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Ph.D. - Indian Institute of Management, Raipur B.Tech - UPES, Dehradun Visiting Student: • University of Surrey, U.K. (Attended virtually) Summer school course: The art and science of DSGE modelling (Advanced) • Paris School of Economics, France Summer school course: Macroeconomics – Macroeconomic Analysis and Policy • Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore
Indian Institute of Management, Visakhapatnam 1. Macroeconomics (MBA-Core) 2. Econometrics (FDP) Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta 1. Managerial Economics (PGP-VLMP) [Co-Teaching] 2. Macroeconomics (MBA-Core) 3. Advanced Macroeconomics (Ph.D.)
Awarded scholarship under "Scholarship Scheme for Faculty Members from Academic Institutions – 2022" by the Reserve Bank of India.
Assistant Professor, Economics Group, Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta (March 2022 to Present) Assistant Professor, Economics & Social Science Area, Indian Institute of Management, Visakhapatnam ( March 2021-March 2022)
• ‘Impairment of Monetary Autonomy: Case of Duo vs. Trilemma,’ (with A. K. Rohit and P. Dash), Economics Letters, vol-182, pp 71-77, 2019. (ABDC-A & ABS-3) • ‘Changing Transmission of Monetary Policy on Disaggregate Inflation in India,’ (with P. Dash), Economic Modelling, vol-92, pp 109-125, 2020. (ABDC-A & ABS-2)
• ‘The Effect of U.S. Monetary Policy Spillover on Income Inequality,’ (with P. Dash), 94th Annual Conference Western Economic Association, San Francisco, U.S.A., 2019. • 'The Changing Effect of Global Commodity Prices: Evidence from a Time-Varying FAVAR Model (with P. Dash), 94th Annual Conference Western Economic Association, San Francisco, U.S.A., 2019. • 'Changing Transmission of Monetary Policy on Disaggregate Inflation in India,’ (with P. Dash), 95th Annual Conference Western Economic Association, (Virtual), 2020.
My research interest is in the area of Macroeconomics and Macro-Finance. I have covered both empirical as well as theoretical research in my dissertation “Impact of domestic and foreign monetary policy on inflation, interest rate and income inequality”. On the empirical side, I am proficient in Bayesian-based time series analysis and panel data analysis. I work on Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium (DSGE) models incorporating financial frictions from a theoretical perspective.