Dr. Jui-Chi Huang is an Associate Professor of Economics at Penn State Berks. Huang's fields of study are monetary economics and international economics. His research in economics emphasizes applied monetary and international economics, international market structures and integration, strategic trade policies, and pass-through economics. Huang’s teaching interests are macroeconomics, money and banking, monetary economics, financial markets, and international economics. He also teaches economics online. In addition to regularly presenting papers at professional meetings, he has published in selected refereed journals such as Asian-African Journal of Economics and Econometrics, Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research, Managerial Finance and the Journal of Business Economic Research. More about Huang, visit his website.
Brahmasrene, Tantatape and Jui-Chi Huang. Foreign Exchange Volatility and International Pricing. International Journal of Economics and Business Research, Volume 3, Number 1, 2011 (forthcoming).
Huang, Jui-Chi and Tantatape Brahmasrene. Linking Hedging to Foreign Exchange Volatility via a Study of the U.S. Export Panel Data. The Empirical Economics Letters, Volume 9, Number 10, October 2010 (forthcoming).
Huang, Jui-Chi and Tantatape Brahmasrene. Hedging On U.S. Export Pricing: An Exchange Rate Pass-Through Analysis. International Journal of Economics and Finance, Volume 2, Number 3, 2010 (forthcoming).
Brahmasrene, Tantatape and Jui-Chi Huang, Pricing to Pass-Through under Volatile Exchange Rate Scenario in the U.S. Manufacturing, World Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development, Volume 6, Numbers 1/2, pp. 53 - 60, 2010.
Ph.D., Economics, American University, Washington D.C.
M.S., International Studies, Central Connecticut State University, Connecticut
B.A., International Relations, Tunghai University, Taiwan