prof. madya dr. andrew kam jia yi

pensyarah universiti

institut kajian malaysia & antarabangsa (ikmas)

No. Telefon Rasmi :  4232

No. rasmi:
UKM : 03 8921 5555



   Biografi/ Biography :

  • Andrew Kam Jia Yi graduate with first class in Economics at the National University of Malaysia (UKM) in 2002. He received the Chevening scholarship in 2006 (MSc. Economics, University of Warwick), Endeavour Postgraduate Scholarship in 2008 (PhD, Australian National University). He was also a Fulbright Scholar in University of California Santa Barbara (2015/2016). He is currently is a senior research Fellow at the Institute of Malaysian and International Studies (UKM), Associate Professor in Economics and the Head of Center of Latin American studies in his institute. His research focuses on international trade, NTMs, GVCs, production sharing/production fragmentation, productivity studies, industrialization and technology transfers. He has served as a consultant to many national and international organizations such as Malaysian Productivity Corporation, UNCTAD, UNESCO, ERIA and ARTNet. Most current research includes Malaysia‚Äôs Industrial Policy for the Future under ADB-Korea Development Institute and the Ministry of Economic Affairs Malaysia.

  • andrew kam jia yi.  (2022).  assessing the trade benefits of the indo-pacific economic corridor: asean and malaysia's perspectives.  - the indo-pacific in the shadow of the ukraine war: pursuing the quad, reshaping regional economic order, korea's response to new national identity pressure.  228-248. 

     

    tham siew yean, andrew kam jia yi.  (2022).  determinants of covid-19 vaccine rollouts in southeast asia.  - covid-19 in southeast asia, 2020-2022: restriction, relief, recovery.  1-30. 

     

    norhisham hassan, andrew kam jia yi.  (2022).  can malaysia feed itself? food security issues in malaysia.  - sinergi: journal of strategic studies & international affairs.  6-25. 

     

    andrew kam jia yi, tham siew yean.  (2022).  barriers to e-commerce adoption: evidence from the retail and food and beverage sectors in malaysia.  - asian-pacific economic literature.  32-51. 

     

    oboh jerry sankay, othman zarina, kam andrew jia yi kam, jusoh sufian.  (2022).  does gender inequality matter in employment? a content- and consistency-based analysis of female labour participation in the nigerian civil service.  - african journal of gender, society and development (formerly journal of gender, information and development in africa).  79-102. 

     

    liming chen, jesus felipe, andrew j.y.kam, aashish mehta.  (2021).  is employment globalizing.  - structural change and economic dynamics.  74-92. 

     

    liming chen, jesus felipe, andrew j.y. kam, aashish mehta.  (2020).  is employment globalizing?.  - structural change and economic dynamics.  74-92. 

     

    siew yean tham, andrew kam jia yi & tee beng ann.  (2019).  u.s. china trade war: potential trade and investment spillovers into malaysia.  - asian economic papers.  117-135. 

     

    andrew kam jia yi.  (2017).  dynamics of trade in value added in factory asia.  - journal of contemporary asia.  704-727. 

     

    tham s.y., kam a.j.y., abdul aziz n.i..  (2016).  moving up the value chain in ict: asean trade with china.  - journal of contemporary asia.  680-699. 

     

    andrew kam jia yi, tham siew yean.  (2022).  barriers to e-commerce adoption: evidence from the retail and food and beverage sectors in malaysia.  - asian-pacific economic literature.  32-51. 

     

    andrew kam jia yi.  (2019).  in china's backyard: policies and politics of chinese resource investments in southeast asia.  - asian-pacific economic literature.  1-2. 

     

    tham siew yean, andrew jia-yi kam, nirwan bin noh.  (2018).  the determinants of inward fdi in selected services industries in malaysia.  - prague economic papaers: a bimonthly journal of economic theory and policy. 

     

    tham siew yean, andrew kam jia yi, nirwan bin noh.  (2017).  the determinants of inward fdi in selected services industries in malaysia.  - prague economic papers.  1-17. 

     

    andrew jia yi kam.  (2016).  death of linkages in host countries? a firm-level study on the channels of productivity spillovers in the malaysian manufacturing sector.  - asian pacific economic literature.  65-79. 

     

    andrew kam jia yi, tham siew yean.  (2022).  barriers to e-commerce adoption: evidence from the retail and food and beverage sectors in malaysia.  - asian-pacific economic literature.  32-51. 

     

    oboh jerry sankay, zarina othman, andrew kam jia-yi, sufian jusoh.  (2021).  gender inequality nexus in employment: a content-and consistency-based analysis of female labour participation in the civil service.  - african journal of business and economic research (ajber).  269-290. 

     

    andrew kam jia yi, tham siew yean.  (2021).  china's role in malaysia's export recovery in covid times.  - international journal of china studies.  133-155. 

     

    liming chen, jesus felipe, andrew j.y.kam, aashish mehta.  (2021).  is employment globalizing.  - structural change and economic dynamics.  74-92. 

     

    andrew kam jia yi, tham siew yean, tee beng ann.  (2021).  digitizing malaysia examining the role of ict in malaysia exports of goods and services.  - thailand and the world economy.  13-30. 

     

    helen ting m.h., andrew kam jia yi.  (2021).  public perceptions of the election commission, election management and democracy in malaysia.  - 61. 

     

    zarina othman, tan raan hann, andrew.  (2020).  community development in asia and latin america.  - 151. 

     

    zarina othman, tan raan hann, andrew kam jia yi.  (2020).  community development in asia and latin amerika.  - 7. 

     

    tham siew yean, andrew kam jia yi.  (2019).  exploring the trade potential of the dftz for malaysian smes.  - 33. 

     

    andrew kam jia yi.  (2019).  simon bolivar: public lecture series 2013-2018.  - 2. 

     

    tham siew yean, andrew kam jia yi.  (2022).  southeast asian affairs 2022.  - 20. 

     

    qichun wu, andrew kan jia yi.  (2021).  the vision for asean by young scholars 2021.  - 20. 

     

    zarina othman, tan raan hann, andrew kam jia yi.  (2020).  community development in asia and latin amerika.  - 7. 

     

    andrew kam jia yi.  (2020).  community development in asia and latin america.  - 8. 

     

    andrew kam jia yi.  (2019).  simon bolivar: public lecture series 2013-2018.  - 2. 

     

    helen ting m.h., andrew kam jia yi.  (2021).  public perceptions of the election commission, election management and democracy in malaysia.  - 61. 

     

    zarina othman, tan raan hann, andrew.  (2020).  community development in asia and latin america.  - 151. 

     

    tham siew yean & andrew kam jia yi.  (2019).  e-commerce for malaysian smes in selected services: barriers and benefits.  - 50. 

     

    tham siew yean, andrew kam jia yi.  (2019).  exploring the trade potential of the dftz for malaysian smes.  - 33. 

     

    andrew kam jia yi.  (2022).  assessing the trade benefits of indo-pacific economic corridor: asean and malaysia's perspectives.  - international studies association: reshaping post-pandemic regional economic order.  1-19. 

     

    andrew kam jia yi.  (2022).  assessing the trade benefits of the indo-pacific economic corridor: asean and malaysia's perspectives.  - the indo-pacific in the shadow of the ukraine war: pursuing the quad, reshaping regional economic order, korea's response to new national identity pressure.  228-248. 

     

    andrew kam jia yi.  (2022).  prospects for economic cooperation in the indo-pacific..  - international studies association reshaping the post-pandemic regional economic order.  1-21. 

     

    tham siew yean, andrew kam jia yi.  (2022).  determinants of covid-19 vaccine rollouts in southeast asia.  - covid-19 in southeast asia, 2020-2022: restriction, relief, recovery.  1-30. 

     

    andrew kam jia yi, ng yeen seen.  (2022).  economic impact of data centers in sabah.  - 1-38.