Dr Ly Slesman @ Sulaiman Mohd Ali

slesman.ly@ubd.edu.bn

Assistant Professor, Centre for Advanced Research

          

                    

L. Slesman @ Sulaiman is a researcher and social statistician at the Centre for Advanced Research (CARe). Prior to joining CARe, he was a senior lecturer at the Department of Economics, Faculty of Economics and Management (FEP), Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM), where he had taught econometrics and economic courses.

EDUCATION

Ph.D. (Economics), Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM)
M.Econ. (Economics), International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM)
B.A. (Political Science), International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM)

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Political Economy of Development Process; Linear and Nonlinear Relationships among Formal Institutions/Governance, Informal/Social Institutions, Capital Flows, Foreign Aid, Financial Development, Conflicts, Socio-economic Development, Poverty, and Resource Rents; Applied Econometrics/Regression Analysis, Panel Data Econometrics/Regression Analysis and Macroeconomics.

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RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Slesman, L., Baharumshah, A.Z., & Azman-Saini, W.N.W. (2019). Political Institutions and Finance-Growth Nexus in Emerging Markets and Developing Countries: A Tale of One Threshold. Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, 72, 80-100. (WOS/SCOPUS Journal, Elsevier)

Abdlaziz, R.A., Naseem, N.A.M., Slesman, L., & Ahmed, Y.A. (2019). The Impact of Oil Price Shocks on the Military Expenditure of Selected MENA Oil Exporting Countries: Symmetric and Asymmetric Co-Integration Analysis. Iranian Economic Review. Article in Press. (SCOPUS Journal).

Slesman, L. (2018). Market-Supporting Institutions, Institutional Complementarities and Economic Growth: New Evidence on the Nonlinear Relationship. Forthcoming in a special issue of the International Journal of Economics and Management. (SCOPUS Journal).

Abdlaziz, R. A., Naseem, N. A. M., & Slesman, L. (2018). Dutch Disease Effect of Oil Price on Agriculture Sector: Evidence from Panel Cointegration of Oil Exporting Countries. International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy, 8(5), 241-250. (SCOPUS Journal).

Slesman, L., Naseem, N.A.M., & Aldomi, R.F.M. (2017). Economic Freedom, Real Exchange Rate and Economic Growth in Emerging Markets and Developing Countries. International Journal of Economics and Management. 11 (S3), 641 – 659. (SCOPUS Journal).

Baharumshah, A.Z., Slesman, L., & Devadason, E.S. (2017). Types of Foreign Capital Inflows and economic Growth: New Evidence on Role of Financial Markets. Journal of International Development. 29(6), 768-789. (ISI/SSCI/WOS/SCOPUS, Impact Factor: 1.027, Wiley-Blackwell).

TOP PUBLICATIONS

Slesman, L., Baharumshah, A.Z., & Ra’ees, W. (2015). Institutional Infrastructure and Economic Growth in Member Countries of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC). Economic Modelling, 51(December), 214-226. (ISI/SSCI/WOS/SCOPUS, Impact Factor: 2.056, Elsevier).

Slesman, L., Baharumshah, A.Z., & Wohar, M.E. (2015). Foreign Capital Inflows and Economic Growth: Does the Role of Institutions Matter? International Journal of Finance & Economics. 20(3), 253-275. (ISI/SSCI/WOS/SCOPUS, Impact Factor: 0.636, Wiley-Blackwell).

Baharumshah, A.Z., Slesman, L., & Wohar, M.E. (2016). Inflation, Inflation Uncertainty, and Economic Growth in Emerging and Developing Countries: Panel Data Evidence. Economic Systems. 40(4), 638-657. (ISI/SSCI/WOS/SCOPUS, Impact Factor: 1.326, Elsevier).

Baharumshah, A.Z., Slesman, L., & Devadason, E.S. (2017). Types of Foreign Capital Inflows and economic Growth: New Evidence on Role of Financial Markets. Journal of International Development. 29(6), 768-789. (ISI/SSCI/WOS/SCOPUS, Impact Factor: 1.027, Wiley-Blackwell).

Slesman, L., Baharumshah, A.Z., & Azman-Saini, W.N.W. (2019). Political Institutions and Finance-Growth Nexus in Emerging Markets and Developing Countries: A Tale of One Threshold. Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, 72, 80-100. (WOS/SCOPUS Journal, Elsevier).