Trishita Ray Barman
Department of Economics,
School of Humanities and Social Sciences
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PhD in Quantitative Economics from Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata 2013
Masters in Economics from University of Hyderabad 2006
Bachelor of Sciences in Economics from University of Calcutta 2003
Visiting Assistant Professor - Shiv Nadar University January 2015 to present
Guest Faculty - TERI University January – December 2014
Associate Fellow - The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), New Delhi August 2012 – July 2014
Assistant Professor - Xavier Institute of Management and Entrepreneurship, Bangalore May – August 2011
Senior Research Fellow - Economics Research Unit, Indian Statistical Institute (ISI), Kolkata July 2006 – April 2011
Growth theory, Public economics, Environmental economics
Gupta, M. R., & Ray Barman, T. (2015) Environmental Pollution, Informal Sector, Public Expenditure and Economic Growth.
Hitotsubashi Journal of Economics Vol. 56, 73-91.
TERI 2013 Equitable sharing of benefits arising from coal mining and power generation among resource rich states.
New Delhi: The Energy and Resources Institute. 204pp. [Project Report No. 2012IA06]
Gupta, M. R., & Ray Barman, T. (2013) Endogenous Growth with Environmental Pollution and Depreciation of Public Capital: A Theoretical Note.
KEIO Studies Vol. 49, 93-100.
Ray Barman, T., & Gupta, M. R. (2010). Public Expenditure, Environment and Economic Growth.
Journal of Public Economic Theory Vol. 12, 1109-1134.
Gupta, M. R., & Ray Barman, T. (2010). Health, Infrastructure, Environment and Endogenous Growth.
Journal of Macroeconomics Vol. 32, 657-673.
Gupta, M. R., & Ray Barman, T. (2009). Fiscal Policies, Environmental Pollution and Economic Growth.
Economic Modelling Vol. 26, 1018-1028.
Trishita Ray Barman's research interests lie in public goods, externalities and economic growth. She has also done work on environmental pollution and its effects on human capital and public infrastructure in the context of endogenous economic growth. Her current research is exploring federal government structures and optimal taxation in the backdrop of dissimilar natural resource endowments and information on externalities. Before joining Shiv Nadar University she was a visiting faculty at TERI University teaching Macroeconomics and Advanced Macroeconomics in the postgraduate programme in Economics.