I completed my PhD at University Putra Malaysia in 2012. Prior to joining Monash University Malaysia, I was a post doctorial research fellow at University Putra Malaysia. My principal research interests lie in the areas of time series analysis and forecasting, applied econometrics and financial volatility modelling. My research papers have been published in a number of international refereed journals. In addition, I was an invited speaker and presented papers at international conferences. I obtained several international and national competitive research grants. Also, I refereed articles for international journals of high-esteem such as Energy Economics, Economic Modelling, and Journal of Applied Statistics. My more recent specific research investigates the volatility forecasting performance of a wide variety of conditionally heteroskedastic models in the context of biofuel feedstock markets in the presence of structural breaks. In this research, the model specifications allow for different conditional distribution functions in the rolling window estimations. At Monash University, I have taught Financial Econometrics, Applied Econometrics, Survey Methods and Managerial Statistics, and Operations Research. Currently, I am co-supervising three PhD students and supervising two Honors students.
Herath, G., Hasanov, A.S. (2017). Climate Change and Threats to Sustainability in South East Asia: Dynamic Modelling Approach for Malaysia. In (Eds) Batabyal, A.A., Nijkamp, P., Regional Growth and Sustainable Development in Asia. Springer International
Hameed, A.A, Hasanov, A.S., Idris, N., Abdullah, A.M., Arshad, F.M., Shamsudin, M. (2014). Supply and Demand Model for the Malaysian Cocoa Market. In (Eds) Yacob, M.R., Radam, A., Alias, E.F. Quantitative Models for Agricultural Policy Analysis. Universiti Putra Malaysia
Hasanov, A.S., Poon, W.C., Al-Freedi, A., and Heng, Z. Y. (2018). Forecasting volatility in the biofuel feedstock markets in the presence of structural breaks: A comparison of alternative distribution functions. Energy Economics, 70, pp. 307-333.
Hasanov, A.S., Do, H.X., and Shaiban, M. (2016). Fossil fuel price uncertainty and feedstock edible oil prices: Evidence from MGARCH-M and VIRF analysis. Energy Economics, 57, pp. 16-27.
Hasanov, A.S. and Baharumshah, A.Z. (2014). Exchange rate risk and exports: Evidence from a set of transition economies. Problems of Economic Transition, 57(1), pp. 80-101.
Hasanov, A.S. and Shitan, M. (2014). Volatility model estimations of palm oil price returns via long-memory, asymmetric and heavy-tailed GARCH parameterization. Malaysian Journal of Mathematical Sciences, 8(1), pp. 15-34.
Conference Presentations and Proceedings
Hasanov, A.S., Poon W.C., Al-Freedi, A. (2017). Forecasting volatility in the biofuel feedstock and energy commodity markets under structural breaks: A comparison of alternative distributional assumptions. International Conference on Social Science, Literature, Business and Education, Vienna, Austria, 17-18 March 2017.
Li Di, M.S. Shaiban, A.S. and Hasanov, A.S. (2017). Contagion Effect from US banking to Conventional and Islamic banking in Dual-banking system during Financial Crisis. Paper was presented at KFUPM conference on Islamic banking and finance, November 19-20, 2017, Dammam, Saudi Arabia.
Shaiban, M., Li Di, Hasanov, A.S., (2017). Does investor sentiment have stronger explanatory power in determining oil prices than other determinants? International Conference on Energy Finance, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China, 26-27 May 2017.
Shaiban, M., Li Di, Hasanov, A.S., (2017). Bank equity prices and oil price shocks: A global perspective. International Conference on Energy Finance, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China, 26-27 May 2017.
Hasanov, A.S., Ahmad Sidique, S., and Nurul Islam, G. (2016). Mean and Variance Transmissions from Energy to Marine Commodities: Evidence from Causality Analysis Based on a Multivariate GARCH Process. Paper was presented at the Applied Financial Modelling Conference, February 4, 2016, Melbourne, Australia.
Hasanov, A.S. and Shaiban, M. (2015). Volatility Transmission and Volatility Impulse Response Functions in Islamic and Conventional Banks. Paper was presented at the 28th Australasian Finance and Banking Conference 2015, Sydney, Australia.
Hasanov, A.S. (2014). Trade Models with Risk Variables: Econometric Issues and Future Directions. International Statistical Institute, Regional Statistics Conference, ISI-RSC-2014. Sasana Kijang, Kuala-Lumpur, Malaysia, 17-21 November 2014, (Invited Speaker).
Hasanov, A.S.and Shitan, M. (2014). Multivariate Volatility Models in Finance. International Conference on Management Research and Advances in Accounting, ICMRAA-2013. Puteri Park Hotel, Kuala- Lumpur, Malaysia, 2-4 July 2013, (Invited Speaker).