Dora Xia

Dora Xia

Senior Economist
Monetary and Economic Department, Office for Asia and the Pacific

Dora Xia joined the BIS in 2016 after working two years for Merrill Lynch Global Rates and Currencies Research as a strategist. Her work mainly focuses on the yield curve of interest rates. Her papers on shadow interest rates have been widely referenced and discussed by policymakers, academia and practitioners, and have become a benchmark for measuring the monetary policy stance during the zero lower bound. She also works on topics related to monetary policy spillovers and the central bank communications. Dora holds an MSc in physics and a PhD in economics from the University of California, San Diego.

Fields of interest

  • Financial markets
  • Monetary policy
  • Econometrics

6 items
March 2022

by Chao He, Dora Xia, Leonardo Gambacorta and Marlene Amstad

in Vox China
November 2022

by Andreas Schrimpf, Dora Xia and Jonathan Kearns

in Journal of Money, Credit and Banking
January 2022

by Claudio Borio, Dora Xia, Egon Zakrajšek and Piti Disyatat

in VoxEU
December 2020

by Claudio Borio, Dora Xia and Mathias Drehmann

in Journal of Macroeconomics
April 2020

by Dora Xia and Jing Cynthia Wu

in Journal of Applied Econometrics
March 2016

by Dora Xia and Jing Cynthia Wu

in Journal of Money, Credit and Banking