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Fong Mee Chin MA(Econ, Hons), BA (NUS S'pore), DipBusStudies, CSAP (INFINZ)

Research Officer

School of Economics and Finance

Fong Mee has held management and research positions in the banking and finance industry in New Zealand. This is in addition to developing economic policies and strategies for the Palmersont North City Council. She  has also held a senior position in the Construction Industry Development Board, Singapore, and also a quality management position in a Singapore tertiary institution. Fong Mee has a long association with Massey University, as a Lecturer and also the first official Statistics Officer to be appointed by the University dealing with the Ministry of Education requirements for statistical reporting of EFTS and enrolment, and internal allocation of funding.

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Professional

Contact details

  • Ph: Extn 84040
    Location: BSW2.18A, Business Studies West
    Campus: Turitea

Qualifications

  • MA(Economics, First Class Honours) - Massey University (1983)
  • BA (Economics and Mathematics) - National University of Singapore (1978)
  • Diploma in Business Studies - Massey University (1995)
  • Certified Securities Analysts Professional - INFINZ (1988)

Research Expertise

Research Interests

Housing affordability

Area of Expertise

Field of research codes
Banking, Finance and Investment (150200): Commerce, Management, Tourism And Services (150000):
Economics (140000):
Information And Computing Sciences (080000): Information Systems (080600)

Research Outputs

Book

Chin, FM., & Hicks, J.(1984). Unemployment benefits and their impact on unemployment in New Zealand. Department of Economics, Massey University
[Discussion Paper]Authored by: Chin, F.
Chin, FM., & Hicks, J.(1984). The relationship between unemployment and vacancies in New Zealand. Department of Economics, Massey University
[Discussion Paper]Authored by: Chin, F.
Young, MR., & Chin, FM. (2006). Risk management and derivative usage in Japan and neighbouring Asian and Pacific countries. In JA. Batten, TA. Fetherston, & PG. Szilagyi (Eds.) Japanese Fixed Income Markets: Money, Bond and Interest Rate Derivatives. (pp. 77 - 103). Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier B.V.
[Chapter]Authored by: Chin, F., Young, M.
Hargreaves, R., & Chin, F.(2011). Home affordability report. School of Economics & Finance
[Discussion Paper]Authored by: Chin, F., Hargreaves, R.
Hargreaves, RV., & Chin, FM.(2010). Home affordability continues to improve. School of Economics and Finance
[Discussion Paper]Authored by: Chin, F., Hargreaves, R.

Report

Squires, G., & Chin, F. (2017). Home Affordability Report: Quarterly Survey June 2017, Vol. 27, No. 2.
[Commissioned Report]Authored by: Chin, F., Squires, G.
Squires, G., & Chin, F. (2017). Home Affordability Report: Quarterly Survey. March 2017, Vol. 27, No.1.
[Commissioned Report]Authored by: Chin, F., Squires, G.
Squires, G., & Chin, F. (2016). Home Affordability Report: Quarterly Survey. December 2016, Vol. 26, No.4. Massey University, New Zealand.
[Commissioned Report]Authored by: Chin, F., Squires, G.
Crews, GL., & Chin, FM.(2008). Real estate consumer survey 2008.
[Technical Report]Authored by: Chin, F.

Conference

Young, MR., Chen, PY., & Chin, FM. (2004). The impact of the introduction of pre and post-trading routines on intra-day volatility. Quantitative Methods in Finance Conference 2004. (pp. 1 - 23).
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Chin, F., Young, M.

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