Teaching experience


University of Sheffield, Sheffield University Management School, UK
> Global Managerial Economics (MBA)
[This module focuses on the analysis of factors that affect strategic decisions and performance of firms from an economic perspective. There is particular emphasis on decision-making under conditions of uncertainty, estimation of actual and latent demand for a product, strategic interactions with competitors, designing of contracts in an environment of imperfect (asymmetric) information, the role of transactions cost in influencing key strategic decisions involving both domestic and international operations of firms, and the nature of dynamic capabilities. Finally, there is discussion about the factors that influence the regulatory and macroeconomic contexts in which firms operate, including the relevance of interconnectedness of economies for domestic macroeconomic and regulatory environments.]
> Emerging Markets Finance (MSc)
[The module discusses the rationale and process of financial liberalisation in emerging market economies, emphasising the challenges associated with striking the balance between liberalisation of the financial sector to enhance allocational efficiency of financial resources and regulations to mitigate market failure and systemic risk. Lectures focus on the characteristics of underdeveloped financial markets and the political economy of financial reforms/liberalisation. They also focus on issues such as information and transactions costs and market failures, and their implications for the development of banking sectors and capital markets in emerging market economies. The insurance industry is discussed as well. Finally, there are a series of lectures on capital flows and banking-currency crises in emerging market economies.]
> Risk & Uncertainty (MSc)
[Organisations continually face uncertainty regarding various aspects of the environment in which they operate and a myriad of risks associated with various aspects of their businesses. This module discusses the behavioural aspects of economic agents that shape their attitude towards risk and the weaknesses of risk management processes within corporations. It also discusses the process of managing uncertainty through the creation and management of a portfolio of (real) options and the process of managing different types of risks to which businesses are exposed. In the case of the latter, the emphasis will not only be on ways to manage risks but also on limits of risk management strategies. Specific examples and cases will be used to add context to the discussion about managing uncertainty and risk. This is, however, not a module about financial derivatives.]

Aston University, Aston Business School, UK
> Economic Environment of Business (MSc)
> Risk & Uncertainty in Business (MSc)
> International Business (MSc)
> Industrial Organisation & Strategy (BSc)

Brunel University, Department of Economics & Finance, School of Social Sciences, UK
> Managerial & Industrial Economics (BSc)
> Development Economics (BSc)

Queen’s University Belfast, School of Economics and Management, UK
> Advanced Economic Analysis (BSc)
> Managerial Economics (BSc)

Rutgers University, Department of Economics, New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA
> Development Economics (BSc)
> Money & Banking (BSc)

Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi and Kolkata campuses, India
> Development Economics (MSc)
> Finance I (Financial Markets & Investments) (MSc)

Indian Institute of Management, Kolkata, India
> Development Economics (Part time MBA)

Varna University of Economics, Bulgaria
> Money & Banking (undergraduate)
> Financial Markets & Investments (undergraduate)
> Development Economics (undergraduate)
> Applied Econometrics (undergraduate)


Sheffield University Management School and Real Ideas Organisation, UK
> Financing options for community businesses

> Evolution of the Indian Economy [Series: Doing Business in India]

University of Bradford, School of Management, UK
> Financial crisis of 2008-09 (for a delegation of China Development Bank)

Marcus Evans, London, UK
> Financial Markets & Instruments

ICRA Limited, Affiliate of Moody’s Investors Service, India
> The job description of the Senior Economist for the Project on Money & Finance in India included dissemination of informative analysis on capital account liberalisation (a key policy issue in India in the 1990s), financial derivatives (introduced in India in 2000), the Euro etc, as also quarterly analyses of the Indian financial markets.