dr goh DR.GOH SOO KHOON
Ph.D.(Economics),University of Melbourne,Australia, M.A.(Economics), University of Colorado at Boulder, United States, B.Ec,(Hon), University Malaya, Malaysia

Malaysia Open Macroeconomics, International Capital Flows, Exchange and Capital control, Exchange Rate Determination, Applied Time Series Techniques.

Contact Information:

Room No. : 111
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Telephone : +604-653 3386

Selected Research

Research Grants/Consultation Project

  1. Explore the Intra-and Extra-ASEAN FDI and Trade linkages in ASEAN and ASEAN Plus Three, RU grant, RM142,870
  2. 2012-2015 : Universiti Sains Malaysia, RU Grant, "Exploring The Dynamics  Between OFDI And International Trade: Empirical Evidence From Malaysia And  Singapore"-- RM100,200.
  3. 2012-2014 : Kementerian Pengajian Tinggi, FRGS, "Food, Culture and Identity:Localization and Hybridization of the Terengganu and Kelantan Chinese      Peranakan Foodways" -- RM60,600.
  4. 2011-2013 : Universiti Sains Malaysia Short-Term Grant, 'Malaysian’s Outward FDI: Market Driven or Policy Driven' -- RM28,000.
  5. 2009-2011 : Universiti Sains Malaysia RU Grant, 'Is Malaysia Exempted from the Impossible Trinity: Empirical Evidence 1991-2009" --RM 94,000.
  6. 2009-2012 : Universiti Sains Malaysia RU Grant, "Chinese Cultural Maintenance  In A Malay State: The Roles Of The Chinese Associations In      Terengganu"-- RM93,465.

Selected Publication

Book

  1. Gregory Mankiw, Goh Soo Khoon , Ong Hway Boon, Yen Siew Hwa, Cheng Meng Yu, Muszafarshah Mohd Mustafa, Yvonne Lee Lean Ee (2012), Principles of Economics - Malaysian Edition (2013), Cengage Learning Asia Pte Ltd, ISBN 978-967-10144-8-6
  2. Gregory Mankiw, Goh Soo Khoon , Ong Hway Boon, Yen Siew Hwa, Cheng Meng Yu, Muszafarshah Mohd Mustafa, Yvonne Lee Lean Ee (2013), Principles of Macroeconomics(2013) - Malaysian Edition, Cengage Learning Asia Pte Ltd, ISBN 978-967-10144-8-6

 Chapter in Book

  1. Lim Mah Hui and Goh Soo Khoon (2012), How Malaysia weathered the Financial Crisis: Policies and Possible Lessons, in Anikit Bhushan (ed)., How to Prevent the Next Crisis: Lessons from Country Experiences of the Global Financial Crisis. Ottawa: The North-South Institute

 Journal

  1. Goh Soo Khoon, Robert McNown (2015) " Examining the exchange rate regime-monetary policy autonomy nexus: Evidence from Malaysia", International Review of Economics and Finance(2015), 35, p. 292-303
  2. Goh Soo Khoon, Wong Koi Nyen, (2014)Could Inward FDI Offset the Substitution Effect of Outward FDI on Domestic Investment? Evidence from Malaysia", Prague Economic Paper, 4 ,p.413-425
  3. Goh Soo Khoon, Wong Koi Nyen (forthcoming), "Could Inward FDI Offset the Substitution Effect of Outward FDI on Domestic Investment? Evidence from Malaysia", accepted by Prague Economic Paper
  4. Tan Yao Sua, Goh Soo Khoon (2014), International students, academic publications and world university rankings: the impact of globalization and responses of a Malaysian public university, Higher Education, DOI: 10.1007/s10734-014-9724-2
  5. Goh Soo Khoon, Wong Koi Nyen, Tham Siew Yean (2013)Trade linkages of inward and outward FDI: Evidence from Malaysia, Economic Modeling, Volume 35, p.224-230
  6. Tan Yao Sua, Pong Thock ker, Kamarudin Ngah, Goh Soo Khoon (2012), Maintenanace and propagation of Chinese culture in a Malay state: the roles of the Chinese association in Kuala Terengganu, Asian Ethnicity, 13(4), p.441-467
  7. Goh Soo Khoon, Lim Mah Hui, Tan Yao Sua (2012), The Policy Responses and Implication of the Global Financial Crisis in Asia: A case study for Malaysia, European Research Studies, XV(1), p. 55-70, 2012
  8. Wong Koi Nyen, Goh soo Khoon (2013) Outward FDI, Merchandise and Services Trade: Evidence from Singapore”, Journal of Business Economics and Management, Vol.14(2), 276-291

 Seminar Presentations

  1. Goh Soo Khoon (2014), “Can a country be exempted from Impossible Trinity: Evidence from Malaysia”, 4th International Conference on Economics, Trade and Development, Penang, Malaysia.
  2. Tan Bee Wah, Goh Soo Khoon, Wong Koi Nyen (2014), “ Does the domestic investment benefits from the inflows and outflows of fdi?Panel data evidence from the ASEAN-8 countries,  Australian Academy of Business and Social Sciences Conference.

Teaching

  • Principle of Microeconomics
  • Principle of Macroeconomics
  • International Economics
  • Basic of Econometrics
  • Money, Banking and Financial Market

Award

  1. 2012-2013 : Fulbright Scholar Program
  2. 2008-2009 : Erasmus MUNDUS Research Scholarship
  3. 2001-2004 : Melbourne International Research Scholarship by University of Melbourne
  4. 2001-2004 : Melbourne Fee Remission Scholarship by University of Melbourne
  5. 1996-1997 : Full scholarship by Universiti Utara Malaysia for master study at University of Colorado at Boulder, US
  6. 1991 : Department Award, FEA, University Malaya
  7. 1991 : Award in memorandum of Harcharan Singh Khera, FEA, University Malaya