Kim, B.J.C., and Ghazali, N.A. (1999). Has the effect of money shocks on interest rates really vanished? Further evidence of the liquidity effect. Applied Economics, 31 (6), pp. 743-754.
Ghazali, N.A., and Low, S.-W. (2002). The expectation hypothesis in emerging financial markets: The case of Malaysia. Applied Economics, 34 (9), pp. 1147-1156.
Ghazali, Noor A., Said, R. M., and Low, S.-W.(2007). Stock market development, growth, and financial openness: the experience of selected East Asian nations. Asian Academy of Management Journal of Finance and Accounting, Vol. 3, pp. 1-19.
Ghazali, N.A., and S.W. Low., and Ibrahim, I. (2011). Domestic and foreign influence on banks’ lending activities: An analysis of the bank-centric views in Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand, Singapore Management Review, Vol. 33, No.1, pp.37-53.
Tee, L.-T., Low, S.-W., Kew, S.R. Ghazali, N.A. (2014). Financial development and innovation activity: Evidence from selected East Asian countries. Prague Economic Papers, (2), pp. 162-180.
Monetary Economics & Policy; Banking; International Finance
Monetary Economics; Financial Development
Courses Taught at Master Level
Macroeconomics; Financial Economics; Advanced Money and Capital Market; Finance Seminar; Financial Management.