HARPALJIT KAUR

Harpaljit Kaur

Senior Lecturer

BEc (Statistics)(UKM)
MSc (Applied Statistics)(UPM)

harpaljit.pritam@taylors.edu.my
Subjects Taught
  • Business Mathematics
  • Business Statistics
  • Business Statistics and Decision Making
  • Quantitative Techniques

Research Interests
  • Applied Statistics and Econometrics, with strong interest in Gen Y, Economics in Development, Economics in Human Capital and Mathematics Education

Scholarly Activities / Industry Experience
  • Reviewer for Taylor's Business Review
    Reviewer for Global Journal of Educational Research

Publications
  • Journal Publications
    • H. Kaur, N.Shalini and Rasiah. R. (2012). The Impact of Parental Influence on the Reading Habits of Gen Y adults: A Generalized Linear Model Analysis. International Journal of Education Economics and Development, Vol 3 (1).http://www.inderscience.com/browse/index.php?journalID=346&year=2012&vol=3&issue=1
    • H. Kaur, N.Shalini and Tey Ban Cheng, (2011). Achievement in College Mathematics : A Past Effect Analysis. Elixir Social Studies Vol 36, p 3602-3605.
    • N.Shalini, H.Kaur, and Rasiah. R. (2011). The effect of stress factors on the reading habits among Gen Y. Interscience Management Review (IMR) ISSN: 2231-1513 , Vol-2,Issue-2 pg 1 - 5 http://interscience.in/imr_Vol2Iss2.html
    • Rasiah. R., H.Kaur, and N.Shalini (2011). The Reading Habits and Interests of Generation Y Students: Challenges of Reflective Learning. Journal of Interdisciplinary Research in Education (JIRE). Vol 1 (1).
  • Proceedings
    • N.Shalini, Baharom A.H., and H. Kaur, (2012). Human Capital and Economic Growth: Does Gender Matter?USM-AUT International Conference: Sustainable Economic Development. (ISI proceeding - in press -accepted on the 29th September)
    • N.Shalini, Baharom A.H, H.Kaur, and Rossita, M.Y, (2012). Human Capital and Economic Growth: High School or Secondary School? National Research & Innovation Conference for Graduate Students in Social Sciences. ( in press – accepted on the 11th September)
    • H. Kaur, RRV Rasiah and Shalini, N.(2011), “The Impact of Parental Influence on the Reading Habits of Gen-Y adults: A Generalized Linear Model Analysis”. International Conference SIBR Conference on Interdisciplinary Business and Economics Research. Proceeding available at SRRN e library.
    • Shalini, N., H. Kaur and RRV Rasiah (2011). The effect of stress factors on the reading habits among Gen-Y : International Conference of Educational Teaching 2011, Proceedings ISBN : 978-81-922442-0-4.
  • Conferences
    • N.Shalini, Baharom A.H., and H. Kaur, (2012). Human Capital and Economic Growth: Does Gender Matter? Presenting at USM-AUT International Conference: Sustainable Economic Development in Penang, Malaysia, 17-18 November 2012.
    • N.Shalini, Baharom A.H, H.Kaur, and Rossita, M.Y, (2012). Human Capital and Economic Growth: High School or Secondary School? Presenting at National Research & Innovation Conference for Graduate Students in Social Sciences in Melaka, Malaysia, 7-9 December 2012.
    • H. Kaur, RRV Rasiah and Shalini, N.(2011), “The Impact of Parental Influence on the Reading Habits of Gen-Y adults: A Generalized Linear Model Analysis” presented at the International Conference SIBR Conference on Interdisciplinary Business and Economics Research in Bangkok, 16-18 June 2011.
    • Shalini, N., H. Kaur and RRV Rasiah (2011)“The Effect of Stress Factors on the Reading Habits among Gen-Y” which has been presented at the International Conference of Education and Technology in Orissa, India, 18-19 September 2011.
    • Rasiah. R., H.Kaur, and N.Shalini (2010). “The Reading Habits and Interests of Gen Y Students: Challenges of Reflective Learning” presented a paper at the Taylor’s Teaching and Learning Conference, 2010.
    • Tey Ban Cheng, H. Kaur and N.Shalini (2008). “The influence of students’ prior achievement in mathematics at the secondary level on the results of business mathematics” presented a paper at Taylor’s Teaching and Learning Conference.

Awards & Honours
  • Best Research Paper Award at the International Conference of Educational Technology (ICET), 2011