Chee-Heong Quah is an academic fellow currently in the final stages of reading a PhD in International Business at Faculty of Business and Accountancy, University of Malaya. His research interests encompass international economics, Asian monetary integration, financial crisis, and optimum currency area. Quah receives guidance from Professors Patrick Crowley (Texas A & M University), Michael Artis (University of Manchester) Goh Kim Leng and Nazari Ismail (University of Malaya).
Chee-Heong Quah’s latest publications include (with P. M. (2009, April). “A Single Currency for Asia? Evaluation and comparison using hierarchical and model-based cluster analysis”, in EUSA 11th Biennial International Conference, edited by Frank Schimmelfennig (Marina Del Rey, California: European Union Studies Association, April 2009); (with Ismail M. N. (2008). “Could the Great Depression repeat itself in the 21st century?”, Malaysian Management Journal, 12 (1&2) (2008); Quah, C. H. (2007, December). “Impossibility of another Great Depression in the 21st Century”, in The International Conference on Business, Environment, International Competitiveness and Sustainable Development of the Asia Pacific Economies, edited by Sivalingam G. (Monash University, Malaysia).