Donggyu Sul

John Kain Professor of Economics
Tags: Economics

Professional Preparation

Ph.D. - Economics
The Ohio State University - 1992
B.S. - Economics
Korea University - 1988

Research Areas

Research Interests

Panel Data Econometrics, Empirical Growth, International Finance

Publications

Nominal Exchange Rates and Monetary Fundamentals: Evidence from a Seventeen Country Panel, (with N.C. Mark), Journal of International Economics, 2001, 53, 29-52. 2001 - Publication
Does Ex Post Uncovered Interest Differential Reflect on the Degrees of Capital Mobility? Applied Economics Letters, 1999, 6, 97-102. 1999 - Publication
Excess Volatility of Realized Excess Profit from Currency Speculation in a Two-Country General Equilibrium Model, Review of International Economics, 1999, 7, 280-292. 1999 - Publication
Forecasting of Yen-Dollar Rates in the Long Run.1997 (with D.Y. Choi). Seoul, Korea: Korean Economic Research Institution, 99 pages. 1997 - Publication
Forecasting of Yen-Dollar Rates in the Short Run. 1997 (with D.Y. Choi) Korean Journal of Money and Finance. Vol. 2, No. 1, 85--113 June. 1997 - Publication
Measurement of Capital Mobility in APEC Region and its Impact on Korean Economy. 1996 (with J.H. Nam), Seoul Korea: Korea Institute of Finance, 98 pages. 1996 - Publication
An Investigation of the Customs of Commercial Transactions in Korea. 1995 (with Hwang, E.G., Kim, J.P., Hyun, S.M.), Seoul, Korea: Korean Economic Research Institution, 68 pages. 1995 - Publication

Appointments

Professor
University of Texas at Dallas [2009–Present]
Visiting Fellow
University of Notre Dame [2006–2007]
Associate Professor
University of Auckland [2006–2009]
Senior Lecturer
University of Auckland [2004–2005]
Senior Lecturer
University of Auckland [2002–2003]
Visiting Assistant Professor
Ohio State University [1998–2000]
Research Economist
Korea University [1992–1997]

Additional Information

Professional Activity
  • General Secretary of Korea-American Economic Association, 2011-current. 
  • Program Committee: 2013 SETA conference, 2011 Asian Econometric Society Meeting 
  • Associate Editor, New Zealand Economic Paper, 2004--2006 
  • Co-organizer New Zealand Econometric Study Group Meeting, 2001--present 
  • Adjudication Panel for the 2003 A R Bergstrom Prize in Econometrics 
  • Program Committee: 2001 Australasian Meetings of the Econometric Society 

News Articles

Economist Garners International Award
Dr. Donggyu Sul, John F. Kain Professor of Economics in the School of Economic, Political and Policy Sciences, has been awarded the 2019 Maekyung-KAEA Economist Award for his contributions to economic research. The annual award is presented to a well-known and established Korean economist who is a member of the Korea-America Economic Association.

“It is my honor to get this award,” Sul said. “Those who won previously are highly respected and considered among the best in the world. This is absolutely one of the highlights of my career.”