Phanindra Goyari

Professor
MPhil (IGIDR Mumbai), PhD (UoH)


PHANINDRA  GOYARI, PhD

Professor of Economics,
School of Economics,
University of Hyderabad,
PO-Central University,
Prof. C. R. Rao Road, Gachibowli,
Telangana State
Hyderabad–500046, INDIA
 
Tel: +91-40-66793118 (Desk), 23133100 (O)
Cell: +91-810-686-2730
Emails: pgoyari@uohyd.ac.in
            phanin12@gmail.com



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Brief Profile

Dr. Phanindra Goyari is currently a Professor of Economics (teaching and research) in the School of Economics, University of Hyderabad. He successfully completed his UGC Raman Fellowship period and Post Doctoral Research works at Texas Christian University, USA, during 2016-2017. He has more than two decades of teaching experience in Economics at the master degree level. Before joining this university, he worked for a short period as a regular Lecturer in the Department of Business Economics at the VBS Purvanchal University, Jaunpur. He completed his MA Economics with Silver Medal from Gauhati University. He obtained his MPhil degree from Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (IGIDR) Mumbai and PhD degree in agricultural economics from the University of Hyderabad. He has been teaching Econometrics, Model Building and Simulation in Economics, Microeconomic Theory, Mathematical Methods for Economics, Optimization in Economic Theory, Statistics for Economics and Theories of Economic Growth to MA and IMA students. His present research interests are broadly in agricultural economics (with special reference to summer paddy, irrigation development, weather risks and nonparametric econometric modeling), tourism and health economics, development economics, Indian economy and development issues. About 47 journal publications of his research team have appeared in many refereed journals. He has 4 books to his credit till now. He guided 16 MPhil scholars and 15 PhD scholars (degrees awarded). His successful research scholars are now working as regular faculty members in various institutions like IIT Kharagpur, SMVD University, NIPFP New Delhi, SRM University, Woxsen University, IIT Palakkad, Ravenshaw University, North Orissa University, Central University of Jammu, and various colleges in India.

Education:

·  Post Doctoral Research, Texas Christian University, USA (2016-2017)

·  PhD (Economics), University of Hyderabad, India

·  MPhil (Economics), Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (IGIDR) Mumbai

·  MA Economics, Gauhati University, India

·  BA Economics (Major course), Udalguri College under Gauhati University, India

Positions Held:

(a) Current position: Full Professor, School of Economics, University of Hyderabad, since April 2016-

(b) Associate Professor, School of Economics, University of Hyderabad, April 2013 - April 2016.

(c) Assistant Professor, Dept. of Economics, University of Hyderabad, Jan 2006 - April 2013.

(d) Lecturer, Department of Economics, University of Hyderabad, Dec 2000 - Jan 2006.

(e) Lecturer, Department of Business Economics, VBS Purvanchal University, April-Dec, 2000.


Courses taught at the master degree level

(MA Economics/Financial Economics): from year 2000 till now...

Basic Econometrics

Model Building and Simulation in Economics

Introduction to Economics

Mathematical Methods for Economics

Basic Mathematics

Microeconomic Theory

Statistical Methods for Economics-I & II

Optimization in Economics Theory and

Theories of Economic Growth


Present Research Areas of Interest:

Agricultural Economics, Health and Energy Economics, Tourism Economics, Non-parametric Econometrics Modeling, Development Economics, Growth of Indian Economy and Developmental Issues.

Selected publications in refereed journals by his Research Team 

47. “Does Monetary Policy Stabilize Food Inflation in India? Evidence from Quantile Regression Analysis”, full research article in: The Australian Economic Review, ISSN: 1467-8462, Scopus indexed, First online published: 17 May 2022, pp. 1-12, Volume: 55, Issue No. 3, page 361-372, (Co-author: Asharani Samal). Online Link:  http://doi.org/10.1111/1467-8462.12474

 46. "Measuring Financial Inclusion and Its Present Status in South Asian Countries: Evidence from a Multidimensional Financial Inclusion Index", full research article in: Theoretical and Applied Economics, ISSN: 1844-0029, UGC Care listed and ABDC Ranked C,  3(632), Autumn, Page 131-150 (2022), (Co-author: Susanta Kumar Sethy). Online Link: http://store.ectap.ro/articole/1613.pdf

 45. “The Impact of Macroeconomic Factors on Food Price Inflation: An Evidence from India", full research article in: Future Business Journal, Springer Open, ISSN: 2314-7210, ESCI indexed, First online published: 21 June 2022, 8: 15, pp. 1-14, Volume: 00, Issue No. 00. (Co-author: Asharani Samal and Ummalla Mallesh). Online Link:  https://link.springer.com/article/10.1186/s43093-022-00127-7

 44. “Rice Ecosystem Heterogeneity and Determinants of Climate Risk Adaptation in Indian Agriculture: Farm-level Evidence”, full research article in: Journal of Agribusiness in Developing and Emerging Economies, Emerald, ISSN: 2044-0839, Scopus indexed, First Online Published 14 June 2022, (Co-authors: Gouraram Pandaraiah and Kirtti Ranjan Paltasingh). Online Link: https://www.emerald.com/insight/content/doi/10.1108/JADEE-03-2022-0044/full/html

 43. "Impact of Formal Financial Services on Per Capita Income in India: Evidence from Regression and Causality Approach", full research article in: Indian Journal of Economics and Development, ISSN: 2277-5412, (Indexed in Scopus & UGC-CARE), Volume 18, Issue 3, Page 597-605, (Co-author: Susanta Kumar Sethy). 

42. “Food Price Inflation and Relative Price Variability in India: Evidence from Decomposition Analysis”, research article in: Studies in Microeconomics, ISSN: 2321-0222, Scopus and ABDC indexed, First online published: 24 March 2022, pp. 1-20, Volume: ahead-of-print, Issue No. ahead-of-print. (Co-author: Asharani Samal)

    41. "Financial Inclusion and Financial Stability Nexus Revisited in South Asian Countries: Evidence from a New Multidimensional Financial Inclusion Index", research paper in:  Journal of Financial Economic Policy, ISSN: 1757-6385, Scopus/ABDC & Web of science indexed, First online published: 24 March 2022, pp. 1-20, Volume: ahead-of-print, Issue No. ahead-of-print, (Co-author: Susanta Kumar Sethy).

40. How does the yield variability in rainfed crops respond to climate variables? Evidence from pulses yields in Telangana, India", in: Journal of Agribusiness in Developing and Emerging Economies, Scopus indexed, ISSN: 2044-0839, Volume 12 Issue 2, pp. 262-2802022(Co-author: Raju Guntukula).

39. “Effect of Climate Variability on Yields of Major Crops Grown in Odisha, India”, in: Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics, Scopus indexed, ISSN: 0019-5014, 75(2): 186-216, April-June 2020 (Co-author: Asis Kumar Senapati), Published in August 2020.

38. “Climate Change Effects on the Crop Yield and Its Variability in Telangana, India”, in: Studies in Microeconomics, ISSN: 2321-0222, 8(1): 119-148, (Co-author: Guntukula Raju), First Published 29 May 2020.


37. “The Impact of Clean Energy Consumption on Economic Growth and CO2 Emissions in BRICS Countries: Does the Environmental Kuznets Curve Exist?”, in: Journal of Public Affairs, ISSN: 1479-1854, 2020;e2126, pp. 1-12, (First Published 25 March 2020), (Co-author: Ummalla Mallesh).


36. “The Impact of Climate Change on Maize Yields and its Variability in Telangana, India: A Panel Approach Study”, in: Journal of Public Affairs, ISSN: 1479-1854, 2020;e2088, pp. 1-11, (First Published 20 February 2020), (Co-author: Guntukula Raju).


35. “The Size and Growth of Firms: New Evidence on Law of Proportionate Effect from Asia”, in: Journal of Asia Business Studies,ISSN: 1558-7894, 14(1): 91-108 (2020), (Co-authors: Inder Sekhar Yadav and Debasis Pahi).

34. “Growth and Instability in Agricultural Productivity in Odisha”, in: Agricultural Economics Research Review, ISSN: 0971-3441, 32(1): 55-65 (2019), (Co-author: Asis Kumar Senapati).

33. “Nexus among the Hydropower Energy Consumption, Economic Growth and CO2 Emissions: Evidence from BRICS countries”, in: Environmental Science and Pollution Research, ISSN: 0944-1344, 26(34): 35010-35022 (2019), (Co-authors: Ummalla Mallesh and Asharani Samal).

32. “Efficiency Decomposition in Two-Stage Data Envelopment Analysis: An Application to Life Insurance Companies in India”, in: Journal of Quantitative Economics, ABDC Ranked “B” Journal, ISSN: 0971-1554, 27(2): 271-285 (2019), (Co-authors: Suvvari Anandarao and S Raja Sethu Durai).

31. “Financial Performance Assessment using Grey Relational Analysis (GRA): An Application to Life Insurance Companies in India, in: Grey Systems: Theory and Application, ISSN: 2043-9377, 9(4): 502-516, (2019), (Co-authors: Suvvari Anandarao and S Raja Sethu Durai).

30. Statistical Modeling of Crop-Weather Relations in India: A Survey on Evolutionary Trend of Methodology”, in:  Asian Journal of Agriculture and Development, ABDC Ranked “C” Journal, ISSN: 1656-4383, Vol. 15(1): 43-60, June, (2018), (Co-author: Kirtti Ranjan Paltasingh).

29. “Financial Integration and Macroeconomic Volatility: Evidence from Asia”, in: Journal of Economic and Administrative Sciences (Emerald insight open access), Vol. 35(2): 94-112, (2018), ABDC Ranked C grade, ISSN-1026-4116, (Co-authors: Inder Sekhar Yadav and R K Mishra). 

28. “Impact of Farmer Education on Farm Productivity under Varying Technologies: Case of Paddy Growers in India”, in:  Agricultural and Food Economics, ISSN: 2193-7532 (Springer open), Vol. 6(1), article 7, pp. 1-19, May, (2018), (Co-author: Kirtti Ranjan Paltasingh).

27. “The Nexus between Saving, Investment and Growth in India: Evidence from Cointegration and Causality Tests”, in: Economic Alternatives, ISSN: 1312-0818, 2018(1), (Co-authors: Inder Sekhar Yadav and R K Mishra).

26. “Measuring Financial Inclusion of Indian States: An Empirical Study”, in: Indian Journal of Economics and Development, ISSN: 2277-5412, Vol. 14, No. 1, pp. 111-118, January-March (2018), (Co-author: Susanta Kumar Sethy).

25. “Relationship between Financial Exclusion and Social Exclusion: A Study on Major Tribal Districts in Odisha”, in: Orissa Economic Journal, ISSN: 0976-5409, Vol. 50(1 & 2), pp. 162-172 (2018), (Co-author: Susanta Kumar Sethy).

24. “Agricultural Growth and Production Variability of Principal Crops in India: An Empirical Investigation”, in: Advances in Plants & Agricultural Research, ISSN:2373-6402, Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 50-56, (2018). (Co-author: Asis Kumar Senapati).

23. “Rice Ecosystems and Adoption of Modern Rice Varieties in Odisha, East India: Intensity, Determinants and Policy Implications”, in: The Journal of Developing Areas, ISSN: 0022-037X, ABDC Ranked “B” Journal, Vol. 51(3), Summer (2017), pp. 197-213 (Co-authors: Kirtti Ranjan Paltasingh and Kiril Tochkov).

22. “Determinants of Sovereign Bond Yields in Emerging Economies: Some Panel Inferences”, In: Theoretical and Applied Economics, Print ISSN: 1841-8678, Online ISSN: 1844-0029, Volume XXIII (2016), No. 3(608), Autumn, pp.101-118. (Co-authors: Sri Hari Naidu A. and B Kamaiah).

21. "Inter-State Industrial Structure and Performance Vis-à-vis India: A Comparative Study of Indian States using ASI Data", In: Man & Development, (Quarterly Journal), ISSN: 0258-0438, pp. 131-164, Vol. XXXVIII, No. 1, March, (2016), (Co-authors: R K Mishra and Inder Sekhar Yadav).

20. “Empirical Relationship between Commodity, Stock and Bond Prices in India: A DCC Model Analysis”, In: IUP Journal of Applied Finance, 22(1): 37-49, (2016), (Co-author: Pratap K Jena).

19. "Opportunity Cost of Illness and Occupational Classes: A Case Study of Balangir district of Odihsa", In: Artha Vijnana, ISSN: 0971-586X, Vol. LVII, No. 3, pp.211-231, September, (2015). (Co-authors: Susanta Nag, G. Sridevi and Inder Sekhar Yadav).

18. "Climatic Risks and Household Vulnerability Assessment: A Case Study of Paddy Growers in Odisha", Agricultural Economics Research Review, ISSN: 0971-3441, Vol. 28 (Conference Number), pp. 199-210, November (2015), (Co-author: Kirtti Ranjan Paltasingh).

17. "Economic Determinants of Fixed Investment: Panel Evidence from Indian States using ASI Data", Journal of Economic Policy and Research, ISSN: 0975-8577, Vol. 10(2), pp. 1-20, April, (2015). (Co-authors: R K Mishra and Inder Shekhar Yadav).

16. “Irrigation Difference and Productivity Variations in Paddy: Field Evidences from Udalguri District of Assam”, Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics, ISSN-0019-5014, January-March, Vol. 69(1), pp.89-106, (2014).

15. “The Profitability and Size of Indian Companies: An Empirical Analysis”, The South Asian Journal of Management, ISSN-0971-5428, Vol.21(1), Jan-March, (2014), (Co-author: Inder Sekhar Yadav).  

14. “Analyzing Growth and Instability in Subsistence Agriculture of Odisha: Evidence from Major Crops”, Agricultural Economics Research Review, 26(Conference Number): 67-78 (2013). (Co-author: Kirtti Ranjan Paltasingh).

13. “Supply Response in Rainfed Agriculture of Odisha, Eastern India: A Vector Error Correction Approach”, Agricultural Economics Review, Vol. 14(2), (2013). (Co-author: Kirtti Ranjan Paltasingh).

12. “Educational Status of Tea Plantation Women Workers in Assam: An Empirical Analysis”, Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies, Vol. 01(3), pp. 17-26, (2013). (Co-author: Dipali Bosumatari).

11. “The Domestic Saving-Investment Relationship in India: Evidence from Cointegration Tests”, The Indian Economic Journal, Vol. 60(4), January-March, (2013), (Co-author: Inder Sekhar Yadav).

10. “Determinants of Corporate Fixed Investment: Panel Data Evidence from India”, Journal of Economic Policy and Research, October 2012 to March 2013, 8(1): 180-207 (2013). (Co-authors: Inder Sekhar Yadav and Naresh Kumar Sharma).

09. “Price Risk Management Strategies and Commodity Futures Market in India", Journal of Business and Finance, (ISSN:0974-3413), 6(1): 59-75, Jan-June (2013), (Co-author: Pratap Kumar Jena).

08. “Measuring Weather Impact on Crops through Aridity Index: Evidence from Orissa”, Agricultural Economics Research Review, 25(2): 205-216, (2012), (Co-authors: Kirtti Ranjan Paltasingh and R K Mishra).

07. “Corporate investment and firm’s financial policy: Panel evidence on cointegration and causality in India”, Finance India, September, XXVI(3): 817-844 (2012). (Co-authors: Inder Sekhar Yadav and N K Sharma).

06. “Commodity Futures Market in India: An Econometric Analysis”, The Indian Journal of Economics, Volume XIC, No. 363,Part IV, April, (2011), p.699-717. (Co-author: Pratap Kumar Jena).

05. “Working women households and time-saving consumption in Kerala”, South Asia Research, Vol. 31(2), July (2011), pp. 119-134 (Co-author: Shalina Susan Mathew).

04. Review of book “Land Reforms in States and Union Territories in India” by P K Agrawal,, Concept Publishing Company, 2010, 254 pages, ISBN 978-8180696879, in: Journal of Governance and Policy Research, ISSN 2231-0924, 1(2): 74-78, (2011).

03. “Determinants of capital structure of corporate firms:  Panel data evidence from India”, Asian Economic Review, 52(2): 331-355, (2010), (Co-authors: Inder Sekhar Yadav and N K Sharma).

02. “Input-specific risk in HYV and traditional paddy cultivation: An analysis of agricultural practices in Assam”, The ICFAI University Journal of Applied Economics, Vol. VII (6), November (2008), pp. 64-81  (Co-author: Naresh Kumar Sharma).

01. “Flood damages and sustainability of agriculture in Assam”, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. XL (26), June 25, (2005), pp. 2723-2729.

Publications as Chapters/Articles in Edited Books:


12. Determinants of New Agricultural Technology Adoption: A Survey on Theoretical and Empirical Studies”, Chapter 1, In Sunil Narwade book (Ed): “Agricultural and Rural Development in Backward Regions of India”, ISBN: 978-81-.94956099, Kailash Publications, pp. 1-54. (2021), (Co-authors: Naresh Kumar Sharma and Inder Sekhar Yadav).


11. “Indian Agriculture after the Green Revolution: An Overview”, Chapter 2 in the book: Indian Agriculture after the Green Revolution: Changes and Challenges, ISBN-978-1138286290, Routledge Publication, New York, Edited by Binoy Goswami, M P Bezbaruah and Raju Mandal, pp-8-28, (2018) (Co-authors: Kirtti Ranjan Paltasingh and Kiril Tochkov).

10. "Irrigation and New Technology Role on Rice Cropping Pattern in Assam-1975 to 2005", in a book Indian Economy and Economic Reforms in Inter-Industry Frameworks, ISBN-978-9352025275, VVN Somayajulu (Ed.), Himalaya Publishing House, pp.329-347, January, (2015).

09. "Empowering Women through Education: A Case Study of Tea Plantation Women Workers in Assam”, in S. T. Janetius, R. Padmanabhan & M. Mudiappan (Eds.), Rural Empowerment for Sustainable Development: Empowering Rural Families, Women and Girl Children, Hikey Media Print and Publisher, Chennai, March 2013, p.153-159, (ISBN: 978-9382570059), (Co-author: Dipali Bosumatari).

08. Abundant Water Resources and Low Irrigation: Some Issues for Paddy Cultivation in Assam”, in A Jyotishi, S Mahapatra and M Bavinck (Eds.), Legal Pluralism in Natural Resource Management: South and South-East Asian Perspectives, Excel India Publishers, New Delhi, (2012), Pp. 56-72.

07. "Measuring Weather Impact on Crops: A Relook at Methodology", in R K Mishra and Samanta Sahu (Eds), Water Governance, (ISBN 978-8184247527), Allied Publishers, New Delhi, 2012, pp.169-181 (Co-authors: K R Paltasingh and R K Mishra).

06. "Measuring Agricultural Growth and Crop Diversification: Evidence from Odisha", in R K Mishra, S Sailaja and S Kolluru (Eds), Econometric Applications for Managers, (ISBN 978-8184247633),Allied Publishers, New Delhi, 2012, pp. 42-62. (Co-authors: Kirtti Ranjan Paltasingh and R K Mishra).

05. "Market Efficiency and Lead-lag Relationships between Futures and Spot Prices: A Study on Gold and Crude Oil in India”, in R. P. Pradhan (Ed.), Infrastructure Finance: Issues and Challenges, (ISBN-9780230332157), MacMillan New Delhi, 2011 (Co-author: Pratap Kumar Jena).

04. "Factors behind Low Yield of Paddy in Assam", in H S Rout and S Bhyrava Murthy (Eds), Human Development in India- Challenges and Policies, (ISBN 9788177082395), New Century Publications, New Delhi, 2010, pp.391-414, (Co-author: Dipali Bosumatari).

03. "Flow of Institutional Credit to Agricultural Sector in India: An Analysis of Five Major States", in Pandey, R.K. et al. (Eds), Perspectives on Agripreneurship and Rural Development, (ISSN: 978-8177082395), Excel India Publishers, New Delhi, 2009, pp. 247-264. (Co-author: Devonath Narzary)

02. "Scarcity in the Midst of Plenty: Irrigation Development for Water Abundant Assam", article in M. Dinesh Kumar (Ed), Managing Water in the Face of Growing Scarcity, Inequity and Declining Returns: Exploring Fresh Approaches, Volume 2, April 2008, pp. 586-600, Conference proceedings of 7th Annual Partners’ Meet of IWMI-TATA Water Policy Research Program, ICRISAT Campus, Patancheru.

01. "Regional Food Security Grids: Can Assam be the Future Granary of the North-East India?’ article in R. Lal and H. C. Purohit (Eds.). ‘Rural Development and NGO’, (ISBN: 978-8183291811), January 2007, Sree Publishers and Distributors, New Delhi, pp. 175-187.

Books Published:

1. Goyari, P. (2010). Cropping Pattern Changes in the North-Eastern Region of India: A Study of Influencing Factors, VDM Publishing House, Germany, ISBN 9783639276329, p. v+92, July.

2. Basumatary, B. and Goyari, P. (2010). Assam Tea: A Study on Determinants of Yield, VDM Publishing House, Germany, ISBN 9783639282641, pp. v+92, August.

3. Yadav, I. S. and Goyari, P. (2011). Firm Size, Growth and Profitability: An Empirical Analysis of the Indian Corporate Sector, VDM Publishing House, Germany, ISBN: 978-3639324754, pp. v+79, January.

4.  Narzary, D. and Goyari, P. (2011). Institutional Agricultural Credit in India: Patterns and Linkages with Modern Farm Inputs in Major Five States, Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany, ISBN-9783844386615, pp. v+100, July.

Few conferences attended and papers presented:

(1) The 3rd International Conference on Economics and Finance, Nepal Rastra Bank, Kathmandu, Nepal, 28-29 February 2020.

(2) The 56th Annual Conference of The Indian Econometric Society (TIES), Madurai Kamaraj University, Tamil Nadu, India, 8-10 January 2020.

(3) The 3rd Development Economics Conference, 17-19 June 2019, University of Lincoln, UK.

(4) 71st Annual Conference of Indian Commerce Association, Osmania University, 20-22 December 2018

(5) The 55th Annual Conference of The Indian Econometric Society (TIES), NISM Mumbai, 8-10 January 2019.

(6) 22nd Biennial Conference of the Association of Indian Economic and Financial Studies, NCDS Bhubaneswar, 31 July-1 August 2017.

(7) 18th Annual Conference of North-Eastern Economic Association, Gauhati University, 15-17 December 2016.

(8) 86th Annual Conference of Southern Economic Association, Washington DC, USA, Nov 19-21, 2016.

(9) International Academic Conference on Disciplinary Discourses in Use of Technology, March 17-18, 2016, University of Hyderabad.

(10)  85th Annual Conference of Southern Economic Association, New Orleans, USA, November 21-23, 2015.

(11) National Seminar on ‘Agrarian Crisis in India: The Way Out’, NIRD, Hyderabad, 05-07 November 2012.

(12) International Workshop and Conference on “Legal Pluralism in Natural Resource Management”, Amrita School of Business, Amrita University, Coimbatore, 30-31 March 2012.

(13) National Seminar on Governance and Management of Drinking Water: Issues and Challenges, Institute of Public Enterprises, Hyderabad, 14-15 February 2012.

(14) National Seminar on Inclusive Growth in Agriculture, Department of Economics, Osmania University, March 27, 2010.

(15) The ‘44th Annual conference of the Indian Econometric Society (TIES)’, at University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, 3 – 5 January, 2008.

(16) The 7th Annual Partners’ Meet of International Water Management Institute & TATA Water Policy Program, at ICRISAT, Patancheru, 2-4 April 2008.

PhD Scholars Supervisions: Total 15 awarded.

1.   Dr. Inder Sekhar Yadav  

(PhD degree awarded in August 2009).

Current position: Associate Professor, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur, West Bengal, India.

2.   Dr. Dipali Bosumatari

(PhD degree awarded in May 2014).

Current position: Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Don Bosco College, Jallong, Itanagar.

3.   Dr. Pratap Kumar Jena

(PhD degree awarded in September 2014).

Current position: Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, North Orissa University, Baripada, Odisha, India.

4.   Dr. Kirtti Ranjan Paltasingh

(PhD degree awarded in November 2014).

Current position: Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, SMVD University, Katra, Jammu & Kashmir, India.

5.   Dr. Devonath Narzary

(PhD degree awarded in May 2016).

Current position: Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Ratnapith College, Dhubri, Assam

6.   Dr. A. Sri Hari Nayudu

(PhD degree awarded in May 2016).

Current position: Economist, National Institute of Public Finance and Fiscal Policy (NIPFP), New Delhi, India.

7.   Dr. Asis Kumar Senapati

(PhD degree awarded in July 2018).

Current position: Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Ravenshaw University, Cuttack, Odisha, India.

8.   Dr. Susanta Nag  

(PhD degree awarded in April 2019).

Current position: Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Central University of Jammu, India.

9.   Dr. Kalpna Negi

(PhD degree awarded in September 2019).

Current position: Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, SPM College, University of Delhi.

10.  Dr. Suvvari Anandarao

(PhD degree awarded in November 2019).

Current position: Assistant Professor of Economics, SRM University, AP-Amaravati

11.  Dr. Ummalla Mallesh 

(PhD degree awarded in February 2021).

Current position: Assistant Professor of Economics, Woxen Business School, Woxen University.

12.  Dr. Pandaraiah G. 

(PhD degree awarded on 13 December 2021).

Current position: Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Mahatma Gandhi University, Nalgonda.

13.  Dr. Asharani  Samal 

(PhD degree awarded on : 13 January 2022).

Current position: Assistant Professor of Economics, Woxen Business School, Woxen University.

14.  Dr. Guntukula Raju 

(PhD Degree Awarded on : 31 March 2022.

Current position: Assistant Professor of Economics, SRM University, AP-Amaravati


15.  Dr. Susanta Kumar Sethy 

(PhD Degree Awarded on: 13 May 2022).

Current position: Assistant Professor of Economics, Rajendra University, Balangir, Odisha, 

16.  Mr. S. Limakumba Walling, 

      (PhD Thesis Submitted: 31 May 2022).

Current position: Assistant Professor of Economics, School of Economics, University of Hyderabad 

Post Doctoral Fellow (ongoing)

Dr. Venkatappa Naik

M.Phil Students Supervised: Total  16 awarded

(01) Inder Sekhar Yadav, “Firm Size, Growth and Profitability: An Empirical Analysis of Indian Corporate Sector”, MPhil degree awarded in 2005.


(02) Biju Bosumatari, “Tea cultivation in Assam: A Study on Area, Yield and Production”,  MPhil degree awarded in 2007.


(03) Shalina Susan Mathew, “Time-saving Consumption Expenditure of Single- and Dual-Earner Households in Kerala: A Case Study of Kottayam District”, MPhil degree awarded in 2008.


(04) Devonath Narzary, “Flow of Institutional Credit to Agricultural Sector in India: An Analysis of Five Major States”, MPhil degree awarded in 2008.


(05) Dipali Bosumatari, “Rice Cultivation in Assam: An Analysis on Productivity”, MPhil degree awarded in 2008.


(06) Pratap Kumar Jena, “Commodity Futures Prices in India: An Econometric Analysis”, MPhil degree awarded in 2010.


(07) Susanta Nag, “Determinants of Health Expenditure: A Household Level Analysis in Orissa”, MPhil degree awarded in 2011.


(08) Yasir P., “Consumption Pattern of Kerala: An Analysis Using NSSO Data”, MPhil degree awarded in December 2012.


(09) Bruhid Rabha, “Boro Rice Cultivation in Assam: Recent Issues and Evidences”, degree awarded in August 2016.


(10) Sanjeev Vasudevan, “Agriculture Industry Linkages in India: A Macroeconomic Study”, degree awarded in August 2016.


(11) Jyotirmayee Sahoo, “Pre-school Education Component of ICDS: A Study of Odisha”, MPhil degree awarded in May 2017.


(12) Jithina P. C., “Multi-Dimensional Poverty Among Scheduled Tribes in Kerala: A Case Study of Wayanad District”, MPhil degree awarded in May 2017 (co-supervision with Dr. G. Sridevi).


(13) T. Prasad Teja, “Issues of Employment and Livelihood Conditions of Handloom Weavers”, MPhil degree awarded in June 2017 (co-supervision with Dr. G. Vijay).


(14) Anjani Kumar Tripathi, “Educational Disparity in India: A Study using U-DISE Data across Regions”, MPhil degree awarded in October 2019.


(15) Laxmipriya Debata, “Climatic Vulnerability in Agriculture of Odisha and Andhra Pradesh: Evidences from Major Crops”, MPhil degree awarded in October 2019.


(16) Rujuthai Brahma, “Tourism Development in Assam: A Study on Present Status and Policy Issues”, MPhil degree awarded in October 2019.

Journal Articles Reviewed:

Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Economics Research Review, Assam Economic Journal, Assam Economic Review, Asian Journal of Agriculture and Development, Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research, Economics Bulletin, Transportation in Developing Economies, Land Use Policy, Financial Innovation, Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences, Journal of Public Affairs, The Indian Economic Journal, Journal of Cleaner Production, Global Business Review.

Membership of Professional Bodies:

(a) Life Member:  North-East Economic Association (NEEA), India.

(b) Life Member: Indian Association of Social Sciences (IASS).

(c) Life Member: Indian Society of Agricultural Economics (ISAE).

(d) Life Member: The Indian Econometric Society (TIES).

(e) Life Member: Indian Commerce Association (ICA).

(f) Life Member: Agricultural Economics Research Association (AERA), India.

(g) Member: American Economic Association (AEA), USA.

Recent Project Report Submitted