Dr Shuddha Rafiq is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Economics in Deakin Business School. Shuddha's general research interests lie in the domain of applied financial & panel data econometrics and natural experiments with a focus on energy, resources, environment, commodity markets, trade, climate change and financial markets. His current works include resources curse and political myopia, projecting post-crisis asset prices, identifying the impact of emissions reduction schemes in health and company outcomes and big data analyses of energy prices. Shuddha has published articles in several top-tier journals including Energy Economics, Economics Modelling, Applied Energy, Resources Policy, Australian Journal of Agriculture and Resources Economics, and Applied Economics. He is a regular reviewer for Australian Research Council (ARC) and highly ranked economics and finance journals. Shuddha is the Deputy Director of the Centre for Energy, Environment and Natural Disasters (CEEND) at Deakin Business School.
He teaches economics for managers; applied econometrics for economics and finance; and energy, environment and development to undergraduate and postgraduate students. Shuddha is a Deakin accredited supervisor with PhD and honours level research students.
He completed his PhD in Economics and Finance from Curtin University.Read more on Shuddha's profile
- Applied Economics
- Energy and Resources Economics
- Commodity Market
- Climate Change
- Financial Markets
- Member, American Economic Association.
- Member, The Econometric Society.
- Member, International Association for Energy Economics (IAEE).
- Member, Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society.
- Member, Economic Society of Australia.
- Economics for Managers
- Energy and Envionment
- Applied Econometrics for Economics and Finance
- International Trade
- Corporate Finance
- Financial Econometrics
- MAE305 - Energy, Environment and Development
- MAE306 - Applied Econometrics for Economics and Finance
- MPE781/981 - Economics for Managers
- Annual Early Career Researcher Commendation Award in Deakin Business and Law School, 2016.
- Best Pape Award in ANZAM 2016 (Sustainability and Social Issues in Management Steam), 2016.
- Highly Commended Paper of 2011 by Emerald Publication, 2012.
- Early Career Researcher Award, University of Southern Queensland, Australia, 2010.
- Best Student Paper award in 2nd International Association for Energy Economics (IAEE) Asian Conference, Perth, Western Australia, 2008.
- Nonlinear interactions among asymmetric commodity prices
- Quatitative easing and commodity prices
- Oil price asymmetry and trade
- Climate change and trade
- Political economy of energy markets
R McColl, R Macgilchrist, S Rafiq
(2020), Vol. 53, Journal of retailing and consumer services, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1
R Salim, S Rafiq, S Shafiei, Y Yao
(2019), Vol. 51, pp. 4008-4024, Applied economics, Abingdon, Eng., C1
M Ali, K Alam, B Taylor, S Rafiq
(2019), Vol. 64, pp. 317-328, Economic analysis and policy, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1
S Rafiq, R Salim, P Sgro
(2018), Vol. 50, pp. 5122-5134, Applied economics, Abingdon, Eng., C1
S Rafiq, I Nielsen, R Smyth
(2017), Vol. 64, pp. 31-44, Energy economics, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1
M Bhattacharya, S Rafiq, H Lean, S Bhattacharya
(2017), Vol. 204, pp. 667-678, Applied energy, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1
M Cohen, S Bhattacharya, M Nabin, S Rafiq
(2017), Vol. 2, pp. 1-15, Postgraduate education in higher education, Singapore, B1
S Rafiq, P Sgro, N Apergis
(2016), Vol. 56, pp. 42-50, Energy economics, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1
S Rafiq, R Salim, I Nielsen
(2016), Vol. 56, pp. 20-28, Energy economics, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1
S Rafiq, Salim, R, Smyth, R
(2016), Vol. 56, pp. 122-132, Economic modelling, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1
S Rafiq, H Bloch
(2016), Vol. 50, pp. 34-48, Resources policy, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1
H Bloch, S Rafiq, R Salim
(2015), Vol. 44, pp. 104-115, Economic Modelling, C1
M Bhattacharya, S Rafiq, S Bhattacharya
(2015), Vol. 154, pp. 686-695, Applied Energy, C1
M Nabin, S Bhattacharya, S Rafiq
(2015), Vol. 54, pp. 104-120, Australian Economic Papers, C1
S Rafiq, R Salim, N Apergis
(2015), Vol. 59, pp. 1-18, Australian journal of agricultural and resource economics, London, Eng., C1
S Rafiq, H Bloch, R Salim
(2014), Vol. 46, pp. 2700-2710, Applied economics, Abingdon, Eng., C1
S Rafiq, R Salim
(2014), Vol. 44, pp. 417-441, Economic analysis and policy, Chatswood, NSW, C1
(2012), pp. 365-391, Bangladesh at 40 changes and challenges, Dhaka, Bangladesh, B1-1
R Salim, S Rafiq
(2012), Vol. 34, pp. 1051-1057, Energy Economics, C1-1
H Bloch, S Rafiq, R Salim
(2012), Vol. 34, pp. 518-528, Energy Economics, C1-1
S Rafiq, R Salim
(2011), Vol. 6, pp. 50-73, International Journal of Emerging Markets, C1-1
S Rafiq, D Alam, Khorshed
(2010), pp. 1-14, ACE 2010 : Proceedings of the 39th Australian Conference of Economists, Sydney, N.S.W., E1-1
Shuddhasattwa Rafiq, Ruhul Salim
(2009), Vol. 55, pp. 335-350, Applied Economics Quarterly, C1-1
S Rafiq, R Salim, H Bloch
(2009), Vol. 34, pp. 121-132, Resources Policy, C1-1
S Rafiq, R Salim, A Hassan
(2008), Vol. 33, pp. 1-26, Journal of economic development, Seoul, Korea, C1-1
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