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Dr Sherry Bawa

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Position
Lecturer
Faculty
Curtin Business School (CBS)
School
School of Economics and Finance
Campus
Bentley Campus
Location
402.619
Phone
08 9266 9691

Overview

Publications: Journal Articles, Book Chapters and Conference Presentations (as of Jan. 2015)

 Dockery, A.M. and Bawa, S. (2015),   ‘The Impact of Children on Australian Couples’ Wealth Accumulation’, Economic Record, March , Vol. 91, Issue 292, DOI: 10.1111/1475-4932.12194 . http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1475-4932.12194/abstract. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1475-4932.12194/pdf

Dockery, A. M., and S. Bawa. 2014. “Is Working from Home Good Work or Bad Work? Evidence from Australian Employees.” Australian Journal of Labour Economics 17 (2): 163-190.

 Austen, S. E., R. Ong, S. Bawa, and T. M. Jefferson. 2015. “Exploring Recent Increases in the Gender Wealth Gap Among Australia’s Single Households.” The Economic and Labour Relations Review, 26, (1),  3-28

2014 ‘Is Working from Home Good Work Or Bad Work? Evidence from Australian Employees’, Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre, Working paper series 14/2 with Michael Dockery.

2013 ‘Trends in the Gender Wealth Gap among Single Households in Australia 2002-2010’  Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre, Working paper series 13/8 with Austen Siobhan, Ong Rachel and Jefferson Therese.

2013 ‘The Impact of Children on Australian Couples’ Wealth Accumulation’, Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre, Working paper series 13/1 with Michael Dockery.

2013 ‘Trends in Gender Wealth Gap among Single Households in Australia 2002-2010’ 42nd Australian Conference of  Economists (ACE) Perth, July.

2013 ‘Working from Home, Job Satisfaction and Family Functioning in Australia’ working project based on CBS research grant with Michael Dockery.

2012 ‘Gender Differentials in Wealth and Asset Portfolio Diversity in Australia’ CBS Research Symposium, Perth

2012 (with Miller P.W., Ren W. W.) ‘The Effect of Labour Market Reforms on the Good Health Earnings Premium in China’, International Economics & Finance Journal (IEFJ) ISSN: 0973-5259, Special Issue ‘Economic Growth in China’, 7 (1), Jan- June.p.79-97.

2010  ‘Stability of Demand for Money Function by Business Firms in India’, The IUP Journal of Monetary Economics, 8 (4), p. 1-24. ISSN: 0972-9291.

2010 (with Kaur G.) ‘Demand for Money by Business Firms in India’ Corporate Financial Reporting in India, edited by N. Tejmani Singh & Preeti Agarwal, ISBN :9788189326913, 1st edition, Jaipur, Raj Pub. House, p. 120-135

2008 (with Kaur G.) ‘Demand for Money by Business Firms in India:    Empirical Analysis’, The Journal of Accounting & Finance, Jaipur, 22 (2), April – Sept. p. 89- 101

2008 (with Kaur G.) ‘Dematerialization and the Capital Market: A Case Study’, Applications of IT and Management in Economic Growth, Deep &Deep Publications, p.30-43

Publications (Newspaper or Web articles)

“Pros, cons of working from home studied” published in Melville Times, Perth, 24 Jun 2014.

“Debunking the cost of children argument”, The Conversation, 2 July 2014. http://theconversation.com/debunking-the-cost-of-children-argument-28435

http://www.womensagenda.com.au/guilt-free-zone/parenting/how-much-do-kids-really-cost/201407024266

http://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/2014/07/03/comment-debunking-cost-children-argument

http://www.cssa.org.au/media/article/?id=daily-news-thursday-3-july-2014

'The other gender equality gap Australia needs to talk about', The Conversation, http://theconversation.com/the-other-gender-equality-gap-australia-needs-to-talk-about-34276

 

 

Media Interviews

Delivered a live interview on ABC 24 NEWS LIVE on 5th of July, 2014 for paper, ‘The Impact of Children on Australian Couples’ Wealth Accumulation’.

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Memberships, Awards and Training

Awards

2016, Recieved an "Excellence in Learning and Teaching Award", School of Economics and Finance.

Grants

2013,  CBS Research Grant for project, ‘Working from Home, Job Satisfaction and Family Functioning in Australia’. Value $5000.

Memberships

Economic Society of Australia
 

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Teachings

Acting Learning and Teaching Director for the School of Economics and Finance. 

Units taught at Curtin: Managerial Economics, Introductory Economics, Advanced Applied Economics, Economic Policy Analysis, Macro Economics, Micro Economics, Econometrics, Statistics, Monetary Economics, Quantitative Techniques, Strategic Games, Managerial Economics, International Economics, Public Economics.

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Research Interests

Labor economics, gender differentials and wealth, gender issues, labour economics and well- being, monetary economics, macroeconomics.

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Publications


2015

Journal Articles (Research)

2014

Journal Articles (Research)

2012

Journal Articles (Research)

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2010

Books Chapters - Other

  • Bawa, S., and G. Kaur.. "Demand for money by business firms in India." In Corporate Financial Reporting in India 1st. India: Raj Publication House. Inpress.

Journal Articles (Scholarly/Professional)

  • Bawa, S.. "Stability of demand for money function by business firms in India." The IUP Journal of Monetary Economics 8 (4). Inpress.

2008

Books Chapters - Other

  • Kaur, G., and S. Bawa.. "Dematerialization and the capital market: a case study." In Applications of IT and Management in Economic Growth India: Deep and Deep publications. Inpress.

Journal Articles (Scholarly/Professional)

  • Bawa, S., and G. Kaur.. "Demand for money by business firms in India: an empirical analysis." Journal of Accounting and Finance 22 (2). Inpress.
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