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Niyati Bhanja
Assistant Professor, Co-Area Leader - Business Management
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Academic Area: Business Management

Niyati specializes in Economics with specific interest in Macroeconomics and Econometric Modelling. She has previously worked as an Assistant Professor at University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun (India). She is an alumna of the Ravenshaw University from where she is armed with a BA (Hons. with Distinction) & MA (2nd Rank in University) in Economics. Higher academic credentials include an MPhil in Economics (Class of 2010) & PhD (Class of 2014) from Pondicherry Central University.

As an avid researcher, she has published her work in globally acclaimed and accredited journals of repute. She has over 31 publications; out of which 21 publications are classified under Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC) journal quality list. As an early career-academic she has been able to carve out a niche for herself in the research arena of highly competitive field of economics. She has co-authored several A-Rated high-impact research papers published in the journals like Economic Modelling, Empirical Economics & International Review of Economics and Finance. Her research work has been cited more than 230 times and her current H-index stands at 6 & i10-index at 5 (as per Google Scholar). She has presented her research work in prestigious conferences like Pennsylvania Economic Association (PEA) Annual Conference and Conference on Global Economic Analysis organised by GTAP - Center for Global Trade Analysis of Purdue University. She has also been a recipient of coveted Scholarship from the Reserve Bank of India to conduct a research project on Exchange Rate Pass-through; which she’s completed successfully in 2015.  

Her research specialties lie in Macroeconomics, International Finance & Econometric modelling.

When she’s away from scholastic pursuits in academia, she prefers to travel to serene destinations, listen to music across genres and read non-fiction books.

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