MALARVILLY RAMAYAH

Malarvilly Ramayah

Senior Lecturer

MEc, BEc (Hons)

malarvilly.ramayah@taylors.edu.my
Subjects Taught
  • Microeconomics
  • Macroeconomics
  • Econometrics

Research Interests
  • Economics
  • Teaching and Learning

Scholarly Activities
  • Organize and conduct Study Skills workshop on Applied Writing for Microeconomics, May and September 2008.
  • Academic Advisor, Counsel UTS Students and Coordinate UniSA mentors, March– Nov 2007.
  • Committee Member of Global Immersion Programme to Shanghai, September 2007.
  • Chairperson of the 1st Teaching and Learning Conference, Taylor’s College, 2006.
  • Associate of Faculty of Business. Faculty of Business, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia. Jun 1, 2003 to Jun 30, 2009.

Publications
  • Ramayah, M., Sivanandan, P., Nasrijal, N.H., Letchumanan, T. and Lim, C.L. 2009. “Preferred Learning Style: Gender Influence on Preferred Learning Style among Business Students”. Journal of US-China Public Administration. Vol. 6, No 4,   ISSN 1548-6591, USA.
  • Ramayah, M., Nasrijal, N.H., Lim C.L., Sivanandan, P. and Letchumanan, T. 2009. “Factors Influencing the Learning Style Preferences among Business School Students”. Proceedings of Taylor’s University College 4th Teaching and Learning Conference, Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia, Oct 25 [Publication in Process]
  • Nasrijal, N.H, Ramayah, M. Sivanandan, P And Letchumanan, T. 2009. “Peer Influence: A Crucial Determining Factor on the Choice of Preferred Learning Style among Students in a Private Higher Education Institution”. Proceedings of the International Journal of Arts & Sciences Conference for Academic Disciplines, South Orlando, Florida, USA, Feb 16-19.Ramayah, M., Sivanandan, P., Nasrijal, N.H., Letchumanan, T. and Lim, C.L. 2009. “Preferred Learning Style: Gender Influence on Preferred Learning Style among Business Students”. Proceedings of the International Journal of Arts & Sciences Conference for Academic Disciplines, South Orlando, Florida, USA, Feb 16-19.

Professional Affiliations
  • Member, Malaysian Economics Association (MEA)