C.Y. ChoiAssociate Professor
Ph.D., The Ohio State University, 2000
Telephone: 817-272-3860 Office: COB 331
Dr. C.Y. Choi joined The University of Texas at Arlington in July 2006 after teaching at University of New Hampshire for five years as an Assistant Professor. Dr. Choi received his Ph.D. in 2000 from the Ohio State University where he taught as lecturer. Prior to moving to Ohio, he worked for several years at the Bank of Korea (the central bank of South Korea) as an economist in the Research Department. His current research focuses on applying time-series econometric techniques to address issues in open economy macroeconomics and international finance.
- “Discontinuity of output convergence within the U.S.: Why has the course changed?” (with X. Wang), 2014, Economic Inquiry, forthcoming.
- “Heterogeneous Response of Disaggregate Inflation to Monetary Policy Regime Change: The Role of Price Stickiness” (with R. O’Sullivan), 2013, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 37(9), 1814-1832.
- “Inflation Targeting and Relative Price Variability: What Difference Does Inflation Targeting Make?,” (with Young Se Kim, Roisin O’Sullivan), 2011, Southern Economic Journal, 77(4), 934-957.
- “Bias Reduction in Dynamic Panel Data Models by Common Recursive Mean Adjustment,” (with Nelson C. Mark and Donggyu Sul), 2010, Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 72(5), 567-599 [lead article].
- “Reconsidering the Relationship between Inflation and Relative Price Variability,” 2010, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 42(5), 769-798 [lead article].
- “Robust Estimation for Structural Spurious Regressions and A Hausman-type Cointegration Test,” (with Ling Hu and Masao Ogaki), 2008, Journal of Econometrics, 142, 327-351.