Dr Ewilly Liew Jie Ying

Lecturer

Department of Econometrics & Business Statistics

ewilly.liew@monash.edu
603 5514 6192
Room 6-5-74

 
 

Ewilly Liew Jie Ying is a Lecturer in the Econometrics and Business Statistics Department. She is a certified Enterprise Data Analyst (2017) and has served as the Academic Advisor for Business Analytics major from 2016 to 2018.

Her teaching includes enterprise analytics (formerly enterprise resource planning), data modelling and computing, survey methods and managerial statistics, and applied econometrics. Prior to joining Monash, she obtained a diploma in Business with IT from Asia Pacific University (APU; formerly known as APIIT). She received numerous awards including Dean’s Honours List (2009, 2010), Overall Best Thesis (2010), Best Thesis Presentation (2010), Monash Honours Degree and Postgraduate Research Degree Full Scholarship (2010; 2013-2015). Out of her Honours thesis, she has won the best paper in ISI Regional Statistics Conference (2014), published in tier-A journal (2014), and written a book chapter in PIKOM annual publication (2014). She was a panel discussant in the Third Malaysia Statistics Conference (2015) and the recipient for Jeffrey Cheah Travel Grant Award for Southest Asia Studies at Harvard University (Spring Term 2015). Ewilly focuses on interdisciplinary behavioral research integrating creativity, technology and innovation on knowledge creation. Her supervision and grant projects include but not limited to creative knowledge creation, entrepreneurship, healthcare management, social media technology, and management analytics. She has past working experience in government-funded project as graduate research assistants, Bursa Malaysia on corporate governance reporting and analysis; public hospitals as healthcare analyst; insurance and marketing industries as digital marketing researcher, social media analyst, and associate consultant.

Academic Qualifications

Doctor of Philosophy in Management and Econometrics
Institution Monash University Malaysia
Year awarded 2016
Bachelor of Business and Commerce (Hons.) in Econometrics
Institution Monash University Malaysia
Year awarded 2011
Bachelor of Business and Commerce in Accounting, Econometrics and Business Statistics
Institution Monash University Malaysia
Year awarded 2010

Professional Membership

1 Private Institutions of Higher Learning (IPTS) teaching permit approved by Ministry of Higher Education, Malaysia, since 2011
2 Member, Monash Golden-Key InCircle (Top 15% academic achievement in worldwide cohort), since 2008
3 Member, Technology, Knowledge, and Society Knowledge Community, 2015

Membership in Associations and International Bodies

Name of Association/International Body Technology, Knowledge, and Society Knowledge Community
Role Member
Duration of membership - Month/Year Since 2015
Name of Association/International Body Monash Golden-Key InCircle
Role Member
Duration of membership - Month/Year Since 2008
Name of Association/International Body Monash University Malaysia Global Asia in 21st Century Multidisciplinary Research Platform
Role Member
Duration of membership - Month/Year Since 2016

Areas of Expertise

1 Behavioral research in areas of creativity, innovation, knowledge creation, entrepreneurship, technology, healthcare analytics.
2 Statistical and analytical skills in areas of multivariate analysis, cross-sectional analysis, descriptive and predictive analytics including data visualization, optimization, data mining.

Teaching

Subject CodeSubject
ETW1010 Data Modeling and Computing
ETW2420 Survey methods and managerial statisticss
ETW3410 Applied Econometrics
ETW3483 Enterprise Analytics (formerly Enterprise Resource Planning)

Book Chapters

1Liew, E. J.Y.,Vaithilingam, S. and Nair, M. (2014). Social Network Technology and Socio-economic Use Behaviors in Malaysia. In R. Ramachandran (Ed.), ICT Strategic Review 2014/2015: Breaching The New Frontiers in the Digital Age (pp. 207–232). Malaysia: PIKOM and MOSTI.

Scholarly Journals (Refereed ONLY)

1Liew, E. J.Y., Vaithilingam, S. and Nair, M. (2014) “Facebook and Socio-economic Benefits in the Developing World”, Behaviour & Information Technology (ERA Tier-A), 33(4): 345-360. doi:10.1080/0144929X.2013.810775

Conference Proceedings (Refereed ONLY)

1 Liew, E.J.Y., Poh Y.H., Koh, S.K.M., French, J.A., and Teh, P.L. (2018), The Use of Electronic Medical Record System on Dynamic Capabilities and Physician Productivity. In Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Electronic Business (ICEB), 2 -6 December, Guilin, China (an affiliated conference of the Association for Information Systems (AIS))..
2 Liew, E.J.Y., Koh, S.G.M., French, J.A., and Poh, Y.H. (2018), Are Medical Practitioners Ready for Analytics using the Electronic Medical Record System? In Proceedings of the 4th ISM International Statistical Conference (ISM-IV), 1 – 2 August, Sunway University, Malaysia (Organizer: Department of Statistics Malaysia).
3 French, J.A., Koh, S.G.M., and Liew, E.J.Y. (2018) Co-creation and Well-being Outcomes in Healthcare. The Korean Scholars of Marketing Science International Conference, 10 – 11 November, Sogang University, Seoul, Korea
4 Liew, E. J.Y., Vaithilingam, S. and Nair, M. (2015), Quality of the Regulatory Governance and Affordability on Economic and Information Seeking Use of Facebook in Malaysia. The 11th International Conference on Technology, Knowledge, and Society, 23 – 24 February, University of California, Berkeley, CA, USA.
5 Liew, E. J.Y., Vaithilingam, S. and Nair, M. (2014), Quality of the Regulatory Governance and Affordability on Information Seeking Use of Facebook in a Developing Country. The International Statistical Institute Regional Statistics Conference (ISI-RSC), 16 – 19 November, Sasana Kijang, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (Organizer: Bank Negara Malaysia) – Received the Best Paper Award.

Others (Non-refereed publications included)

1 Poh, Y. H., Ruslan, S. R., Liew, E.J.Y., Koh, S.G.M., and French, J.A. (2018), Doctor’s Productivity Using the Electronic Medical Record System: A Dynamic Capabilities Perspective. The Annual Scientific Meeting on Intensive Care (ASMIC), 20 – 23 September, Shangri-la Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (Organizer: Malaysian Society of Intensive Care).
2 Koh, S.G.M., French, J.A., and Liew, E.J.Y. (2018) Quality Healthcare Services in Future Cities: Progress and Challenges. Researcher Links Workshop: Data Analytics for Future Cities Research, VN-UK Institute for Research & Executive Education, 11 – 13 July, The University of Danang, Da Nang, Vietnam.
3 Liew, E. J. Y. (2016), Impact of Social Network Technology on University Student’s Dynamic Capabilities and Creative Performance in Malaysia, Monash University Malaysia. [Published PhD Thesis]
4 Liew, E. J. Y. (2010), Key drivers of social networking sites in a developing country: An empirical analysis of Facebook in Malaysia, presented at Monash School of Business Doctoral Colloquium 2010, Penang, Malaysia. [Published Honours Thesis]

Local Grants

Title Study of User Interfacibility, Use Behavior and Impact of RoundUp Analytics on Decision-Making
Investigators Dr. Ewilly Liew Jie Ying (P.I.)
Funding (Start & End Year) Dec 2018 - Nov 2019
Funding Body/Organisation OM Connect Sdn. Bhd. (Openminds ResourcesTM)
Title Assessing the effects of biodiversity and tourist knowledge of biodiversity on economic benefits of ecotourism: A scientific approach
Investigators Dr. Ewilly Liew Jie Ying (Co-Researcher)
Funding (Start & End Year) Dec 2018 - Present
Funding Body/Organisation Monash Social & Economic Transformation in Asia
Title Impact of Social Network Technology on Dynamic Capabilities and Creative Performance among University Students in Malaysia
Investigators Dr. Ewilly Liew Jie Ying (P.I.)
Funding (Start & End Year) March 2016 – Dec 2016
Funding Body/Organisation Monash University Malaysia, School of Business Seed Grant
Title Leveraging Dynamic Capabilities for Healthcare Analytics through Quality Use of Technology
Investigators Dr. Ewilly Liew Jie Ying (P.I.), Ms. Sharon Koh Geok May (MUM), Ms. Juliana French (MUM), Dr. Mold Shahnaz Bin Hasan (UMMC), Dr. Jeyaganesh Veerakumaran (UMMC), Dr. Poh Yeh Han (UMMC)
Funding (Start & End Year) Nov 2016 – Nov 2018
Funding Body/Organisation Monash University Malaysia Global Asia in the 21st Century (GA21) Large Grant

Current Supervision

Student Kim Seong Shik
Program of study Social Media and Tourism: The Influence of User-generated Content on Traveler’s Perceived Destination Image and Travel Intention (PhD, co-supervisor)

Completed Supervision

Student Nursultan Zhamgyrchiev
Program of study Key Factors that Influence Entrepreneurial Intention and Entrepreneurial Behaviour among University Students in Malaysia: a Social Clustering Approach; BBusCom (Hons); 2017
Awarding University Monash University Malaysia
Student Erica Jioe
Program of study Retail Customer and Inventory Analytics in Online Grocery Store; MIB; 2018
Awarding University Monash University Malaysia
Student Shendy Boenyamin
Program of study Customer Analytics in Conventional Grocery Store; MIB; 2018
Awarding University Monash University Malaysia

Local Award

Award Name National Top 20 in SAS FinTech Challenge
Awarding Body SAS Malaysia
Year of award 2017
Project Title Conceptual Paper - CashOut
Award Name ISI Regional Statistics Award for Most Promising Paper by a Student
Awarding Body ISI Regional Statistics
Year of award 2014
Project Title Quality of the Regulatory Governance and Affordability on Information Seeking Use of Facebook in a Developing Country

International Award

Award Name Jeffrey Cheah Travel Grant Award for Southeast Asia Studies at Harvard University
Awarding Body Jeffrey Cheah Foundation
Year of award 2015
Project Title N/A

Local Presentation

* Liew, E.J.Y., Koh, S.G.M., French J.A., and Poh, Y.H. (2018), Are Medical Practitioners Ready for Analytics using the Electronic Medical Record System? Presented in the 4th ISM International Statistical Conference (ISM-IV), 1 – 2 August, Sunway University, Malaysia (Organizer: Department of Statistics Malaysia)
* Poh Y. H., Ruslan S. R., Liew, E.J.Y., Koh, S.G.M., and French J.A. (2018), Doctor’s Productivity Using the Electronic Medical Record System: A Dynamic Capabilities Perspective. Accepted for presentation in the Annual Scientific Meeting on Intensive Care (ASMIC), 20 – 23 September, Shangri-la Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (Organizer: Malaysian Society of Intensive Care)
* Liew, E. J.Y., Vaithilingam, S. and Nair, M. (2014), Quality of the Regulatory Governance and Affordability on Information Seeking Use of Facebook in a Developing Country, presented at the International Statistical Institute Regional Statistics Conference (ISI-RSC), 16 – 19 November 2014, Sasana Kijang, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (Organizer: Bank Negara Malaysia) – Received the Best Paper Award.

International Presentation

* Liew, E.J.Y., Poh Y.H., Koh, S.K.M., French J.A., and Teh P.L. (2018), The Use of Electronic Medical Record System on Dynamic Capabilities and Physician Productivity. Submitted for the 18th International Conference on Electronic Business (ICEB), 2 -6 December, Guilin, China (an affiliated conference of the Association for Information Systems (AIS)).
* Koh, S.G.M., French J.A., and Liew, E.J.Y. (2018) Quality Healthcare Services in Future Cities: Progress and Challenges, Researcher Links Workshop: Data Analytics for Future Cities Research, VN-UK Institute for Research & Executive Education, 11 – 13 July 2018, The University of Danang, Da Nang, Vietnam.
* Liew, E. J.Y., Vaithilingam, S. and Nair, M. (2015), Quality of the Regulatory Governance and Affordability on Economic and Information Seeking Use of Facebook in Malaysia, accepted for the 11th International Conference on Technology, Knowledge, and Society, 23 – 24 February 2015, University of California, Berkeley, CA, USA.