Current Jenkins Fellow
Tiezheng Song is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Economics at North Carolina State University. His research interest lies in the field of macroeconomics. Tiezheng currently works on projects related to financial economics, empirical macroeconomics, and monetary and fiscal policies. More specifically these works focus on the roles of the housing market and financial intermediaries in transmitting disturbances in the economy and the corresponding implications for conventional and unconventional monetary policy interventions, as well as the impact of financial imperfection for fiscal policy effectiveness during economic recessions. His research uses methods including dynamic stochastic general equilibrium modeling, statistical modeling and Bayesian econometrics to address open questions in the field and evaluate macro-related policy outcomes. He holds a Master’s degree in Applied Economics and a Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration from East China University of Science and Technology, and a Master’s degree in Economics from North Carolina State University.