Teaching Field: International Economics, Microeconomics, Development Economics, Labour Economics, Indian Economy
Ph. D. in Economics (Degree awarded in 2015)
Thesis Title: “Aspects of Trade Liberalization and Labour Market Related Issues in a Developing Country”
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Area of Research :
International Trade and Development Economics
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List of Publication :
Mitra, S.(2010): “Liberalization and Informal Sector in General Equilibrium”, Rabindra Bharati University Journal of Economics, Vol. IV, 2010.
Mitra, S. and K. Gupta (2010): “Skilled-Unskilled Wage Gap in a Small Developing Economy: The Role of Trade Liberalization”, The Indian Economic Journal, Vol 57(4), January –March, 2010.
Mitra, S. and K. Gupta (2012): “Foreign Capital, Wage Inequality and Welfare in the Presence of Technology Transfer”, The Asian Economic Review, Vol 54(3), December, 2012.
Mitra, S. and K. Gupta (2017): “Fragmentation, Skill Formation and International Capital Mobility”, The Singapore Economic Review, Vol 63(1), March, 2017.
Mitra, S., T. Chatterjee and K. Gupta (2018): “Product Differentiation, Quality of Innovation and Capital Mobility: A general Equilibrium Analysis”, Advances in Theory and Policy: Essays in Honour of Ronald Jones, edited by S. Marjit and S. Kar, Cambridge University Press.
Mitra, S. and K. Gupta (2019): “FDI, Informal Wage and Inequality: An Inquiry into the Welfare Conditions of a Developing Country”, International Journal of Research and Analytical Reviews, Vol 6(2), May, 2019.
Presented a paper, titled “Skilled-Unskilled Wage Gap in a Small Open Economy: The Role of Trade Liberalization”, in the 43rd Annual Conference of The Indian Econometric Society (TIES) held at IIT-Bombay during January 5-7, 2007.
Presented a paper, titled “Product Differentiation, Quality of Innovation and Capital Mobility: A General Equilibrium Analysis” in an International Conference on 50 years of General Equilibrium Models and Policy Implications for Open Developing Economies-Historical and Emerging Issues, held at CSSSC, Kolkata, on 17-18 November, 2015.
Presented a paper entitled “FDI, Informal Wage and Inequality: An Inquiry into Welfare Conditions of a Developing Country” in Two-Day UGC (DRS-I) sponsored International Seminar during March 28-29 March, 2018, organized by the Department of Economics with Rural Development, Vidyasagar University.
Presented a paper, titled “Fragmentation, Skill Formation and International Capital Mobility”, in the UGC-sponsored National Seminar on Contemporary Issues in Development Economics, held at Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata, on 26th and 27th Feb, 2015.