Natasha Xingyuan Che
Macroeconomics, structural change, Intangible Capital, Business Cycle, Industrial
Dynamics, Computational Economics, Applied Econometrics.
Phd in Economics, Georgetown University, 2011
M.A. in Economics, Georgetown University,
B.S. in Economics, Peking University,
B.S. in Applied Mathematics, Peking University,
B.A. in English Literature, Peking University,
"Structural Reforms and Regional Convergence", with Antonio Spilimbergo, 2012.
"Factor Endowment, Structural Change, and Economic Growth", 2012.
“Intangible Capital and Sectoral Structural Change: Theory
and Evidence”, 2009.
“The Great Dissolution: Organization Capital and Diverging
Volatility Puzzle”, 2009.
Economist, The International Monetary Fund, Washington DC, present.
Consultant, Enterprise Analysis Unit, The World Bank Group, Washington DC, 2009.
Legislative Research Fellow, Office of US Senator Norm
Coleman (R-MN), Washington DC, 2007.
Analyst, China Center for Economics Research and Sinofin Co., Beijing, 2004
Teaching Fellow, “Economic Statistics Using STATA”, 2009.
Teaching Assistant, Macroeconomic Theory (2008); Macro
Principals (2007); Micro Principals (2005, 2006, 2010)
Languages & Software: Matlab, Gauss, STATA, MS Office.
Language: Fluent Mandarin.
Honors and Awards
Graduate Fellowship Awards, Georgetown University,
Outstanding Service Certificate, Center for Strategic and
International Studies, 2006.
Presenter, International Trade Seminar of DEC, the World Bank, Washington DC, 2010.
Presenter, Midwestern Macro Meetings, East Lansing MI, 2010
Presenter, American Economics Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta GA, 2010
Presenter, Society of Government Economics Annual Conference, Washington DC, 2009
Presenter and Discussant, Midwest Economics Association
Annual Meeting, Cleveland OH, 2009.
Presenter, Economics Forum, University of New Haven, New Haven CT, 2009.
Presenter, Southern Economics Association Annual Conference, San Antonio TX,