Dr Kamrul Hassan

Lecturer in Finance

Teaching area

MBS699 Global Financial Management

BUS311 Investment Analysis

BUS244 Treasury mangement

BUS224 Corporate Finance

Publications

Journals

  • Hassan, K., Hoque, A., (2013), Temporal causality in purchasing power parity relationship: Evidence from Australia, AT Business Management Review, 9, 2, pages 138 - 146.
  • Hassan, K., (2013), Is Malaysias Current Account Balance Sustainable? Evidence from Inter-temporal Solvency Model., International Journal of Business and Society, 14, 2, pages 207 - 220.
  • Hassan, K., Salim, R., (2013), Does the Balassa-Samuelson theory explain the link between relative population growth and purchasing power parity?, Singapore Economic Review, 58, 1, pages 1 - 19.

Book

Hassan, AFM Kamrul 2011. Financial Sector Reform and Financial Intermediation in Bangladesh. An Empirical Assessment. (ISBN: 978-3-8433-2105-1). LAMBERT Academic Publishing GmbH & Co. KG.

Book chapters

Hassan, AFM Kamrul 2008. Financial development, trade openness and economic growth in India: A causality analysis. In R.K. Uppal (ed.) Paradigm Shift in Indian Banking (ISBN: 978-81-8325-049-8), Mahamaya Publishing House: New Delhi, pp.10-41.

Hassan, AFM Kamrul 2005. Finance-Growth Nexus and Banking Sector in Bangladesh-Some Observations. In Dr. Nalini Prava Tripathy (ed.), Emerging Scenario of Indian Banking Industry (ISBN: 81-8325-008-4). New Delhi, India: Mahamaya Publishing House: 224-241.

Refereed Journal Articles

Forthcoming

Hassan, Kamrul, Ruhul Salim. Population ageing, income growth and CO2 emission: Empirical evidence from high income OECD countries. Journal of Economic Studies (forthcoming)

Hassan, Kamrul, Ruhul Salim and Harry Bloch. Demographic transition and the real exchange rate in Australia: An empirical investigation. New Zealand Economic Papers (forthcoming) [ABDC (2013) rank: B]

2013

Hassan, Kamrul and Ariful Hoque 2013. Temporal causality in purchasing power parity relationship: Evidence from Australia. Academy of Taiwan Business Management Review, 9(3): 138 – 146 [ABDC (2013) rank: B]

Hassan, Kamrul 2013. Is Malaysia’s Current Account Balance Sustainable? Evidence from Inter-temporal Solvency Model. International Journal of Business and Society, 14(2): 207 – 220 (SCOPUS indexed journal).

Hassan, Kamrul and Ruhul Salim 2013.Does the Balassa-Samuelson theory explain the link between relative population growth and purchasing power parity? Singapore Economic Review, 58(1): 1 – 19 [ABDC(2013) rank B].

2012

Hassan, Kamrul, Kayes Bin Rahman and Ibrahim Molla 2012. Population growth and demand for money: Temporal dynamics in panel data. Bank Parikrama, 37(1&2): 16 – 31.

2011

Hassan, Kamrul and Ruhul Salim 2011. Is there any link between commodity price andmonetary policy? Evidence from Australia. Economic Analysis and Policy, 41(3): 1 – 11 [ABDC(2013) rank B]

Hassan, Kamrul and Ruhul Salim 2011. The linkage between relative population growth and purchasing power parity: Cross country evidence. International Journal of Development Issues 10(2): 154 – 169.[ABDC(2013) rank C]

Hassan, AFM Kamrul and Ruhul Salim 2011. Determinants of private investment: time series evidence from Bangladesh. Journal of Developing Areas 45(1): 229 – 249.[ABDC(2013) rank B]

Hassan, AFM Kamrul, Ruhul Salim and Harry Bloch 2011. Population age structure, saving, capital flows and the real exchange rate: A survey of literature. Journal of Economic Surveys, 25(4):708 – 736.[ABDC(2010) rank A]

Hassan, AFM Kamrul and Ruhul Salim 2011. Purchasing power parity (PPP) of Australian dollar: Do test procedures matter? Economic Analysis and Policy 41(1): 71 – 81. [ABDC(2013) rank B]

2009

Salim, Ruhul and AFM Kamrul Hassan 2009. Does the relative population growth affect purchasing power parity? Applied Economics Letters 16(1):103 — 107 [ABDC(2013) rank B]

2008

Salim, Ruhul, Shuddhasattwa Rafiq and AFM Kamrul Hassan 2008. Causality and Dynamics of Energy Consumption and Output: Evidence from Non-OECD Asian countries. Journal of Economic Development 33(2):1-26. [ABDC(2013) rank B]

Ali, M. Mohsin and AFM Kamrul Hassan 2008. Dynamics of Financial Development in Co-Integrated Error Correction Mechanism (ECM): Evidence from Bangladesh. Studies in Business and Economics 14(2):5-23. [ABDC(2013) rank C]

2006

Hassan, A.F.M. Kamrul 2006. Determinants of Current Account Deficit in Developing Countries: The Case of Bangladesh. Studies in Business and Economics, 12(1):5-24. [ABDC(2013) rank C]

Hassan, AFM Kamrul and M. Rafiqul Islam 2006. Financial Sector Reform and Competition in Banking Sector in Bangladesh- A Preliminary Assessment. The Journal of Business Administration 32(3&4):79-104.

2005

Hassan, AFM Kamrul 2005. Trade Openness and Economic Growth: Search for a Causal Relationship. Does Openness Reduce Poverty? South Asian Journal of Management 12(4):38-51. (ABDC rank C)

Hassan, AFM Kamrul 2005. Forecasting Money Multiplier in Bangladesh: An Application of Box-Jenkins (BJ) Methodology. The Journal of the Institute of Bangladesh Studies 28: 7-18.

Non-refereed journal articles

2005

  • Hassan, AFM Kamrul 2005. An Examination of Development Approach to Trade-Poverty Relationship in the context of Bangladesh. Development Review 17:93-106.

Hassan, AFM Kamrul and M. Rafiqul Islam 2005. Temporal Causality and Dynamics of Financial Development, Trade Openness and Economic Growth in Vector Auto Regression (VAR): Evidence from Bangladesh, 1974-2003. The Journal of Nepalese Business Studies, 2(1):1-12.

Hassan, AFM Kamrul 2005. The Behavior of Velocity of Money in Bangladesh: 1974/75-2001/02. Management & Accounting Research, 7(3-4):43-59.

M. Rafiqul Islam and AFM Kamrul Hassan 2005. Does government expenditure reduce GDP gap? Evidence from Bangladesh. The Journal of Nepalese Business Studies, 3(1):1-8.

2004

Hassan, AFM Kamrul 2004. An Examination of the Relative Impact of Fiscal and Monetary Policies on Nominal Income in Bangladesh. The Philippine Review of Economics, XLI(1):79-90.

2003

Hassan, AFM Kamrul and M. Rafiqul Islam 2003. Choice of Exchange Rate Regime- Should Bangladesh Float? Management & Accounting Research 6(3&4): 93-106.

Hassan, AFM Kamrul, Md. Afsar Ali and M. Rafiqul Islam 2003. Trade Liberalization in Bangladesh-A Critical Evaluation. The Cost & Management, 31(3):25-29.

Conference presentations/papers

1. Hassan, Kamrul 2013. Purchasing power parity (PPP) relationship in Australia: Evidence from cointegration and causality tests. Presented in 42nd Australian Conference of Economists, held at Murdoch University, Perth, WA, 8 – 10 July, 2013.

2. Hassan, Kamrul, and Ruhul Salim. Exploring the Relationship between Population Age Structure and Real Exchange Rate in OECD Countries. In Proceedings of 5th Global Business and Social Science Research Conference held in Beijing, China, 25 – 26 June, 2012.

3. Salim, Ruhul and Kamrul Hassan 2011. Do population transition influence real exchange rate? Evidence from Australia. In Proceedings of the 15th International Business Research Conference, edited by Mohammed Ziaul Hoque, Australia: World Business Institute, 2011.

4. Salim, Ruhul and Kamrul Hassan 2011. Population ageing and CO2 emission: Empirical evidence from high income OECD countries. In Proceedings of the World Business and Economics Research Conference, edited by Mohammed ZiaulHoque, Australia: World Business Institute, 2011.

5. Hassan, AFM Kamrul 2009. Population Structure and Real Exchange Rate: Evidence from OECD Countries. Paper presented at the PhD Conference in Economics and Business, Perth, 4-6 November 2009, The University of Western Australia.

6. Salim, Ruhul, and Kamrul Hassan 2009. “The linkage between relative population growth and purchasing power parity: empirical evidence from selected countries.” In Proceedings of annual London conference on “money, economy and management”, edited by Dr, Zia Haqq, 1-14, Melbourne, Australia: World Business Institute, 2009.

7. Salim, Ruhul, and Kamrul Hassan 2008. “Does commodity price impact monetary policy? evidence from Australia.” In Annual London conference on money, economy and management,edited by Prof. Zia Haqq, 1-17, Melbourne, Australia: World Business Institute, 2008.

8. Hassan, AFM Kamrul 2008. Can Relative Population Growth Explain Movements in Purchasing Power Parity Exchange Rate? Evidence from Panel Data. Paper presented at the CBS Doctoral Colloquium, Curtin University 2-3 October, 2008.

9. Hassan, Kamrul, and Ruhul Salim 2007. “Short-run and long-run determinants of provate investment in Bangladesh: an empirical analysis.” In Proceedings of the seventh international business research conference, edited by Mohammed Ziaul Hoque, Australia: World Business Institute, 2007.

Working paper

1. Cabalu, Helen, AFM Kamrul Hassan and Chassty Manuhutu 2008. Innovation policy in resource – rich economies. Working paper no. 07, School of Economic & Finance, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, WA.