Dr Go You How
Designation: Assistant Professor
Faculty / Institute / Centre : Faculty of Business and Finance
Department / Unit: Department of Economics
Telephone No: +605-4688888 ext 4308
Fax: +605-4661313
Email Address: goyh@utar.edu.my
Scopus Profile : https://www.scopus.com/authid/detail.uri?authorId=56754806900
Google Scholar Profile : https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=3tULc9oAAAAJ&hl=en
Orcid ID : https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1529-8885
Qualification: Doctor of Philosophy, Universiti Malaya ( Applied Finance )
Master of Applied Statistics, Universiti Malaya
Bachelor of Economics (Hons), Universiti Malaya ( Applied Statistics )

You-How Go is an Assistant Professor at the Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, Malaysia. He is currently a member of the Department of Economics under the Faculty of Business and Finance. He holds degree of Bachelor of Economics (Hons) and Master of Applied Statistics from the University of Malaya (2003-2008). He also holds PhD in applied finance from the University of Malaya (2010-2016). His thesis places the emphasis on crude palm oil futures trading from the perspectives of informational efficiency and hedging effectiveness.

      His comprehensive review on informational efficiency has been published in “Journal of Economic Surveys”. In addition, his earlier findings in the context of Malaysian crude palm oil market during his candidature provide new insights into market efficiency and spot-futures relation. These findings have been published in mainstream economics and finance journals such as “Journal of Asset Management”, “Resources Policy” and “Journal of Commodity Markets”. After that, he continues to examine issues in crude palm oil trading and publishes new findings in “Agricultural Economics”. His later work establishes the importance of crude palm oil pricing dynamics in mitigating foreign exchange risk during the aftermath of the global financial crisis (The North American Journal of Economics and Finance, 2021).

     While the prime focus of his research is on crude palm oil trading, he has also worked extensively on environmental economics and developments in commodity markets. As a result, his research findings have been published in “The Journal of International Trade & Economic Development”, “Environmental Science and Pollution Research”, “Energy & Environment” and “Business Strategy and Development”.  He also actively serves as the reviewer for both Web of Science and Scopus-indexed journals. Currently, he is the life member of Malaysian Finance Association and Malaysian Economic Association.