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Details about Omar HMN Bashar

Workplace:Department of Economics, Business School, Deakin University, (more information at EDIRC)

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Working Papers


  1. The Nature of Aggregate Demand and Supply Shocks in ASEAN Countries
    MPRA Paper, University Library of Munich, Germany Downloads

Journal Articles


  1. Resource abundance, financial crisis and economic growth: did resource‐rich countries fare better during the global financial crisis?
    Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 2020, 64, (2), 376-395 Downloads


  1. The cyclicality of fiscal policy: New evidence from unobserved components approach
    Journal of Macroeconomics, 2017, 53, (C), 222-234 Downloads View citations (1)


  1. The Trickle‐down Effect of the Mining Boom in Australia: Fact or Myth?
    The Economic Record, 2015, 91, (S1), 94-108 Downloads


  1. Oil price uncertainty, monetary policy and the macroeconomy: The Canadian perspective
    Economic Modelling, 2013, 35, (C), 249-259 Downloads View citations (17)


  1. Monetary policy and the housing market in Australia
    Journal of Policy Modeling, 2012, 34, (6), 849-863 Downloads View citations (12)
  2. The dynamics of aggregate demand and supply shocks in ASEAN countries
    Journal of Asian Economics, 2012, 23, (5), 507-518 Downloads View citations (2)
  3. The transitory and permanent volatility of oil prices: What implications are there for the US industrial production?
    Applied Energy, 2012, 92, (C), 447-455 Downloads View citations (23)


  1. Measuring Core Inflation in Bangladesh: An Unobserved Components Approach
    Indian Economic Review, 2011, 46, (1), 109-129
  2. On the permanent effect of an aggregate demand shock: Evidence from the G-7 countries
    Economic Modelling, 2011, 28, (3), 1374-1382 Downloads View citations (5)
  3. The role of aggregate demand and supply shocks in a low-income country:evidence from Bangladesh
    Journal of Developing Areas, 2011, 44, (2), 243-264 Downloads
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