I must know before teaching the topic students want to discuss with me. I prepare a lesson plan for the text. In course of delivering lesson I usually ask students questions about issues what students need to know to clarify them and build a sound foundation of the subject.
I have a PhD in economics. I have taught at the VCE level. I have been tutoring undergraduate students for 5 years at Deakin university. I regularly contribute to journal ECODATE being used by VCE and undergraduate students as a reference.
Must be after 5pm and some other adults must be at home
Mohammad Shihab Khan
E C O N O M I C S P H. D | P R O F E S S I O N A L
(concealed information) Dandenong, VIC, 3175
P R O F E S S I O N A L P R O F I L E
I am a dedicated economics Ph.D. professional who has worked in a variety of environments enabling a wide set of skills to be developed to support any number of professional settings. Timely focus on meeting internal and external customer expectations in addition to proactive communication ensures I am a valuable member of the team.
E D U C A T I O N
Doctor of Philosophy in Economics
Deakin University, VIC
Master of Economic Studies University of New England, NSW
Master of Applied Econometrics Monash University, VIC
Graduate Diploma of Applied
Econometrics Monash University, VIC
Graduate Diploma of Economic
Studies Monash University, VIC
Master of Commerce in Economics
Deakin University, VIC
Master of Social Science in
Economics University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
Bachelor of Social Science with Honours in Economics University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
E X P E R I E N C E
Economics/Finance Department, Deakin University | Burwood Campus, VIC | 2013 – till date
Scope: My role focused on providing high quality teaching and assessment in Micro and Macroeconomic and Fundamentals of Finance and International Finance and Investment courses, contributing to the work of the School and the learning and development of the students. Key to the role was maintaining a high degree of attention to detail and practicing good communication skills. Some of my duties included providing a range of strategies to offer support to students learning, using teaching and learning objectives to plan lessons and contributing to the teaching teams
• Preparing and conducting tutorials, under the supervision of the unit chair and/or the lecturer
• Reviewing and improving teaching activities, and engaging in continuing professional development related to teaching
• Marking and assessment in accordance with university policies, under the supervision of the unit chair and/or the lecturer
• Conducting consultation with students, and responses to student enquiries
Department of Management, Monash University | Clayton, VIC | 2006 – 2007
Scope: My role focused providing a complete and timely delivery of tutorial exercises. My Key role was to encourage students to engage in discussions. Some of my other duties included marking assignments and assessing examination scripts and engaging students in their learning and help them achieve their academic targets.
• Preparing and conducting classes including assessment and consultation with students, and engagement with other educational technologies, including on-line platforms, under supervision of the lecturer and/or the unit chair
• Contributing to curriculum development, including assurance of learning requirements of accreditation
• Conducting course and assessment moderation and peer review
• Engaging in fair, ethical and professional work practices in accordance with the University Code of Conduct
S K I L L S
Leadership Conflict Resolution Emotional Intelligence Professionalism Building Rapport
S O F T W A R E
O T H E R A C H I E V E M E N T S
Developed innovative approaches in teaching through participation in the workshops organized by the
E X P E R I E N C E (C O N T I N U E D )
SESSIONAL LECTURER AND TUTOR
Melbourne Institute of Technology | Melbourne CBD, VIC | 2005 – 2006
Scope: My role focused on delivering high quality specialist teaching and related support to students learning course, in the context of curriculum content, established learning outcomes and teaching methodologies, prevailing policies and procedures. Key to the role was maintaining a flexible approach and being detailed oriented. Some of my duties included lecturing and tutoring subjects on Translation Theory, Ethics in Translation Practices, Contextual studies and English Language Consolidation for Translators, preparing questions for tutorials and examinations and assignments, marking examination scripts and evaluating assignments.
PART-TIME PROCESS WORKER
Supreme Packaging Pty Ltd | Clayton, VIC | 2005 – 2019 (June)
Scope: My role focuses on preparing and preserving of a wide selection of produced items. Key to the role is maintaining reliability and being flexible. Some of my duties include boxing produced items, labelling and putting them on pallets, arranging pallets on racks, filing documents of production and doing other duties where and when necessary
Earlier roles included Sales Assistant with the Le Serge Leather Goods Pty Ltd, Sessional Tutoring with Deakin University, Research Assistant of a project entitled “Productivity of dairy industries in Victoria” under Chris Doucouliagos and Phillip Hone, Department of Economics, Deakin University, Lecturing in public university Colleges (Brahmanbaria and Patuakhali), and Aga Khan College, Notre Dame college, Lending Officer of the Al-Baraka Bank Bangladesh Ltd and Research Assistant of three projects: (i) Impacts of HYV rice in Bangladesh, (ii) Urban informal sector in Bangladesh, both under Prof. Dr Mustafa Alam and (iii) Diffusion of imported technology in Bangladesh under Prof. Hafiz G. A. Siddiqui
| 1987, 1997
Graduate School of Business,
Monash University during
2006 – 2007
W O R K - IN - P R O G R E S S (% complete)
• Determinants of electoral
behaviour in Bangladesh: A test
of economic voting model
• Determinants of swing vote in Bangladesh: A test of median voter theorem (20%)
• Demand for Bank Loan and the Parliamentary Elections in Bangladesh (50%)
• Political Linkages and Profits of the Commercial Banks in Bangladesh
A C H I E V E M E N T S
• Won championship in the Three Minute Thesis Competition at The Faculty of Business and Law, Deakin University, in 2014.
• Presented in HDR colloquia since commencement of my PhD candidature in
Semester 1, 2013. Last two presentations have been recorded and posted in the website of the Deakin University.
• Developed course outlines for “Advanced Diploma in Translation” in the Melbourne Institute of Technology from a short and unclear guideline within a very short span of time and ran the course for 1.5 years.
• Taught some linguistic subjects which I never studied in any educational institution. A tremendous self-help approach was the driving force in this regard.
• Received acclamatory remarks from distinguished writers in Bangladesh, on my writings on contemporary economic, social and political issues in Bangladesh. They were published in the national newspapers & magazines.
• Received talent-pool scholarships throughout student life.
• Received awards at the national level by participating in essay competitions on various issues.
• Recipient of Deakin University Dean’s scholarship and Deakin University Post- Graduate Assistance.
I N T E R E S T S
Debating on Politics, Economic
and Social Issues
P U B L I C A T I O N
General: Published more than fifty short articles on economic, social and political issues of Bangladesh in the leading English and Bengali daily national newspapers and weekly and fortnightly magazines in Bangladesh
Research Works (published and unpublished):
(i) Khan, M.S.(2018). “Electoral Behaviour in Bangladesh:1991-2008” (unpublished), a thesis submitted to the Economics Department, Deakin University, for fulfillment of Doctor of Philosophy
(ii) Khan, M. S. (2010). “Electoral Behaviour in the Parliamentary Elections in Bangladesh under the Non-political Caretaker Government: A Test of Reward-Punishment Model” (unpublished), a research report submitted to the Department of Econometrics and Business statistics, Monash University, for fulfilment of Master of Applied Econometrics
(iii) Khan, M. S. (2001). “The Sources of Economic Growth in Bangladesh: 1972/73-1996/97” (unpublished) - a thesis submitted to the Deakin University for fulfilment of Master of Commerce (Economics) Degree by research
(iv) Khan, M. S. (1995). “Career Counselling: A Missing Link in the HRD Policy of Bangladesh”, Journal of Bangladesh Economics Teachers’ Association, Bangladesh
(v) Khan, M. S. (1994). “Desirability and Feasibility of Social Utility Banking in Bangladesh: A Micro Level Study.” Bank Parikrama. Journal of Bangladesh Institute of Bank Management, XIX (3 and 4)
(i) Khan, M.S. (2015). “Spatial Spillover Effects on Voting in Bangladesh”. Paper presented at the 8th Australasian Public Choice Conference, Queensland University of Technology, Queensland, Australia, 3-4 December, 2015.
(ii) Khan, M.S. (2014). “Determinants of vote share (winners and losers) in Bangladesh”. Paper presented at the 7th Australasian Public Choice Conference, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, 5-6 December, 2014.
(iii) Khan, M.S. (1998). “Gradual Transformation from Poverty-Trap to Growth Path: A Conceptual Framework for the Grameen Bank Borrowers of Bangladesh.” (Abstract).
(iv) Economists’ Conference (Sep.28- Oct.01, 1998), University of Sydney.
(v) iv) Khan, M. S. (1997). “Banking with Graduated Borrower: The Case of the Grameen Bank of Bangladesh.” (Abstract). International Conference on Liberalization in Asia (11th and 12th December, 1997, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia.
Khan, M.S. (2019). Was the Decision to Float the Australian Dollar a Good One? ECODATE, Vol. 33(1):3-7.
“Privatizing Industrial Regulatory Functions in Bangladesh” by Dr. Sadrel Reza and Dr. Mizanur Rahman Shelly. Asian Affairs, XVI (3).1994.
R E F E R E N C E S
P r o f . C h r i s D o u c o u l i a g o s
P r i n c i p a l S u p e r v i s o r
Department of Economics, Deakin University
P r o f . P a s q u a l e S g r o
Ex - P r i n c i p a l S u p e r v i s o r Department of Economics, Deakin University (concealed information)
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