics and finance, co-authored or coedited several JJ竞技(拉萨)登录手游I books, and serves as an editorial board member of the  Asian Development Review  and subject editor of  Asian Economics Letters . He presents his research regularly at international conferences and lectures at the University of Tokyo and Hitotsubashi University in Japan on topics related to financial globalization, monetary policy, and macro-financial risk. He is also a frequent commentator in the media on global macro issues, having interviewed with outlets such as Al Jazeera, Arirang, Bloomberg, China Daily, and RTHK. He holds a PhD in Economics from Brunel University.

What Matters for Private Investment in Renewable Energy?

With D. Azhgaliyeva and R. Mishra. Climate Policy , 2022.

Local Currency Bond Markets, Foreign Investor Participation, and Capital Flow Volatility in Emerging Asia

With N. Renzhi and U. Volz. Singapore Economic Review , 2021.

COVID-19, Asset Markets and Capital Flows

With N. Renzhi, E. Sugandi and U. Volz. Pacific Economic Review , Vol. 26(4), pp. 498-538, 2021.

Feeling the Heat: Climate Risks and the Cost of Sovereign Borrowing

With N. Renzhi and U. Volz. International Review of Economics and Finance , Vol. 76, pp. 920-936, 2021.

Persistent Current Account Imbalances: Are they Good or Bad for Regional and Global Growth?

With N. Renzhi and U. Volz. Journal of International Money and Finance , Vol. 115(C), no. 102389, 2021.

Bracing for the Typhoon: Climate Change and Sovereign Risk in Southeast Asia

With N. Renzhi and U. Volz. Sustainable Development , Vol. 29(3), pp. 537-551, 2021.

Financial Cycles in Asset Markets and Regions

Economic Modelling , Vol. 92, pp. 358-374, 2020.

Volatility Spillovers of Unconventional Monetary Policy to Emerging Market Economies.

With A. Apostolou. Economic Modelling , Vol. 79(C), pp. 118-129, 2019.

Macroprudential Policies, Capital Flows, and the Structure of the Banking Sector.

With C. Friedrich. Journal of International Money and Finance , Vol. 75, pp. 47-68, 2017.

The Performance Impact of Firm Ownership Transformation in China: Mixed Ownership vs. Fully Privatised Ownership.

With G.S. Liu and S. Pen. Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies , Vol. 13(3), pp. 197-216, 2015.

Interdependence and Contagion in Global Asset Markets.

With J. Gieck. Review of International Economics , Vol. 22(4), pp. 639-659, 2014.

The Pricing of Sovereign Risk and Contagion During the European Sovereign Debt Crisis

With M. Fratzscher. Journal of International Money and Finance , Vol. 34(C), pp. 60-82, 2013.

Liquidity Risk, Credit Risk and the Overnight Interest Rate Spread: A Stochastic Volatility Modelling Approach.

With G.M. Caporale, and N. Spagnolo. The Manchester School , Vol. 81(6), pp. 925-940, 2013.

Volatility Spillovers and Contagion from Mature to Emerging Stock Markets.

With G.M. Caporale, M. Schulze-Ghattas and N. Spagnolo. Review of International Economics , Vol. 21(5), pp. 1060-1075, 2013.

Global Oil Prices and the Impact of China

With C. Beulen, G. Liu, and A. Mirzaei. China Economic Review , Vol. 27(C), pp. 37-51, 2013.

Labour Supply and Pollution in China

With J. Yang, G. Liu, and P. Sheng. Applied Economics Letters, Vol. 20(10), pp. 949-952, July, 2013.

Market Structure and Bank Profitability: Emerging Versus Advanced Economies.

With G. Liu, and A. Mirzaei. Economics Bulletin , Vol. 32(4), pp. 3166-3173, 2012.

The Long-Run Convergence of Exchange Rates and Prices in the European Union.

International Review of Applied Economics , Vol. 26(3), pp. 367-385, 2012.

The EONIA Spread Before and During the Crisis of 2007 to 2009 – the Role of Liquidity and Credit Risk.

Journal of International Money and Finance , Vol. 31, pp. 534-551, 2012.

Electricity Prices in China and the Role of the State

With G. Liu, and L. Zhang. Economics Bulletin , Vol. 32(1), pp. 466-474, 2012.

Exchange Rate Pass-Through in the Central and Eastern European EU Member States

With M. Bijsterbosch. Journal of Policy Modeling , Vol. 33(2), pp. 241-254, 2011.

Testing for Global and Regional Spillovers in Emerging Stock Markets

With G.M. Caporale, M. Schulze-Ghattas, and N. Spagnolo. Fiducie, Vol. 18(1), pp. 16-19, 2010.

Global and Regional Spillovers in Emerging Stock Markets – A Multivariate Garch-in-Mean Analysis.

With G.M. Caporale, M. Schulze-Ghattas, and N. Spagnolo. Emerging Markets Review 11(3), pp. 250-260, 2010.

Vulnerability of Inflation in the New EU Member States to Country-Specific and Global Factors.

Economics Bulletin , Vol. 29(2), pp. 1421-1432, 2009.

Market, Interest Rate and Exchange Rate Risk Effects on Financial Stock Returns: A GARCH-M Approach.

With G.M. Caporale, and N. Spagnolo. Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis in Social Sciences , Vol. 3(2), pp. 44-68 (Special Issue on Empirical Finance), 2009.

Limitation of Panel Cointegration: Application to PPP in the EU.

International Advances in Economic Research , Vol. 15(2), pp. 261-262, 2009.

Real Exchange Rate Dynamics and Monetary Integration in Crisis-Affected Regions

Journal of International and Global Economic Studies , Vol. 1(2), pp. 1-25, 2008.

The Equity Premium and Inflation.

With G. de Bondt. Applied Financial Economics Letters , Vol. 4(6), pp. 439-442, 2008.

Is the Real Exchange Rate Stationary? – The Application of Similar Tests for a Unit Root in the Univariate and Panel Cases.

With J. Hunter and M. Simpson. Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis in Social Sciences , Vol. 1(2), pp. 55-70, 2007.

Educational Inputs and Outcomes Before the Transition from Communism.

With N. Campos. The Economics of Transition , Vol. 15(1), pp. 57-76, 2007.

18 August 2022 What can the quality of institutions tell us about macrofinancial resilience in Asia? - Asia Pathways

Asia has made substantial progress on economic development over the past 3 decades, with the quality of institutions playing an important role.

23 June 2022 Unconventional monetary policy in Southeast Asia eased market turmoil during COVID-19 - Asia Pathways

Quantitative easing measures in Southeast Asia helped to alleviate pressure on long-term bond yields and support stability in asset markets.

18 May 2022 Plunging yen hit by widening interest rate differentials and rising commodity prices - Asia Pathways

The yen’s safe-haven status has been called into question after sharp depreciations amid rising energy prices and widening global interest rate differentials relative to Japan.

25 March 2022 Foreign Participation in Asian Local Currency Bond Markets and Financial Stability Risks - Asia Bond Monitor March 2022, Box 1

Local currency bond markets in Asia have helped to mitigate risks of currency and maturity mismatches, but the increasing presence of foreign investors can lead to capital flow reversal risks in crisis times.

27 January 2022 Harnessing digitalization on the path to sustainable economic development in Asia - Asia Pathways

Digitalization is helping to transform economies by enhancing economy-wide competitiveness and productivity, with trade being an important channel.

27 October 2021 COVID-19’s impact in Asia shapes blueprint for sustainable economic recovery - Asia Pathways

The economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in Asia highlights the importance of entrenching longer-term sustainability and economic resilience into the recovery process.

20 September 2021 Should emerging Asia worry about a “taper tantrum” post-COVID-19? - Asia Pathways

With an improved growth outlook in the United States (US) in the second half of 2021 as the economy recovers from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in part related to the substantial fiscal stimulus in the US introduced at the start of 2021, the Federal Reserve (Fed) is on course to slow down its asset purchases program, or so-called quantitative easing (QE) tapering. This has sparked fears of sharp capital outflows from emerging market economies (EMEs) and currency depreciations, as occurred during the “taper tantrum” episode of May 2013.

27 August 2021 Foreign holdings of local currency bonds: A double-edged sword for emerging Asia - Asia Pathways

Local currency bond markets (LCBMs) have continued to develop in emerging Asian economies since the early 2000s, with foreign investor participation rising markedly since the global financial crisis of 2007–2008.

25 June 2021 Which financing sources matter for private investment in renewable energy in Asia? - Asia Pathways

The mobilization of climate finance is critical for limiting global warming to within 1.5°C and preventing catastrophic climate change (IPCC 2018). Annual green investments totaling $1.5 trillion are needed (United Nations 2017).

9 April 2021 Do persistent current account imbalances hamper regional and global growth? - Asia Pathways

Current account surpluses have persisted in a number of Asian and European economies throughout the global financial crisis and thereafter.

17 December 2020 Toward a robust economic recovery from COVID-19 in Asia and the Pacific - Asia Pathways

The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has been a truly global shock to public health, causing one of the most severe global economic downturns since the Great Depression of the 1930s.

27 November 2020 COVID-19 and policy responses through the lens of global asset markets and capital flows - Asia Pathways

The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic and the resulting lockdowns have led to an unprecedented economic contraction and turbulence in financial markets, which initially caused the largest ever outflows of portfolio capital from emerging market economies (EMEs).

28 October 2020 Exploring the link between climate change and sovereign risk - Asia Pathways

Climate change can have a material impact on sovereign risk through direct and indirect effects on public finances. In addition, climate change raises the cost of capital in climate vulnerable countries and threatens debt sustainability.

5 March 2020 Characterizing financial cycles: Are emerging markets different? - Asia Pathways

A feature of the academic literature on financial cycles relates to the fact that it almost exclusively focuses on selected advanced economies, the findings of which may not necessarily hold for emerging economies. Global capital flow developments and monetary policies in advanced economies mean that financial cycle dynamics may differ substantially in emerging economies, not only in terms of turning points but also with regard to which asset market cycle best characterizes the financial cycle.

10 January 2020 Macroeconomic stabilization in the digital age: What should policy makers be aware of? - Asia Pathways

The rise of the digital age has created challenges for policy makers around the globe in managing their economies. Early work on this issue by Cecchetti (2002) noted that macroeconomic management becomes more complex in an environment of digitalization given shifting trend productivity and difficulties in estimating potential output.

The Pricing of Sovereign Risk and Contagion During the European Sovereign Debt Crisis

With M. Fratzscher. In edited volume The Economics of Sovereign Debt , R.W. Kolb (ed.), John Wiley & Son, pp. 60-82, 2016.

Financial Spillovers and Contagion from Mature to Emerging Stock Markets

With G.M. Caporale, M. Schulze-Ghattas and N. Spagnolo. In edited volume Financial Contagion: The Viral Threat to the Wealth of Nations , R.W. Kolb (ed.), John Wiley & Son, pp. 163-169, 2011.

15 August 2022 What Asia tells us about government’s role in fueling private renewable energy investment

In this podcast, JJ竞技(拉萨)登录手游I’s Dina Azhgaliyeva and John Beirne, and Ranjeeta Mishra from the Reserve Bank of India explain the effect of government renewable energy policies on private investment, drawing upon developments in Asia and the Pacific.

01 July 2022 T7 and its support for G7-Global South cooperation explained

In this podcast, JJ竞技(拉萨)登录手游I Dean Tetsushi Sonobe, Co-Chair of the T7 Task Force on Sustainable Economic Recovery, and JJ竞技(拉萨)登录手游I’s John Beirne and Dina Azhgaliyeva discuss the role and future of the T7.

17 January 2022 How Asia can maximize digitalization’s sustainable economic development-boosting potential

In this podcast, JJ竞技(拉萨)登录手游I Research Fellow John Beirne explains how improvements in infrastructure, digital literacy, and regulation can maximize digitalization’s benefits for the economies in Asia and the Pacific.

19 October 2021 How are COVID-19’s economic impacts in Asia shaping the region’s post-pandemic policy prescriptions?

In this podcast, JJ竞技(拉萨)登录手游I Research Fellow John Beirne addresses these fundamental questions, describing new research that underscores the importance of building longer-term resilience and sustainability in Asia and possible ways forward.

28 April 2021 What Asia can do to maximize the impact of COVID-19’s fintech boost to financial inclusion - Asia's Developing Future

In this podcast, JJ竞技(拉萨)登录手游I Research Fellow John Beirne discusses some of the key insights from a joint JJ竞技(拉萨)登录手游I-JJ竞技(拉萨)登录手游-Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance event on the implications of COVID-19 for fintech, with a focus on developments in Asia and the Pacific.

22 December 2020 How to avoid the spiral of climate vulnerability and unsustainable debt - Asia's Developing Future

In this podcast, JJ竞技(拉萨)登录手游I research fellow, John Beirne, discusses the ways in which climate risks affect the cost of sovereign borrowing and the sustainability of public finances, with a focus on Southeast Asia which is highly threatened by climate change.

3 December 2020 The increasingly perilous act of balancing Asia’s economies as digitalization accelerates - Asia's Developing Future

In this podcast, JJ竞技(拉萨)登录手游I research fellow, John Beirne, discusses the increasing prominence of the digital economy and digital finance and how continued digitalization will affect policies aimed at managing Asia and the Pacific’s emerging market economies.

September 2022 Digital Payments and Cross-Border Capital Flows: Policy Actions to Safeguard Macrofinancial Stability

Beirne, J., and T. Riefky. 2022. T20 Policy Brief, Task Force 7: International Finance and Economic Recovery.

April 2022 Keeping the World Economy on Track: Dealing with the Short-Term Emergency and Pursuing Longer-Term Objectives

Subacchi, P., D. Vines, J. Beirne, A. Filardo, M. L. Fung, A. Garcia Herrero, S. Romano, M. Toksoz, and P. van den Noord. 2022. T7 Policy Brief, Task Force: Sustainable Economic Recovery.

March 2022 Central Bank Digital Currencies: Governance, Interoperability, and Inclusive Growth

Beirne, J., N. Bilotta , M. L. Fung, and T. Singh. 2022. T7 Policy Brief, Task Force: Sustainable Economic Recovery.

September 2021 Mitigating and Managing the Effects of Climate Change on Macrofinancial Stability and Sovereign Risk

Beirne, J., N. Renzhi, and U. Volz. 2021. T20 Policy Brief, Task Force 9: International Finance.

英雄联盟竞猜平台直播 英雄联盟竞猜比分入口 电竞体育(武汉)观看全球网址 中国最大电竞现场数据(中国最大电竞积分新版v6.0) 乐兔电竞比赛下注app下载 大圣电竞(台北)直播最新版