Dr. Norhanishah Mohamad Yunus

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Dr. Norhanishah Mohamad Yunus
Phone : 04-6535930
Faks : 04-6576000
Email: norhanishah@usm.my
Labour Economics, International Economics (Trade & FDI spillovers), Development Economics (Human capital), Econometrics (panel data analysis)


Academic Qualifications:

  • Ph.D. (Economics) 2015,Universiti Putra Malaysia
  • Master of Economics (Public Policy of Economics) 2005, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
  • B.Sc. (Hons.) Economics (Econometrics) 2003, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia


Key Research Area:

  • Labour Economics
  • International Economics (Trade & FDI spillovers)
  • Development Economics (Human capital)
  • Econometrics (panel data analysis)



  • N.M. Yunus, R. Said &W.N.W Azman-Saini (2015). Spillover effects of FDI and trade on demand for skilled labour in Malaysian Manufacturing Industries. Asian Academy of Management Journal 20 (2), 1-28.
  • N.M. Yunus, R. Said &S.H. Law (2014). Does Cost of Training, Education Levels and R&D Investment Matter in Influencing Labour Productivity? Malaysian Journal of Economics, Volume 48(1)133-142.


  • N.M. Yunus, R. Said &W.N.W Azman-Saini. Spillover Effects on relative demand for skilled workers in Malaysian Manufacturing Industries. Abstract of 2th International Economics and Social Sciences (ICESS-2014), International Foundation For Research and Development (IFRD). ISSN 2307-7549. 1-2 February 2014, Bangkok, Thailand.
  • N.M. Yunus, R. Said. Getting More Bang for Your Buck: Does Human Capital Research and Development Matter. Abstract of lst CHREST International conference on Labour Market Transformation. Labour Market Transformation and Human Resource Development. 8-9 January 2013, Kuala Lumpur.


  • JKE 314E Labour Economics (new for Academic Year 2015/2016)
  • JKE 214E Labour Economics (2014/2015 onwards)
  • JKE 416E Public Sector Economics (2014/2015 onwards)
  • JKE 311 Mikroekonomi I I(Microeconomics, 2014/2015)


CONSULTANCY WITH MONETARY REWARD (University / School / Personal) :

  • Data Mapping Exercise For Women and Children in Malaysia. The United Nations Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF, Malaysia), RM5,000.00.1/6/2011- 31/10/2011.


  • East Asian Economic Association-2016