Outstanding PhD student receives Sir Edward Youde Memorial Fellowship20 Apr, 2021
Ronald’s research interest lies in Macroeconomics, particularly in inflation expectation formation. He plans to investigate how the market forms inflation expectations, drawing on New Keynesian Economics and machine learning methodologies. The results of his research will help to develop an alternative monetary policy. Ronald attributes his success to the rich resources and supportive faculty at the HKBU School of Business, one of the top schools in Asia-Pacific where brilliant minds gather. He was also an awardee of the Hong Kong PhD Fellowship Scheme 2019-20.
The Sir Edward Youde Memorial Fund was established in 1987, with the aim of encouraging education and research by the people of Hong Kong.