India's economic relationship with the rest of the world has evolved dramatically over the last two decades. NCAER is at the forefront of research on these changes, the resulting issues and their policy implications.
Anusha is Associate Fellow at NCAER. Her recent PhD research focused on using frequency domain time series methods to understand business cycles in India and their co-movement with credit in India and the US. Anusha’s broader research interests include business cycles, financial markets and applied time series analysis in macroeconomics. She is currently working on developing an Indian equivalent of the FAO’s COSIMO model to project the short and medium-term agricultural outlook for India. She received her PhD in economics from the Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research and a MA in mathematics from Delhi University.
Saurabh Bandyopadhyay is Associate Fellow at NCAER. He has worked in the areas of industry, infrastructure, agriculture, and consumer demand, including in projects with important field survey components. His recent research includes work on transport, including understanding freight demand for Indian Railways and an earlier study for the Railways on passenger demand, and on the aviation sector to estimate the economic and regional impacts of an international airline’s operations. He is currently working as part of a team on developing a skills index for the states of India for a large research project on understanding the demand and supply factors for skilling in India, and is likely to begin work on a study of the medium and long-term competitiveness of the Indian Railways. Bandyopadhyay received his PhD in economics from Jawaharlal Nehru University and an MSc in economics from the University of Calcutta.
Soumya Bhadury is an Associate Fellow at NCAER with primary research interest in Macroeconomics, International Economics and Time Series Econometrics. Soumya is interested in the areas of monetary transmission mechanism, monetary theory and policy and exchange rates. He is currently developing the monetary block of the NCAER’s original Macro-Econometric Model of the Indian economy. Soumya received his Ph.D. in economics from the University of Kansas, U.S.A. His dissertation focusses on the role of correctly measured monetary aggregates like ‘Divisia’ in exchange rate determination for the open economies.
Bornali Bhandari is a Fellow at NCAER with a background in international economics and macroeconomics, specifically focussing on the impact of globalisation on development. Currently she is working on analysing the shortcomings of the Indian FDI statistical system. Her wider research interests include analysis of infrastructure, particularly the roads and ICT sectors, G-20 issues like climate change, finance and reserve currency and trade-related issues. She is also co-ordinating NCAER’s macro publications –the Quarterly Review of the Economy and Macrotrack.
Rajesh Chadha is a Senior Research Counsellor specialising in international trade, foreign direct investment, agricultural markets and competition and regulatory reforms. He is also the Managing Editor of Margin, NCAER’s flagship journal. He has completed research projects sponsored by the governments of India, Australia and Britain and various international organisations. He has more than 40 years’ experience of teaching and research at the University of Delhi and NCAER. He has been a Visiting Scholar at the Universities of Michigan, Melbourne and Monash. He received his PhD in Economics from the Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi.