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Biography

I am a PhD student, specializing in financial economics. Prior to joining the school, I served as an economist at the Central Bank of Malaysia. My role at the central bank varied between economic surveillance and forecasting, with occasional economic research (mainly in the public policy realm as well as creating and refining forecast models). During my undergraduate studies, I had the opportunity to serve as research assistants to both Dr Camilla Jensen and Dr Saumik Paul.

I hold a MSc and BSc in Economics from the University of Nottingham.

Research Summary

My research interests lie in re-exploring the finance-growth relationship, particularly in times leading to crises. I am interested to investigate from both a theoretical and empirical standpoint, if… read more

Current Research

My research interests lie in re-exploring the finance-growth relationship, particularly in times leading to crises. I am interested to investigate from both a theoretical and empirical standpoint, if recent innovations in finance has led to higher growth volatility.

My dissertation topic, 'Re-exploring the Finance-Growth Nexus' is jointly supervised by Professor Omar Licandro and Dr Markus Eberhardt.

Past Research

Central Bank of Malaysia

Determining the Drivers of Crude Oil, LNG and Crude Palm Oil Prices

The Malaysian Experience in Diversifying Manufacturing (BNM Conference Paper, co-authored with Mohamed Rizwan and Kevin Wong)

University of Nottingham, Malaysian Campus

Skilled Emigration and Exchange Rates, Theory and Empirics (Working Paper in IDE-JETRO, co-authored with Dr Saumik Paul and Dr Alice Ouyang)

School of Economics

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