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CURRICULUM VITAE CHIN-YOONG WONG [email protected] Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Faculty of Business and Finance Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) Jalan Universiti, Bandar Barat 31900 Kampar, Perak, Malaysia Tel: 05-4688888 Homepage: http://staff.utar.edu.my/wongcy/ Webpage at IDEAS: http://ideas.repec.org/e/pwo108.html At SSRN: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/cf_dev/AbsByAuth.cfm?per_id=1445050 Academic appointments      

Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, since March 2013 Visiting Research Fellow, Stockholm China Economic Research Institute, Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden, 2014-2015. Adjunct Associate Professor, Lincoln University College, since 2013. Senior lecturer, Department of Economics, Jan - Feb 2013 Lecturer, Department of Economics, Faculty of Business and Finance, University Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR), 2006 – 2012 Lecturer, New Era College, 2003-2005

Administrative appointments     

Head of Department of Economics, Jan 2012 – August 2014. Member, Faculty Research and Development Committee, 2012 - 2014 Member, Library Committee, 2012 - 2014 Member, Academic Self-Assessment Procedure for PhD Programme Member, Academic Self-Assessment Procedure for Bachelor of Economics (Hons) Financial Economics Programme, Sept-December, 2011.

Education 

Doctor of Philosophy, 2013, Universiti Putra Malaysia (accepted with distinction) Thesis: Macroeconomics of Vertically Globalized Production Supervising committee: Professor Dr. Muzafar Shah, Associate Professor Dr. Law Siong Hook. External Examiner: Professor Dr. Wolfram Berger (Oxford Brooks University, U.K.)

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Master of Economics, 2005, Universiti Malaya Project paper: Macroeconomic Implications of Return on Bank Reserves Supervisor: Professor Dr. Tan Eu Chye



Bachelor of Economics (Hons), 2001, Universiti Malaya Project paper: Understanding Malaysian Financial Crises in Minskian Framework Supervisor: Professor Dr. Jomo Kwame Sundram

Publications Journal articles 1. Eng, Y.K., Wong, C.Y. Asymmetric growth effect of capital flows: Evidence and quantitative theory. Forthcoming in Economic System. (Indexed in Social Sciences Citation Index) 2. Wong, C.Y., Eng, Y.K., (2015). Surviving asymmetry in capital flows and the business cycles: Role of prudential capital controls. Review of Development Economics 19(3), 545-563. (Indexed in Social Sciences Citation Index, IF2014=0.61) 3. Wong, C.Y., Eng, Y.K., Habibullah, M.S., (2014). Rising China, anxious Asia: A Bayesian New Keynesian view, China Economic Review 28, 90-106. (Indexed in Social Sciences Citation Index, IF2011=1.39) 4. Wong, C.Y., Eng, Y.K. (2013), International business cycle comovement and vertical specialization reconsidered in multistage Bayesian DSGE model, International Review of Economics and Finance 26, 109-124. (Indexed in Social Sciences Citation Index, IF2011=0.927) 5. Eng, Y.K., Wong, C.Y., Habibullah, M.S. (2012). Endogenous structural breaks and real exchange rates stationarity in Asia: empirics and theory, Journal of Korean Trade 16(3), 23-42. (Indexed in Social Sciences Citation Index, IF2011=0.486) 6. Wong, C.Y., Eng, Y.K., (2012). Asset price boom-bust as elastic money response to technological shock, Economics Letters 114(3), 292-295. (Indexed in Social Sciences Citation Index, IF2011=0.449) 7. Wong, C.Y., Eng, Y.K., (2012) Transmission of Japan’s shocks to Southeast Asia: can open-economy New Keynesian model account for the facts? International Journal of Economics and Management 6(2), 417-445. (Indexed in SCOPUS)

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8. Wong, C.Y., Eng, Y.K., (2010). Vertically globalized production structure in New Keynesian Phillips curve. North American Journal of Economics and Finance 21(2), 198-216. (Indexed in Social Sciences Citation Index, IF2011=0.757) 9. Eng, Y.K., Wong, C.Y., (2008). A short note on business cycles of underground output: are they asymmetric? Economics Bulletin 3(58), 1-10. (Indexed in SCOPUS) 10. Eng, Y.K., Wong, C.Y., (2007). A note on Southeast Asian hysteretic unemployment. Journal of International Economic Review 1(2), 129-137. 11. Wong, C.Y., (2005). A note on dual demand-driven monetary policy. New Era Academic Journal (April), 117-130. Opinion editorials 1. “中国梦,亚洲痛?” (English version: China’s gain, Asian pain?), 8/4/2013, 南洋商报 (Nanyang Siang Pao). 2. “2012 财 政 预 算 案 谜 思 ” (English version: The myth of Budget 2012), Part 1 (20/10/2011), Part 2 (21/10/2011), Part 3 (23/10/2011), 南洋商报 (Nanyang Siang Pao). Revised & resubmitted papers 1. Prices vs. quantities: What’s new? A perspective of input-output DSGE model with directed technical change and uncertainty, Macroeconomic Dynamics. Work in progress/Working papers 1. Policy uncertainty as aggregate demand or supply shocks to emerging economies? Role of global value chains and export pricing strategy. 2. Toward a decarbonizing economic expansion: Evidence from nonlinear ARDL approach 3. Renminbi internationalization as a double-edged sword for China’s industrial upgrading? 4. Optimal monetary policy for open economies bounded in global value chain.

Grants and Awards 1. Fundamental Research Grant Scheme (FRGS), Ministry of Education, Malaysia, RM73,000 on “Making GST works for and accepted by all Malaysians: From tax design to implementation”, 01/01/2015-31/12/2017.

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2. Fundamental Research Grant Scheme (FRGS), Ministry of Education, Malaysia, RM85,348 on “Constructing a Malaysian wellbeing index as a comprehensive measurement for economic performance and social progress”, 01/01/201531/12/2017. 3. Geran Putra – Inisiatif Putra Berkumpulan (IPB), Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia, RM105000 on “Does good governance matters for achieving high income country’s status? An econometric inquiry”, 1/1/2015 – 1/1/2017. 4. Fundamental Research Grant Scheme (FRGS), Ministry of Education, Malaysia, RM57,000 on “Firewall against virulent capital flows in Malaysia: Institutional design and mechanism”, 01/12/2013-30/11/2015. 5. MOSTI Science Fund on “Investigating pollution haven hypothesis in a model of production fragmentation and trade”, RM98,357, 1/10/2013-31/3/2016. 6. Fundamental Research Grant Scheme (FRGS), Ministry of Higher Education, Malaysia, RM25,000 on “Betting on the rise of China: beneficial or detrimental to Malaysia?”, 01/04/2011-31/12/2012. 7. 13th ZEW Summer Workshop for Young Economist, Euro 1500. 8. 12th International Convention of East Asian Economic Association traveling subsidies, 25000 Japanese yen. 9. 11th International Convention of East Asian Economic Association traveling subsidies, USD300. 10. The American University of Paris (AUP) Scholarship for 10 th Annual Meeting of Latin American and Caribbean Economic Association (LACEA), Euro 800. 11. The Best 22 Papers Award, 1st Asian Finance Association Doctoral Colloquium.

Conference/Workshop presentation 2015 1. 3rd Annual Bank Negara Malaysia Economics Research Workshop, Bank Negara Malaysia, November 9, Kuala Lumpur. 2. International Conference on “Institutions, Reforms, and Economic Development”, School of Economics (Peking University) & the Society for the Study of Emerging Markets (SSEM), September 19-20, Peking University, Beijing. 3. Conference on “Prospects for the Renminbi in Malaysia,” GLT Capital Advisor, April 28, Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Kuala Lumpur 4. 8th GEP International Conference: Current Issues in International Economics and OpenEconomy Macroeconomics, Nottingham University, Feb 11-12, Kuala Lumpur. 4

2014 1. International Conference on “Exchange Rates, Monetary Policy and Financial Stability in Emerging Markets and Developing Countries”, University of Duisburg-Essen and University of Leipzig, Oct. 13-14, Leipzig, Germany. 2. 7th GEP & CFCM International Conference on “Emerging Markets and Financial Integration”, Nottingham University Malaysia Campus, Feb 19-20, Kuala Lumpur. 2013 1. 17th International Conference on Macroeconomic Analysis and International Finance (ICMAIF), May 30-June 1, University of Crete, Greece. 2. International Conference on Business and Economic Research, May 16-17, Penang. 2012 1. 13th EAEA International Convention, October 19-20. 2. BNM Economic Research Workshop, April 16-17. 2011 1. 13th ZEW Summer Workshop for Young Economist, June 28-30. 2. 7th Dynare Summer Workshop, CEREMAP, June 20-24. 2010 1. 12th International Convention of the East Asian Economic Association, hosted by Etwa Women University, Seoul, Oct 2-3. 2. 2010 Taipei International Conference on Growth, Trade and Dynamics, organized by Institute of Economics, Academia Sinica, in cooperation with Department of Economics, National Taiwan University, on June 17 & 18. 3. International Conference on Malaysia-China Relations: Challenges and Opportunities, organized by Center for Chinese Studies Research, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, Malaysia, July 15 – 19. 2009 1. The 3rd All China Economist (ACE) conference, Hong Kong, organized by City University of Hong Kong, Dec 14-16. 2008 1. The 4th Annual Asia Pacific Economic Association Conference, 13 -14 December, Beijing, organized by Asia Pacific Economic Association, Dec. 13-14. 2. The 11th International Convention of the East Asian Economic Association 15-16 November 2008, organized by East Asia Economic Association, Diamond Hotel, Manila, Philippines, Nov. 15-16. 2007 1. The International Economic Conference on Trade and Industry in Trade and Industrial Development: Contemporary Challenges and Policies, Organized by Universiti Utara Malaysia, Bayview City Hotel, Penang, Dec. 3 -5. 2. The Singapore Economic Review Conference (SERC) in conjunction of Brooks World Poverty Institute, Meritus Manderin Singapore, Singapore, Aug. 2-4. 2006 1. The FEP Seminar 06, “Global Issues and Challenges in Business and Economics”, Organized by Universiti Putra Malaysia, Coral Paradise, Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Dec. 13 -15. 2005 1. The 10th Annual Meeting of Latin American and Caribbean Economic Association (LACEA), hosted by American University of Paris, Oct 27-29. 5

2. The 16th Annual Asian Finance Association (AsianFA) Meeting, hosted by UPM and UUM, July 11-13. 3. The 1st AsianFA Doctoral Colloquium, July 10, 2005. 2004 1. The International Borneo Business Conference (IBBC) 2004, UMS & UNIMAS, Dec 9-11. Professional services 1. Research fellow, GLT Capital Advisor Sdn Bhd, Malaysia. 2. Senior Associate, Anbound Research Centre, Malaysia branch. 3. Research fellow, MalaysianEconomy.net by Centre for Malaysian Chinese Research (大 马华社研究中心). 4. Referee: Asian Economic Journal, Emerging Market Finance and Trade, International Review of Economics and Finance, Asian Academy of Management Journal of Accounting and Finance. 5. Focus group member on finance, Global Moderation Movement Foundation. 6. Discussant i. Wei, L. (2013). Estimating Taylor rule with serially correlated monetary policy shock at 17th International Conference on Macroeconomic Analysis and International Finance (ICMAIF). ii. Xu, Y., Green, C.J., (2009). A conditional asset pricing model with investor sentiment: evidence from Chinese stock markets at 3rd All China Economists (ACE) Conference. iii. Sheng, A., Kwek, K.T., Cho Cho, W., (2008). The rise of an Asian currency bloc: patterns of currency behaviour at 11th International Convention of East Asian Economic Association. Consultancy works 1. A Tale of Two Currencies (Modelling Malaysian ringgit and Chinese renminbi), commissioned by GTL Capital Advisor for RM21,000, Sept. – December 2014. 2. “Reviewing and Remaking UM’s China Strategy”, commissioned by Universiti Malaya for strategic blueprint for RM22,500, Feb.- June 2014. Postgraduate supervision 1. Gordon Liew Kok Tong on “Pollution haven hypothesis”, Aug 2015 2. Koay Ying Yin on “Happiness economics”, Feb 2014 3. Wan Pui Yee on “The effect of merger and acquisition (M&A) on firm’s financial performance – a Malaysia’s perspective”, Nov 2012 4. Too Yuen Xian on “The relationship between trade, foreign direct investment and economic growth in China”, May 2012-

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5. Tan Hui Shing on “Real option analysis: approach to project evaluation for construction industry in Malaysia”, June 2010 Skills Dynare, Matlab, EViews, Microsoft Office applications. Updated : 25/9/2015

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