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Gazi M Hassan

Gazi M Hassan

Adjunct Faculty


Education

  • PhD, University of Western Sydney, Australia (2011)
  • MA, York University, Canada (2001)
  • MA, University of Kent at Canterbury, UK (2000)
  • BBA, North South University, Bangladesh (1996)
SUBJECTS TAUGHT / STUDENT PROJECT MENTOR
  • Managerial Economics
  • Macroeconomics
  • Research Methods for Management
  • Applied Econometrics
EXPERIENCE

Academic Experience

  • Senior Lecturer of Economics, Waikato Management School, The University of Waikato, New Zealand (2012 – Present)
  • Adjunct Lecturer, University of Technology, Sydney, NSW, Australia (2009 – 2011)

Corporate Experience

  • Management Consultant & Corporate Trainer, Deep Digital Inc, New Zealand (2015 – Present)
  • Hassan, Gazi and Shakur, Shamim (2018) Are there Significant Externality Effect of Remittances in Asian Economic Growth? Applied Economics Quarterly (formerly Konjunkturpolitik), 64 (2), 127-135.
  • Al Refai, Hisham and Hassan, Gazi (2018) The Impact of Market-Wide Volatility on Time-Varying Risk: Evidence from Qatar Exchange Market. Journal of Emerging Market Finance, 17(2S), 239S-369S. doi:1177/0972652718777083
  • Valera, Harold; Holmes, Mark and Hassan, Gazi (2018) Does Inflation Targeting Matter for the Behavior of Inflation and Output Growth? Some Regime-based Evidence for Asian Economies, Journal of Economic Studies, 45(5), 932-955. doi:1108/JES-01-2017-0023
  • Hassan, Gazi and Holmes, Mark (2018) How Do Workers’ Remittances Respond to Lending Rates? International Migration, online (doi: 10.1111/imig.12445)
  • Irfan, Mohammad; Cameron, Micheal and Hassan, Gazi (2017). Household energy elasticities and policy implication for Pakistan. Energy Policy, 113, 633-642. doi:10.1016/j.enpol.2017.11.041
  • Hassan, Gazi and Shakur, Shamim (2017). Nonlinear effects of remittances on per capita GDP growth in Bangladesh. Economies, 5(3), 25. doi:10.3390/economies5030025
  • Hassan, Gazi; Chowdhury, Mamta and Shakur, Shamim (2017) Remittances, Human Capital and Poverty: A System Approach, The Journal of Developing Areas, 51 (1): 177-192
  • Valera, Harold; Holmes, Mark and Hassan, Gazi (2017) Is Inflation Targeting Credible in Asia? A Panel GARCH Approach, Empirical Economics DOI 10.1007/s00181-016-1212-3
  • Valera, Harold; Holmes, Mark and Hassan, Gazi (2017) How Credible is Inflation Targeting in Asia? A Quantile Unit Root Perspective, Economic Modelling, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.econmod.2016.09.004
  • Valera, Harold; Holmes, Mark and Hassan, Gazi (2016) Stock Market Uncertainty and Interest Rate Behaviour: A Panel GARCH Approach, Applied Economics Letters, DOI: 10.1080/13504851.2016.1223817
  • Hassan, Gazi; Cooray, Arusha and Holmes, Mark (2016) The Effect of Female and Male Health on Economic Growth: Cross-Country Evidence within a Production Function Framework, Empirical Economics, doi: 10.1007/s00181-016-1088-2
  • Hassan, Gazi; Chowdhury, Mamta and Bhuyan, Mohammed (2016) Growth Effects of Remittances in Bangladesh: Is there a U-shaped Relationship? International Migration, doi: 10.1111/imig.12242
  • Hassan, Gazi and Holmes, Mark (2015) Do Remittances Facilitate a Sustainable Current Account? The World Economy, DOI: 10.1111/twec.12361
  • Hassan, Gazi and Faria, Joao (2015) Do Remittances Diminish Social Violence? Journal of Development Studies, 51, pp. 1309-1325.
  • Hassan, Gazi and Wu, Eliza (2015), Sovereign Credit Ratings, Growth Volatility and the Global Financial Crisis, Applied Economics, Vol. 47, pp. 5825-5840.
  • Hassan, Gazi and Cooray, Arusha (2015), Effects of Male and Female Education on Economic Growth: Some Evidence from Asia. Journal of Asian Economics, Vol. 36, pp. 97-109
  • Hassan, Gazi and Holmes, Mark (2013), Remittances and the Real Effective Exchange Rate, Applied Economics, Vol. 45 No. 35, pp. 4959-4970.
  • Rao, B. Bhaskara and Hassan, Gazi Mainul (2012). An Analysis of the Determinants of the Long-Run Growth Rate of Bangladesh. Applied Economics. Vol. 44 No. 5, pp. 565-580
  • Rao, B. Bhaskara and Hassan, Gazi Mainul (2012). Are Direct and Indirect Growth Effects of Remittances Significant? The World Economy. Vol 35(3), pp. 351 – 372.
  • Hassan, Gazi and Al refai, H. (2012) Can Macroeconomic Factors Explain Long Run Equity Returns? The Case of Jordan. Applied Financial Economics. 22 (13): 1029 - 1041.
  • Rao, B. Bhaskara and Hassan, Gazi (2011). A Panel Data Analysis of Growth Effects of Remittances. Economic Modelling. 28(1-2), pp. 701 – 709.
  • Rao, B. Bhaskara and Hassan, Gazi (2011). Determinants of the Long-Run Growth Rate of Bangladesh. Applied Economics Letters. 18(7), pp. 655 – 658.
  • Hassan, Gazi Mainul (2008) “Public Expenditure, Employment, and Poverty in Bangladesh: An Empirical Analysis”, Volume 72, CPD Occasional Paper Series, Dhaka: Centre for Policy Dialogue.

Research Interests

  • Global remittances
  • Inflation targeting
  • Empirical economic growth

Conference Presentations

  • Hasan, S-J. Kim, G. Hassan and E. Wu (2017) The Real Impact of Basel Ratings-Based Capital Rules on the Finance-Growth Nexus. ASSA 2017 Annual Meeting, American Economic Association, January 6-8, Chicago, IL
  • Valera, H; Holmes, M and Hassan, G (2016) How Credible is Inflation Targeting in Asia? A Quantile Unit Root Perspective. Annual Conference of the New Zealand Association of Economists, June 29 – July 1, Auckland
  • Hasan, G. Hassan E. Wu, and S-J. Kim (2016) The Real Impact of Basel Ratings-Based Capital Rules on the Finance-Growth Nexus. FMA Annual Meeting, October 19-22, Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Hassan, Gazi and Rahman, Shafiq (2015) Is the Democratisation Process Responsive to Remittances Flows? Evidence from Bangladesh. Development and Democracy in Bangladesh: Current Problems and Prospects, The Clark Kerr Center, University of California, November 6-8, Berkeley, CA.
  • Valera, H; Holmes, M and Hassan, G (2015) Is Inflation Targeting Credible in Asia? A Panel GARCH Approach. Singapore Economic Review Conference, August 5-7, Singapore
  • Hassan, G; Faria, JR (2014), Do Remittances Diminish Social Violence?, 10th Australasian Development Economics Workshop.
  • Hassan, G; Holmes, M (2014), Do Remittances Facilitate a Sustainable Current Account?, 55th Annual Conference of the New Zealand Association of Economists.
  • Mahmud, Sakib and Hassan, Gazi (2013) "Consequences of Public and Private Transfers on Household’s Investment in Storm Protection," 83nd Annual Conference of the Southern Economic Association, November 23-25, Tampa, FL.
  • Hassan, Gazi and Cooray, Arusha (2012) “The Effect of Female and Male Health on Economic Growth: Cross-Country Evidence Within a Production Function Framework” 41st Australian Conference of Economists, July 8-12, Melbourne, Victoria
  • Wu, Eliza and Hassan, Gazi (2012), “Sovereign Country Rating, Growth Volatility and Financial Crisis”. Econometric Society Australasian Meeting (ESAM) 2012, hosted by Deakin University 3-6 July, Langham Hotel, Melbourne, VIC, Australia
  • Holmes, Mark and Hassan, Gazi (2012), “Remittances and Real Exchange Rate”. 53rd Annual NZAE Conference 2012, Palmerston North Conference Centre, Palmerston North, June 27-29 (with Mark Holmes)
  • Hassan, Gazi, Shakur, Shamim and Bhuiyan, Mohammed (2012), “Nonlinear growth effect of remittances in recipient countries: an econometric analysis of remittances-growth nexus in Bangladesh”. 53rd Annual NZAE Conference 2012, Palmerston North Conference Centre, Palmerston North, June 27-29
  • Hassan, Gazi (2010), “Remittances and Poverty: Panel Evidence from High Remittance Economies”. Paper presented at the 2010 PhD Conference in Economics and Business, organised by Centre for Economic Policy Research, Australian National University, November 18-19.
  • Hassan, Gazi (2010), “Real Exchange Rate Misalignment in Australia: Long Run vs. Short Run” Paper presented at the Postgraduate Research Colloquium, November 3-4, Parkroyal Hotel, Parramatta, organised by College of Business, University of Western Sydney
  • Rao, B. Bhaskara and Hassan, Gazi, (2010) “Are Direct and Indirect Growth Effects of Remittances Significant?” Paper presented at the 6th Annual Australasian Development Economics Workshop, June 10-11, Rydges Hotel, Parramatta
  • Hassan, Gazi and Rao, B.B. (2009). “How Can We Double Per Capita Incomes in Bangladesh”. Paper (peer reviewed) presented at the conference Ideas and Innovations for the Development of Bangladesh: The Next Decade at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, October 9-10.
  • Hassan, Gazi, (2009). “Macroeconomic Effects of Remittances in Bangladesh” Paper presented at the South Asia Studies Summer School and Conference (SASSSC) at the Asia Pacific Week, Australian National University, January 27-30

Memberships

  • Member, American Economic Association
  • Member, New Zealand Association of Economists

Awards

  • Recipient of 2015 Dean’s Award for Outstanding Emerging Scholar, Waikato Management School, University of Waikato, New Zealand
  • Recipient of 2016 Outstanding Alumni Award, North South University, Dhaka, Bangladesh