James Yetman

James Yetman

Principal Economist
Monetary and Economic Department, Economic and Financial Markets for Asia and the Pacific

James joined the BIS in May 2008 and is based at the Representative Office for Asia and the Pacific in Hong Kong. He conducts research of relevance to central banks in the region. Previous posts include Assistant Professor at the School of Economics and Finance at the University of Hong Kong (2001-08) and Research Economist for the Bank of Canada (1998-2001). He also spent shorter periods with the European Central Bank, the Reserve Bank of New Zealand and the Hong Kong Monetary Authority. After attaining a BSc (Hons) from the University of Canterbury in New Zealand and an MA at the University of British Columbia, he completed his PhD in Economics at Queen's University in Canada.

Fields of interest

  • Macroeconomics
  • International economics

43 items
October 2021

by James Yetman, M Drehmann and Mathias Drehmann

in International Journal of Central Banking
December 2018

by Aaron Mehrotra and James Yetman

in International Journal of Central Banking
2014

by James Yetman and M Devereux

in Journal of International Money and Finance
2010

by James Yetman and M Devereux

in Journal of Money, Credit and Banking
2012

by G Smith, James Yetman and M Devereux

in Journal of International Economics
September 2022

by Eli M Remolona and James Yetman

in International Journal of Central Banking
April 2020

by James Yetman and R Fatum

in Journal of International Money and Finance
March 2019

by James Yetman and K Miyajima

in Applied Economics
August 2018

by James Yetman and K Miyajima

in IMF Working Papers
June 2018

by Aaron Mehrotra and James Yetman

in Economics Letters