Dr. Anindya Biswas

Dr. Anindya  Biswas

Dr. Anindya Biswas

Assistant Professor, Finance & Economics
Yenni Hall, 3rd Floor, Office 308
p: 251-380-4386

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Economics, Northern Illinois University (2011)

Master of Science, Applied Probability and Statistics, Northern Illinois University (2010)

Master Degree, Economics, Northern Illinois University (2009)

PUBLISHED PAPERS

Subsidizing Healthcare in the Presence of Market Distortions. (J.K. Dwibedi, S. Chaudhuri, A. Biswas) Elsevier 64 (2017) 539-552

The output gap and expected security returns. (A. Biswas).  Review of Financial Economics, 23 (2014) 131–140

Skill formation, public expenditure on education and wage inequality: Theory and evidence. (A. Biswas, S. Chaudhuri).  Journal of Quantitative Economics, (2017). doi:10.1007/s40953-017-0083-6.

The output gap and inflation in U.S. data: an empirical note. (A. Biswas). Economics Bulletin 35 (2), (2015), 841-845

Foreign Capital Inflow and Real Exchange Rate Appreciation in Developing Economies: Theory and Empirical Evidence. (A. Biswas, B. Mandal, and N. Saha)  Global Economy Journal, Volume 14 (2014), Issue 3-4, 453–465

The Alchian-Allen Effect in Higher Education Revisited: State Lottery Impacts on Public Verses Private Enrollment.  ( J. B. Larriviere, and A. Biswas.) Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research, Volume 16 (2015), Issue 1, 89–97

An Estimation of Preference Parameters from Financial Data in Developing Countries, With Special Reference to India. Advances in Management, 2014, Volume 7(1).  pages 13- 19.  (A. Biswas, and T. Kar)

A comparison of preference parameters between emerging and developed markets.  International Journal of Financial Economics and Econometrics, 2012, Volume 4, No. 1, pages 99–114. (A. Biswas, and A. Mitra)

Estimating Preference Parameters from Stock Returns using Simulated Method of Moments. Annals of Financial Economics, Volume 11, Issue 01, March 2016. (A. Biswas, and B. Mandal)

Endogenous labour market imperfection, foreign direct investment and external terms-of-trade shocks in a developing economy, Economic Modelling, Volume 59, December 2016, Pages 416–424 (S. Chaudhuri, and A. Biswas)

The relationship between U.S. market returns and developed countries' output data, forthcoming in the Empirical Economics Letters (A. Biswas and J. B. Larriviere)