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- Research Methods in Business –Qualitative Analysis
- Master of Arts (Economics)
- Bachelor of Education
- Bachelor of Arts
Memberships and Affiliations:
- New Zealand Association of Economists (NZAE)
- NZ ASIA
Lecturer in the Business school since 2008. My expertise is in the teaching and learning of economics for Pre-degree and first year students in Bachelor of Business. I am passionate about making economics fun and relevant. I enjoy the opportunity of flexible teaching that AUT provides its students.
My interest also lies in Development Economics. My specific area of interest is in understanding the evolving role of Indian women.
- Certificate in Business 304001 -lecturer
- Economic Principles 1 375001-tutor
- Co-operative Education -Academic Supervisor for students majoring in Economics
- Data Analysis of Child Sexual Abuse (2010)
- Study of Indian women using National Family Health Survey 1992-2006-ASAA conference presentation (2012)
The data suggests that India’s rise in economic growth has not brought significant positive returns to women. Women make up half of human capital in India. Neglecting this resource of human capital will significantly reduce economic growth and wealth formation of India.
Jülich, S., Rossouw, S., Hoover, M. and McGregor, K. 2011. Profile of a predator. Submitted to the Journal of Child Sexual Abuse.