My current research focuses on issues related to the effects of economic globalization.
Dr. Yui Suzuki joined the School of Diplomacy and International Relations at Seton Hall University in 2007. His fields of specialization are International Macro/Finance, Economic Development and Transition, Macroeconomics and International Trade. His current research focuses on issues related to the effects of economic globalization. He particularly argues that economic globalization in this context goes beyond the development of extensive trade links. The expansion of the international capital market is another important pillar of economic globalization, which in turn introduces a dynamic that affects the very foundations of domestic economies.
Prior to joining the School of Diplomacy and International Relations, Dr. Suzuki worked as an economist for Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC). He evaluated creditworthiness of recipient countries based on economic analysis of balance of payments, fiscal/monetary policy, and national account. He visited more than ten countries (including Argentina, Peru, Russia and Bulgaria) to lead interviews and policy dialogues with local governments, international financial institutions (e.g. IMF and World Bank) and private sectors (e.g. Wall Street).
- Ph.D., University of Michigan, 2007
- M.A., Economics, University of Michigan
- University Research Council Award, 2009, Seton Hall University
- Financial Integration and Consumption Risk Sharing and Smoothing
International Review of Economics & Finance, Volume 29, pp. 585-598,
- Intensity of Trade with the EU and Corruption in Africa
Journal of Economic Integration, Volume 28 No. 4, pp. 610-630 ,
- Binding Constraint on Economic Growth under Export-Oriented Industrialization and Globalization
Applied Economics, Vol. 44, Issue 20, pp. 2569-2576,
- Business Cycles and Corruption
Economics Letters, 111 (2), pp. 138-140,