Kiril Tochkov

Associate Professor and Chair
Scharbauer Hall 4110 | 817-257-7554

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Ph.D., Economics, State University of New York at Binghamton (2005)
MA, Economics, State University of New York at Binghamton (2002)
MA, Economics and Chinese Studies, Heidelberg University (Germany) (1999)

Courses Taught

ECON 10233: Introductory Macroeconomics
ECON 30233: Intermediate Macroeconomics
ECON 30443: Asian Economics
ECON 40313: Econometrics

Areas of Focus

Economic Growth, Regional Macroeconomics, Trade and Regional Integration, Economies of China and Russia

Sawyer, W., Tochkov, K., and W. Yu (2017). “Regional and Sectoral Patterns and Determinants of Comparative Advantage in China.” Frontiers of Economics in China, 12(1): 7-36.

Nath, H., Liu, L., and K. Tochkov (2015). “Comparative Advantages in U.S. Bilateral Services Trade with China and India.Journal of Asian Economics, 38: 79-92.

Tochkov, K., and W. Yu (2013). “Sectoral Productivity and Regional Disparities in China, 1978-2006.Comparative Economic Studies, 55(4): 582-605.

Badunenko, O., and K. Tochkov (2010). “Soaring Dragons, Roaring Tigers, Growling Bears: Determinants of Regional Growth and Convergence in China, India, and Russia.Economics of Transition, 18(3): 539-570.

Tochkov, K. (2007). “Interregional Transfers and the Smoothing of Provincial Expenditure in China.” China Economic Review, 18(1): 54-65.