ABHRADEEP MAITI

Assistant Professor Economics 91-7900444090 (Ext. 205) abhradeep.maiti@iimkashipur.ac.in


Dr. Abhradeep Maiti holds a PhD in Economics from Middle Tennessee State University. He has taught various courses such as Managerial Economics, Microeconomics, Econometrics, etc. at both undergraduate and graduate levels.

His research interests include Applied Microeconomics and Applied Econometrics. He has so far worked on issues involving estimation of labor demand, effects of intervention on early childhood outcomes, effects of government policies on labor market outcomes, and effects of technology on society. His work has been published in various peer-reviewed economics journals such as Journal of Regional Science, International Review of Law and Economics, Journal of Business and Economics Perspectives, and World Cultures eJournal.

He obtained his Master’s degree in Economics from University of Oklahoma. Prior to joining IIM Kashipur, he briefly worked as a Senior Economist for an analytics firm.

Title Name of Journal Author Vol No. Year
Purchasing Power Parity under Flexible Exchange Rate Regime in Bangladesh Journal of Business and Economic Perspectives A. Maiti, A. Majumder and G. Homaifar XLII(1) 2015
A Measure of Technological Level for the Standard Cross-Cultural Sample World Cultures eJournal E Anthon Eff, Abhradeep Maiti 19 (1) 2013
Regional Variations in Labor Demand Elasticities: Evidence from U.S. Counties Journal of Regional Science Abhradeep Maiti and Debarshi Indra 56 (4), 635-658 2016
Effect of Joint Custody Laws on Children’s Future Labor Market Outcomes International Review of Law and Economics Abhradeep Maiti 43, 22-31 2015

Number

Name

Term

1

Managerial Economics (PGP)

Term I

2

Applied Econometrics for Managers (PGP)

Term IV

3

Managerial Economics (EPGP)

Term I

4

Microeconomics (EFPM)

Term I

5

Econometrics (EFPM)

Term II

Consultancy Projects: 

Government of Uttarakhand, India: Uttarakhand Economic Survey 2017.

Council on Energy, Environment and Water, New Delhi, India: Study related to climate change impacts on Indian

Agriculture.