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Joseph Macri

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  • Title: Doctor
  • Position: Senior Lecturer - Department of Economics
  • Qualifications: Bachelor of Education (Music), St George Institute of Education, NSW; Bachelor of Economics (Honours), Macquarie University; Doctor of Philosophy, University of Technology, Sydney

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Areas of Expertise

  • Financial development and economic growth
  • Investment at the enterprise level

Education

  • Doctor of Philosophy: Economics (University of Technology)
  • Bachelor of Economics (Honours): Economics (Macquarie University)
  • Bachelor of Education: Music (St George Institute of Education)

Research awards

  • Scholarship of Learning and Teaching, Faculty of Business and Economics, Macquarie University, 2013.

Publications

journal toggle icon open Refereed Journal Articles

  • Korkofingas, Con and Macri, Joseph (2008), Does Online Participation Improve Student Learning Outcomes? Evidence from a Business Forecasting Course in Australia, Review of Business Research, Vol. 8 (6), pp. 143-150.
  • Macri, Joseph, McAleer, Michael and Sinha, Dipendra, “On the Robustness of Alternative Rankings Methodologies: Australian and New Zealand Economics Departments, 1988-2002, Applied Economics (forthcoming).
  • Macri, Joseph and Sinha, Dipendra (2008) “How much influence do Economics Professors have on Rankings? The Case of Australia and New Zealand, Applied Economics (forthcoming)
  • Korkofingas, Con and Macri, Joseph (2007) “The Impact of Customer Satisfaction on Expected Utility: A Multi-Stage Choice Experiment”, International Journal of Business Strategy, Vol. VII (3) 2007, pp. 151-161.
  • Korkofingas, Con and Macri Joseph (2007) “An Empirical Examination of the Fisher Hypothesis for New Zealand in a Deregulated Environment: A Cointegration Approach”, Journal of International Business and Economics, Vol VII (3), pp. 156-161.
  • Macri, Joseph “Does the Fisher Hypothesis Exist for Australia in a Deregulated Environment? (2007) Indian Economic of Economic and Business, Special Edition, (Voted Best Paper).
  • Macri, Joseph and Sinha, Dipendra (2006) “Output Variability and Growth Rate of Output in South Korea”, African Economic and Econometrics Journal,Vol. 6 (2), pp. 163-172.
  • Macri, Joseph and Sinha, Dipendra (2006) “Rankings Methodology for International Comparisons of Institutions and Individuals: An Application to Economics in Australia and New Zealand”, Journal of Economic Surveys, Vol. 20 (1), pp.111-46.
  • Bryant, William Anthony and Macri, Joseph (2005) “Does Sentiment Explain Consumption?” Journal of Economics and Finance, Vol. 29 (1), pp. 97-111.
  • Sinha, Dipendra and Joseph Macri, (2004), "Rankings of Economists in Teaching Economics Departments in Australia, 1988-2000", Economics Bulletin, Vol. 1 (4) pp. 1-19.
  • Sinha, Dipendra and Macri, Joseph (2002), “Research Productivity of Australian Economics Professors, 1988-2000”, Journal of Economic and Social Policy, Vol. 7 (1) pp. 99-109.
  • Sinha, Dipendra and Macri, Joseph (2002), “Rankings of Australian Economics Departments, 1988-2000”, Economic Record, Vol. 78 (241), pp.136-146.
  • Sinha, Dipendra and Macri, Joseph (2001), “Financial Development and Economic Growth: The Case for Eight Asian Countries”, Economia Internazionale, Vol. 55 (2) pp. 219-237.
  • Sinha, Dipendra and Macri, Joseph (2000), “Output Variability and Economic Growth: The Case for Australia.” Journal of Economics and Finance, Vol. 24 (3), pp. 275-292.

conference toggle icon open Conferences and Presentations

  • Macri, Joseph (2008), “Is the Concept of Opportunity Cost Misunderstood? Survey Evidence From Students Studying Economics In Australia”, International Academy of Business and Economics Conference Proceedings Vol. 5 (1), pp. 256-262, 19th-22nd October, US.
  • Korkofingas, Con and Macri, Joseph (2008), “Does Online Participation Improve Student Learning Outcomes? Evidence from a Business Forecasting Course in Australia”, International Academy of Business and Economics Conference, US.
  • Adrangi, Bahram and Macri Joseph (2008), “Consumer Confidence and Consumption Behavior in the US, Applied Business and Entrepreneurship Association International (ABEAI), Pamplin School of Business Administration,University of Portland, US.
  • Korkogingas, Con and Macri, Joseph (2008), "Do Online Activities Influence Final Exam Grades?" Australasian Teaching Economic Conference (ATEC) proceedings, University of Western Sydney, 28 September.
  • Korkofingas, Con and Macri, Joseph (2007), “An Empirical Examination of the Fisher Hypothesis for New Zealand in a Deregulated Environment: A Cointegration Approach”, International Academy of Business and Economics, 14-17th October, US.
  • Korkofingas, Con and Macri, Joseph (2007) “The Impact of Customer Satisfaction on Expected Utility: A Multi-Stage Choice Experiment ” International Academy of Business and Economics, 14- 17th October, US.
  • Korkofingas, Con and Macri, Joseph, (2007), “Consumer Sentiment and Consumption: An Update for Australia”, Applied Business and Entrepreneurship Association International, 16-20 November, 2007, US (*Voted Best Paper).
  • Macri, Joseph, “Fisher Hypothesis: Further Evidence for Australia”, Applied Business and Entrepreneurship Association International, 16-20 November, 2006, Hawaii, US (*Voted Best Paper).
  • Macri, Joseph and Sinha, Dipendra, “Rankings Methodology for International Comparisons of Institutions and Individuals: An Application to Economics in Australia and New Zealand” Western Economic Association Meetings, 14-16 January, 2005, Hong Kong.
  • Sinha, Dipendra and Macri Joseph, “Research Productivity of Individual Australian Economists”, Western Economic Association Meetings, Taipei, Taiwan, 11-15 January 2003.
  • Bryant, W. Anthony and Macri, Joseph (2001), “Does Sentiment Explain Consumption?” Econometric Society Australasian Meetings, Auckland, 6-8 July 2001.
  • Sinha, Dipendra and Macri, Joseph (2000), “Output Variability and Economic Growth: The Case of Australia,” 29th Annual Conference of the Economic Society of Australia, Gold Coast, 3-6 July 2000.