IJIMT 2012 Vol.3(2): 136-145 ISSN: 2010-0248
DOI: 10.7763/IJIMT.2012.V3.211

Enhancing Graduates’ Employability with Market Driven Pedagogy of Financial Economics Specific Skill for Decision Making

Matthew Goldman Kimher Lim and Hazri Jamil

Abstract—the meaning of market driven is discussed to set a background of employability. Global issues in youth’s unemployment are identified as well as resolutions in few countries. To enhance specific graduates’ employment prospect, this paper suggest that integration between tertiary education and industry’s requirement can be more effectively interlinked with a market driven pedagogy of scalable tri-educational approach that consolidates selective prior basic knowledge alongside a closely monitored continuous professional development program within a work integrated dissertation environment to formulate a pedagogy in financial economics specific skills. The pedagogic aim would be to develop specific graduates with constructive decision making abilities that address high value questions in this fast informative era with specific content treating money as a tradable resource commodity for increased ROE which optimized risks within reliable high value information and within diversification options having known the opportunities presented, the money quantum needed and the expected time ROI and ROE.

Index Terms—career advancement, employability, financial economics, human capital, market driven pedagogy.

Matthew Goldman Kimher Lim is with the Shanghai Metro Education(e-mail: matthew.lim@metro-education.com)Hazri Jamil is with the Universiti Sains Malaysia (e-mail:hazri@usm.my).

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Cite: Matthew Goldman Kimher Lim and Hazri Jamil, "Enhancing Graduates’ Employability with Market Driven Pedagogy of Financial Economics Specific Skill for Decision Making," International Journal of Innovation, Management and Technology vol. 3, no. 2, pp. 136-145, 2012.

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