Doctor Girijasankar Mallik

Doctor Girijasankar Mallik

Senior Lecturer,
Economics, Finance and Property (SoBus)

Biography

Girijasankar Mallik was born and brought up and educated in India. He obtained a B. Sc. (Honours in Statistics), M. Sc. (Statistics) and Ph. D. in Applied Econometrics from India. Currently he is working in the University of Western Sydney, Australia as a Senior Lecturer since 2000. Recently, Girija has received the best teacher’s award from the College of Business, University of Western Sydney.

 He has published over 40 referred journal articles, 11 conference proceedings and presented 32 papers in several prestigious conferences including American Economic Association conference. His papers has been publishes in Economic Modelling. Regional studies, Journal of International Business Studies, Physica A, Empirical Economics and others. 7 students has received Ph.D. under his supervision.

 His Research interest includes:

i)                    Importance of Mathematics in Tertiary Education.

ii)                  Inflation uncertainty and Growth.

iii)                Stock Market volatility and Growth.

 

This information has been contributed by Doctor Mallik.

Qualifications

  • PhD Bidhan Chandra Viswawdyalaya, India
  • BSc University of Calcutta (India)
  • MSc University of Kalyni, India

Professional Memberships

  • American Economic Association (2009)

Interests

  • Cooking
  • Playing Indian Classical Music

Organisational Unit (School / Division)

  • Economics, Finance and Property (SoBus)

Contact

Email: G.Mallik@westernsydney.edu.au
Phone: (02) 9685 9664
Mobile:
Location: 1.10
Website:

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Teaching

Previous Teaching Areas

  • 200052 Introduction to Economic Methods, 2013

Publications

Chapters in Books

  • Mallik, G. and Chowdhury, M. (2017), 'Does institutional quality affect foreign direct investment? : a panel data analysis', Inequality, Poverty and Development in India: Focus on the North Eastern Region, Springer 9789811062735.
  • Mallik, G. (2012), 'The impact of inflation uncertainty on real stock returns in India', International Finance for Infrastructure Development, Bloomsbury 9788192430232.

Journal Articles

  • Adnan, Z., Chowdhury, M. and Mallik, G. (2019), 'Foreign direct investment and total factor productivity in South Asia', Theoretical and Applied Economics, vol 26, no 2 , pp 105 - 120.
  • Tavakoli Baghdadabad, M. and Mallik, G. (2018), 'Global idiosyncratic risk moments', Empirical Economics, vol 55, no 2 , pp 731 - 764.
  • Pradhan, R., Mallik, G. and Bagchi, T. (2018), 'Information communication technology (ICT) infrastructure and economic growth : a causality evinced by cross-country panel data', IIMB Management Review, vol 30, no 1 , pp 91 - 103.
  • Tavakoli Baghdadabad, M. and Mallik, G. (2018), 'Global risk co-moments and carry trade strategy', The Journal of Fixed Income, vol 27, no 4 , pp 73 - 99.
  • Datt, R. and Mallik, G. (2018), 'Importance of mathematics and English from prior education in a first year accounting subject', Open Journal of Economics and Commerce, vol 1, no 2 , pp 20 - 26.
  • Pradhan, R., Mallik, G., Bagchi, T. and Sharma, M. (2018), 'Information communications technology penetration and stock markets - growth nexus: from cross country panel evidence', International Journal of Services Technology and Management, vol 24, no 4 , pp 307 - 337.
  • Datt, R., Luo, L., Tang, Q. and Mallik, G. (2018), 'An international study of determinants of voluntary carbon assurance', Journal of International Accounting Research, vol 17, no 3 , pp 1 - 20.
  • Soboleva, A., Burton, S., Mallik, G. and Khan, A. (2017), ''Retweet for a Chance to...' : an analysis of what triggers consumers to engage in seeded eWOM on Twitter', Journal of Marketing Management, vol 33, no 13 , pp 1120 - 1148.
  • Saha, S., Mallik, G. and Vortelinos, D. (2017), 'Does corruption facilitate growth? : a cross-national study in a non-linear framework', South Asian Journal of Macroeconomics and Public Finance, vol 6, no 2 , pp 178 - 193.
  • De, U. and Mallik, G. (2017), 'An application of vector error correction model to analyze the impact of climate change on agricultural productivity in India's north-eastern region', Keio Economic Studies, vol 53 , pp 39 - 51.
  • Mallik, G. and Shankar, S. (2016), 'Does prior knowledge of economics and higher level mathematics improve student learning in principles of economics?', Economic Analysis and Policy, vol 49 , pp 66 - 73.
  • Mallik, S., Mallik, G., Macabulos, S. and Dorigo, A. (2016), 'Malignancy associated hypercalcaemia-responsiveness to IV bisphosphonates and prognosis in a palliative population', Supportive Care in Cancer, vol 24, no 4 , pp 1771 - 1777.
  • Mallik, G. and Saha, S. (2016), 'Corruption and growth : a complex relationship', International Journal of Development Issues, vol 15, no 2 , pp 113 - 129.
  • Lee, C. and Mallik, G. (2015), 'The impact of student characteristics on academic achievement : findings from an online undergraduate property program', Pacific Rim Property Research Journal, vol 21, no 1 , pp 3 - 14.
  • M. Fargani, M. and Mallik, G. (2014), 'Output-inflation, output-unemployment and unemployment-inflation trade-offs', Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, vol 8, no 5 , pp 91 - 98.
  • Mallik, G., Basu, P., Hicks, J. and Sappey, R. (2014), 'Do the determinants of employability and earnings returns produce similar outcomes in metropolitan and regional labour markets? : the case of New South Wales, Australia', Regional Studies, vol 48, no 10 , pp 1706 - 1718.
  • Bhar, R. and Mallik, G. (2013), 'Inflation uncertainty, growth uncertainty, oil prices, and output growth in the UK', Empirical Economics, vol 45 , pp 1333 - 1350.
  • Bhar, R. and Mallik, G. (2012), 'Components of inflation uncertainty and interest rates : evidence from Australia and New Zealand', Economic Analysis and Policy, vol 42, no 1 , pp 39 - 49.
  • Chowdhury, M. and Mallik, G. (2012), 'How important are introductory subjects in advanced economics studies?', Economic Papers, vol 31, no 2 , pp 255 - 264.
  • Kathavate, J. and Mallik, G. (2012), 'The impact of the interaction between institutional quality and aid volatility on growth : theory and evidence', Economic Modelling, vol 29, no 3 , pp 716 - 724.
  • Bhar, R. and Mallik, G. (2012), 'Inflation, inflation uncertainty and macroeconomic performance in Australia', Economic Analysis and Policy, vol 42, no 3 , pp 305 - 318.
  • Chowdhury, K. and Mallik, G. (2011), 'Pairwise Output Convergence in Selected Countries of East Asia and the Pacific: An Application of Stochastic Unit Root Test', ASEAN Economic Bulletin, vol 28, no 1 , pp 1 - 15.
  • Newell, G. and Mallik, G. (2011), 'The importance of mathematics background and student performance in a property degree', Pacific Rim Property Research Journal, vol 17, no 2 , pp 313 - 328.
  • Mallik, G. and Chowdhury, A. (2011), 'Effect of inflation uncertainty, output uncertainty and oil price on inflation and growth in Australia', Journal of Economic Studies, vol 38, no 4 , pp 414 - 429.
  • Mallik, G. and Bhar, R. (2011), 'Has the link between inflation uncertainty and interest rates changed after inflation targeting?', Journal of Economic Studies, vol 38, no 6 , pp 620 - 636.
  • Mallik, G. and Lodewijks, J. (2010), 'Student performance in a large first year economics subject : which variables are significant?', Economic Papers, vol 29, no 1 , pp 80 - 86.
  • Mallik, G. (2010), 'Inflation, inflation uncertainty and oil price in Australia', The Empirical Economics Letters, vol 9, no 2 , pp 175 - 181.
  • Haldar, S. and Mallik, G. (2010), 'Does human capital cause economic growth? : a case study of India', International Journal of Economic Sciences and Applied Research, vol 3, no 1 , pp 7 - 25.
  • Bhar, R. and Mallik, G. (2010), 'Inflation, inflation uncertainty and output growth in the USA', Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, vol 389, no 23 , pp 5503 - 5510.
  • Mallik, G. (2010), 'The importance of mathematics in university education', Journal of International Education and Business, vol 1, no 2 , pp 37 - 45.
  • Mallik, G. and Chowdhury, A. (2010), 'Stock Price, Openness and Economic Growth - A Cointegration Approach', Wesleyan Journal of Research, vol 3, no 1 , pp 73 - 80.
  • Mallik, G. and Lodewijks, J. (2010), 'Prior-learning, assessment structures and gender and ethnic concerns in introductory economics', International Journal of Applied Economics and Econometrics, vol 18, no 4 , pp 69 - 86.
  • Rahman, S., Junankar, P. and Mallik, G. (2009), 'Factors influencing women's empowerment on microcredit borrowers : a case study in Bangladesh', Journal of Asia Pacific Economy, vol 14, no 3 , pp 287 - 303.
  • Rahman, S., Mallik, G. and Junankar, P. (2009), 'Do poor people benefit from microcredit program? : evidence from Bangladesh', International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research, vol 7, no 1 , pp 1 - 17.
  • Mallik, G. and Basu, P. (2009), 'Does High School Mathematics Improve Student Learning in Economics in the University', The International Journal of Learning, vol 16, no 4 , pp 515 - 520.
  • Mallik, G. (2008), 'Foreign aid and economic growth : a cointegration analysis of the six poorest African countries', Economic Analysis and Policy, vol 38, no 2 , pp 251 - 260.
  • Mallik, G. and Varua, M. (2008), 'HSC Mathematics Results and Tertiary Success in Quantitative Units: An Australian Experience', Australasian Journal of Economics Education, vol 5, no 1 & 2 , pp 1 - 9.
  • Huynh, W., Mallik, G. and Hettihewa, S. (2006), 'The impact of macroeconomic variables, demographic structure and compulsory superannuation on share prices: the case of Australia', Journal of International Business studies, vol 37 , pp 687 - 698.
  • Mallik, G. (2006), 'Has the Stock Market Integration between the Asian and OECD Countries Improved after the Asian Crisis', Frontiers in Finance and Economics, vol 3, no 2 , pp 55 - 69.
  • Hettihewa, S. and Mallik, G. (2005), 'Policy Implications of Recent Findings on Stock Market Integration in Asia-Pacific', Journal of Applied Business and Economics, vol 5, no 2 , pp 36 - 52.
  • Chowdhury, M. and Mallik, G. (2004), 'Effects of Housing Allowances on Housing Prices in Australia: A Cointegration Analysis', Economic Analysis and Policy, vol 34, no 1 , pp 37 - 51.
  • Paul, S. and Mallik, G. (2003), 'Macroeconomic Factors and Bank and Finance Stock Prices: Australian Experience', Economic Analysis and Policy, vol 33 , pp 23 - 30.
  • Mallik, G. and Chowdhury, A. (2002), 'Inflation, government expenditure and real income in the long-run.', Journal of economic studies, vol 29, no 3 , pp 240 - 250.
  • Chowdhury, M. and Mallik, G. (2002), 'How Does Housing Allowance Affect the Property Economy? Australian Experience Evidenced form Cointegration and Error Correction Model', Bulletin of Modelling and Simulation Research, vol 2, no 1 , pp 6 - 10.
  • Mallik, G. and Chowdhury, A. (2001), 'Inflation and Economic Growth: Evidence from four South Asian Countries', Asia-Pacific Development journal, vol 8, no 1 , pp 123 - 135.

Conference Papers

  • Hicks, J., Mallik, G. and Basu, P. (2018), 'Earnings outcomes in metropolitan and regional labour markets : a gender-based analysis for New South Wales and Victoria', International Academic Conference, Prague, Czech Republic.
  • Adnan, Z., Chowdhury, M. and Mallik, G. (2017), 'Foreign direct investment and its impact on total factor productivity in Pakistan', International Conference on Business Research and Ethics, Sydney, N.S.W..
  • Datt, R., Luo, L., Mallik, G. and Tang, Q. (2017), 'An international study of determinants of voluntary carbon assurance', Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association, Valencia, Spain.
  • Lee, C. and Mallik, G. (2014), 'The impact of student characteristics on academic achievement : findings from an online undergraduate property program', Pacific Rim Real Estate Society. Conference, Lincoln, N.Z..
  • Saha, S. and Mallik, G. (2012), 'Is corruption always growth-inhibitory? : a cross-national study in non-linear frame work', Australian Conference of Economists, Melbourne, Vic..
  • Chowdhury, M. and Mallik, G. (2011), 'Predicting students performance in higher level economic studies: The importance of introductory economics and quantitative units', The quantitative analysis of teaching and learning in higher education, Melbourne, Australia.
  • Mallik, G. and Lodewijks, J. (2010), 'The effect of Prior Learning and Ethnic Biases in Principles of Economics', The quantitative analysis of teaching and learning in higher education in business, economics and commerce, Melbourne, Australia.
  • Mallik, G. and Lodewijks, J. (2010), 'Prior Mathematical and Economics Knowledge and Student Outcome in Introductory Economics at University: A Quantile Regression Approach', 15th Australasian Teaching Economics Conference, Hamilton, New Zealand, Hamilton, New Zealan.
  • Mallik, G. (2010), 'The Effect of High School Mathematics on Student Performance in University: A Quantile Regression Approach', 15th Australasian Teaching Economics Conference, Hamilton, New Zealan.
  • Varua, M. and Mallik, G. (2010), 'Student Performance in Economics: Do Prerequisites Matter?', Quantitative Analysis of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education in Business, Economics and Commerce, University of Melbourne.
  • Mallik, G. and Basu, P. (2009), 'What explains student performances in Introductory Economics subjects in Australian Universities? A case study', The Quantitative Analysis of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education in Business, Economics and Commerce, The Melbourne University, Melbourne.
  • Mallik, G. and Varua, M. (2008), 'HSC mathematics results and tertiary success in quantative units : an Australian experience', The Quantitative Analysis of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education in Business, Economics and Commerce, Forum, Melbourne, Australia.
  • Zeitun, R., Daly, K. and Mallik, G. (2004), 'Default Probabilities in the Jordanian Companies: Using LPM, LOGIT and PROBIT', International Business Research Conference, Melbourne.
  • Hettihewa, S., Huynh, W. and Mallik, G. (2003), 'Australia's Equity Boom- Structural and Fundamental Causes and the Impact of Compulsory Superannuation', Emerging Financial Services in Asia-Pacific Conference, Sebel Pier One Sydney Australia.

Previous Projects

Title: Australian Petrol Prices: What goes down must come up.
Funder:
  • University of Western Sydney
Western Researchers: Girijasankar Mallik
Years: 2002-08-08 - 2003-08-31
ID: P0010168
Title: Macroeconomic Policies for Poverty Reduction
Funder:
  • University of Western Sydney
Western Researchers: Anis Chowdhury and Girijasankar Mallik
Years: 2005-02-01 - 2006-12-31
ID: P0014462

Supervision

Doctor Mallik is available to be a principal supervisor for doctoral projects

Current Supervision

Thesis Title: DEFAULT RISKS FOR BANKS IN JORDAN
Field of Research:
Thesis Title: Aid Volatility and Institutional Quality: Implications for Public Policy, Household Investment and Consumption
Field of Research:
Thesis Title: Microfinance and Cluster Model: An Integrated Approach
Field of Research:
Thesis Title: The Labour Market in Libya
Field of Research:
Thesis Title: THE IMPACT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ON ACHIEVING A COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGE ON THE BANKING SECTOR IN JORDAN
Field of Research:
Thesis Title: The Labour Market in Libya
Field of Research:

Previous Supervision

Thesis Title: Energy Price Shocks and the Stock Market
Field of Research: Business And Management
Thesis Title: Estimating the Price Elasticity of Water Demand for Sydney Residents and its Interaction with Social, Economic, Geographic and Weather Factors.
Field of Research: Systems Analysis And Design; Environmental Studies Not Elsewhere Classified; Business And Management Not Elsewhere Classified

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