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Curriculum Vitae

Qinglai Meng

Address:
303 Ballard Extension Hall                                                                              
Oregon State University                                                                         
Corvallis, OR 97331                                                                               
USA              

Phone: 541-737-8744                                                                
meng2008@oregonstate.edu

Education:

Ph.D. in Economics, NYU, 1999.

Positions Held:

Associate  Professor,  Department  of  Economics,  Oregon  State  University,  Corvallis,  OR
97331, September 2008 to present.

Associate  Professor,  Department  of Economics,  Chinese  University  of Hong  Kong,  Hong
Kong, August 2004 to August 2008.

Assistant  Professor,  Department  of  Economics,  Chinese  University  of  Hong  Kong,  Hong
Kong, July 2000 to July 2004.

Economist, New York State Assembly, Albany, NY, September 1999 to June 2000.

Lecturer, Department of Economic Information Management, Capital University of
Economics and Business (Beijing College of Economics), China, July 1988 to June 1994.

Research Areas:

Macroeconomics, Monetary Economics, Growth Theory, Open Economy Macroeconomics.


Teaching Experience:


Graduate Level: Macroeconomic Theory, Monetary Economics, International Finance, Mathematics for Economists, etc.

Undergraduate Level: Mathematics for Economists, Intermediate Macroeconomics, Statistics,
Principles of Macroeconomics, etc.

Publications:

[1]. “Indeterminacy under Constant Returns to Scale in Multisector Economies,” (with Jess
Benhabib and Kazuo Nishimura), Econometrica, Vol. 68, November 2000, 1541-1548.

[2]. “Monetary Policy and Multiple Equilibria in a Cash-in-Advance Economy,” Economics
Letters, Vol. 74, January 2002, 165-170.

[3]. “Multiple Transitional Growth Paths in Endogenously Growing Open Economies,”
Journal of Economic Theory, Vol. 108, February 2003, 365-376.

[4]. “Indeterminacy in a Small Open Economy with Endogenous Labor Supply,” (with
Andres Velasco), Economic Theory, Vol. 22, October 2003, 661-669.

[5]. “Investment, Interest Rate Rules, and Equilibrium Determinacy,” (with Chong K. Yip),
Economic Theory, Vol. 23, June 2004, 863-878.

[6]. “Preferences, Endogenous Discount Rate, and Indeterminacy in a Small Open Economy
Model,” (with Yong Bian), Economics Letters, Vol. 84, August 2004, 315-322.

[7]. “Market Imperfections and the Instability of Open Economies,” (with Andres Velasco),
Journal of International Economics, Vol. 64, December 2004, 503-519.

[8]. “Impatience and Equilibrium Indeterminacy,” Journal of Economic Dynamics and
Control, Vol. 30, December 2006, 2671-2692.

[9]. “The Harberger-Laursen-Metzler Effect under Capital Market Imperfections,” (with
Kevin X. D. Huang), Journal of International Money and Finance, Vol. 26, October 2007,
1001-1015.

[10]. “Capital and Macroeconomic Instability in a Discrete-Time Model with Forward- Looking
Interest Rate Rules” (with Kevin X. D. Huang), Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, Vol. 31,
August 2007, 2802-2826.

[11]. “On Indeterminacy in One-Sector Models of the Business Cycle with Factor-Generated
Externalities” (with Chong K. Yip), Journal of Macroeconomics, Vol. 30, March 2008, 97-
110.

[12]. “Is Forward-looking Inflation Targeting Destabilizing? The Role of Policy’s Response to
Current Output under Endogenous Investment” (with Kevin X. D. Huang and Jianpo Xue), Journal of
Economic Dynamics and Control, Vol. 33, February 2009, 409-430.

[13]. “On Interest Rate Policy and Equilibrium Stability under Increasing Returns” (with
Kevin X. D. Huang), Macroeconomic Dynamics, Vol. 13, September 2009, 535-552.

[14]. “Increasing  Returns and Unsynchronized  Wage Adjustment  in Sunspot Models of the
Business Cycle” (with Kevin X. D. Huang), Journal of Economic Theory, Vol. 147, January 2012, 284-309.

[15]. "Returns to Scale, Market Power, and the Nature of Price Rigidity in New Keynesian Models with Self-Fulfilling Expectations", (with Kevin X. D. Huang), Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, forthcoming.

[16]. “Expectional Stability of Sunspot Equilibria in Non-Convex Economies", (with Bruce McGough and Jianpo Xue), Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, forthcoming.


Referee for:

Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, Journal
of Population Economics, Macroeconomic Dynamics, Journal of Economics, Journal of
Macroeconomics, Journal of Economic Theory, Economic Theory, International Economic Review, Review of Economic Dynamics, Japanese Economic Review, Journal of  Economic Behavior and Organization, Econometrica, International Economic Journal, International Review of Economics and Finance, Economic Modeling, Review of Development Economics, B. E. Journal of Macroeconomics, Southern Economic Journal, European Economic Review, Review of Economic Studies, International Journal of Economic Theory, Journal of Public Economics, International Journal of Central Banking, Journal of Economic Integration, International Review of Economics and Finance, Australian Economic Papers, Information Economics and Policy.

External Research Grants and Other Awards:

Research Grant Council of Hong Kong Competitive Earmarked Research Grant, “Indeterminacy of
Equilibrium in Open Economies”, 2002-2004 (US$ 18,700), principal investigator.

Research Grant Council of Hong Kong Competitive Earmarked Research Grant, “Monetary Policy and
Macroeconomic Dynamics in Sticky-Price Models”, 2004-2005 (US$ 25,000), principal investigator.

Research Grant Council of Hong Kong Competitive Earmarked Research Grant, “A Calibration Analysis
of Some Endogenous Business Cycle Models”, 2006-2008 (US$65,000), principal investigator.

Research Grant Council of Hong Kong General Research Fund, “Stability and Welfare Analysis in New
Keynesian Models with Endogenous Investment under Inflation-Forecast Targeting Policy”, 2008-2010
(US$ 67,000), principal investigator.

The Young Researcher Award 2004 (US$ 12,800), one recipient each college of Chinese
University of Hong Kong per year.