Conference on International Linkages in a Globalized World and

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Conference on International Linkages in a Globalized World and Implications for
Monetary Policy
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Shanghai Institute of Finance and Law
Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
Thursday June 21 2012
8:30-8:45
Opening Remarks
Mark Wynne (Vice President & Senior Economist, Dallas Fed)
Guofu Tan (Dean of School of International Business Administration,
SHUFE, Professor of Economics, University of Southern California)
Weigang Fu (Executive Director, Shanghai Institute of Finance and Law)
Session I: International trade, offshoring, and international comovement
Session Chair: Mark Wynne (Dallas Fed)
8:45-9:45
Antidumping in the Aggregate
Kim Ruhl (New York University, Stern School of Business)
Discussant: Kadee Russ (UC Davis)
9:45-10:45
Factor Proportions and International Business Cycles
Keyu Jin (LSE) and Nan Li (Ohio State University and IMF)
Discussant: Wei Liao (Hong Kong Institute of Monetary Research)
10:45-11:00
Coffee break
11:00-12:00
Threatening to Offshore in a Search Model of the Labor Market
David Arseneau (Federal Reserve Board) and Sylvain Leduc (SF Fed)
Discussant: Bo Chen (SHUFE)
12:00-1:30
Lunch
Session II: International financial linkages and optimal monetary policy
Session Chair: Jian Wang (Dallas Fed)
1:30-2:30
The Optimal Currency Area in a Liquidity Trap
David Cook (HKUST) and Mick Devereux (UBC)
Discussant: Kevin Huang (Vanderbilt University)
2:30-3:30
International Contagion Through Leveraged Financial Institutions
Eric van Wincoop (University of Virginia)
Discussant: Scott Davis (Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas)
3:30-3:45
Coffee break
3:45-4:45
Exchange Rate Pass-through, Firm Heterogeneity and Product Quality
Zhi Yu (Shanghai University of Finance and Economics)
Discussant: Deokwoo Nam (City University of Hong Kong)
4:45-5:15
Panel Discussion
Benhua Wei (Chairman, Liu Hongru Financial Education Foundation)
Gejun Wei (Director, China Financial Publishing House of People’s Bank of China)
6:30
Dinner
Friday June 22 2012
Session III: Exchange rates, optimal monetary policy, and Chinese economy
Session Chair: Benhua Wei (Chairman, Liu Hongru Financial Education Foundation)
9:00-10:00
Global Interest Rates, Monetary Policy, and Currency Returns
Charles Engel, Kennneth West and Mian Zhu (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Discussant: Shu Lin (Fudan University)
10:00-11:00
Demographic Patterns and Household Saving in China
Chadwick C. Curtis (Notre Dame), Steven Lugauer (Notre Dame)
and Nelson Mark (Notre Dame University)
Discussant: Kang Shi (Chinese University of Hong Kong)
11:00-11:15
Coffee break
11:15-12:15
A Model of China's State Capitalism
Xi Li, Xuewen Liu and Yong Wang (HKUST)
Discussant: Jian Wang (Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas)
12:15
Lunch and Adjourn