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    PROSPECTUS BACHELOR OF ECONOMICSAcademic Session2011/2012

    Faculty ofEconomics & AdministrationUniversity of Malaya

    Faculty ofEconomics & AdministrationUniversity of Malaya

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    HISTORYOFTHEFACULTY

    Firstestablishedin1959astheDepartmentofEconomicswithintheFacultyofArts,Universityof

    Malayain1959.TheFacultyofEconomicsandAdministration(FEA)wasfoundedinMay1966to

    meetthenation'sgrowingdemandforaprofessionalworkforce.Beginningwithjust14students

    and threeacademicpersonnel,headedby RoyalProfessor UngkuAziz, FEA has evolved intoa

    flourishing academic community of 1076 students, and 58 academic staff, among them

    professorsandlecturerswithinternationalreputationintheirrespectivefields.

    Drawing the strength of four departments; Economics, Administrative Studies and Politics,

    Development Studies and Applied Statistics, FEA currently offers the Bachelor of Economics

    degree,andfourprogrammesatthepostgraduatelevel,Masterof Economics,MasterofPublic

    Administration,MasterofAppliedStatisticsandDoctorofPhilosophy.Ofthe1,076students,633

    are enrolled in the undergraduate programme while the rest are postgraduate students,

    including 99 international students from various countries such as South Korea, Gambia,

    Indonesia,Iran,China,Nigeria,Vietnam,Pakistan,Myanmar,Tanzania,Palestin,Ethiopia,Syria,

    Thailand, Uzbekistan, Bangladesh, Philippines, Sudan, Yemen, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bosnia and

    Herzegovina.

    TheFEAalsoadministersthePopulationStudiesUnit(PSU)thatwassetupin1979aspartofthe

    PopulationandFamilyHealthProjectfundedbytheWorldBankandtheUnitedNationsFundfor

    Population Activities. Researchandtrainingon populationrelated issues areconducted under

    theauspicesofthePSU.

    TheFEA is intensivelyengaged inenhancingacademicexcellence in thefield ofmonetaryand

    financialeconomicsthroughtheTunIsmailChair,establishedinAugust2000.Asof31stAugust

    2008, there have been four distinguished holders of the Chair, Professor Dr. Yilmaz Akyuz,

    ProfessorRonaldMcKinnon,Dato'SeriPanglimaAndrewL.T.ShengandProfessorDr.Takatoshi

    Ito.

    In November 2006, the Royal Professor Ungku Aziz Chair was established to honour the

    contributionofRoyalProfessorUngkuAzizinthefieldsofeducationandeconomicdevelopment.

    Professor Jeffrey D. Sachs is the first holder of the Royal Professor Ungku Aziz Chair. In

    conjunctionwiththeestablishmentoftheChair,theCentreforPovertyandDevelopmentStudies

    wassetupattheFacultytoserveasa focalpointforacademicwork,research,consultancyand

    technicalassistanceinareasrelatedtopovertyanddevelopment.

    Inupholdingitsresearchstance,theFEAcollaborateswththeMalaysianEconomicAssociationin

    thepublicationofan internationaljournal,theMalaysianJournalofEconomicStudies.FEAalso

    hasproducedtheInternationalJournalofInstitutionsandEconomies(IJIE).

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    UNIVERSITYOFMALAYA

    VISION

    Tobeaninternationallyrenownedinstitutionofhigherlearninginresearch,innovation,

    publicationandteaching.

    MISION

    To advance knowledge and learning through quality research and education for the

    nationandhumanity.

    QUALITYPOLICY

    The University of Malaya intends to undertake teaching and learning, conduct research and

    servicesofquality, generateandadvanceknowledgethroughcontinuous improvementefforts

    forthebenefitofallcustomers,inparticularthestudentsoftheUniversityofMalaya.

    COREVALUES

    Integrity Respect AcademicFreedom OpenMindedness Accountability Professionalism Creativity Meritocracy Teamwork SocialResponsibility

    QUALITYOBJECTIVE

    To ensure that 35% of the undergraduates obtain aminimum CGPA of 3.0 upongraduation except for students of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery

    (MBBS),FacultyofMedicineandstudentsofFacultyofDentistrywhomdonotfall

    underthesemestersystem.

    To ensure that 7% of the undergraduates obtain a minimum CGPA of 3.7 upongraduation except for students of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery

    (MBBS),FacultyofMedicineandstudentsofFacultyofDentistrywhomdonotfall

    underthesemestersystem.

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    FACULTYOFECONOMICSANDADMINISTRATION

    VISION

    To realise the Vision of the University tobeaneducation and research centre of

    excellenceforknowledgecreationanddisseminationthroughteaching,learningandresearchinthefieldsofeconomicsandadministration.

    MISION

    Toadvanceacademicexcellenceinthefieldsofeconomicsandadministration.

    QUALITYOBJECTIVES

    To target for90% of the undergraduates of each academicsession to acquiretheirdegreeswithinthespecifiedmaximumperiodofstudy.

    Totargetforlessthan10%oftheundergraduatesbeingplacedunderacademicobservationbasedontheirfinalexaminationresultsforeachsemesterofstudy.

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    FACULTYANDDEPARTMENTALOBJECTIVES

    FACULTY

    To inculcate good citizenship, social responsibility, professionalism and academicintegrity;

    To provide a strong foundation in the theory and practice of economics andadministration;

    To provide an enabling environment for research excellence in economics andadministration;and

    To develop critical andanalytical skills withthe ability to translate knowledge intopractice.

    DEPARTMENTOFECONOMICS

    Toprovidecomprehensiveeducationineconomicsandenhanceresearchinthefield

    basedontheoryandapplication.

    DEPARTMENTOFDEVELOPMENTSTUDIES

    Toprovide trainingand research inthe field ofdevelopmentstudiescoveringtheories,

    practicesandpoliciesofdevelopment.

    DEPARTMENTOFADMINISTRATIVESTUDIESANDPOLITICS

    To provide multidisciplinary training and research in administration and politics,

    humanresourcemanagement,internationalrelationsandurbanmanagement.

    DEPARTMENTOFAPPLIEDSTATISTICS

    Toprovidetrainingandresearchinappliedstatisticsfordecisionmakingandproblem

    solvinginvariousfields.

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    BACHELOROFECONOMICSPROGRAMME

    VISION

    Tobegloballyrecognisedasaleadingprogrammeineconomicsandadministration

    MISION

    Toproduceexcellentgraduatesineconomicsandadministrationbyprovidingthestate

    ofthearteducation

    PROGRAMMMEGOALS

    Toprovidestudentswithastrongfoundationineconomicsandadministrationandinstill

    in them integrity, leadership skills and professionalism to face a competitive

    environment.

    PROGRAMMELEARNINGOUTCOME

    AttheendoftheBachelorofEconomicsprogramme,graduatesareableto:

    (1)Demonstratesufficientknowledgeineconomicsandadministration.

    (2)Apply quantitative and qualitative skills in analysing issues in economics andadministration.

    (3)Demonstrate social skills and behave responsibly towards society and theenvironment.

    (4)Practiseethicalvalues,professionalismandintegrity.

    (5)Communicateeffectivelly,demonstrateteamworkandleadershipskills.

    (6)Applyscientificskillsindecisionmakingandproblemsolving.

    (7)Useinformationmanagementskillsanddemonstratecapacityforlifelonglearning.

    (8)Applymanagerialandentrepreneurial.

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    MANAGEMENTFACULTYOFECONOMICSANDADMINISTRATION

    Dean : ProfessorDr.TanEuChye

    PhD(Warwick),MEc,BSocSc(SciUMalaysia)

    DeputyDean : ProfessorDr.GohKimLeng

    (HigherDegree) PhD(Monash),MEc,BEc(Mal)

    DeputyDean : Assoc.Prof.Dr.NoorAzinaIsmail

    (Undergraduate) PhD(QUT),MStats,BSc(UNSW)

    DeputyDean : Assoc.Prof.Dr.Hjh.SabithaMarican

    (Research) PhD(SciUMalaysia),MPA,BSc(Pitt)

    HeadofDepartment:

    DepartmentOfEconomics : Assoc.Prof.Dr.YapSuFei

    PhD,MEc,BSc(Mal)

    DepartmentOfDevelopmentStudies: Dr.LeeHwokAun

    PhD(UMass),MSc(Lond),BA(Br.Col.)

    DepartmentofAdministrative : Dr.Hj.AliBoerhannoeddinStudiesandPolitics PhD,MPA(Scalif),BEc(Mal)

    DepartmentofAppliedStatistics : [email protected]

    Doraisamy

    PhD(Warwick),MSc,BSc(PutraUMalaysia),

    LLB(Lond)

    Director:

    CentreforPovertyAnd : Assoc.Prof.Dr.Hjh.FatimahKariDevelopmentStudies(CPDS) PhD(MSU),MEc(Leicester),BEc

    (NUMalaysia)

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    ACADEMICSTAFF

    DEPARTMENTOFECONOMICS

    Head: AssociateProfessorDr.YapSuFei,PhD,MEc,BSc(Mal)

    Professor

    TanEuChye,PhD(Warwick),MEc,BSocSc(SciUMalaysia)

    AssociateProfessor

    YapSuFei,PhD,MEc,BSc(Mal)

    HjhFatimahKari,PhD(MSU),MEc(Leicester),BEc(NUMalaysia)

    HjhRadiahAbdulKader,PhD(Durham),MSc(Salf),BEc(Mal)

    EvelynShyamalaa/pPaulDevadason,PhD(Mal),MSocSc(NUS),BEc(Mal)

    KwekKianTeng,PhD(Monash),MEc,BEc(Mal)

    MarioArturoRuizEstrada,PhD(Mal),MA(Japan)

    SeniorLecturer

    RozaHazliZakaria,PhD(NUMalaysia),MEc,BEc(Mal)

    MohammedAslamGulamHassan,PhD(Mal),MEc(Mal),BSocSc(SciUMalaysia)

    ZarinahYusof,PhD(PutraUMalaysia),MEc,BEc(Mal)

    LokeWaiHeng,DPhil(Sussex),MA(Sussex),BSocSc(SciUMalaysia)

    SaadMohdSaid,MSc(Lond),BEc(Mal)

    Santhaa/[email protected],PhD(Osaka),MEc(Osaka),BEc(Mal)

    YewSiewYong,PhD(PutraUMalaysia),MEc,BEc(Mal)

    YongChenChen,PhD(PutraUMalaysia),MEc,BSc(PutraUMalaysia)

    AbulQuasemAlAmin,PhD(NUMalaysia),MEc(Bangladesh),BEc(Bangladesh)

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    Lecturer

    AbdulKadirMatYazif,MPA,BEc(Mal)

    ChongChinSieng,MEc,BEc(Mal)

    HaniraHanafi,MCL,LLB(IIUM),AdvocateandSolicitorofMalaya

    NorHasniahKasim,MEc(NUMalaysia),BEc(Mal)

    RahmanIbrahim,MSc(Salf),BEc(Mal)

    NurulHudaMohdSatarPhD(UWM),MEc,BEc(Mal)

    YongSookLu,PhD(Lancaster),MEc,BEc(Mal)

    *NurHidayahAbdullah,McL,LLB(IIUM)

    ResearchFellow

    Dr.CheongKeeCheok,PhD(London),B.A(Mal)

    HjhFatimahSaid,MSc(Lond),BEc(Mal)

    *StudyLeave

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    DEPATMENTOFDEVELOPMENTSTUDIES

    Head: LeeHwokAun,PhD(UMass),MSc(Lond),BA(Br.Col.)

    Professor

    RajahRasiah,PhD(Camb),MSocSc,BSocSc(SciUMalaysia)

    SeniorLecturer

    AzmahHj.Othman,MPhil(Wales),MSc(Wales),BEc(Mal)

    LeeHwokAun,PhD(UMass),MSc(Lond),BA(Br.Col.)

    MohamadYusoffSanusi,MA(Manc),BEc(Mal)

    Lecturer

    *NurAnnizahIshak,MEc,BEc(NUMalaysia)

    SeniorResearchFellow

    Jebamalai Vinanchiarachi, PhD(Uni. Madras, M.Phil(Uni. Madras) EHEd(Uni. Madras).

    MA(st.JosephsCollege,Tamilnadu),BA(St.XaviersCollege,Palayamkottai).

    PhdCandidatesSlai

    **SharifahMuhairahShahabudin,MSc(UiTM),BA(CanterburyUniversity,NewZealand)

    *StudyLeave(HLCB)

    **IPTTrainingScheme(SLAI)

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    DEPARTMENTOFADMINISTRATIVESTUDIESANDPOLITICS

    Head: Dr.Hj.AliBoerhannoeddin,PhD,MPA(Scalif),BEc(Mal)

    Professor

    DatukNormaMansor,PhD,MPA(Liv),BEc(Mal)

    EdmundTerenceGomez,PhD,MPhil,BA(Mal)

    AssociateProfessor

    HjhHalimahAwang,PhD(Macq),MSc,BSc(NIII)

    HjhSabithaMarican,PhD(SciUMalaysia),MPA,BSc(Pitt)

    DatukHjSharifuddinZainuddin,PhD,MPA(Pitt),BEc(Mal),DipBusStudies(MARA)

    SeniorLecturer

    BehLooSee,PhD(PutraUMalaysia),MA(NUMalaysia),BA(SciUMalaysia)

    MakmorTumin,PhD,MPA,BEc(Mal)

    NawiAbdullah,MPA,BEc(Mal)

    RajaNorizaRajaAriffin,PhD(Nottingham),MCRP(CSUF),BA(USL)

    Kuppusamya/lSingaravelloo,PhD(PutraUMalaysia),MPA(Mal),BSc(Mal)

    Lecturer

    MuhammadAsriMohdAli,MPA,BEc(Mal)

    SlabTutor

    KhaldunMunipAbdMalek,MA(Edin),MST(Oxon)

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    DEPARTMENTOFAPPLIEDSTATISTICS

    Head: [email protected],

    PhD(Warwick),MSc,BSc(PutraUMalaysia),LLB(Lond)

    Professor

    GohKimLeng,PhD(Monash),MEc,BEc(Mal)

    IdrisJajri,PhD(NCarolinaState),MSc(Lond),BEc(Mal)

    AssociateProfessor

    NoorAzinaIsmail,PhD(QUT),MStats,BSc(UNSW)

    [email protected],PhD(Warwick),MSc,BSc(PutraUMalaysia),LLB(Lond)

    RohanaJani,PhD(Macq),MSc(Wvirginia),BSc(Ohio)

    TeyNaiPeng,MSc(Michigan),BEc(Mal)

    SeniorLecturer

    NgSorTho,PhD(PutraUMalaysia),MEc,BEc(Mal)

    LauWeeYeap,PhD(Osaka),MAppStats(Mal),MEc(Osaka),MAcc(CSU),BSocSc(Hons)(USM)

    TemporaryLecturer

    NoorIsmawatiMohdJaafar,MSc(Uconn),BSc(UiTM),Dip_SA(UiTM)

    SlabTutor

    [email protected],MAppStats(Mal),BA(SheffieldHallam)

    DianaAbdulWahab,MAppStats(Mal),BDecSc(NorthUMalaysia)

    AhmadFaridOsman,MSc,BAppSc(SciUMalaysia)

    SlaiTutor

    TanPeiPei,MAppStats,BEc(Mal)

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    EMERITUSPROFESSOR

    YMProfessorDiRajaUngkuAzizUngkuHamid

    DrMohamedAriffAbdulKarem

    DrStephenCheeHongChye

    ADJUNCTPROFESSOR

    DatukSeriPanglimaAndrewL.T.Sheng

    DrR.ThillainathanYBhg.TanSriEmeritusProfesorDatukDr.AugustineOngSoonHock

    SENIORRESEARCHFELLOW

    Dr.MarieAimeeTourres

    Dr.CheongKeeCheok

    Dr.JebamalaiVinanchiarachi

    Dr.LeoJocelynFredericks

    RESEARCHFELLOW

    Pn.HjhFatimahSaid

    SPECIALISTCONSULTANT

    Dr.SulochanaNair

    SPECIALIST

    Dr.SoonLeeYing

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    EXTERNALEXAMINERS

    ProfessorDr.ShigeyukiAbe

    DepartmentofEconomics

    Professor,FaciltyofPolicyStudies,DoshishaUniversity

    Director,CenterforContemporaryAsianStudies(CCAS),

    DoshishaUniversity,Japan

    ProfessorJayatiGhosh

    DepartmentofDevelopmentStudies

    ProfessorofEconomics,CentreforEconomicStudies&Planning,

    SchoolofSocialSciences,Jawaharlal

    NehruUniversity,NewDelhi,India

    ProfessorDr.DavidA.Sonnenfeld

    ProfesorandChair

    DepartmentofEnvironmentalStudies

    StateUniversityofNewYork

    CollegeofEnvironmentalScienceandForestry,USA

    ProfessorDr.VijayanN.Nair

    DepartmentofAppliedStatistics

    DonaldA.DarlingProfessorofStatistics

    ProfessorofIndustrial&OperationsEngineeringUniversityofMichigan,AnnArbor,USA

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    ADMINISTRATIVEANDSUPPORT

    SeniorAssistantRegistrar(N44) : ZainabAbdullah

    (Administrative&Development)

    AssistantRegistrar(N41) : MaimunahKamarudin(HigherDegree)

    AssistantRegistrar(N41) : EdzuraJahari

    (Undergraduate)

    ResearchOfficer(N41) : NurMaslizaMuda

    (CPDS) WangSokWai

    AssistantAdminOfficer(N27) : NorshaadahMohdZain

    AdministrativeAssistantS/U(N28) : RozlinKasmani

    AdministrativeAssistantS/U(N27) : FarahaniMdZain

    : NuurHakimahMohdDin

    AdministrativeAssistantS/U(N22) : FauziahAbuHassan(KUP)

    AdministrativeAssistant(P/O)(N22) : Hj.MohamadSahutAhmad

    WendyTanSawPeng(KUP)

    AdministrativeAssistant(P/O)(N17) : AzuraHj.Aziz

    HumairahAmizaMohdHussin

    MohdZafifiMokhtar

    NoorHalijahIbrahimNoorHidayahMdZakuan

    NoorIrdawatyKamarodzaman

    NorIshahAriffin

    NorhidayuOmar

    NurulasyikinAbdMajid

    NuurIkhwanNizalMaamor

    SitiKhairiahIbrahim

    SitiShafinahHassan

    SuhaidiKamarudinHussin

    Technician(J22) : RazakDarus(KUP)

    LabAssistant(C22) : RejandranSupramaniam(KUP)

    ComputerTechnician(FT17) : SyafawiMalekFuad

    AdministrativeAssistant(Financial) : SitiSurayaBaharuddin

    (W17)

    MachineOperatorDataProcess(F11) : AhmadJamalb.Roslan

    Driver(R3) : NorasikinZulkarnaini

    OfficeAssistant(N1) : KhairulAzwanbinMahayuddinShahrulIbrahim

    SamsulAbd.Karim

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    BACHELOROFECONOMICS

    INTRODUCTION

    The Bachelor of Economics programme is designed to provide solid grounding in theory and

    economic knowledge and improve critical and analytical skills of students. The core and theelective courses are shaped to produce graduates with broad based as well as specialized

    knowledge.Since 2005, the newly introducedtrack system created the option for students to

    specializeinoneof10areas,namely,Monetary&FinancialEconomics,InternationalEconomics,

    Labour Economics, Resource and Environmental Economics, Enterprise Development,

    DevelopmentStudies,PublicAdministration,Human Resource Management,Political Economy

    andApplied Statistics, if theyfulfil a minimum of seven courses froma particular track during

    theircourseofstudy.Studentsarerequiredtocomplete121credithoursinordertograduate.

    LEARNINGOUTCOMES

    Attheendoftheprogramme,thegraduatewillbeableto:

    Discusscompetitivechallengesinboththedomesticandglobaleconomies; Discusseconomicissueswithinthepolitical,regulatoryandenvironmentalcontext; Applytheprinciplesofbothmacroeconomicsandmicroeconomicsinabusinesscontext; Applyquantitativemethodsineconomicsandadministration; Applyeconomicanalysisintheevaluationofdevelopmentpolicies; Relatethedisciplineofeconomicstoissuesinbusiness,socialsciencesandpolitics; Evaluatecontemporaryeconomicissuesobjectively; Recognize the interactions of public, private and nonprofit organizations in the

    economy;

    Recognizetheethicalissuesineconomiccompetition; Demonstrateinformationtechnologyskillsinbusinessenvironment; Developeconomicanalysisskills; Developdisciplinaryskillsrelevanttotheneedsofthejobmarket;and Developcapacitiesforlifelonglearning.

    SEMESTERSYSTEMCOORDINATOR

    Students can seek advice from the Semester System Coordinator. For Academic Session

    2011/2012,thecoordinatorsareasfollows:

    Assoc.Prof.Dr.EvelynShyamala a/pPaulDevadason

    AzmahOthman

    NawiAbdullah

    IsmawatiMohdJaafar

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    ADMISSIONREQUIREMENTS

    LOCALCANDIDATES

    Ingeneral, localcandidateshave to fulfil theUniversitys general requirements aswellasthe

    programme specificrequirements inorderto beadmittedtothe programme. Potential localcandidatesmustpossessorcompleteanyofthefollowing:

    STPMqualificationoritsequivalent; DiplomafromUiTMorPoliteknikKementerianPendidikanMalaysiaorotherequivalentqualificationsrecognizedbytheMalaysianGovernmentandapprovedbytheUniversity

    Senate;

    KPMMatriculation,UMAsasiSainsorUTMTahunAsas.

    UniversityGeneralRequirements

    1. ApassinSPM/itsequivalent.2. ApasswithdistinctioninBahasaMelayu/BahasaMalaysiaatSPMLevel/itsequivalent.3.

    ApassinSTPMexaminationwithatleast:a. GradeC(NGMP2.00)GeneralPaper;andb. GradeC(NGPM2.00)TWO(2)othersubjects.

    4. CompletetheMalaysianUniversityEnglishTest(MUET).

    ProgrammeSpecificRequirement

    STPMorequivalent/MatriculationCandidates

    Apasswith aminimumofGradeC+ (CGPA 2.33)in any of the following subjectsat STPMor

    equivalent/Matriculation:

    Economics Accountancy Mathematics/MathematicsS/T BusinessManagement/BusinessStudies

    OR

    ApasswithaminimumofGradeC(CGPA2.0)inanyoftheabovesubjectsorequivalentatSTPM

    orequivalent/MatriculationandapasswithaminimumofGradeCinMathematicsatSPMlevel

    orequivalent.

    DiplomaCandidates

    AdiplomafromUiTMorPoliteknikKementerianPendidikanMalaysiainanyofthefollowing

    programme: DiplomainAccountancy DiplomainPublicAdministrationandLocalGovernment DiplomainBusinessStudies DiplomainBankingStudies DiplomainInvestmentAnalysis DiplomainMarketing

    INTERNATIONALCANDIDATES

    For international candidates, obtained equivalent qualifications recognized by the Malaysian

    GovernmentandapprovedbytheUniversitySenate.

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    GUIDELINESONCREDITEXEMPTION

    1. Interpretation:

    ExemptionCreditreferstoexemptionfromregistrationandtakingcoursesrequiredforan

    academicprogrammeonthebasisofcoursestakenbythestudentbeforebeingacceptedforadmissionintoadegreeprogrammeofthisUniversityasapprovedbytheSenate.

    ThecoursethatisgivencreditexemptionwillnotbeconsideredforGPAandCGPA.

    For credit exemption, the student is required to have completed the related

    certificate/diploma/degreebeforebeingconsidered.

    2. The credit exemption policy of the University is as stated in the Buku Panduan UmumSistemSemesterandotherregulationsthataredeterminedbytheSenate.

    3. (1) Theconditionsforcreditexemptionareasfollows:

    (a) Thecourseusedforapplicationofcreditexemptionmusthaveatleast75%ofoverlapincontentswiththecoursebeingofferedatFEA;and

    (b) ThegradeorthegradepointobtainedforthecourseisnotlessthanBorgradepoint3.0.

    (2) Subjecttoconditioninparagraph3(1)abovebeingsatisfied,thestudentiseligibletoapplyforcreditexemptionexceptfortheFacultyCompulsoryCoursesasfollows:

    (a)

    EXEE2105ResearchMethodology;

    (b) EconomicsCoreCourses:

    i. EXEE1103MicroeconomicsIAii. EXEE2110MicroeconomicsIICiii. EXEE3110MicroeconomicsIIICiv. EXEE1104MacroeconomicsIBv. EXEE2111MacroeconomicsIIDvi. EXEE3111MacroeconomicsIIIDvii. EGEE2102EconomicDevelopment

    viii. EGEE2103MalaysianEconomicsix. EXEE2107CriticalThinkingInEconomicsx. EXEE2108InternationalEconomicsIssues

    xi. EGEE3309HistoryofEconomicThought;and

    (c) EXEE3190IndustrialTraining

    Themaximumcreditexemptedmustnot exceedonethird(1/3)of the totalcredit

    hoursoftheprogramme.

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    (3) Studentsarenotallowed:

    (a) Touseone(1)equivalentcourseattheDiplomaleveltoapplyforexemption

    fromtwo (2) different courses attheBachelordegree level. Thedateof the

    students examination result for every equivalent course will be taken into

    consideration;

    (b) To use one (1) Diploma level course offered by other Institutions in the

    first/intermediate level/year to bedeemedequivalent to a Bachelordegree

    courseofferedinthefinallevel/year;and

    (c) Tolistmorethantwo(2)coursesattheDiplomaleveltobedeemedequivalenttoone(1)courseattheBachelordegreelevel.

    4. Applicationsare fortheFirst Year studentsinSemester II,using theformswhichcanbeobtained from the GeneralOffice, FEA andmust be submitted to the Faculty onlyonce

    throughoutthestudylatestbythesecondFridayofSemesterIIalongwith:

    (1) ProcessingfeeofRM5.00percredithour.Thefeeisnotrefundable;

    (2) Syllabusandmarkingsystemofthecourseusedforapplicationofcreditexemption;and

    (3) Onecopyoftherelatedcertificate/diploma/degree.

    Ifthe informationprovidedbythe student isfalseorincompleteor doesnot satisfythe

    requirements,theFacultyreservestherighttorejecttheapplication.

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    GUIDELINESONCREDITTRANSFER

    1. Interpretation:

    CreditTransfer referstothetransferofcredithouralongwiththegradeobtainedforthe

    coursetakenbythestudentafterhe/shehasbeenacceptedforadmissionintoadegreeprogrammeatthisUniversity.

    ThecoursethatisgivenofcredittransferwillbeincludedintheGPAandCGPAcalculation.

    However,inspecialsituations,studentsthatarepermittedtochangehis/herprogramme

    ofstudycanbeconsideredforcredittransfersubjecttotheconditionsofcredittransferas

    determinedbytheUniversityandtheFacultybeingsatisfied.

    2. ThecredittransferpolicyoftheUniversityisasstatedintheBukuPanduanUmumSistemSemesterandotherregulationsthataredeterminedbytheSenate.

    3.

    (1) Theconditionsforcredittransferareasfollows:

    (a) Thecourseusedforapplicationofcreditexemptionmusthaveatleast75%ofoverlapincontentswiththecoursebeingofferedatFEA;and

    (b) ThegradeorthegradepointobtainedforthecourseisnotlessthanCorgradepoint2.0.

    (2) Subjectto therecommendationof theHeadofDepartment,theconditionasstatedinparagraph 3 (1) being satisfied, credit transfer from other institution of higher

    learning(degreetodegree)ismoreopen.

    4. Theapplicationmustbemadeusingthe formwhichcan beobtainedfrom the GeneralOffice,FEAandmustbesubmittedtotheFacultyonlyoncethroughoutthestudy,latestby

    thesecondFridayofthesemesterinwhichthestudentregistersfor.

    Theapplicationmustbeaccompaniedbythefollowingdocuments:

    (1) ProcessingfeeofRM5.00percredithour.Thefeeisnotrefundable;

    (2) Syllabusandmarkingsystemofthecourseusedforapplicationofcredittransfer;and

    (3) Onecopyoftherelatedcertificate/diploma/degree.

    Ifthe informationprovidedbythestudent isfalseorincompleteordoesnot satisfythe

    requirements,theFacultyreservestherighttorejecttheapplication.

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    MARKINGSCHEME

    Mark Grade GradePoint Denotation

    80100

    7579

    A

    A

    4.0

    3.7

    Distinction

    Distinction

    7074

    6569

    6064

    B+

    B

    B

    3.3

    3.0

    2.7

    Credit

    Credit

    Credit

    5559

    5054

    C+

    C

    2.3

    2.0

    Pass

    Pass

    4549

    C

    1.7

    BorderlinePass

    (Referparagraph2underRemarks)

    4044

    3539

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    BACHELORSDEGREECLASSIFICATIONUNDERTHESEMESTERSYSTEM

    DegreeAwarded CGPA Intake:Session2002/2003onwards

    PassWithHonours

    PassWithHonours

    (WithDistinction)

    2.0

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    PROGRAMMESTRUCTURE

    No Courses Credit

    Hours

    Total

    CreditHours

    1. UniversityCourses

    1. GXEX1401 InformationSkills

    2. GXEX1411 EthnicRelation (ForLocalStudent)

    3. GXEX1412 BasicEntrepreneurshipCulture

    4. GXEX1413 IntroductiontoMalaysia(ForInternationalStudent)

    5. GXEX1414 IslamicCivilisationandAsiaCivilisation

    TITAS(ForLocalStudent)

    6. Cocuriculum

    7. EnglishCommunicationCourse (6CH)

    (1)Level1:

    MUETBand1/IELTSBand12/TOEFL0343

    GTEE1105CommunicationinEnglishI

    GTEE1205CommunicationinEnglishI

    MUETBand2/IELTSBand33.5/TOEFL347433

    GTEE1107CommunicationinEnglishIII

    GTEE1207CommunicationinEnglishIV MUETBand3/IELTSBand4/TOEFL437510/TOEIC405

    600/ELPISGradeC

    GTEE1109SpeakingSkillsinEnglish

    GTEE1110WritingSkillsinEnglish

    (2)Level2:

    MUETBand46/IELTSBand6/TOEFL 550/ALevelmin5/

    ELPISGradeAorB

    GTEE1111PresentationSkillsattheworkplace

    GTEE1112IntroductiontoCriticalReadinginEnglish

    GTEE1113TechnicalWriting

    8. EXEE2113 SociologyI

    18

    18

    2. FacultyCoreCourses

    GeneralBroadbaseCoursesEPEE1102 IntroductiontoPoliticalScience

    EPEE1103 IntroductiontoPublicAdministration

    EXEE1106 IntroductiontoFinancialManagement I

    EGEE2305 IntroductiontoLaw

    EXEE2112 ResearchMethodology I

    EconomicCoreCourses

    EXEE1103 MicroeconomicsIA

    EXEE2110 Microeconomics IIC

    EXEE3110 Microeconomics IIIC

    EXEE1104 MacroeconomicsIB

    EXEE2111 MacroeconomicsIID

    EXEE3111 MacroeconomicsIIID

    EGEE2102 EconomicDevelopmentEGEE2103 MalaysianEconomy

    EXEE2107 CriticalThinkinginEconomics

    EXEE2108 InternationalEconomicsIssues

    EGEE3309 HistoryOfEconomicThought

    QuantitativeCourses

    ESEE1101/2 QuantitativeAnalysis A/B

    ESEE1105 Statistics IC

    EEEE2101 IntroductiontoMathematicalEconomics

    ESEE2102 BasicEconometrics

    ESEE2201 StatisticsII

    IndustrialTraining

    EXEE3190 IndustrialTraining

    17

    37

    16

    6

    76

    3. ElectiveCourses 27 Total 121

    PassGredforallcourseisGradeCexceptforcoursethatassessforsatisfactory&unsatisfactory.

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    Notes:

    1. Astudenthasanoptiontospecializeinoneoften(10)areas,ifhe/shefulfilsaminimumofseven(7)coursesfromaparticulartrackduringhis/hercourseofstudy.Thetracksare:

    a.

    Monetary&FinancialEconomicsb. InternationalEconomicsc. LabourEconomicsd. ResourceandEnvironmentalEconomicse. EnterpriseDevelopmentf. DevelopmentStudiesg. PublicAdministrationh. HumanResourceManagementi. PoliticalEconomyj. AppliedStatistics

    2. InternationalStudents2011/2012:

    a. Exempted from taking GXEX1414 TITAS (2CH) and GXEX141 (2CH) Ethnic Relationcourse,unlessotherwise.

    b. CompulsorytotakeEXEE1302PrinciplesofEconomicsandGXEX1413IntroductiontoMalaysiacourse.

    c. CompulsorytotakeGTEM1101ElementaryMalaycourseasaconvocationcondition.

    3. StudentsarerequiredtoattendprogrammesorganizedbytheFacultyfromtimetotime.

    4. Studentsmayrefertothefollowingsourcesforadditionalinformation:

    a. UniversityofMalaya(FirstDegreeStudies)Rules2010andUniversityofMalaya(FirstDegreeStudies)Regulations2010;

    b. GuidelinesforIndustrialTraining;c. GuidelinesforGraduationExercise;d. ModulPembangunanKemahiranInsaniah(SoftSkills)UntukInstitusiPengajianTinggi

    Malaysia(LatestEdition);and

    e. OccasionalnoticesfromtheFaculty.

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    LIST OF UNIVERSITY COURSES

    No Code Title CH

    1. GXEX1401 InformationSkills 1

    2. GXEX1411 EthnicRelation(ForLocalStudent)

    2

    3. GXEX1412 BasicEntrepreneurshipCulture 2 4. GXEX1413 IntroductiontoMalaysia

    (ForInternationalStudent)

    2

    5. GXEX1414 IslamicCivilisationandAsianCivilisation

    TITAS(ForLocalStudent)

    2/E

    6. CoCurriculum 2

    7.

    nglishCommunicationCourse

    (1)Level1:

    GTEE1105

    GTEE1205

    GTEE1107

    GTEE1207

    GTEE1109GTEE1110

    (2)Level2:

    GTEE1111

    GTEE1112

    GTEE1113

    CommunicationinEnglishI

    CommunicationinEnglishII

    CommunicationinEnglishIII

    CommunicationinEnglishIV

    SpeakingSkillsinEnglishWritingSkillsinEnglish

    PresentationSkillsattheWorkplace

    IntroductiontoCriticalReadinginEnglish

    TechnicalWriting

    6

    LIST OF FACULTY CORE COURSES

    No Code Title CHPage

    BroadbaseCourses

    1. EPEE1102 IntroductiontoPoliticalScience 3 38

    2. EPEE1103 IntroductiontoPublicAdministration 3 39

    3. EXEE1106 IntroductiontoFinancialManagementI 4 40

    4. EGEE2305 IntroductiontoLaw 3 41

    5. EXEE2112 ResearchMethodologyI 4 42

    6. EXEE2113

    SociologyI 3 43

    EconomicCoreCourses

    1. EXEE1103 MicroeconomicsIA 3 44

    2. EXEE2110 MicroeconomicsIIC 4 45

    3. EXEE3110 MicroeconomicsIIC 4 46

    4. EXEE1104 MacroeconomicsIB 3 47

    5. EXEE2111 MacroeconomicsIID 4 48

    6. EXEE3111 MacroeconomicsIIID 4 49

    7. EGEE2102 EconomicDevelopment 3 50

    8. EGEE2103 MalaysiaEconomy 3 51

    9. EXEE2107 CriticalEconomicsInEconomics 3 52

    10. EXEE2108 InternationalEconomicsIssues 3 53

    11 EGEE3309 HistoryOfEconomicsThought 3 54

    1. ESEE1101/2 QuantitativeAnalysisA/B 3 55/56

    2. ESEE1105 StatisticsIC 4 57

    3. EEEE2101 IntroductiontoMathematicalEconomics 3 58

    4. ESEE2102 BasicEconometrics 3 59

    5. ESEE2201 StatisticsII 3 60

    1. EXEE3190 IndustrialTrainingI 661

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    LISTOFELECTIVECOURSES

    No Code Title CHPage

    1. EEEE2102 TheoryofInternationalTrade 3 622. EEEE2104 PublicFinance 3 633. EEEE2307 BankingandFinancialLaw 3 644. EEEE2308 IslamicBankingandFinance 3 655. EEEE2314 MonetaryEconomicsI 3 666. EEEE2315 EconomicsofRegionalIntegration 3 677. EEEE3101 WelfareEconomics 3 688. EEEE3301 ManagerialEconomics 3 699. EEEE3303 EconomicsofInformation 3 7010. EEEE3305 HealthEconomics 3 7111. EEEE3306 InternationalFinance 3 7212. EEEE3312 FinancialEconomics 3 7313. EEEE3314 MonetaryEconomicsII 3 7414. EEEE3315 BankingIslamicandFinancialLaw 3 7515. EGEE2104 LabourEconomicsI 3 7616. EGEE2302 EnvironmentalEconomics 3 7717. EGEE2303 Demography 3 7818. EGEE2304 UrbanEconomics 3 7919. EGEE2306 MalaysianBusinessLaw 3 8020. EGEE3304 PopulationEconomicsandPolicies 3 8121. EGEE3306 WorldEconomicHistory 3 8222. EGEE3308 IndustrialEconomics 3 8323. EGEE3312 EnergyEconomics 3 8424. EGEE3313 EconomicsofFinancialMarket 3 8525. EGEE3314 EntrepreneurialEconomics 3 8626. EGEE3316 EconomicsofRegulation 3 8727. EGEE3317 LabourEconomicsII 3 8828. EGEE3319 EconomicsofEducation 3 8929. EGEE3320 InternationalMacroeconomics 3 9030. EREE2102 SmallEntrepreneurshipDevelopment 3 9131. EREE2310 GenderandDevelopment 3 9232. EREE2312 MicrocreditandFinance 3 9333. EREE3104 AnalysisofDevelopmentProjects 3 9434. EREE3105 SustainableDevelopment 3 9535. EREE3106 CooperativeDevelopment 3 9636. EREE3107 AgriculturalDevelopment 3 9737. EREE3301 LandEconomics 3 9838. EREE3302 CurrentDevelopmentIssues 3 9939. EREE3304 AgribusinessManagement 3 10040. EREE3308 DevelopmentandBiotechnology 3 10141. EREE3309 SociologyofDevelopment 3 10242. EREE3310 CommunityDevelopment 3 10343. EREE3311 GrowthandDistribution 3 10444. EPEE2103 PublicManagement:TheoryandPractice 3 10545. EPEE2104 ComparativePoliticsandGovernment 3 10646. EPEE2105 StructureandPoliticalProcessinMalaysia 3 10747. EPEE2201 ComparativePolitical Strategies for Economics and Business

    Development

    3 108

    48. EPEE2302 HumanResourceManagement 3 10949. EPEE2303 PoliticalTheoryandBehavior 3 11050. EPEE2306 LocalGovernmentandUrbanDevelopment 3 11151. EPEE2310 Ethnicity,DevelopmentandNationalIntegration 3 11252. EPEE3101 FinancialAdministration 3 114

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    No Code Title CHPage

    53. EPEE3111 IndustrialRelations 3 11554. EPEE3112 OrganisationalBehaviour 3 11655. EPEE3114 OccupationalSafetyandHealth 3 11756. EPEE3115 ManagementSkillTechnique 3 11857. EPEE3301 InternationalPolitics 3 11958. EPEE3302 CommunicationinPoliticsandAdministration 3 12059. EPEE3305 MetropolitanPlanning 3 12160. EPEE3306 ProjectManagementandAnalysis 3 12261. EPEE3308 PublicPolicy 3 12362. EPEE3309 PublicEnterprisesandPrivatisation 3 12463. EPEE3313 TotalQualityManagement 3 12564. EPEE3323 CompensationandBenefit 3 12665. ESEE2101 SurveyandSamplingMethods 3 12766. ESEE2301 BusinessComputing 3 12867. ESEE2302 ManagerialDecisionMaking 3 12968. ESEE2305 DataAnalysis 3 13069. ESEE3103 TimeSeriesAnalysis 3 13170. ESEE3104 ExperimentalDesign 3 13271. ESEE3105 EconometricAnalysis 3 13372. ESEE3108 FinancialEconometrics 3 13473. ESEE3301 DemographicTechniquesandApplications 3 13574. ESEE3302 MathematicalStatistics 3 13675. ESEE3305 ActuarialMathematics 3 13776.

    77.

    ESEE3306

    EXEE3185

    StatisticalComputing

    GraduationExercise

    3

    6

    138

    139

    LIST OF ELECTIVE COURSES OFFERED TO OTHER FACULTIES

    No Code Title CHPage

    1. EXEE1302 [email protected]

    3 140

    @ThiscourseisnotofferedtostudentsfromFEA/FPP,APM,API(minors)andFSSS(minors)andFSKTM(Businessminor).

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    LISTOFTRACKSANDRELATEDELECTIVECOURSES

    MONETARY&FINANCIALECONOMICS

    1 EEEE2314 MonetaryEconomicsI

    2 EEEE3314 MonetaryEconomicsII

    3 EEEE3312 FinancialEconomics

    4 EEEE2308 IslamicBankingandFinance

    5 EEEE3306 InternationalFinance

    6 EEEE2307 BankingandFinancialLaw

    7 EGEE3313 EconomicsofFinancialMarkets

    8 ESEE3108 FinancialEconometrics

    9 ESEE3105 EconometricsAnalysis

    10 ESEE3103 TimeSeriesAnalysis

    11 EGEE3316 EconomicsofRegulation

    12 EEEE3315 BankingIslamicandFinancialLaw

    INTERNATIONALECONOMICS

    1 EEEE2102 TheoryofInternationalTrade

    2 EEEE3306 InternationalFinance

    3 EEEE2315 EconomicsofRegionalIntegration

    4 EGEE3306 WorldEconomicHistory

    5 EGEE3311 InternationalEconomicDevelopment

    6 EGEE3320 InternationalMacroeconomics

    7 EEEE3312 FinancialEconomics

    8 EPEE2201 ComparativePoliticalStrategiesforEconomicDevelopment&

    Business

    9 EEEE3316 EconomicsofRegulation10 EEEE3303 EconomicsofInformation

    11 NC InternationalEconomicLaw

    12 NC EastAsiaEconomics

    LABOURECONOMICS

    1 EGEE2104 LabourEconomicsI

    2 EGEE3317 LabourEconomicsII

    3 EPEE3111 IndustrialRelations

    4 EGEE3304 PopulationEconomics&Policies

    5 EGEE3319 EconomicsofEducation6 EEEE3305 HealthEconomics

    7 EREE2310 GenderandDevelopment

    8 EPEE2302 HumanResourceManagement

    9 EGEE3308 IndustrialEconomics

    10 ESEE3301 TechniqueandApplicationofDemography

    11 EGEE2303 Demography

    12 EEEE2104 PublicFinance

    13 EEEE3101 WelfareEconomics

    14 EEEE3305 HealthEconomics

    15 NC HouseholdEconomics

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    RESOURCEANDENVIRONMENTALECONOMICS

    1 EGEE2302 EnvironmentalEconomics

    2 EREE3105 SustainableDevelopment

    3 EREE3108 EnvironmentalPolicy:TheoryandPractice4 EREE3301 LandEconomics

    5 SHES1304** EnvironmentalScience

    6 EREE3311 Growth&Distribution

    7 EGEE3316 EconomicsofRegulation

    8 EEEE3101 WelfareEconomics

    9 EEEE2302 EconomicsofIncomeDistribution

    10 NC EnvironmentalRegulations

    11 NC EnvironmentalRiskAnalysis

    ENTERPRISEDEVELOPMENT

    1 EREE2312 MicrocreditandFinance

    2 EREE2102 SmallEntrepreneurshipDevelopment

    3 EREE3106 CooperativeDevelopment

    4 EREE3104 AnalysisofDevelopmentProjects

    5 EGEE3314 EntrepreneurialEconomics

    6 EPEE3106 IndustrialRelations

    7 EGEE2306 MalaysianBusinessLaw

    8 EEEE3303 EconomicsofInformation

    9 EREE3309 SociologyofDevelopment

    10 EREE3304 AgribusinessManagement

    11 EEEE3101 ManagerialEconomics

    12 EGEE3316 EconomicsofRegulation13 NC ICTandRuralEnterprise

    14 NC Tourism

    15 NC HumanResourceDevelopment

    DEVELOPMENTSTUDIES

    1 EREE3308 DevelopmentandBiotechnology

    2 EREE3107 AgriculturalDevelopment

    3 EGEE2101 EconomicsofPlanning

    4 EREE3309 SociologyofDevelopment

    5 EGEE2302 ResourceandEnvironment6 EREE3310 CommunityDevelopment

    7 EPEE2310 Ethnicity,DevelopmentandNationalIntegration

    8 EEEE3101 WelfareEconomics

    9 EGEE3311 InternationalEconomicDevelopment

    10 EREE2310 GenderandDevelopment

    11 EREE3302 CurrentDevelopmentIssues

    12 EREE3311 GrowthandDistribution

    13 EGEE2304 UrbanEconomics

    14 EREE3105 SustainableDevelopment

    15 EREE3301 LandEconomics

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    PUBLICADMINISTRATION

    1 EPEE3308 PublicPolicy

    2 EPEE2103 PublicManagement:Theory&Practice

    3 EPEE2105 StructureandPoliticalProcessinMalaysia4 EPEE3101 FinancialAdministration

    5 EPEE2306 LocalGovernmentandUrbanDevelopment

    6 EPEE2201 ComparativePoliticalStrategiesforEconomicandBusiness

    Development

    7 EPEE3305 MetropolitanPlanning

    8 EPEE3309 PublicEnterpriseandPrivatization

    9 EPEE3306 Management&ProjectAnalysis

    10 EEEE2104 PublicFinance

    11 NC ConstitutionsandAdministrativeLaw

    12 NC PublicSectorManagement

    13 NC TechnologyinPublicAdministration

    14 NC StrategicManagement

    HUMANRESOURCEMANAGEMENT

    1 EPEE2302 HumanResourceManagement

    2 EPEE3112 OrganizationalBehaviour

    3 EPEE3313 TotalQualityManagement

    4 EPEE3111 IndustrialRelations

    5 EPEE3114 OccupationalSafetyandHealth

    6 EPEE3323 CompensationandBenefit

    7 EPEE3115 ManagementSkillsTechniques

    8 EPEE2103 PublicManagement:TheoryandPractice9 ESEE2302 ManagerialDecisionMaking

    10 NC StrategicManagement

    11 NC ProductivityandPerformanceManagement

    12 NC PublicSectorManagement

    POLITICALECONOMY

    1 EPEE2303 PoliticalTheoryandBehaviour

    2 EREE2306 PoliticalEconomyofDevelopment

    3 EPEE2104 ComparativePoliticsandGovernment

    4 EPEE3301 InternationalPolitics5 EPEE3302 CommunicationinPoliticsandAdministration

    6 EPEE2310 Ethnicity,DevelopmentandNationalIntegration

    7 EPEE2105 StructureandPoliticalProcessinMalaysia

    8 EPEE2201 ComparativePoliticalStrategiesforEconomicandBusiness

    Development

    9 EEEE2104 PublicFinance

    10 EPEE2306 LocalGovernmentandUrbanDevelopment

    11 EREE3309 SociologyofDevelopment

    12 EPEE3309 PublicEnterpriseandPrivatization

    13 EPEE3101 FinancialAdministration

    14

    EGEE3316

    EconomicsofRegulation

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    APPLIEDSTATISTICS

    1 ESEE2101 SurveyandSamplingMethods

    2 ESEE2301 BusinessComputing

    3 ESEE2302 ManagerialDecisionMaking4 ESEE2305 DataAnalysis

    5 ESEE3103 TimeSeriesAnalysis

    6 ESEE3104 ExperimentalDesign

    7 ESEE3105 EconometricAnalysis

    8 ESEE3108 FinancialEconometrics

    9 ESEE3301 DemographyTechniquesandApplications

    10 ESEE3302 MathematicalStatistics

    11 ESEE3305 ActuarialMathematics

    12 ESEE3306 StatisticalComputing

    13 NC AdvancedDataAnalysis

    14 NC SamplingDesign

    15 NC AnalyzingInformationinDatabases16 NC ActuarialStatistics

    17 NC MarketingResearch

    Note:

    NC: Newcoursethatisnotoffered

    ** CoursesofferedinBiologyScienceInstitute(ISB)

    Note:

    1. Forgraduation,thetotalofcredithoursforelectivecoursesare27creditwherebystudentscanchoosethecombinationtotakeatleast7coursesandGraduationExerciseor9courses.

    2. Studentsareconsideredasmajoringinaparticulartrackifhe/shetakesatleast7courseslistedunderthetrack.

    3. ThetrackwillbedeterminedbytheFacultybeforegraduationbasedonthecombinationofcoursestaken.

    4. Incircumstanceswherecourses are listed but notoffered, the Facultywill identifyotherrelevantcoursestobeincludedunderthatparticulartrack.

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    PROPOSEDSTUDYSTRUCTUREACADEMICSESSION2011/2012

    Level SemesterI SemesterII

    FirstYear

    UniversityCourse:

    1.GXEX1401InformationSkills

    2.GXEX1411EthnicRelations/

    GXEX1414TITAS/GXEX1413

    IntroductionToMalaysia

    3.EnglishCourses

    CompulsoryCourse:

    1.EXEE1103MicroeconomicsIA/

    EXEE1104MacroeconomicsIB

    2.ESEE1101/1102QuantitativeAnalysisA/B

    3.EGEE2305IntroductionToLaw

    4.EPEE1102IntroductiontoPoliticalScience/

    EPEE1103IntroductiontoPublic

    Administration

    1

    K/2

    3

    3

    3

    3

    3

    18

    University Course:

    1.GXEX1410TITAS/GXEX1411Ethnic

    Relations/GXEX1413IntroductionTo

    Malaysia

    2.EnglishCommunicationCourse

    CompulsoryCourse:

    1.EXEE1104MacroeconomicsIB/

    EXEE1103MicroeconomicsIA

    2.ESEE1103StatisticsIA/

    ESEE1105StatisticsIC

    3.EXEE1106IntroductiontoFinancial

    ManagementI

    4.EPEE1102IntroductiontoPoliticalScience/

    EPEE1103IntroductiontoPublic

    Administration

    K/2

    3

    3

    3

    4

    4

    3

    19

    Level SemesterIII SemesterIV

    Second

    Year

    UniversityCourse:

    1.CoCuriculum/GXEX1412Basicof

    EntrepreneurshipCulture

    2.EXEE2113SociologyI

    CompulsoryCourse:

    1.EXEE2110MicroeconomicsIIC/

    EXEE2111MacroeconomicsIID

    2.ESEE2201StatisticII

    3.EEEE2101IntroductionToMathematical

    Economics/EXEE2112Research

    MetodologyI

    4.EGEE2103MalaysianEconomy/EGEE2102

    DevelopmentEconomics

    2

    3

    4

    3

    3/4

    3

    18/19

    UniversityCourse:

    1.GXEX1412BasicofEntrepreneurship

    Culture/Cocuriculum

    CompulsoryCourse:

    1.EXEE2111MacroeconomicsIID/

    EXEE2110MicroeconomicsIIC

    2.ESEE2102BasicEconometrics

    3.EXEEE2108InternationalEconomicsIssues

    4.EXEE2112Research

    MetodologyI/EEEE2101IntroductionTo

    MathematicalEconomics

    5.EGEE2102DevelopmentEconomics/

    EGEE2103MalaysianEconomy

    ElectiveCourse:

    One(1)coursetobechosenfromtheElectiveList

    2

    4

    3

    3

    3/4

    3

    3

    22/21

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    Level SemesterV SemesterVI

    FinalYear

    CompulsoryCourse/ElectiveCourse:

    1.EXEE3110MicroeconomicsIIIC/

    EXEE3111MacroeconomicsIIID

    2.EXEE2107CriticalThinkinginEconomics

    ElectiveCourse:

    3.Four(4)coursestobechosen

    fromElectiveList

    4

    3

    3

    3

    3

    3

    19

    CompulsoryCourse/ElectiveCourse:

    1.EXEE3111MacroeconomicsIIID/

    EXEE3110MicroeconomicsIIIC

    2.EGEE3309DevelopmentinEconomic

    Thinking

    ElectiveCourse:

    3.Four(4)coursestobechosen

    fromElectiveList

    4

    3

    3

    3

    3

    3

    19

    SemesterVII

    IndustrialTrainingI6

    Note:1. Anewstudentislimitedtotakenomorethan18credithoursinthefirstsemesterofaprogramme

    ofstudy.

    2. GenerallythemaximumnumberofcredithoursallowedinaNormalSemesteris20credithoursandforaSpecialSemesteris9credithours.

    3. TheminimumnumberofcredithoursastudentisallowedtotakeinnormalSemesteris12credithoursbutnotallowedtoregisterlessthan6credithoursunlessitisforthesemesterfollowingthe

    minimum duration of the programme of study or for the purpose of fulfilling graduation

    requirements.Registrationlessthan12credithourstheapprovaloftheDeanoftheFacultyofthe

    programmeofstudymustbeobtained.

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    LISTOFTHEFACULTYOFFEREDCOURSES

    SEMESTERI,SESSION2011/2012

    FACULTYCORECOURSES

    Courses

    Code

    NameofCourses Credit

    Hours

    Lecturers Exam

    Duration

    BroadbaseCourses

    EPEE1102 IntroductiontoPoliticalScience 3 +Dr.NgeowChowBing 2hours

    EPEE1103 IntroductiontoPublic

    Administration

    3 NawiAbdullah 2hours

    EXEE1106 IntroductiontoFinancial

    ManagementI

    4 AnurddinAbdulGhani

    PutriRozitaTahir*

    2hours

    EGEE2305 IntroductiontoLaw 3 Lecturerswillbeidentified

    2hours

    EXEE2112 ResearchMethodologyI 4 Dr.LeeHwokAun

    Mr.MohamadYusoffSanusi

    2hours

    EXEE2113 SociologyI 3 Dr.SuriaBaba* 2hours

    EconomicCoreCoursesEXEE1103 MicroeconomicsIA 3 Assoc.Prof.Dr.Radiahbt.AbdulKader

    2hours

    EXEE2110 MicroeconomicsIIC 4 Dr.LokeWaiHeng

    ChongChinSieng

    2hours

    EXEE3103 MicroeconomicsIIIA 3 Dr.AbulQuasemAlAmin 2hours

    EXEE1104 MacroekonomiIB 3 SaadMohd.Said 2hours

    EXEE2111 MacroeconomicsIID 4 Dr.ZarinahYusof 2hours

    EXEE3104 MacroeconomicsIIIB 3 Dr.Santhaa/[email protected] 2hours

    EGEE2102 EconomicDevelopment 3 MelurNatasyaSaufi*

    AzmahOthman

    2hours

    EGEE2103 MalaysianEconomy 3 Dr.YongSookLu 2hours

    EXEE2107 CriticalThinkinginEconomics 3 Assoc.Prof.Dr.EvelynShyamalaPaul

    Devadason

    1hours

    EXEE2108 InternationalEconomicIssues 3 Dr.MohamedAslambinGulamHassan 2hoursEGEE3309 HistoryofEconomicThought 3 Dr.RozaHazlibt.Zakaria 2hours

    QuantitativeCourses

    ESEE1101 QuantitativeAnalysisA 3 Dr.NgSorTho 2hours

    ESEE1102 QuantitativeAnalysisB 3 MuzalwanaAbdTalib 2hours

    ESEE1105 Statistik1C 4 NoorIsmawatiMohdJaafar 2hours

    ESEE2102 BasicEconometrics 3 Dr.LauWeeYeap 2hours

    ESEE2201 StatisticsII 3 Assoc.Prof.Dr.RohanaJani 2hours

    EEEE2101 IntroductiontoMathematical

    Economics

    3 Dr.YewSiewYong 2hours

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    ELECTIVECOURSES

    Courses

    Code

    NameofCourses Credit

    Hours

    Lecturers Exam

    Duration

    EEEE2102 TheoryofInternationalTrade 3 NorHasniahKasim 2hours

    EEEE2104 PublicFinancial 3 bdulKadirMatYazif 2hours

    EEEE2314 MonetaryEconomicsI 3 ProfessorDr.TanEuChye 2hoursEEEE3101 WelfareEconomics 3 Assoc.Prof.Dr.MarioArturoRuizEstrada 2hours

    EEEE3301 ManagerialEconomics 3 RahmanIbrahim 2hours

    EEEE3303 EconomicsofInformation 3 Assoc.Prof.Dr.YapSuFei 2hours

    EEEE3306 InternationalFinance 3 NorHasniahKassim 2hours

    EGEE2104 LabourEconomicsI 3 Assoc.Prof.Fatimahbt.Said

    NorHasniahbt.Kasim

    2hours

    EGEE2304 UrbanEconomics 3 Assoc.Prof.FatimahSaid 2hours

    EGEE3308 IndustrialEconomics 3 Hjh.FatimahSaid 2hours

    EGEE3312 EnergyEconomics 3 Dr.YongChenChen 2hours

    EGEE3316 EconomicsOfRugulation 3 RahmanbinIbrahim 2hours

    EPEE2103 PublicSectorManagement:

    TheoryAndPractice

    3 Dr.NgeowChowBing 2hours

    EPEE2302 HumanResourceManagement 3 Dr.BehLooSee 2hours

    EPEE2303 TheoryandPoliticalBehavior 3 Dr.MakmorTumin 2hoursEPEE2306 LocalGovernmentandUrban

    Development

    3 LecturetobeIdentified 2hours

    EPEE2310 Ethnicity,Developmentand

    NationalIntegration

    3 Prof.Dr.EdmundTerenceGomez 2hours

    EPEE3101 FinancialAdministration 3 NawiAbdullah 1hours

    EPEE3112 OrganizationalBehaviour 3 Assoc.Prof.Dr.SabithaMarican 2hours

    EPEE3114 OccupationalSafetyandHealth 3 D r.KuppusamySingaravelloo 1hours

    EPEE3305 MetropolitanPlanning 3 Dr.RajaNorizaRajaAriffin 2hours

    EPEE3306 ManagementandAnalysis

    Project

    3 Assoc.Prof.DatukDr.Sharifuddin

    Zainuddin

    2hours

    EREE2310 GenderandDevelopment 3 SharifahMuhairahShahabudin* 2hours

    EREE2312 MicrocreditandFinance 3 MuhamadRidzwanMohamadDaud 2hours

    EREE3105 SustainableDevelopment 3 Dr.JebamalaiVinanchiarachi 2hours

    EREE3106 CooperativeDevelopment 3 AzmahOthman 2hoursEREE3107 AgriculturalDevelopment 3 MohamadYusoffSanusi 2hours

    EREE3304 AgribusinessManagement 3 MohamadYusoffSanusi 2hours

    EREE3309 DevelopmentSociology 3 MelurNatasyaSaufi* 2hours

    ESEE2101 SurveyandSamplingMethods 3 Assoc.Prof.TeyNaiPeng 2hours

    ESEE3103 TimeSeriesAnalysis 3 Dr.LauWeeYeap 2hours

    ESEE3105 EconometricAnalysis 3 Prof.Dr.IdrisJajri 2hours

    GraduationExercise

    EXEE3185 GraduationExercise 6

    ELECTIVECOURSESOFFEREDTOOTHERFACULTIES(KELF)

    Courses

    Code

    NameofCourses Credit

    Hours

    Lecturers Exam

    Duration

    EXEE1302 PrinciplesofEconomics* 3 AbdulKadirbinMatYazif 2hours

    @ThiscourseisnotofferedtostudentsfromFEA/FPP,APM,API(minors)andFSSS(minors)andFSKTM(Businessminor)

    *ParttimeLecturer

    #TemporaryTutor

    +ICSLecturer

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    LISTOFTHEFACULTYOFFEREDCOURSES

    SEMESTERII,SESSION2011/2012

    FACULTYCORECOURSES

    Courses

    Code

    NameofCourses Credit

    Hours

    Lecturers Exam

    Duration

    BroadbaseCourses

    EPEE1102 IntroductiontoPoliticalScience 3 MuhammadAsriMohdAli 2hours

    EPEE1103 IntroductiontoPublic

    Administration

    3 NawiAbdullah 2hours

    EXEE1106 IntroductiontoFinancial

    ManagementI

    4 *AnurddinAbdulGhani

    *PutriRozitaTahir

    2hours

    EGEE2305 IntroductiontoLaw 3 Hanirabt.Hanafi 2hours

    EXEE2112 ResearchMethodologyI 4 Dr.LeeHwokAun

    MohamadYusoffSanusi

    2hours

    EXEE2113 SociologyI 3 *Dr.SuriaBaba 2hours

    EconomicCoreCourses

    EXEE1103 MicroeconomicsIA 3 RahmanbinIbrahim 2hours

    EXEE2110 MicroeconomicsIIC 4 Dr.YongSookLu 2hours

    EXEE3103 MicroeconomicsIIIA 3 Dr.NurulhudaMohdSatar 2hours

    EXEE1104 MacroeconomicsIB 3 Assoc.Prof.Dr.EvelynShyamalaA/PPaul

    Devadason

    2haours

    EXEE2111 MacroeconomicsIID 4 Dr.YewSiewYong 2hours

    EXEE3104 MacroeconomicsIIIB 3 Dr.MohamedAslambinGulamHassan 2hours

    EGEE2102 EconomicDevelopment 3 AzmahOthman

    *MelurNatasyabt.Saufi

    2hours

    EGEE2103 MalaysianEconomics 3 Dr.YongChenChen 2hours

    EXEE2107 CriticalThinkinginEconomics 3 Dr.RozaHazlibt.Zakaria 1hours

    EXEE2108 InternationalEconomicsIssues 3 Hasniahbt.Kasim 2hours

    EGEE3309 Hist oryofEconomicThought 3 Dr.Zarinahbt.Yusof

    2hours

    QuantitativeCourses

    ESEE1101 QuantitativeAnalysisA 3 NoorIsmawatiMohdJaafar 2hours

    ESEE1102 QuantitativeAnalysisB 3 MuzalwanaAbdTalib 2hours

    ESEE1105 StatisticsIC 4 AhmadFaridOsman

    MuzalwanaAbdTalib

    2hours

    ESEE2102 BasicEconometrics 3 Prof.Dr.IdrisJajri

    Dr.LauWeeYeap

    2hours

    ESEE2201 StatisticsII 3 TanPeiPei 2hours

    EEEE2101 IntroductiontoMathematical

    Economics

    3 AssocProf.Dr.KwekKianTeng 2hours

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    ELECTIVECOURSES

    Courses

    Code

    NameofCourses Credit

    Hours

    Lecturers Exam

    Duration

    EEEE2307 BankingandFinancialLaw 3 Dr.AbulQuasemAlAmin 2hours

    EEEE2308 IslamicBankingandFinance 3 Assoc.Prof.Dr.Hjh.Radiahbt.Abdul

    Kader

    2hours

    EEEE2315 EconomicsofRegional

    Integration

    3 Dr.LokeWaiHeng 2hours

    EEEE3312 FinancialEconomics 3 Dr.ChanSokGhee 2hours

    EEEE3314 MonetaryEconomyII 3 Prof.Dr.TanEuChye 2hours

    EEEE3315 IslamicBankingAndFinanceLaw 3 Lecturertobeidentified 2hours

    EGEE2302 ResourceandEnvironmental

    Economics

    3 Dr.Santhaa/[email protected] 2hours

    EGEE2303 Demography 3 Lecturertobeidentified 2hours

    EGEE2306 MalaysianBusinessLaw 3 Hanirabt.Hanafi 2hours

    EGEE3304 EconomicsofPopulationand

    Policies

    3 Lecturertobeidentified 2hours

    EGEE3313 EconomicsofFinancialMarket 3 SaadMohdSaid 2hours

    EGEE3314 EntrepreneurialEconomics 3 *PutriRozitaTahir 2hours

    EGEE3316 EconomicsofRegulation 3 RahmanbinIbrahim 2hoursEGEE3317 LabourEconomicsII 3 Hjh.Fatimahbt.Said

    Assoc.Prof.Dr.MarioArturoRuizEstrada

    2hours

    EGEE3319 EconomicsofEducation 3 AbdulKadirbinMatYazif 2hours

    EGEE3320 InternationalMacroeconomics 3 Dr.MohamedAslambinGulamHassan 2hours

    EREE2102 SmallEntrepreneurship

    Development

    3 MuhamadRidzwanMohamadDaud 2hours

    EREE3302 CurrentDevelopmentIssues 3 Dr.LeeHwokAun 2hours

    EREE3308 DevelopmentandBiotechnology 3 MohamadYusoffSanusi 2hours

    EREE3310 ComunityDevelopment 3 MohamadYusoffSanusi 2hours

    EREE3311 GrowthandDistribution 3 Azmahbt.Othman 2hours

    EPEE2105 MalaysiasPoliticalStructure

    andProcess

    3 MuhammadAsriBinMohdAli 2hour s

    EPEE2201 ComparativePoliticaland

    DevelopmentStrategiesForBusinessandEconomic

    Development

    3 Prof.Dr.EdmundTerenceGomez 2hours

    EPEE3111 IndustrialRelations 3 Lecturertobeidentified 2hours

    EPEE3115 ManagementSkillTechnique 3 NawiAbdullah 2hours

    EPEE3301 InternationalPolitics 3 Dr.NgeowChowBing 2hours

    EPEE3302 CommunicationinPoliticsand

    Administration

    3 Dr.BehLooSee 2hours

    EPEE3308 PublicPolicy 3 Assoc.Prof.Dr.SabithaMarican 2hours

    EPEE3309 PublicEnterprisesand

    Privatisation

    3 Dr.KuppusamySingaravelloo 1hour s

    EPEE3313 TotalQualityManagement 3 Assoc.Prof.Datuk Dr.Sharifuddin

    Zainuddin

    2hours

    EPEE3323 CompensationandBenefits 3 Dr.HjAliBoerhannoeddin 2hours

    ESEE2301BusinessComputing 3 Lecturertobeidentified

    2hours

    ESEE2302 ManagerialDecisionMaking 3 [email protected]

    Doraisamy

    2hours

    ESEE2305 DataAnalysis 3 Assoc. Prof.Dr.RohanaJani 2hours

    ESEE3108 FinancialEconometrics 3 Dr.LauWeeYeap 2hours

    ESEE3301 Techniques and Applications of

    Demography

    3 Assoc.Prof.TeyNaiPeng 2hours

    ESEE3305 ActuarialMathematics 3 NoorIsmawatiMohdJaafar 2hours

    ESEE3306 StatisticalComputing 3 Lecturertobeidentified 2hours

    ELECTIVECOURSESOFFEREDBYOTHERFACULTIES(KELF)

    Courses

    Code

    NameofCourses Credit

    Hours

    Lecturers Exam

    Duration

    EXEE1302 PrinciplesofEconomics 3 AbdulKadirbinMatYazif

    SaadbinMohdSaid

    2hours

    @ThiscourseisnotofferedtostudentsfromFEA/FPP,APM,API(minors)andFSSS(minors)andFSKTM(Businessminor)

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    SOFTSKILLS

    BeginningSemester II,Session2006/2007, undergraduatesat theUniversity ofMalayawill be

    evaluated for soft skills. These soft skills are embedded in the courses offered. The aim of

    introducingsoftskillsistodevelopamorephysicallyandmentallybalancedindividual.These

    softskillsarefundamentalinpreparingstudentstocompeteinthejobmarketthatisgrowingmore intense, and to face challenges of the real world. There are seven soft skills being

    evaluated,namely:

    1. CommunicationSkills,(CS)2. CriticalThinkingandProblemSolvingSkills,(CT)3. TeamSkills,(TS)4. LifelongLearningandInformationManagement,(LL)5. EntrepreneurialSkills,(KK)6. EthicsandProfessionalValues,(EM)and7. LeadershipSkills(LS).

    Certificateswillbeissuedtostudentswhohaveachievedasatisfactorylevelofsoftskills.Thosewhodonotattaintheexpectedlevelwillberequiredtoundergoasoftskillscourse.Acertificate

    willbeissuedtostudentsattheendofthecourse.

    THEACADEMICADVISORSYSTEM

    FunctionofanAcademicAdvisor

    AstudentisprovidedwithanAcademicAdvisorwhoisalecturerinthestudentsfieldofstudy

    whoseroleistoguidethestudentinplanninghisprogrammeofstudyby:

    (1) helping the student choose courses and credit hours the student will take before

    commencementofthesemester;and

    (2)providingguidancetothestudentinovercomingproblemsrelatedtolearning,ifany,based

    onhisacademicperformanceatmidsemesterandtheendofeachsemester.

    MeetingswiththeAcademicAdvisor

    AstudentisrequiredtomeetwiththeAcademicAdvisoratleastonceeverysemester.

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    FACULTYCORE

    BROADBASECOURSES

    INTRODUCTIONTOPOLITICALSCIENCE

    EPEE1102

    3Credit

    INTRODUCTIONTOPOLITICALSCIENCE

    Prerequisite

    None

    Learning

    Outcomes

    Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto:

    1. explainthekeyconceptsofpoliticssuchaspower,state,society,andgovernment;

    2. differentiate political systems such as democracy, authoritarian, andtotalitarian;and

    3. debatepoliticalissuescriticallythroughwrittenandspokenmedium.

    Synopsis This course contains five parts, mainly: the political concepts, political

    institutions, political participation, political ideology and international

    politics.

    References 1. Garner, R., Ferdinan,P. and Lawson S.,(2009). Introduction toPolitics.OxfordUniversityPress;KualaLumpur.

    2. AbdulRashidMoten&SyedSerajulIslam(2006).IntroductiontoPoliticalScence.Singapore:ThompsonAsiaPte.Ltd.

    SoftSkills

    CS1,CS2,CS3CT1

    TS1

    LL1,LL2

    EM1

    LS1

    Assessment

    ContinuousAssessment:40%

    FinalExamination:60%

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    INTRODUCTIONTOPUBLICADMINISTRATION

    EPEE1103

    3Credit

    INTRODUCTIONTOPUBLICADMINISTRATION

    Prerequisite

    None

    Learning

    Outcomes

    Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto:

    1. appraisetheroleofpublicadministrationindevelopment;2. applytheconceptspertainingtopublicadministration;and3. evaluatecriticallythe issuesandtrends inpublicadministrationandits

    rolesandfunctionsinthepoliticalsystem.

    Synopsis This course encompasses main themes in the discipline of public

    administration. They include state and society, public administration and

    politics,bureaucracyandpublicmanagement,changesandreformsinpublicadministration.

    References 1. Abdullah Sanusi Ahmad, Norma Mansor and Abdul Kuddus Ahmad.(2003). The Malaysian Bureaucracy: Four Decades of Development,

    PearsonPrenticeHall,KualaLumpur.

    2. Starling, Grover. (1998). Managing The Public Sector, Arcout BraceCollegePublisher,ForthWorth.

    3. ShafritzJayM.&HydeAlbert.(1997).ClassicsofPublicAdministrations,HarcoutBraceCollegePublisher,ForthWorth.

    4. AbdullahSanusiAhmad.(1994).PerkembanganPentadbiranAwamdanPengurusan:KoleksiCeramahUmum,DewanBahasadanPustaka,Kuala

    Lumpur.5.

    SoftSkills

    CS1,CS2,CS3

    TS1

    LL1

    Assessment

    ContinuousAssessment:40%

    FinalExamination:60%

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    INTRODUCTIONTOFINANCIALMANAGEMENTI

    EXEE1106

    4Credit

    INTRODUCTIONTOFINANCIALMANAGEMENTI

    Prerequisite

    None

    Learning

    Outcomes

    Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto:

    1.identifybasicprinciplesandapproachesoffinancialmanagement;

    2.comprehendtherolesandfunctionsoffinancialmanagers;and

    3.usebasicfinancialmanagementtoolsinpractice.

    Synopsis Thiscourse providesthestudentswith basicprinciples and approaches of

    financialmanagementinabusinessentity.Itencompassesbasicaccounting,

    financialconceptsaswellasshortandlongterminvestmentandfinancing.

    References 1. NorhayahZulkifli&Mohd.SarifIbrahim(2000),PerakaunanKewangan:

    PrinsipdanAmalan,edisikedua.KualaLumpur:ArifiResource.

    2. Khalid Ismail & Mahadzir Hamid, (2005), Perakaunan Awalan, edisikedua.PetalingJaya:PearsonPrenticeHall.

    3. Faudziah Zainal Abidin,NasruddinZainudin, Faizah Ismail danNurwatiAshikinAhmadZaluki(2005),PengurusanKewangan:TeoridanAplikasi.

    PetalingJaya:PearsonPrenticeHall.

    4. Brigham,EugeneF,.Houston, JoelF. (2004)FundamentalsOf FinancialManagement,10

    thedition.Ohio:Thomson.

    5. Block, Stanley.B. Hirt, Geoffrey A. (2002), Foundations of FinancialManagement,10

    thedition.Boston:McGrawHill.

    SoftSkills

    CS1,CS2,CS3

    EM1

    Assessment

    ContinuousAssessment:40%

    FinalExamination:60%

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    INTRODUCTIONTOLAW

    EGEE2305

    3Credit

    INTRODUCTIONTOLAW

    Prerequisite

    None

    Learning

    Outcomes

    Attheendofthecourse,the studentsareableto:

    1. explainthetypesandsourcesofMalaysianLaw;2. eleboratetheconceptsandbasictheoriesoflaw;3. identifytheimportantissuesinthelegalsystem;4. analysethoseissueswiththerelevanttheoriesoflaw;and5. suggestanyrelevantpolicyanddemonstrategoodcommunicationskills.

    Synopsis Thiscourseintendstoexposestudentstothebasicconceptsinlaw.Theseinclude the development and sourcesof the Malaysian law. The influence

    from the English law and its application to Malaysian law can be seen

    throughtheMalaysianlegalhistoryuntiltoday.Thiscoursealsocoversthe

    applicationofIslamiclawinMalaysiaaccordingtoFederalConstitutionwill

    alsobecovered.Inthetopicontheadministrationofjustice,studentswillbe

    exposed to the hierarchy of courts in Malaysia and their respective

    jurisdictionseitherincriminalorcivil law.Ashortdiscussionofthe Attorney

    Generalandbodieswithspecializedjurisdictionwillendthecourse.

    References 1. A.Bradney,F.Cownie,J.Masson,A.Neal,D.Newell,HowtoStudyLaw,3

    rdEd.,SweetMaxwell,London,(1995).

    2. Ahmad Ibrahim and Ahilemah Joned, The Malaysian Legal System,DewanBahasadanPustaka(1995).

    3. Barker,David&Padfield,Colin,Law,London,(1992).4. GranvilleWilliams,LearningTheLaw,11thEd.,London,StevenandSons

    (1982).5. WuMinAun,The Malaysian LegalSystem,2nd Ed.,Longman Malaysian

    SdnBhd,(1999).6. RelevantStatutes

    SoftSkills

    CS1,CS2,CS3

    CT1,CT2,CT3

    TS1,TS2

    EM1,EM2

    Assessment

    ContinuousAssessment:40%FinalExamination:60%

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    RESEARCHMETHODOLOGYI

    EXEE2112

    4Credit

    RESEARCHMETHODOLOGYI

    Prerequisite

    ESEE1105Statistics1C

    Learning

    Outcomes

    Attheendofthiscourse,studentsareableto:

    1.explaintheconceptandresearchmethods;

    2.identifyresearchproblemsandobjectives;

    3.applyrelevantresearchmethodstosolveresearchproblems;

    4.analyseinformationordatainlinewithresearchobjectives;and

    5.prepareresearchproposalandpaper.

    Synopsis Thiscourseexposesandtrainstudentsinconductingscientificresearch.Thecontentofthiscourseincludesresearchconcepts,issuesandapproachesfor

    addressingresearchproblems.Theemphasisisgivenonresearchproblems,

    the role of theory in research, and the methods of data collection and

    analyses. The students also are trained in the preparation of research

    proposalandpaperandareexposedwithstatisticalprogrammesinresearch.

    References 1. Saunders,M.,Lewis,P.,Thornhill,A.,(2007).ResearchMethodsforBusinessStudents,4

    thed.GreatBritain:PearsonEducationLtd.

    2. Babbie,E.,(2001).ThePracticeofSocialResearch,9th.Belmont:USA.3. SSalkind,N.J.(2006).ExploringResearch,6thedition.NewJersey:

    PearsonEducationInternational.

    SoftSkills

    CS1,CS2,CS3,CS4,CS5,CS6,CS7

    CT1,CT2,CT3

    TS1,TS2,TS3,TS4,TS5

    LL1,LL2

    KK1

    EM1,EM2,EM3LS1,LS2

    Assessment

    ContinuousAssessment:50%

    FinalExamination:50%

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    SOCIOLOGY

    EXEE2113

    3Credit

    SOCIOLOGYI

    Prerequisite

    None

    Learning

    Outcomes

    Attheendofthiscourse,studentsareableto:

    1.explainthebasicconceptsofsociologicalstudies;

    2.relatetheseconceptstoeconomicstudies;and

    3.applythebasicconceptstothemselvesandtheirrespectiverolesinthe

    community.

    Synopsis This course is an introduction to sociology. Topics covered include social

    theories,socialorganizationskinshipandfamily,cultureandreligion,socialstratificationclass,gender,raceandethnicityandcollectivebehaviorand

    socialchange.

    Reference 1. Tischler,HenryL.(2002).Introductionto Sociology7th Edition.TheHartcourtPress.

    2. Macionis,JohnJ,andLindaGerber.(2002).Sociology.Ontario:PrenticeHall.

    3. RodneyStark.(2004).Sociology,9thEdition.Belmont,CA:Wardsworth/ThomsonLearning.

    4. Kendall,Diana(2010).Sociologyinourtimes:TheEssentialsWadsworth.Australia

    SoftSkills

    CS1,CS2,CS3,CS4,CS5,CS6

    TS1,TS2,TS3

    Assessment

    ContinuousAssessment:50%

    FinalExamination:50%

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    FACULTYCORE

    ECONOMICCORECOURSES

    MICROECONOMICSIA

    EXEE1103

    3Credit/

    4Credit

    MICROECONOMICSIA

    Prerequisite

    None

    Learning

    Outcomes

    Attheendofthecourse,thestudentsareableto:

    1. basiceconomicproblem;2. explainprinciplesandofmicroeconomics;and3.

    applymicroeconomictheoryinmakingdecisionsinthemarket.

    Synopsis The course discusses topics on basic economic problems, principles of

    economics,demandandsupply,marketequilibrium,elasticitiesofdemand

    and supply, consumer and producer surplus, government policies, cost of

    production, perfect competition, monopoly, oligopoly and monopolistic

    competition

    References 1. MankiwN.G(2004),Principles ofEconomics.(3rd Ed.),ThomsonLearning.

    2. AbdulKadir&AzharHarun(2003),Mikroekonomi.ThomsonLearning.3. McEachernWilliamA.(2003).Microeconomics:AContemporary

    Introduction.(6th

    Ed.),ThomsonLearning.

    SoftSkills

    CS1,CS2,CS3

    CT1,CT2,CT3

    TS1,TS2

    Assessment

    ContinuousAssessment:40%

    FinalExamination:60%

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    MICROECONOMICSIIC

    EXEE2110

    4Credit

    MICROECONOMICSIIC

    Prerequisite

    PassesEXEE1103MicroeconomicsIA

    Learning

    Outcomes

    Attheendofthecourse,studentsareableto:

    1.elaboratethetheoryofconsumerbehaviourandtheproductiontheory;2.analyzeconsumerpreferencestowardsrisk;3. identifyprofitmaximizationconditionsintheshortrunandlongrun;and4.evaluatethegainsandlossesfromgovernmentpolicies.

    Synopsis The course will discuss the topics that related to consumer behaviour,

    individualandmarketdemands,riskanduncertainty,productiontheoryandproductioncosts.Thecoursewillalsodiscussonhowthefirmmaximizesthe

    profits.Atlast,thecoursewillexplainthecompetitivemarketanalysis.

    References 1. Pindyck,RobertS,andRubinfeld,DanielL.(2001).Microeconomics.(5thed.)NewJersey:PrenticeHall.

    2. Walter Nicholson. (2004). Intermediate Microeconomics and ItsApplications.(9

    thed.)NewYork:Thomson.

    3. Katz,Michael L.RosenandHarvey S (1999).Microeconomics. (7th ed.)NewYork:McGrawHill.

    4. Frank, Robert H. (1999).Microeconomics and Behavior. (4th ed.) NewYork:McGrawHill.

    SoftSkills

    CS1,CS2,CS3

    CT1,CT2,CT3

    TS1,TS2

    Assessment

    ContinuousAssessment:40%

    FinalExamination:60%

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    MICROECONOMICSIIIC

    EXEE3110

    4Credit

    MICROECONOMICSIIIC

    Prerequisite

    PassesEXEE2110MicroekonomiIIC

    Learning

    Outcomes

    Attheendofthecourse,thestudentsareableto:

    1. analyzemodelsofmonopolyandoligopolyusinggametheory;2. interprettopicsonpricingininputmarkets,generalequilibriumanalysis,

    marketfailuresandpoliticaleconomics;and

    3. applyarangeofsimplemathematicaltechniquesofeconomicanalysisinproblemsolving.

    Synopsis Market structures and their welfare implications; game theory; pricing ininput markets; general equilibrium and welfare economics; externalities;

    publicgoodsandpoliticaleconomics.

    References 1. Nicholson,W.(2005),MicroeconomicTheory,(9thed).,ThomsonSouthWestern.

    2. Katz,MichaelL.andRosen,HarveyS.(1998),Microeconomics,(3rded).,McGrawHill.

    SoftSkills

    CS1,CS2,CS3

    CT1,CT2,CT3

    TS1,TS2

    Assessment

    ContinuousAssessment:40%

    FinalExamination:60%

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    MACROECONOMICSIB

    EXEE1104

    3Credit

    MACROECONOMICSIB

    Prerequisite

    None

    Learning

    Outcomes

    Attheendofthecourse,thestudentsareableto:

    1. identifymacroeconomicsissuesandproblems;2. explaintheclassicalmacroeconomicstheory;3. elaboratetheKeynesianmacroeconomicstheoryandeconomicactivity

    determinations;

    4. analysisthetheoryofISLMandADAS;and5. assess the effectiveness ofmacroeconomicspolicy inclosed and open

    economy.

    Synopsis This course is divided in two parts. Part one discuss the issues and

    macroeconomic problems, national income concepts and accounting and

    incomedeterminationmodelinclosedandopenedeconomy.

    ParttwodiscussthederivationoftheISLMcurve,aggregatedemandand

    aggregatesupply curve, equilibrium inopeneconomyandeffectivenessof

    fiscalandmonetarypolicyintheeconomy.

    References 1. Richard T. Froyen(2002),Macroeconomics: Theories andPolicies, (7thed.),PrenticeHall.(RTF).

    2. ParkinM.&BadeR.(1988),ModernMacroeconomics,(2 ndEd.),PrenticeHall.(PB).

    SoftSkills

    CS1,CS2,CS3

    CT1,CT2,CT3

    TS1,TS2

    Assessment

    ContinuousAssessment:40%

    FinalExamination:60%

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    MACROECONOMICSIID

    EXEE2111

    4Credit

    MACROECONOMICSIID

    Prerequisite

    PassEXEE1104MacroeconomicsIB

    Learning

    Outcomes

    Attheendofthecourse,studentsareableto:

    1. explainthedeterminationofeconomicactivitybyapplyingtheoriesfromthemacroeconomicsmodeldiscussed;

    2. elaboratethemajordifferencesamongthe theoriesused in the modelsdiscussed;

    3. identify current economic problems (inflation, unemployment, sluggishaggregate demand and others) utilizing the explanation given by the

    theoriesfromthemacroeconomicsmodelexamined;4. discussthepolicyimplicationofthetheories;5. relate the recent and world economic experiences by applying the

    macroeconomicstheoriesdiscussed.

    Synopsis Discussing the macroeconomics model of Classical, Keynesian, Monetarist,

    NewClassicalandNewKeynesian.Focusisgiventothedifferencesinviews

    amongthe economists.Also discussesaremodern consumptiontheoriesof

    the Life Cycle Theory and Permanent Income Theory, fixed business

    investment, residential investment and inventory investment. The Keynes

    money demand theory isextended via the inventory theory of transaction

    moneydemand,precautionarymoneydemandtheoryandmoneydemandas

    behaviourtowardsrisk.Choicesofmonetarypolicytargetingarediscussedintheanalysisofmoneysupply.

    References 1. RichardT.Froyen(1996,2002,2005&2009),Macroeconomics:TheoriesandPolicies.

    2. Dornbush,R.andFischer,S.(1994&2004),Macroeconomics.3. Sloman,J.(2003),Economics.4. Parkin,M.(2005),Macroeconomics.5. Abel,A.B.andBernankeB.S.(2005),Macroeconomics.

    SoftSkills

    CS1,CS2,CS3

    CT1,CT2,CT3

    TS1,TS2LL1,LL2

    Assessment

    ContinuousAssessment:40%

    FinalExamination:60%

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    MACROECONOMICSIIID

    EXEE3111

    4Credit

    MACROECONOMICSIIID

    Prerequisite

    PassEXEE2111MacroeconomicsIID

    Learning

    Outcomes

    Attheendofthecourse,studentsareableto:

    1. identifyrelevantmacroeconomicissueswhicharesignificanttotheMalaysianeconomy;

    2. elaboratemacroeconomicissuesusingappropriatemacroeconomictheories;

    3. discussandrecommendappropriateeconomicpolicies;and4. analyzebusinesscyclesusingmacroeconomictheories.

    Synopsis This course will discuss various topics which include the Exchange Rate

    theory, assetmarket, capitalmovement based on UIRP and CIP; Portfolio

    Balance Model; economic growth theory, business cycles and policy

    formulationsformainmacroeconomicproblem

    References 1. Jones,Charles(2006).IntroductiontoEconomicGrowth,(2ndEd.).2. StephenWillamson,(2005).Macroeconomics,(2ndEd.).3. RobertJGordon2006.Macroeconomics,10thEdition.

    SoftSkills

    CS1,CS2,CS3

    CT1,CT2,CT3

    TS1,TS2LL1,LL2

    Assessment

    ContinuousAssessment:40%

    FinalExamination:60%

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    ECONOMICDEVELOPMENT

    EGEE2102

    3Credits

    ECONOMICDEVELOPMENT

    Prerequisite

    None

    Learning

    Outcomes

    Attheendofthiscourse,studentsareableto:

    1. describeeconomicgrowthanddevelopmentconcepts;2. interpretdevelopmenttheoriesandprocesses;and3. assessacountrysdevelopmentpolicy,problemsandpractices.

    Synopsis Thiscourselooksintoissues in economicdevelopment from thepoint of

    theories, policies and practices. Starting from observing the growth and

    development theories, ways to measure the process of growth anddevelopment, this course then examines economic changes, development

    andchallengesfaced by lessdevelopedcountries.The majordevelopment

    policies, practices and its effects will be analysed with reference to the

    experienceofdevelopedcountries.

    References 1. Dowling, J.M and Valenzuela, M.R. (2004). Economic Development inAsia.Singapore:ThomsonLearning.

    2. Todaro, Micheal. (2000). Economic Development. (9th ed.) Essex:AddisonWesley.

    3.Thirwall,A.P.(1994).GrowthAndDevelopment.London:Macmillan.

    4.Gillis,Malcom,etal.(1996).EconomicsofDevelopment.Norton.

    5. Meier, Gerald, M and JosephStiglitz. (2001). Frontiers in DevelopmentEconomics:TheFutureInPerspective.WorldBankandOxfordUniversity

    Press.

    SoftSkills

    CS1,CS2,CS3

    TS1,TS2,

    LL1,LL2

    Assessment

    ContinuousAssessment:40%

    FinalExamination:60%

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    MALAYSIANECONOMY

    EGEE2103

    3Credit

    MALAYSIANECONOMY

    Prerequisite

    None

    Learning

    Outcomes

    Attheendofthecourse,thestudentsareableto:

    1. elaboratepolicies,issues,achievementsandimplicationsfortheMalaysianeconomy;

    2. analyzecriticallycurrentissuesofMalaysianeconomy;and3. relatetheorytorealworldproblemswithreferencetoMalaysian

    economy.

    Synopsis The course focuses on issues which relate to the Malaysian economy.Discussion focuses on economic aspects of microeconomic and

    macroeconomicissues.Bothinternalandexternalfactorsthatinfluencethe

    economywillalsobeexamined.

    References 1. Malaysia, Development Plans 19. Kuala Lumpur: Kerajaan Malaysia,variousyears.

    2. BNM,AnnualReportvariousyears.KualaLumpur:BNM.3. MOF,EconomicReport,variousyears.Putrajaya:MinistryofFinance4. Malaysia,OutlinePerspectivePlan,KualaLumpur,Malaysia.5. Malaysia,Vision2020,KualaLumpur.6. Poon,W.C.,(2008),MalaysianEconomy.Pearson/Prentice7. Neac,NewEconomicModelforMalaysia,NationalEconomicAdvisoryCouncil.8. Malaysia,GovernmentTransformationProgramme,PrimeMinisters

    Department.

    9. 10thMalaysiaPlan,20112015,EconomicPlanningUnit,Malaysia.10.GovernmentTransformationprogrammeAnnualReport2010,PrimeMinisterOffice,Malaysia.

    SoftSkills

    CS1,CS2,CS3,

    CT1,CT2,CT3

    TS1,TS2

    LS1,LS2

    LL1,LL2

    Assessment

    ContinuousAssessment:40%

    FinalExamination:60%

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    CRITICALTHINKINGINECONOMICS

    EXEE2107

    3Credit

    CRITICALTHINKINGINECONOMICS

    Prerequisite

    Student2ndyearandabove.

    Learning

    Outcomes

    Attheendofthecourse,thestudentsareableto:

    1. elaboratebasicconceptsandprinciplesincriticalthinking;2. applyprinciples in critical thinking to theoreticaland empirical issues;

    and

    3. debatelogicallyandcriticallyonvariousissuesineconomics.

    Synopsis Thecoursecoverstheformulationandpresentationofeconomicarguments,commonfallaciesineconomics,theuseofdeductiveandinductivereasoning

    ineconomictheory,evaluationofeconomicpolicies.

    References 1. Epstein,R.L.andKernberger,C.(2005).TheGuidetoCriticalThinkinginEconomics.ThomsonSouthWestern.

    2. Epstein,R.L.(2002).CriticalThinking.ThomsonSouthWestern.3. Verlinden, J.(2005).CriticalThinkingandEverydayArgument.Thomson

    Learning.

    4. Swartz, T.R. and Bonello, F.J. (2001). Taking Sides: Clashing Views onControversialEconomicIssues.McGrawHill.

    SoftSkills

    CS1,CS2,CS3CT1,CT2,CT3

    Assessment

    ContinuousAssessment:60%

    FinalExamination:40%

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    INTERNATIONALECONOMICSISSUES

    EXEE2108

    3Credit

    INTERNATIONALECONOMICSISSUES

    Prerequisite

    Student2ndyearandabove

    Learning

    Outcomes

    Attheendofthecourse,thestudentsareableto:

    1. explainmajorinternationaleconomicissues;2. identifycrucial internationaleconomic issuestoeconomicexpansionof

    developingcountries;

    3. analyzeeconomicissuesbasedontheories;and4. presenteffectively(communication)bydeliveringproposalandsolution

    ofrelatedeconomicissues.

    Synopsis This course covers topics on globalisation and it impact on developing

    countries; the role international capital (and FDI) in world economy;

    international monetary system (old and new), the role of US$Yen

    Dmarks/Euro; International Financial Architechure; International

    Organisation, IMF,WorldBankandWTO; InternationalTradeAgreements:

    Uruguay Roundand Doha; regional economic integration;oil crisis, 1970s

    and2000s;ChinaIndiaBrazilRussiaeconomies.

    References 1. Isard,Peter(2005)GlobalizationandtheInternationalFinancialSystem,CambridgeUniversityPress.

    2. Scholte, Jan Aart (2005) Globalization. A critical introduction, SecondEdition,Palgrave,London.

    3. McKinnon, Ronald (1997) The Rules of the Game, MIT Press,Massachusetts.

    4. ManfredBSreger(2003)Globalization.Averyshortintroduction,OxfordUniversityPress.

    SoftSkills

    CS1,CS2,CS3

    CT1,CT2,CT3

    TS1,TS2

    Assessment

    ContinuousAssessment:40%

    FinalExamination:60%

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    HISTORYOFECONOMICTHOUGHT

    EGEE3309

    3Credit

    HISTORYOFECONOMICTHOUGHT

    Prerequisite

    None

    Learning

    Outcomes

    Attheendofthecourse,thestudentsareableto:

    1. explainthedevelopmentofeconomicthought;2. discussthecontributionsanddeficientofthetheoriesandideasofthe

    thinkersinhistoryofeconomicthought;

    3. differentiatethedifferentviewsoftheeconomists;4. elaboratethedevelopmentoftheeconomictheoriesbytheorthodox

    economistsandheterodoxeconomists.

    Synopsis Thecoursediscussesthedevelopmentofeconomicideas andtheoriessince

    theancientGreek(300B.C.)tothetwentiethcentury(1970s1990s).

    Concernofdiscussionsisonhowpastmainstreamthoughthascontributed

    tothemoderneconomicthought.Thediscussionscoverdeviationsfrom

    orthodoxy,majormethodologicalissues,therelationshipsbetweenthe

    developmentofthetheoryandtheprevailingeconomicconditions,

    implicationsofsocioeconomicpolicy,thedevelopmentofmodern

    macroeconomicstheoryandmodernheterodoxeconomicthought.

    R