Dr. Zhenhui Xu
Phone: (478) 445-4210
Fax: (478) 445-1535
Dr. Zhenhui Xu is a
professor of economics. He received
his undergraduate degree from Shanghai Normal University in China
and his Ph.D. in economics from the University of Virginia in 1993. Before he joined the School of Business at Georgia College & State
University in 1998, he taught International Economics, International Finance
/Open Economy Macroeconomics, and Case Studies in International Economics,
among others, at the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. At
Georgia College & State University, he has been teaching International
Economics for MBA and undergraduates. He has also taught Mathematical Economics,
Principles of Econometrics, Seminar on the Chinese Economy, and Principles
of Economics. Dr. Xu frequently visits universities and government agencies in China
to give lectures and seminars. His current research includes
issues concerning China's foreign trade and exchange rate policy.
The Bund, Shanghai China
Regional Trade and Domestic Market Integrations," (with Jianyong Fan)
Review of International Economics,
20, 2012, 1052 – 1069.
2030: An Analysis of the World Bank's Reform Strategy," China
Currents, 11, 2012.
Exchange Rate Policy and Its Trade Balance with the US," Review of Development Economics,
12, 2008, 714–727.
Freedom, Economic Freedom, and Income Convergence: Do Stages of
Economic Development Matter?"
(with Haizheng Li), Public Choice, 135, 2008, 183 - 205.
Convergence in Seven Asian Economies"
(with Haizheng Li), Review of Development Economics, 11, 2007, 531 - 49.
Disparities in Foreign Trade in China,” The World Bank, 2006.
- "Purchasing Power Parity, Price Indices, and Exchange
Rate Forecasts," Journal of International Money and Finance, 22,
- "The Efficiency of Sharecropping: Evidence from the Postbellum
South," (with Martin Garrett), Southern Economic Journal, 69, 2003,
- "Financial Development, Investment, and Economic
Growth," Economic Inquiry, 38,
- "Export Growth and Domestic
Performance" (with Alfredo Pereira),
of International Economics, 8, 2000, 60-73.
- "The Effects of Primary Exports on Industrial Exports and
GDP Growth: An Empirical Evidence," Review of Development Economic,
4, 2000, 307-25.
- "The Exchange Rate and Long-run Price Movements in the U.S.
and Japan," Applied Economics Letters, 6, 1999, 227-30.
- "The Economic Performance of State-owned Enterprises in Argentina:
An Empirical Investigation" (with Melissa Birch), Review of Industrial
Organization, 14, 1999, 355-75.
- "Financial Development and Real Price Level
(with David Feldman), Review of Development Economics, 3, 1999, 27-43.
- "Export and Income Growth in Japan and
of International Economics, 6, 1998, 220-33.
- "On the Causality between Exports and GDP Growth: An Empirical
Re-investigation," Review of International Economics, 4, 1996, 172-84.