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Senior Economist

Jiemin Guo

Education

Ph.D.
University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana
Urban and Regional Planning
1997
M.A.
Tianjin University of Finance and Economics
Economics
1987
B.A.
Tianjin University of Finance and Economics
Economics
1982
Head of Unit, Statistics Directorate (STD)
Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Paris, France
2007
2012
Project Manager
MacroSys Research and Technology
1998
2001
Research Associate
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
1997
1998
Research Assistant
Regional Economics Applications Laboratory (REAL), University of Illinois at Champaign Urbana, Urbana, Illinois
1991
1997
Research Assistant
US Army Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (USACERL), Champaign, Illinois
1993
1994
Visiting Research Scholar
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, Massachusetts
1989
1990
Teaching Assistant and Lecturer
Tianjin University of Finance & Economics, Tianjin, China
1982
1989
26th International Input-Output Conference, Juiz de Fora, Brazil
2018
The Evolution and New Development of the US Input-Output Accounts
26th International Input-Output Conference, Juiz de Fora, Brazil
2018
BEA's International Collaborations on Measuring Global Value Chains
25th International Input-Output Conference, Atlantic City, NJ
2017
Time Series Supply and Use Tables for the United States
24th International Input-Output Conference, Seoul, Korea
2016
The Road to Integration of the U.S. Economy in Global Production: An Input-Output Analysis of the U.S. Economy over the Last Seven Decades
22nd International Input-Output Conference, Lisbon, Portugal
2014
Cross-border Allocation of Employment in Global Value Chains: A Measurement Using International IO Decomposition Techniques
20th International Input-Output Conference, Bratislava, Slovakia
2012
China’s Regional Economies and Domestic Trade in Value Added: An Interregional Input-Output Analysis
OECD Working Party on National Accounts, Paris, France
2010
OECD Quarterly National Accounts Database
OECD Working Party on National Accounts, Paris, France
2009
Proposal for the Collection of Non-Financial and Financial Quarterly Sector Accounts
OECD Working Party on National Accounts, Paris, France
2009
The situation of quarterly national accounts data transmission to the OECD
OECD Working Party on National Accounts, Paris, France
2008
Report on OECD Survey on treatment of software
OECD Working Party on National Accounts, Paris, France
2008
The State of Quarterly OECD National Accounts Data
11th OECS-NBS Workshop, Beijing, China
2007
Relationship and Consistency between BEA’s Industry and National Economic Accounts
29th General Conference of International Association for Research in Income and Wealth, Joensuu, Finland
2006
Integrating U.S. Input-Output Tables with SNA: Valuations and Extensions
9th OECS-NBS Workshop, Xiamen, China
2005
The use of Economic Census in the US National Accounts
9th OECS-NBS Workshop, Xiamen, China
2005
Constant prices measures in the US National Accounts
15th International Conference on Input-Output Techniques, Beijing, China
2005
Integrating U.S. Input-Output Tables with SNA: An Assessment Study
11th INFORUM World Conference, Suzdal, RUSSIA
2003
Integrating and Accelerating BEA's Industry Accounts
11th INFORUM World Conference, Suzdal, RUSSIA
2003
From Make-Use to Symmetric I-O Tables: An Assessment of Alternative Technology Assumptions
14th International Conference on Input-Output Techniques, Montreal, Canada
2002
From Make-Use to Symmetric I-O Tables: An Assessment of Alternative Technology Assumptions
14th International Conference on Input-Output Techniques, Montreal, Canada
2002
Increasing the Timeliness of U.S. Annual I-O Accounts
48th North American Meetings of the Regional Science Association International, Charleston, South Carolina
2001
Reducing the Time Lag of BEA’s Annual I-O Tables
Annual Meeting of the Austrian Economic Association, Graz, Austria
2001
Using Input-Output Analysis to Measure U.S. Economic Structural Change Over a 24 Year Period
Eastern Economics Association Annual Conference, Crystal City, Virginia
2000
Economic Structural Change Analysis from an Input-output Perspective: The US Economy over Two Decades: 1977 to 1996
38th annual meeting of Southern Regional Science Association, Richmond, Virginia
1999
The Role of Transportation Activities in the U.S. Economy: a New Perspective
12th International Input-Output Technology Meeting, New York, NY
1998
A New Image of Classical Key Sector Analysis: Minimum Information Decomposition of the Leontief Inverse
37th annual meeting of Southern Regional Science Association, Savannah, Georgia
1998
Assessing the Impact of Growth in the Deepwater Oil Industry on the Economy and Public Service Provision in Lafourche Parish, Louisiana
43rd North American Meetings of the Regional Science Association International, Washington DC
1996
Internal and External Linkages of Manufacturing and Non-Manufacturing Industry in Regional Structural Analysis
43rd North American Meetings of the Regional Science Association International, Washington DC
1996
The Hollowing-out Process in the Chicago Economy, 1975-2010
European Regional Science Association 36th Congress, Zurich, Switzerland
1996
The Region Versus All Other Regions: The Danish Case
14th Pacific Regional Science Conference, Taipei, Taiwan
1995
Evaluation of Economic Structure: The Multiplier Product Matrix
14th Pacific Regional Science Conference, Taipei, Taiwan
1995
Inter Asian Linkages and Key Sectors: An Evaluation
26th Mid-Continent Regional Science Association Meeting, St. Louis, Missouri
1995
Comparative Analysis of Regional Economic Structure: Case Study for China’s Urban and Rural Economies
41st North American Meetings of the Regional Science Association International, Niagara Falls, Canada
1994
Comparative Analysis of Regional Economic Structure: An Input-output Approach for China’s Metropolitan Economies
40th North American Meetings of the Regional Science Association International, Chicago, Illinois
1993
Sources of Structural Change in Input-Output Systems: A Field of Influence Approach
16th Third World Studies Conference, Omaha, Nebraska
1993
Comparative Development: A Triple Decomposition Approach
Live broadcast on TV and Radio - “Economic Forum” program, in Chinese
Voice of America, US Information Agency, Washington, DC
1996
Globalization brings challenges to traditional official statistics
Xiamen University, Xiamen, China
2012
Directorate General of Budget, Accounting and Statistics (DGBAS)
Executive Yuan, Taipei, Taiwan
2012
Editorial board member, Economic Systems Research
International Training Certificate, National Accounts Statistics
International Monetary Fund
2002
Fellow, Special Program in Urban and Regional Studies (SPURS)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, Massachusetts
1990
Certificate, International training program for Systems of National Accounts
Bureau of Economic Analysis, US Department of Commerce, Washington, DC
1990