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Ramez Abubakar Abdrulrazzaq Ba Deeb

Assistant Professor of Business Economics, Faculty of Social Sciences

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Biography

Expertise Summary

Dr. Badeeb is an assistant professor in Business Economics at Nottingham University Business School, The University of Nottingham, Malaysia. He received his Ph.D. in Financial Economics from Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM). Previously, he served as a senior lecturer in international Finance and economics at Curtin University Malaysia. He is an experienced researcher in the field of Energy Finance & Economics and Resources Economics. He published several articles in top-tier ranking peer-reviewed journals such as Energy Economics, Resources Policy, and Renewable Energy. He is also a reviewer for many peer-review journals such as Energy Economics, Energy Policy, Resources Policy, Environmental Sciences & Pollution Research, Journal of Cleaner Production, and Economics System. Dr. Badeeb won several Research and teaching excellence Awards. He is also a Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy.

Teaching Summary

Dr. Badeeb has taught various modules of Economics and Finance such as International Finance, Financial Instruments and Markets, and Econometrics. Currently, he teaches Business Economics, Market… read more

Research Summary

Dr. Badeeb is an applied energy and environmental economist with broad theoretical and empirical interests. Oil price/rent & Energy aspects amid economic and financial challenges along with… read more

Recent Publications

Dr. Badeeb has taught various modules of Economics and Finance such as International Finance, Financial Instruments and Markets, and Econometrics. Currently, he teaches Business Economics, Market Structure & Competition, and Games & Strategies.

Current Research

Dr. Badeeb is an applied energy and environmental economist with broad theoretical and empirical interests. Oil price/rent & Energy aspects amid economic and financial challenges along with sustainable development issues in resource-based economies are the core of his current research. Currently, he is a leader of funded research project under the title: Green Finance and Energy Poverty: A Comparative Study of The Linkage Mechanisms between China and Malaysia-.

Past Research

  • Project leader: Fundamental Research Grant Scheme (FRGS), Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia (2019) (2019-2022). Research title: Modelling Growth Maximizing Oil Rent Threshold in Malaysian Knowledge-Based Manufacturing Sector
  • Fundamental Research Grant Scheme (FRGS), Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia (2018) (Role: Co-investigator): (2018-2021). Research title: A Fundamental Study of Energy Curse Threshold in the Environmental Kuznets Curve.
  • Project leader: Curtin Malaysia Research Grant (2020-2022). Research title: The impact of Financial Inclusion on Poverty, Inequality and Economic Growth: The Role of Financial Innovation.
  • Research fellow: project "Renewable Energy and Sustainable Development in Asia:- Universiti Sains Malaysia 2015-2017
  • Participated in preparing the First Professional Economic Report on Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in the Middle East.- United Nations Development Program (UNDP) 2012.
  • ZHENG L, KHAN Z, BADEEB RA and ZHANG L, 2023. How G-7 Countries are Paving the Way for Net-Zero Emission through Energy Efficient Ecosystem Energy Economics.
  • BADEEB RA, CLARK J and PHILIP A, 2023. Modeling the time-varying effects of oil rent on manufacturing: Implications from structural change in an oil based emerging economy Environmental Science and Pollution researches.
  • BADEEB RA, SZULCZYK K and ZAHRA S, 2023. Innovation dynamics in the natural resource curse hypothesis: A new perspective from BRICS countries Resources Policy. (In Press.)
  • KHAN Z, BADEEB RA and NAWAZ K, 2022. Natural resources and economic performance: Evaluating the role of political risk and renewable energy consumption RESOURCES POLICY. 78,
  • SZULCZYK K and BADEEB RA, 2022. Nontraditional sources for biodiesel production in Malaysia: The economic evaluation of hemp, jatropha, and kenaf biodiesel RENEWABLE ENERGY. 192, 759-768
  • MA Q, HAN X, BADEEB RA and KHAN Z, 2022. On the sustainable trade development: Do Financial inclusion and eco-innovation matter? Evidence from method of moments quantile regression SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT.
  • ZAHRA S and BADEEB RA, 2022. The impact of fiscal decentralization, green energy, and economic policy uncertainty on sustainable environment: a new perspective from ecological footprint in five OECD countries ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND POLLUTION RESEARCH.
  • BADEEB RA, SZULCZYK K and LEAN HH, 2021. Asymmetries in the effect of oil rent shocks on economic growth: A sectoral analysis from the perspective of the oil curse RESOURCES POLICY. 74,
  • BADEEB RA, LEAN HH and SHAHBAZ M, 2020. Are too many natural resources to blame for the shape of the Environmental Kuznets Curve in resource-based economies? RESOURCES POLICY. 68,
  • BADEEB RA and LEAN HH, 2018. Asymmetric impact of oil price on Islamic sectoral stocks ENERGY ECONOMICS. 71, 128-139
  • EHIGIAMUSOE KU, LEAN HH and BADEEB RA, 2017. Finance-Growth Nexus in Cote D'Ivoire and Nigeria: Does the Proxy of Financial Development Matter? PERTANIKA JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCE AND HUMANITIES. 25(1), 401-415
  • BADEEB RA and LEAN HH, 2017. Natural Resources and Productivity: Can Banking Development Mitigate the Curse? ECONOMIES. 5(2),
  • BADEEB RA and LEAN HH, 2017. Financial development, oil dependence and economic growth Evidence from the Republic of Yemen STUDIES IN ECONOMICS AND FINANCE. 34(2), 281-298
  • BADEEB RA, LEAN HH and CLARK J, 2017. The evolution of the natural resource curse thesis: A critical literature survey RESOURCES POLICY. 51, 123-134
  • BADEEB RA, LEAN HH and SMYTH R, 2016. Oil curse and finance-growth nexus in Malaysia: The role of investment ENERGY ECONOMICS. 57, 154-165
  • BADEEB RA and LEAN HH, 2014. Is there a Natural Resource Curse in Finance-Growth Nexus? The Case of Malaysia PROCEEDINGS OF INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CONTEMPORARY ECONOMIC ISSUES 2014: STIMULATING ECONOMIC GROWTH, IMPROVING QUALITY OF LIFE & ENHANCING YOUTH INVOLVEMENT. 39-46

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