Sayantan Bandhu Majumder
"Return and Volatility Spillovers among the Thematic Indices in India" is accepted for publication in the Global Business Review. [ISSN: 0972-1509]
"Merchandise Trade Flows and Economic Growth: The Post WTO Era of India" (with Sagnik Bagchi) is accepted for publication in the Artha Vijnana. [ISSN: 0971-586X]
"India facing the macroeconomic policy trade-off - is it Dilemma,
"India facing the macroeconomic policy trade-off - is it Dilemma, Trilemma or Quadrilemma?" (with Ranjanendra Narayan Nag) is accepted for publication in the Journal of Macroeconomics and Finance in Emerging Market Economies (Taylor & Francis) (Scopus, ABDC & ESCI indexed) [ISSN: 1752-0843]
"Shock and Volatility spillover among Equity sectors of the National Stock Exchange in India." (with Ranjanendra Narayan Nag) Global Business Review 19.1 (2018): 227-240. (Sage). (Scopus, ABDC & ESCI indexed) [ISSN: 0972-1509]
"Policy Trilemma in India: Exchange rate stability, Independent monetary policy and Capital account openness." (with Ranjanendra Narayan Nag) Global Economy Journal 17.3 (2017). (Scopus, ABDC & ESCI indexed) [ISSN: 1553-5304]
"Understanding the Behaviour of Capital Flow and its Components: The Indian Experience." (with Ranjanendra Narayan Nag) Margin: The Journal of Applied Economic Research 10.3 (2016): 355-380. (Sage) (Scopus, ABDC & ESCI indexed) [ISSN: 0973-8010]
"Return and volatility spillover between stock price and exchange rate: Indian evidence." (with Ranjanendra Narayan Nag) International Journal of Economics and Business Research 10.4 (2015): 326-340. (Inderscience) (Scopus & ABDC indexed) [ISSN: 1756-9850]
Sayantan Bandhu Majumder: Invited as a speaker in a webinar on "Alterations Noted in India’s Job Market: Post-Covid Scenario" organized by Departments of Economics and Geography, Panchmura Mahavidyalaya on 25th July, 2020.
- "India facing the macroeconomic policy trade-off – is it Dilemma, Trilemma or Quadrilemma?” 19th World Congress of the International Economic Association.
- “Does export curb policies of
covid-19 critical products matter?
Example from India”, RCEF 2020:
2ndRajagiri Conference on Economics
and Finance organized by the
School and Rajagiri College of Social Sciences (Autonomous), Kochi in association with The Indian Econometric Society (TIES) and the University of Economics, Ho Chi Minh City
- “India facing the macroeconomic policy trade-off – is it Dilemma, Trilemma or Quadrilemma?”, 11th ECONference-2020 organized by the Department of Economics, The University of Burdwan.
Dr. Debalina Chakravarty
"Where is the hope? Blending modern
urban lifestyle with cultural
practices in India". Current Opinion
on Environmental Sustainability (Roy
J, Chakravarty D, S Dasgupta), Vol.
31, Pp. 96-103 (2018). [ISSN:
"Can Low Carbon Urban Development be Pro Poor? The case of Kolkata, India", Environment and Urbanization, (Colenbrander, S., Gouldson, A.P., Roy, J., Kerr, N., Sardar, S., Hall, S., Sudmant, A., Ghatak, A., Chakravarty, D., Gangly, D. and McAnulla, F.). Vol. 29.1, Pp. 139-
158 (2017). [ISSN: 0956-2478]
"Low Carbon Green Growth Strategies and Sustainable Development for Mega Cities: A Case Study of Kolkata", Amity Journal of Economics, (Roy J, Ganguly D, Chakravarty D.). Vol 1(1) (2016). [ISSN:2455-9733]
"The Global South: New Estimates and
Insights from Urban India",
Rethinking Climate and Energy
Policies: New Perspectives on the
Rebound Phenomenon (Chakravarty D,
Roy J), Edited by Tilman Santarius,
Hans Jakob Walnum, Carlo Aall.
Springer International Publishing,
Switzerland. ISBN 978-3-319-38805-2,
38807-6 (eBook), DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-38807-6. (2016)
"Rebound effect: how much to worry?", Current Opinion on Environmental Sustainability (Chakravarty D, Dasgupta S, Roy J), 5(2):216-228 (2013). ISSN: 1877-3435.
Articles in Popular Media:
"Why Multi-Modal Public Transport Is
an Important Part of India's Climate
Action", Chakravarty, D & Dey, O.The
Wire. Dated 31.03.2020. Weblink:
"Electric Street Car as a Clean Public Transport Alternative: A Choice Experiment Approach" - UGC-SAP-DRS-II Sponsored International Conference On ‘Development Policy Research’ held on 3- 4 February, 2020, at the Department of Economics & Politics, Visva-Bharati, Santiniketan
Dr. Chayanika Mitra
“Gender Bias in Household Education
Expenditure: The case of West
Bengal” (with AmitaMajumder) Indian
Growth and Development Review 9.2
(2016): 129-150. [ISSN :
“Gender Bias in Education in West Bengal” (with Amita Majumder) Journal of Quantitative Economics 15.1 (2017): 173-196. [ISSN: 0971-1554]
“Trends and Patterns of High Value Crops in India” (with Saswati Chakraborty) Agricultural Situation in India September76.6 (2019): 8-17. [ISSN: 0002-1679]
“Dropout Behaviour of Children: The Case of West Bengal” (with Amita Majumder) Indian Journal of Human development 14.2 (2020): 275-289. [ISSN:0973-7030]
“Impact of Gender Diverse Boards on Performance: A Case Study of Indian Firms” is accepted for publication in Nihil Ultra Journal of Interdisciplinary Research.Invited Speaker:
Chayanika Mitra received the Young Researcher Award, 2020 from InSc (Institute of Scholars, a unit of SDPL).
Invited as a speaker in a webinar which will be on "Education system in India pre and post coronavirus with special emphasis on West Bengal" organized by the Jadavpur University Alternative Economic Society on 21st June, 2020.
“Gender Bias in Education
Expenditure among Religious and
Social Groups: A Case Study for
Below Class 10 Level in West Bengal"
11th International Conference on
Issues in Development Economics during 19-20th February,2020, organized by the Department of Economics, Burdwan University.
Dr. Devleena Majumdar
“MFN Tariff Rates and Carbon Emission: Evidence from Lower-Middle-Income Countries”(with Saibal Kar), Environmental and Resource Economics64.3 (2015): 493–510.[ISSN: 0924-6460]
“Does Technology Diffusion help
to Reduce Emission Intensity?
Evidence from Organized
Manufacturing and Agriculture in
India” (with Saibal Kar), Resource
and Energy Economics
48(2017): 30–41. [ISSN: 0928-7655]
“The Wage Response in Exporting
Firms: Evidence from Machinery and
Chemical Industries in India” (with
Saibal Kar) International Journal of
Employment Studies 23.1 (2015): 62-
“Analysis of Trends in Property Prices in Selected Indian Cities” (With Angana Bhattacharya, Sayantani Roy Chowdhury) IOSR Journal of Business and Management 20.5 (2017): [ISSN:2319–7668]
“Does Trade Affect Environmental Emission: An econometric study with special reference to India and China, Lambert Academic Publishing, 2018 [ISBN: 978-3-659-94327-0].
December 2019- Invited as a session chair and moderator in the National Conference on Consumer Choices: Impact of Digital Technology organized by XLRI & XBS.
June, 2019 - Invited Speaker at Eastern Regional Centre, ICSSR, Center for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta: Invited Resource Person as Speaker on the topic "Input-Output models and its extension to the Environmentally Extended Input Output framework".
Dr. Swapan Chakraborty
“Labour Market Regulation and Manufacturing Employment: A Study of Organized Manufacturing Sector Across Indian States” The Indian Journal of Labour Economics (2021) [ISSN: 0971-7927]