Yin Germaschewski is an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of New Hampshire. Majority of her work focuses on the analysis of optimal monetary and fiscal policies in emerging market economies. She has done extensive research on proposing various financing options for infrastructure investment in developing countries that are critical for further economic development. Her current research studies the main driving forces of house price dynamics in emerging markets, and the optimal policy responses to rapidly rising house prices that reduce housing affordability in these countries.
Ph.D., Economics, Indiana University
M.A., Economics, University of New Hampshire
M.A., Economics, Indiana University
B.A., Economics, Wuhan University
Open Economy Macroeconomics
ECON 401: Principles of Economics Macro
ECON 401H: Honors/Prin of Economics Macro
ECON 402: Principles of Economics Micro
ECON 645: International Economics
ECON 928: Econometrics III
Germaschewski, Y. (2020). Stabilization policy, infrastructure investment, and welfare in a small open economy. Economic Modelling, 84, 322-339. doi:10.1016/j.econmod.2019.04.023
Germaschewski, Y. (2016). Getting help from abroad: The macroeconomics of foreign direct investment in infrastructure in low‐income countries. Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'économique, 49(4), 1502-1535. doi:10.1111/caje.12242
Germaschewski, Y. (2013). Reserve financing and government infrastructure investment: An application to China. Journal of Policy Modeling, 35(6), 992-1013. doi:10.1016/j.jpolmod.2013.07.001
Rubini, L., Germaschewski, Y., & Horvath, J. (n.d.). Property Rights, Expropriations, and Business Cycles in China.