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Dr. Amlan Das Gupta

Assistant Professor and Assistant Dean (Research)

B.Sc. (Economics) (Presidency College, Kolkata); M.Sc. (Quantitative Economics) (ISI, Delhi); Ph.D. (University of British Columbia)

Amlan Das Gupta is a Development Economist who has been engaged in teaching and research since 2015. He holds a master degree in Quantitative Economics from Indian Statistical Institute Delhi and completed his PhD. in Economics from the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada in 2014. Since then he has taught at various institutions which include Indian Statistical Institute Delhi, Drake University, Des Moines, USA and Institute of Financial Management and Research in India.

Amlan’s research interests lie in the fields of Development and Environmental Economics. His work uses quantitative methods and econometric models to answer questions about economic behaviour and policy in the developing world.

He has taught at various institutions which include Indian Statistical Institute Delhi, Drake University in Des Moines USA and Institute of Financial Management and Research in India.

  1. Das Gupta, Amlan, Ashokankur Datta, Ridhima Gupta “Climate Change and Food Consumption Patterns in India”.

     

  2. Das Gupta, Amlan, Ridhima Gupta. “Production Methods of Indian Dairy Farmers and their Implications for Methane Emissions.
  1. Title: “The Environmental Fallout of the White Revolution in India”. With Ridhima Gupta (IISER Bhopal). For the South Asian Network of Development and Environmental Economists.

     

  2. Title: “Impact of expanding choices on household calorie consumption in India” With Prof. Tridip Ray (ISID). For the Planning and Policy Research Unit (PPRU) at Indian Statistical Institute Delhi.