Assistant Professor of Economics
BA Delhi University Economics & Mathematics 1994 MA Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi Economics 1996 MA University of Washington Economics 2000 Ph.D. University of Minnesota Economics 2005
Areas of Expertise:
Primary areas of research: Applied Macroeconomics, International Macroeconomics, International Finance, Development Economics
Secondary areas of research: Banking, Financial markets and institutions, Technical changes, Multinationals, Foreign Direct Investment and Transmission of knowledge
“Foreign Direct Investment and Regulatory Remedies for Banking Crises: Lessons from Japan”, joint with Linda Allen (Baruch College and Stern, NYU) and Wako Watanabe (Keio University), Journal of International Business Studies, Volume 42.7, pp. 875–893, September 2011 - listed in SSRN's Top Ten download list for Corporate Governance: International/Non-US, CGN: Japan (Topic).
“Indian Economic Growth: Lessons for the Emerging Economies”, “The Rise of China and India: Impacts, Prospects and Implications”, edited by Amelia U. Santos-Paulino and Guanghua Wan, Palgrave Macmillan Publisher, 2010
“Can International Productivity Differences Explain U.S. Current Account Deficits?”, joint with Robert Dekle (University of Southern California), Review of International Economics, Volume 17, Issue 4, September 2009
“Global Imbalances, Productivity Differentials and Financial Integration”, joint with Robert Dekle (USC), IMF Economic Review, Volume 56, Number 3, August 2009
“Modelling Sudden Stops: The non-trivial role of preference specifications”, Economics Letters, Volume 104, Issue 1, Pages 1-4, July 2009
“The Boom and the Bust of the Japanese Economy: A quantitative look at the period 1980 to 2000”, Japan and the World Economy, 21 (2009), pp. 116-131
“Modern India and Its Growth Miracle: A Neoclassical Analysis”, Journal of World Economic Review, Volume 3, No. 22, 2009.
“Business Cycle Accounting of the Indian Economy”, Indian Economic Journal, Volume 54, No. 2 (July-September 2006)
“Technology as a channel of economic growth in India”, India Macroeconomics Annual, December 2006, Volume 3
“Economics 1102: Principles of Macroeconomics - An Independent and Distance Learning Course - Revised Study Guide”, University College, University of Minnesota, March 2005