Evan Lau serves as Associate Professor and Managing Editor for International Journal of Business and Society (IJBS) in Faculty of Economics and Business, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS). His journal article publications stand at 88 and he has 60 postgraduate students under his supervision while examining 44 postgraduate theses. He has been invited to speak at numerous international conferences and also an active workshop instructor. He has been awarded a total of 27 research grants to date. He is listed in the Top 10% economists in Malaysia and the Top 12% in Asia by the Research Papers in Economics (RePEc) database and among the highly cited authors in UNIMAS.
Anthony J Makin is Professor of Economics at Griffith University, Australia, who has served with the International Monetary Fund, as Director of Griffith’s APEC Study Centre and in the Australian departments of Finance, Foreign Affairs and Trade, the Treasury. He has published widely on Asia-Pacific economic issues and is a member of the National Economic Panel of the Economic Society of Australia. He is the author of International Money and Finance, Global Finance and the Macroeconomy and Global Imbalances, Exchange Rates and Stabilization Policy, The Limits of Fiscal Policy, as well as many journal articles.
Lee Ming Tan is the founder of East Asia Research and he obtained his Master of Applied Finance from the University of Adelaide. He is deeply interested in how humans function and react with each other. An insight into how people’s minds think and how they work together is invaluable in just about every field. Outside of work, Anthony Tan enjoys outdoor activities and occasional computer games.