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Dr Lynn Wee Ling Min

Lecturer in Economics
PhD (Unimas, Malaysia), MSC (Queen’s University of Belfast, UK) BA (Strathclyde University, UK), GradDip TertEdu (Curtin University of Technology, Australia)

Faculty of Business, Design and Arts

Office No:+60 82 260 708
Fax No:+60 82 260 815
Room No: B338
Email: lwee@swinburne.edu.my
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Dr Lynn Wee is currently teaching Economics at the Faculty of Business, Design & Arts. She obtained her Ph.D from the Faculty of Social Sciences, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak in 2013. Her doctoral dissertation investigated money, power and conflict among married couples in urban Sarawak. Prior to joining Swinburne, Dr. Lynn was attached with Curtin University of Technology, Sarawak campus as a full-time lecturer in Economics for eight years. Her main research interests are in economics, family and gender studies.

Research Interests

Social economics, family and gender studies

Teaching Areas

Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Economic Principles

Research Grant

2016: Identifying and comparing the spending behaviour of culture, adventure and nature (CAN) based on tourists in Sarawak Malaysia (Swinburne Grant)

  • Research Outputs

Research Outputs

  • Gholipour H. F., Wee, L., Lim, A.L. & Jopp, R. (2018). “Environmentally Friendly Tourists and Spending on Nature-based Activities.” Journal of Ecotourism, [Online], Available at:https://doi.org/10.1080/14724049.2018.1498505 [Accessed 8 November 2018]
  • Wee, L. (2016). “What’s mine is mine, what’s yours is negotiable: Money management among married couples in urban Sarawak.” Asian Journal of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities, 4 (1), 9-20.
  • Wee, L. (2015). “Yours and mine: Gendered notions of money in marriage.” In: Hew, CS For better or for worse: Marriage and family in Sarawak. London: Whiting & Birch. 67.
  • Wee, L., Urud, A., Khin, TM., Ho, P., & Abdullah, S. (2004). “Working women and family responsibilities in Sarawak: A Case of Miri,”, Working paper in collaboration with WEPAU, Curtin Business School, Perth, Australia.