Abey P Philip

Dr. Abey P. Philip

Dr. Abey P. Philip
PhD, MPhil, MS, BA
Senior Lecturer

Contact Details
Tel: +60 85 443939 Ext:3945
Location: Heron 2 Room 48
Fax: +60 85 443837
Email:  abeypp@curtin.edu.my

Academic History

  • Doctor of Philosophy, Economics, University of Hyderabad, India   (2006)
  • Master of Philosophy, Economics, Pondicherry University, India  (2001)
  • Master of Science, Econometrics, Pondicherry University, India (1998)

Awards

  • Best Lecturer- Students Choice Award- Overall Winner, Curtin University 2017
  • Best Lecturer- Students Choice Award, Department of Finance and Banking, Curtin University 2017
  • Best Lecturer- Students Choice Award- Overall Winner, Curtin University 2016
  • Best Lecturer- Students Choice Award, Department of Finance and Banking, Curtin University 2016
  • Teacher of the Year Award , Curtin Business School, Perth, Australia 2016
  • Excellence in Teaching Award, Curtin University, Perth, Australia 2015
  • Excellence and Innovation in Teaching Award, Curtin University, Sarawak 2015
  • Best Lecturer- Students Choice Award, Curtin University 2015
  • Best Lecturer-Overall Winner, Department of Finance and Banking Curtin University 2015
  • Best Lecturer- Students Choice Award, Curtin University 2013
  • Best Research Paper Award, Annual International Conference on Macro Microeconomics, Singapore 2012
  • Best Lecturer- Students Choice Award, Curtin University 2010
  • Best Lecturer- Students Choice Award, Curtin University 2009

Research Interest

  • My research interest interest includes
    1. Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics
    2. Prices, Business Fluctuations, and Cycles
    3. Government and the Monetary System
    4. International trade and Economic Integration
    5. Business Economics
    6. Economic Development
    7. Economics of Education

Selected Research Funding & Research Projects

  1. Funder: Curtin University Malaysia, Office of Teaching and Learning
    Title: Research Curtin Sarawak Innovative Teaching Project
    Amount: RM
    Team members: Dr. Abey P. Philip

Selected Publications

A. Book Chapter

B. Journal Publications

  1. Philip, Abey P. and Alappatt, Mathew. (2015). Trade Interaction between India and ASEAN Countries: An Empirical Study. International Journal of Procurement Management 8(5).
  2. Philip, Abey P.  (2014). Cointegration Test for Growth and Employment of Indian Software Industry in India. International Journal of Business Innovation and Research  8(2): 225 – 233
  3. Philip, Abey P, (2014). The Relation between Monetary Announcement and Phillips Curve? An Empirical Study from Malaysia. Theoretical and Applied Economics XXI(4): 131-142.
  4. Philip, Abey P. (2009). Casualty between Advertising and Consumption in India. Journal of Marketing Vistas 2(2)
  5. Philip, Abey P. (2009). E-Sourcing- A Kernel B-Strategy. Journal of Research in Management- OPTIMIZATION  3(1)
  6. Philip, Abey P and Philip, Ancy.S. (2009). Economics of Public Policy. The ICFAI Journal of Public Administration 5(1)
  7. Philip, Abey P. (2008). An Analytical Study of Market Integration Hypothesis for Natural Rubber Cultivation of Kerala, The ICFAI Journal of Agricultural Economics 5(2)
  8. Philip, Abey P. (2006). Nexus Relations: Economic Growth and R&D. SCMS Journal of Indian Management III(III)

C. Conference Proceedings

  1. Philip, Abey. P. (2017). Student’s perspective on Outcome based Learning in Higher Education: A study on An Australian Offshore Campus in Malaysia. Taylor’s 10th Teaching and Learning Conference on  30th September to 1st October
  2. Philip, Abey. P. (2016). The Role of Monetary Factors in the Malaysian Tourism Industry: An ARDL Approach. International Conference on Business,  Information, and Tourism (ICBIT) on3rd- 5th August 2016, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  3. Philip, Abey. P. (2015). The causality between the student’s academic performance and truancy rate in an Australian offshore campus in Malaysia. 3rd International Higher Education Teaching and Learning Conference 2015 on 26th – 27th November 2015 Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia
  4. Philip, Abey. P. (2015). Does Regional Interaction between Malaysia and ASEAN countries promote International trade: A Panel Data Analysis. Emerging Issues in Economics and Finance (EIEF) on 5th to 6th December 2015  Kuala Lumpur,  Malaysia
  5. Philip, Abey.P. (2014). Deliberate Mistake: Cognitive Strategy to Prolong Students Attention Span. Proceedings of the International symposium on Management Education: Towards Achieving Global Standards and Recognition held in Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia, 2-3 October
  6. S M M Tavassoli ,Seyed Kazem Oraee, Philip, Abey P and Junaid M. Shaikh. (2014). Capital Investment and Productivity: A Paradox? Proceedings of International conference on The Case of the Australian Mining Industry. 10th Asian Business Research Conference held in Bangkok, Thailand from 6 – 7 October 2014
  7. S M M Tavassoli Seyed ,Kazem Oraee, Philip Abey P and Junaid M. Shaikh. (2014). The Changes of Efficiency, Technology and Productivity in the Australian Mining Industry. Proceedings of International conference on“AusIMM New Leaders’ Conference, Perth, Australia on 12-13 August 2014
  8. Philip, Abey. P and Alappatt, Mathew. (2012). Trade Interaction between India and ASEAN Countries: An Empirical Study. Proceedings of Bangkok World Business Research Conference, 4th-6th October 2012
  9. Philip, Abey. P. (2012). Does monetary Announcement Affect Phillips Curve n Empirical Study from Malaysia. Proceedings of Singapore Annual International Conference on Macro Microeconomics, 23-24 July 2012
  10. Philip, Abey. P. (2011). The Relationship between Advertising and Consumption in India. Proceedings of Asia Pacific Marketing and Management Conference, 11th-13th November 2011, Kuching, Malaysia.
  11. Philip, Abey. P. (2007). Advertising and Consumption in India: An Analysis of Causality”, Proceedings of International conference on Marketing and Society conference, April 8th -10th 2007, Indian  Institute of Management, Kerala
  12. Philip, Abey. P. (2003). The nexus between Employment and Economic Growth in India 1970- 2001. Proceedings of the International Conference on Globalisation and Challenges for Education – Focus on Equity and Equality, February 2003 , New Delhi.
  13. Philip, Abey. P. (2002). The causality between Development Expenditure Growth and Economic Growth in India. Proceedings of the National Conference on COSMER, September 2002, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
  14. Philip, Abey. P. (2001). On the Proximate Determinants of Rubber Production in Kerala: Some Cross Section Findings from a District. Proceedings of Input- Output Conference, August 2001, University of Hyderabad.

HDRs Supervision

Professional Associations

  • Lifetime member, Malaysian Economic Association, since 2013

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