AsPr Debdulal Mallick

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Associate Professor

Faculty

Faculty of Business and Law

Department

BL Deakin Business School

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Biography

Debdulal Mallick is an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics. He received B.S.S. in economics from University of Dhaka, M.A. in economics from Delhi School of Economics and Ph.D. from Emory University. His main areas of research are macroeconomics and development economics. He has published in journals such as American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics, European Economic Review, Macroeconomic Dynamics, The B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics, Journal of Macroeconomics, Labour Economics and World Development.

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Research interests

Macroeconomics

Growth & Development

Micro-Credit

Panel Data

Spectral Analysis
 

Affiliations

American Economic Association

Econometric Society
 

Teaching interests

National Economic Policy

Macroeconomics of Open Economies

Macroeconomic Theory and Policy

Units taught

MAE312 National Economic Policy

MAE413 Macroeconomic Theory and Policy

MAE905 Macroeconomic Theory and Policy

Publications

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2016

Food demand elasticities for Australia

Prof Mehmet Ulubasoglu, A/Prof Debdulal Mallick, Dr Mokhtarul Wadud, Dr Phillip Hone, Dr Henry Haszler

(2016), Vol. 60, pp. 177-195, Australian journal of agricultural and resource economics, London, Eng., C1

journal

Exchange rate regimes and fiscal discipline: the role of trade openness

Dr Mohammad Chowdhury, Dr Prasad Bhattacharya, A/Prof Debdulal Mallick, Prof Mehmet Ulubasoglu

(2016), Vol. 45, pp. 106-128, International review of economics and finance, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal

The new Keynesian Phillips curve in a small open economy: empirical evidence from Australia

Dr Syed Abbas, Dr Prasad Bhattacharya, A/Prof Debdulal Mallick, Prof Pasquale Sgro

(2016), Vol. 92, pp. 409-434, Economic record, London, Eng., C1

journal

Terms of trade shocks and monetary policy in India

Chetan Ghate, Sargam Gupta, A/Prof Debdulal Mallick

(2016), pp. 1-47, Computational economics, Berlin, Germany, C1

journal
2015

Persistence, capital account openness, and financial sector health in exchange rate regime choice

Dr Mohammad Chowdhury, Dr Prasad Bhattacharya, A/Prof Debdulal Mallick, Prof Mehmet Ulubasoglu

(2015), Vol. 91, pp. 279-299, Economic record, Chichester, Eng., C1

journal

Social capital and hygiene practices among the extreme poor in rural Bangladesh

Mr Rejaul Bakshi, A/Prof Debdulal Mallick, Prof Mehmet Ulubasoglu

(2015), Vol. 51, pp. 1603-1618, Journal of development studies, Oxford, Eng., C1

journal
2014

An empirical inquiry into the role of sectoral diversification in exchange rate regime choice

Dr Mohammad Chowdhury, Dr Prasad Bhattacharya, A/Prof Debdulal Mallick, Prof Mehmet Ulubasoglu

(2014), Vol. 67, pp. 210-227, European Economic Review, Amsterdam, Netherlands, C1

journal

Financial development, shocks, and growth volatility

A/Prof Debdulal Mallick

(2014), Vol. 18, pp. 651-688, Macroeconomic dynamics, Cambridge, England, C1

journal
2013

How effective is a big push to the small? Evidence from a quasi-experiment

A/Prof Debdulal Mallick

(2013), Vol. 41, pp. 168-182, World development, Oxford, England, C1

journal

International business cycles and remittance flows

Arusha Cooray, A/Prof Debdulal Mallick

(2013), Vol. 13, pp. 1-33, B.E. journal of macroeconomics, Berlin, Germany, C1

journal
2012

The role of capital-labour substitution in economic growth

A/Prof Debdulal Mallick

(2012), Vol. 5, pp. 89-101, Indian growth and development review, Bingley, England, C1

journal

Microfinance and moneylender interest rate : evidence from Bangladesh

A/Prof Debdulal Mallick

(2012), Vol. 40, pp. 1181-1189, World development, Kidlington, England, C1

journal

The role of the elasticity of substitution in economic growth : a cross-country investigation

A/Prof Debdulal Mallick

(2012), Vol. 19, pp. 682-694, Labour economics, Amsterdam, Netherlands, C1

journal
2011

The elasticity of derived demand, factor substitution, and product demand : corrections to Hicks' formula and Marshall's four rules

Robert S. Chirinko, A/Prof Debdulal Mallick

(2011), Vol. 18, pp. 708-711, Labour economics, Amsterdam, Netherlands, C1

journal
2010

Capital-labor substitution and balanced growth

A/Prof Debdulal Mallick

(2010), Vol. 32, pp. 1131-1142, Journal of macroeconomics, Amsterdam, Netherlands, C1

journal

Are female-headed households more food insecure? Evidence from Bangladesh

A/Prof Debdulal Mallick, Mohammad Rafi

(2010), Vol. 38, pp. 593-605, World development, Oxford, England, C1

journal
2009

BRAC's contribution to the gross domestic product of Bangladesh

A/Prof Debdulal Mallick

(2009), pp. 319-333, Recreating the commons? : NGOs in Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh, B1

chapter

Grants

Australian Competitive Grants

Australian Domestic Demand Elasticities for Rural Marketing and Policy Analysis

Prof Mehmet Ulubasoglu, A/Prof Debdulal Mallick, Dr Mokhtarul Wadud, Dr Henry Haszler, Dr Phillip Hone, Prof Chris Doucouliagos

RIRDC Grant - Research - Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation

  • 2011: $5,000
  • 2009: $22,478
  • 2008: $20,000
  • 2007: $23,312

Other Public Sector Funding

Analysis of Australian Cotton Demand Elasticity

A/Prof Debdulal Mallick

  • 2015: $10,000

Supervisions

Associate Supervisor
2016

Samuel Admassu

Thesis entitled: Empirical Essays on International Trade

Doctor of Philosophy, Department of Economics

Rashad Hasanov

Thesis entitled: Essays on Financial crises

Doctor of Philosophy, Department of Economics

2014

Aimatul Yumna

Thesis entitled: Understanding Sustainability and Outreach of Islamic Charity Based Microfinance: Cases Study in Indonesia

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Humanities and Social Sciences

2013

Rejaul Bakshi

Thesis entitled: Essays on Social Capital and Poverty in Bangladesh

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Accounting, Economics & Finance

2012

Mohammad Chowdhury

Thesis entitled: Exchange Rate Regime Choice: Some Determinants and Consequences

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Accounting, Economics & Finance

Syed Abbas

Thesis entitled: Inflation dynamics and new Keynesian Phillips curve in Australia

Doctor of Philosophy, Deakin Graduate School of Business