Courses:

Undergraduate (School of Economics): 1). Macroeconomics I and II; 2). International Finance III;
3). Money and Banking;

Honours (School of Economics): 1). International Finance; 2). International Trade; and 3). Topics in Time-Series Econometrics.

Graduate (School of Economics and Graduate Business School): 1). Money and Banking; 2). Managerial Economics for MBA program; 3). East Asian Economies; and 4). Challenges Facing Economic Policy Makers.


Teaching Award

Nominated by the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences of the National University of Singapore for the Outstanding Educator’s Award of 2000-2001.


Ph.D Supervision

1). Si Wei Goo: “Issues on the Monetary Policy and the Exchange Rate Policy of East Asian Countries during the post-1997 financial and currency crisis”, awarded in August 2008. Present position: Economist at the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Canberra, Australia.

2). Victor C. Pontines, “Currency Crises, Exchange Rate Regimes and Contagion”, awarded in February 2006. Present position: Lecturer, Carnegie Mellon University, H. John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Economic, Adelaide, Australia