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Dr Hossein Jalilian

PositionReader in Development Economics, Programme Director in MSc Economics and Finance for Development
LocationPemberton P1.28
DepartmentPeace Studies and International Development
Telephone+44 (0) 1274 235261
Emailh.jalilian@bradford.ac.uk

Research Interests (key words only)

Quantitative Methods, including Econometrics, Input-Output, Social Accounting Matrices and Computable General Equilibrium Models - Application of: Economic Policy Analysis, International Investment Project Analysis; including Risk and Uncertainty analysis, Forecasting Computing and its uses in Social Sciences

Administrative Responsibilities

2012 - Director for Post-graduate Research Students, SSIS

2010 - Admission tutor, BCID

2010 - Co-ordinator, MSc in Finance and development, BCID

Professional History

2007 – 2010  Director of Research, CDRI (on LoA from the UoB)

1999 – 2007 Senior Lecturer, Bradford Centre for International Development (BCID)

1994 – 1999 Lecturer, Development and Project Planning Centre

1991 – 1994 Lecturer, University of Edinburgh

1989 – 1991 Lecturer, University of Southampton

1987 – 1989 Research Officer, Institute of Economics and Statistics, University of Oxford

Publications

Journal articles (recent)

  • (2010a): A double blow to the poor: Cambodia’s food security in the face of food and economic shocks, Annual Development Review 2009-2010, page 53-67, (Phnom Penh: CDRI). (with G. Reyes and P. Lun)

  • (2010b): Cambodia in the Sweep of the Global Financial and Economic Crisis”, Annual Development Review 2009-2010, page 21-51, (Phnom Penh: CDRI) (with G. Reyes).

  • (2010c): Liquidity and Credit Squeeze: Impact of the Global Financial and Economic Crisis on the Domestic Banking System, Cambodia Development Review, vol.14, issue 1: page 1-6 (Phnom Penh: CDRI) (with G. Reyes)

  •  (2009a): The Impact of the Global Financial and Economic Crisis on the Poor and Vulnerable in Cambodia, Cambodia Development Review, vol.13, issue 3, page 1-4, (Phnom Penh: CDRI).

  • (2009b): Food Price Changes and Their Consequences for Vulnerable Groups: What Lessons Can Be Learned?, Annual Development Review 2008-2009, page 17-38, (Phnom Penh: CDRI).

  • (2009c): Potential Impact of the Financial Crisis on the Poor and Vulnerable Groups in Cambodia, Cambodia Development Review, vol.13, issue 2, Page 13-15, (Phnom Penh: CDRI).

Authored/edited books (recent)

  • (2011): Improving Health Sector Performance: Institutions, Motivations and Incentives, ISEAS, Singapore. (edited, with V. Sen)

  • (2012): Labour migration within GMS, ISEAS, Singapore. (edited)

Books accepted for publication

  • (Forthcoming-a): Impact of China on growth and poverty reduction within GMS (Based on the Rockefeller Foundation funded research). (edited)

  • (Forthcoming-b): Impact of global financial and economic crisis on Cambodia (Based on DfID, FAO and WB funded studies conducted on the topic), ISEAS, Singapore (with G. Reyes, S. So and K. Thong)

  • (Forthcoming-c): Land management and agriculture productivity in Cambodia, ISEAS, Singapore (with B. Flower)

Chapters in books and other publications (recent)

  • (Forthcoming): Chapter 1- China’s Impact on Poverty in the Mekong Sub Region: An Introduction (with B. Flower) in Jalilian (forthcoming-a)

  • (2012): Chapter 1: Migrants of the Mekong – Wins and Losses (with G. Reyes), in Jalilian (2012)

  • (2012): Chapter 6- Migrants of the Mekong – Lessons (with G. Reyes), in Jalilian (2012)

  • (2010a): The global financial crisis and developing countries- Phase 2 synthesis. ODI Working Paper 316, Overseas Development Institute, UK (With te Velde and others)(36 pp), March.

  • (2010c): Global financial crisis discussion series-Paper 14: Cambodia phase 2.  Overseas Development Institute, UK. (With G. Reyes)(58 pp), Jan.

  • (2009a): The global financial crisis and developing countries- Synthesis of the findings of 10 country case studies. ODI, Working Paper 306.  Overseas Development Institute, UK (With te Velde and others)(67 pp), June.

  • (2009b): Global financial crisis discussion series- Paper 4: Cambodia.  Overseas Development Institute, UK. (with C. Sophal, G. Reyes and  Saing Chanhang) (57 pp), May.

  • (2009c), The Environmental Impacts of the ASEAN-China Free Trade Agreement for Countries in the Greater Mekong Sub-region, CDRI, Working paper No. 41 (with V.  Hing)

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