Kerk Phillips, Associate Professor
Kerk Phillips earned his Ph.D. from the University of Rochester in 1991 and has taught at the University of Michigan, Nanjing University, and Korea University. He does research on computational macroeconomics, international trade and finance, exchange rate behavior, economic growth and Asian economies . He has worked at BYU since 1992.
- PhD, University of Rochester, 1991
- MA, University of Rochester, 1990
- BS, Brigham Young University, 1986
Computational Macroeconomics, Open Economy Macroeconomics, Economic Growth and Cycles, Real and Nominal Exchange Rate Dynamics, Asian Economies, Public Policy, Pensions and Savings
- 2013 Best Paper of Korea and the World Economy, The Association of Korean Economic Studies, 2013
- Society for Computational Economics
- International Finance and Economics Society
- Econometric Society
- American Economics Association
- Richard W Evans, Kerk Layne Phillips (2014). OLG Life Cycle Model Transition Paths: Alternate Model Forecast Method. Computational Economics.
- Kerk Layne Phillips, Scott Charles Bradford, Ryne Belliston (2013). 한반도 통일비용-편익: 남북관계적 차원 (Costs and Benefits of Korean Unification: The North-South Relations Dimension). 한반도 통일의 미래와 주변 4국의 기대 (Expectations for the Future of Korean Unification and its Four Neighboring Countries).
- Stephen Norman, Kerk Layne Phillips (2013). What is the Shape of Real Exchange Rate Nonlinearity? Applied Financial Economics.
- Kerk Layne Phillips (2012). Specialization and Market Development as Engines of Growth. Journal of Economic Studies.
- Scott Charles Bradford, Dongjin Kim, Kerk Layne Phillips (2011). Economic Reform and Openness in North Korea: A General Equilibrium Model. Journal of Economic Policy Reform .
- Kerk Layne Phillips, David Eugene Spencer (2011). Bootstrapping Structural VARs: Avoiding a Potential Bias in Confidence Intervals for Impulse Response Functions. Journal of Macroeconomics.
- Baizhu Chen, Kerk Layne Phillips (2011). Regional Growth in China: An Empirical Investigation using Multiple Imputation and Province-level Panel Data. Research in Economics.
- Baizhu Chen, Kerk Layne Phillips (2007). Ch. 7 A Panel Data Sensitivity Analysis of Regional Growth in China. Private Enterprises and China's Economic Development.
- Val E Lambson, Kerk Layne Phillips (2007). Market Structure and Schumpeterian Growth. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization.
- Kerk Layne Phillips, Shen Kunrong (2007). Size of the State-Owned Sector and Regional Growth in China. The Revival of Private Enterprise in China.