Fahlino Sjuib is a Professor of Economics and the Chair of the Department of Economics at Framingham State University (FSU). He is also currently serving as the Director of MetroWest Economic Research Center (MERC) at FSU. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from Kansas State University.
His research is focusing on empirical macroeconomics and financial economics. His recent works have appeared in Journal of Business and Economics Research, International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, and Empirical Economics Letter. He had served as a Senior Macroeconomic Advisor for the Australia Indonesia Partnership for Economic Governance (AIPEG). In his role at AIPEG, he provided technical support and analyses on fiscal policy and financial development issues in Indonesia. Prior to that, he served as a member of Indonesia-Japan Economic Cooperation Working Team, funded by Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). As a member of the team, he prepared a policy study on monetary and macroeconomic policies in Indonesia. Dr. Sjuib teaches an graduate macroeconomic course.
“Economic Development in MetroWest; Lessons from the Front Line”, (with Anderson, Dunne, MacRitchie, Meaney, Phelan, and Soriano), MetroWest Economic Research Center Publication, May 2015.
“Identifying Engines of Growth in a Substate Economy”, (with Dunne and Meaney), Journal of Business and Economics Research, Vol 7(4), pp. 19-31, 2009.
“Macroeconomic Causal Chain: Evidence from Recent Experience in Indonesia”, International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, Issue 25, pp. 90-96, 2009.
“Hysteresis in Unemployment: Panel Unit Roots Test Using State Level Data”, (with Kemegue and Mohan), Journal of Business and Economics Research, Vol 6(2), pp. 53-60, 2008.