Yuko Imura is a Principal Researcher in the International Economic Analysis Department. Her primary research fields are international trade and finance, monetary economics and computational economics. She received her PhD in Economics from The Ohio State University.
Staff analytical notes
Staff working papers
- “Endogenous Trade Participation with Price Rigidities,”
Journal of International Economics, May 2016, Volume 100, Pages 14-33.
- “The Extensive Margin of Trade and Monetary Policy”
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, March 2019, Volume 100, Pages 417-441.
- “Reassessing Trade Barriers with Global Production Networks”
Review of Economic Dynamics, forthcoming.
- Endogenous Trade Participation with Incomplete Exchange Rate Pass-Through
- Heterogeneous Firms, Endogenous Entry,and Monetary Policy in an Open Economy
- Endogenous Entry and Price Responsiveness
(with Yi-Chan Tsai)
- Collateralized Borrowing in a Two-Country DSGE Model with Production Heterogeneity
(with Julia Thomas)
- Credit Market Frictions and Sudden Stops