Dr. Radziah Adam

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Dr. Radziah Adam
Phone         : 04-6534748
Fax             : 04-6576000
Email          : radziah_adam@usm.my
International Economics (Technology transfer via FDI), Applied Econometrics, Industrial Economics
 

Profile

Academic Qualifications:

  • Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Ph.D. (Economics) 2009 
  • Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Master of Economics (Econometrics) 2003
  • University of East London, B.Sc. (Hons.) Business Economics 1998

Research

Research Specialization: 

  • International Economics  (main research area: productivity spillovers @ indirect technology transfer from FDI, forward & backward linkages) 
  • Industrial Economics (Structure-Conduct-Performance) 
  • Econometrics (panel data analysis)
  • e-Learning, Distance Learning

Publication

Selected Journal Articles:

  1. Khalifah, N.A., Mohd-Salleh, S., & Adam, R., FDI productivity spillovers and the technology gap in Malaysia's electrical and electronic industries, Asian-Pacific Economic Literature, 2015, 29, 1, 19
  2. Radziah Adam and Noor Aini Khalifah, 2012, Foreign Presence and Market Concentration in Malaysian Manufacturing Industries (Kehadiran Pelabur Asing dan Penumpuan Pasaran dalam Sektor Pembuatan di Malaysia).  Jurnal Ekonomi Malaysia, 46(1), pp. 119-132.
  3. Noor Aini Khalifah and Radziah Adam, 2009, Productivity Spillovers from FDI in Malaysian Manufacturing: Evidence from Micro-panel Data. Asian Economic Journal, 23(2), pp.143-167.

Selected Book Chapters:

  1. Y.Y. Khoo, A.K. Noor Al-Huda, T. Hafsah, A.J. Norasibah, A. Radziah, Developing a New Method of Mobile Learning among Distance Learners in a Public University, Taylor's 7th Teaching and Learning Conference 2014 Proceedings, Springer, 2015, 8
  2. Tuan Lonik, Ku Azam, ed. (2015), Foreign Direct Investment and Industrial Development, Malaysian Economy: Growth and Transformation, Penerbit UTHM, 2015, 19

Teaching

  • JKE 217 Falsafah Sains Sosial (new for Academic Year 2015/2016)
  • JKE 417 Ekonomi Perindustrian (Industrial Economics, 2010/2011 onwards)
  • JKE 316E Quantitative Economics (2009/2010 onwards)
  • JKE 101 Pengantar Ekonomi (Introductory Economics, 2013/2014)
  • JKE 213 Wang dan Perbankan (Money and Banking, 2009/2010 - 2012/2013)
  • JKE 211 Mikroekonomi I (Intermediate Microeconomics, 2009/2010)

Supervision

PhD

  • Salmah Mohd Salleh, Ph.D (UKM Dissertation - Mixed Mode), Vertical and Horizontal FDI Technology Spillovers: Evidence from Malaysian Manufacturing Micro-Panel Data, Joint Supervisor , 2012-2014

Master

  • Liu Meng Yang, Master (PPSK Dissertation - Course Work), The Relationship between Government Size and Trade Openness in Malaysia, Main Supervisor , 2014
  • Niqin, Master (PPSK Dissertation - Course Work), The Impacts of RMB Exchange Rate Volatility Penyelia on Export Flows between China and its 6 Major Trading Partners, Main Supervisor , 2015

Recognition

  • Deputy Chief Editor, Malaysian Journal of Distance Education, (since 1/6/2012)
  • East Asian Economic Association (EAEA), member (since 2006)