Yixiao Zhou is Associate Professor of Economics at the Arndt-Corden Department of Economics and Director of China Economy Program at Crawford School of Public Policy.
Yixiao’s research work focuses on three areas: global macroeconomics, the role of technology and innovation in economic growth, and the Chinese economy.
Topics that she has research on include: forecasting international macroeconomic developments and policies in global trade, global competition and technology innovation, and global migration; forecasting economic growth in China and its relationships with the world; and understanding drivers of inclusive growth and development and identifying policies that enhance them.
Yixiao earned her PhD in Economics from ANU, and her Bachelor of Economics and Bachelor of Science from Peking University. She is passionate about teaching and mentoring students for advanced, cutting-edge and innovative research with policy impact.
Dr. Yixiao Zhou has expertise in explaining and forecasting global macroeconomic trends and policies as well as economic growth in China and its macroeconomic relationships with the world. In the context of COVID-19, Yixiao contributes insights on global, Chinese, and Australian macroeconomic trends and policies including fiscal and monetary responses to combat downturn; global trade and China’s role in the global value chain; global competition and collaboration in technologies; and structural reform in various economies to lift growth post COVID-19.
Abyaya Neopane (Panel Chair)
Bashar Fakhruzzaman (Panel Chair and completed)
Rentao Rao (Panel Chair)
Sulistiyo Ardiyono (Panel Member and completed)
Joel Bowman (Panel Member and completed)
Riandy Laksono (Panem Member)
Ngoc Minh Le (Panel Member and completed)
Tunye Qiu (Panel Member)
Zem Wang (Panel Member and completed)
Economics of innovation and technological change
The Chinese Economy
Semester 1 2019-now: Convenor and Lecturer, Case Studies in Applied Econometrics (IDEC8023) Semester 2 2022-now: Convenor and Lecturer, Quantitative International Economics (IDEC8010)