B.Econ (U.Syd); M.Econ (U.Syd - Honours Class I); PhD (Australian National University)
Professor of Practice in Finance and EconomicsContact
Department of Decision Sciences and Managerial EconomicsRoom 907, 9/F
Cheng Yu Tung Building
12 Chak Cheung Street
Shatin, N.T., Hong Kong
+852 3943 7813
Prof. Paul Kitney has over 30 years’ experience in Asia-Pacific central banking, investment banking and as a hedge fund manager. He worked at firms such as Morgan Stanley, Blackrock and recently at Daiwa Capital Markets as Chief Equity Strategist (APAC). Prof. Kitney has been a regular guest on CNBC and Bloomberg TV as an expert on global monetary policy, Asian economies and markets. His academic research focus is monetary economics and financial frictions, publishing peer-reviewed articles in this field.
Prof. Kitney teaches economics courses (micro and macro), bringing real-life events and cases together with economic theory – covering economic events and policy developments affecting China, Asia-Pacific and the global economy. He also teaches finance courses on money, central banking and finance; and investment courses focusing on derivative/hedge fund strategies and macro investing. In 2018, Business Because magazine named Prof. Kitney in a list of emerging professors around the world who should be on MBA candidates’ radar.
Macro Investment Strategy
Financial Friction Macroeconomics
- Publications & Working Papers
- Paul Kitney (2018), “Financial factors and monetary policy: Determinacy and learnability of equilibrium“, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control.
- Paul Kitney (2015), “Does the central bank respond to credit market factors? A Bayesian DSGE approach,” CAMA Working Paper.
- Paul Kitney (2016), “Financial Factors and Monetary Policy: Determinacy and Learnability of Equilibrium,” CAMA Working Paper.