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Rasyad Parinduri

Associate Professor of Business Economics, Chair of Research Ethics Committee, Faculty of Social Sciences

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Biography

Rasyad A. Parinduri is an Associate Professor of Business Economics. He does research on the intersection of industrial organisation and development economics---on how policies and market changes affect development, competition, labour outcomes, and trade. He has published in, among others, the Oxford Economic Papers, Economics of Education Review, Journal of Development Studies, and World Development.

Teaching Summary

Rasyad teaches industrial organisation (the economics of markets, competition and strategic interactions among firms). In the past, he taught introductory modules in economics, both introductory… read more

Research Summary

Rasyad studies how policies and market changes affect people, households, and firms. For example, in a new working paper, he looks at the effects children on labour supply in foreign markets. In… read more

Selected Publications

Rasyad has the following administrative roles:

  • Chair, NUBS Research Ethics Committee.

Rasyad teaches industrial organisation (the economics of markets, competition and strategic interactions among firms). In the past, he taught introductory modules in economics, both introductory microeconomics and macroeconomics, and research methods.

This academic year, he teaches the following modules:

  • Business Economics (BUSI1105)
  • Industrial Economics III: Market Structure and Competition (BUSI3164)

Business Economics is an introductory economics module; he will teach the microeconomics part. Industrial Economics III is a third year module on competition policies and structure, conduct, and performance approach to industrial economics.

Current Research

Rasyad studies how policies and market changes affect people, households, and firms. For example, in a new working paper, he looks at the effects children on labour supply in foreign markets. In another, he examines whether land tenure security improves farmers' productivity. Some of his recent journal articles and working papers are as follows:

An access to his work is available from his personal page.

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