LICOS, University of Leuven
Yuemei Ji did her undergraduate studies in economics at Fudan University in Shanghai and obtained her PhD in economics from the University of Leuven in March 2011. Currently, she is associated with LICOS at the University of Leuven. Her areas of expertise are the economics of education and international financial economics.
Articles by Yuemei Ji:
Fiscal implications of the ECB’s bond-buying programme
14 June 2013, 48128 reads
Are Germans really poorer than Spaniards, Italians and Greeks?
16 April 2013, 148631 reads
Panic-driven austerity in the Eurozone and its implications
21 February 2013, 166736 reads
TARGET2 as a scapegoat for German errors
2 November 2012, 21110 reads
How Germany can avoid wealth losses if the Eurozone breaks up: Limit conversion to German residents
18 September 2012, 27887 reads
Mispricing of sovereign risk and multiple equilibria in the Eurozone
23 January 2012, 21898 reads