Jasbir has taught and coordinated many subjects at the undergraduate and postgraduate level.

Subjects have included:

  • Applied Economic Research Project
  • Business statistics
  • Database Management
  • Economic Principles
  • Economics for Management
  • International Business Context
  • Microeconomic Principles
  • Macroeconomic Principles
  • Macroeconomic Analysis
  • Network Communication
  • Strategic International Trade Operations
  • Word Processing.

He also has 10 years' experience teaching in Victoria University's overseas programs, including undergraduate and postgraduate programs in China, Hong Kong, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore.

His teaching career can be summarised as follows:

  • 1997-2012 Lecturer at Victoria University with the School of International Business
  • 1992-1997 Contract Lecturer with the Department of Applied Economics (Victoria University)
  • 1992-1995 Tutor with the School of Information Systems (Victoria University)
  • 1993-1996 Lecturer in Western Metropolitan TAFE.

Areas of expertise

  • International trade
  • Macroeconomics
  • Teaching and learning

Contact details

+61 (3) 9919 5082

Publications

J. Singh (2006) "A complete approach to teaching first year core economic units", Beijing, China. A refereed publication from a presentation at the Chinese University of Finance and Economics (CUFE) in Beijing, China.

J. Singh (2001) "Incorporating Technical Aids to Lectures in the Teaching of Micro and Macroeconomic Principles to First Year Business Students". Working paper by the School of Applied Economics, Victoria University, Australia.

J. Singh (2001) "The Importance of Secondary Assistance to First Year Business Students Studying Micro and Macro Economic Principles". Working paper by the School of Applied Economics, Victoria University, Australia.

J. Singh (2000) "Multiple Choice On-line Test Bank", McGraw Hill, Australia.

J. Singh (2000) "Can unemployment be completely eradicated?", Pearson Education, Australia.

J. Singh (2000) "Is economic growth here to stay?", Pearson Education, Australia.

J. Singh (2000) "Reasons for the tightening of Monetary Policy by the Reserve Bank of Australia", Pearson Education, Australia.

J. Singh (2000) "Arguments against an increase in official interest rates", Pearson Education, Australia.

J. Singh (2000) "Issues arising from the 2000-2001 Federal budget", Pearson Education, Australia.

J. Singh (2000) "A case for and against a shorter working week", Pearson Education, Australia.

J. Singh (2000) "Exchange rate depreciation and its impact on BOGS", Pearson Education, Australia.

J. Singh (2000) "Tasmania's ban on uncooked salmon from countries with existing disease problems", Pearson Education, Australia.

J. Singh (2000) "Factors responsible for the depreciation of the Australian dollar", Pearson Education, Australia.

J. Singh (2000) "Multiple Choice On-line Test Bank", Pearson Education, Australia.

Professional memberships

  • Economic Society of Australia

Awards

  • 2007: Winner of Tertiary Teaching and Learning Package by the Australian Publishers Association
  • 2002: Dean's Award for Teaching Excellence
  • 2001: Dean's Award for Teaching Excellence
  • 1992: "The Best Graduate of 1991" by Victoria University
  • 1992: Nominated for the "Chemplex Australia Prize in Citizenship"
  • 1990: The Best Computing Student of the Year" (Australian Computer Society)
  • 1975: Book prize for best performing student in Literature
  • 1974: Book prize for best performing student in History