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Researcher output profile for Dr Sasi Iamsiraroj
Dr Sasi Iamsiraroj is an economist with research focuses on international development, international trade, foreign direct investment, economic growth, and meta-analysis. She has been with Deakin University since 2005. She has undertaken teaching and research roles in School of Accounting Economics and Finance. She has previously taught in a wide range of economics units, such as macroeconomics, microeconomics, international trade, and econometrics. After obtaining her PhD in economics from Deakin University in 2009, she continued her role as a research assistant participating in several research projects across areas in the school, such as the effects of human capital on growth, the effects of inequality on growth, experimenting with affirmative action, CEO pay performance analysis, and welfare state in Western Europe.
Recently, her recent paper on FDI-economic growth relationship has been published as a school working paper. She is also working on: a Meta-analysis project on the effects of human capital on economic growth, foreign aid and economic growth in the Pacific, and voluntary disclosures by national greenhouse energy
Dr Iamsiraroj joined the Alfred Deakin Research Institute in April 2011 and is currently working on the Australian Research Council funded research project entitled 'Supporting Pacific Development'. The research looks at the extent to which 22 of the world's richest countries support development in the Pacific Islands region through their efforts with respect to aid, trade, migration, private investment, security, technology, and environmental sustainability. It will develop an index that will rank these countries on the basis of these efforts. Dr Iamsiraroj works on this project with ADRI Professor Mark McGillivray and Associate Professor Simon Feeny and Dr David Carpenter from Sustineo Pty Ltd.
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