Anupam Das, PhD
Anupam Das received his PhD in Economics from the University of Manitoba. His primary research interest is in the area of international economics, development economics, heterodox economics, and gender gap. Prior to joining Mount Royal University in 2010, Anupam taught at King's University College at the University of Western Ontario, and at the University of Manitoba. In 2015-2016, Anupam worked as a research trainer in the central bank of Bangladesh. He also worked as a consultant with the World Bank, United Nations Development Programme, and ActionAid International. He has published in journals including OPEC Energy Review, Economic Notes, Journal of Post-Keynesian Economics, Journal of Economic Issues, Economics Bulletin, and Journal of Family Studies. Anupam teaches introductory as well as intermediate courses in macroeconomics, development economics and international finance. He is the recipient of the 2017 Immigrants of Distinction award. Visit Anupam’s website at:
Asymmetric Effects of WTI Crude Oil Price on Unemployment Rates: A Comparative Study of Canadian Provinces and the USA. Forthcoming, OPEC Energy Review. (with Y. Jung).
Macroeconomic Impacts of Remittances in Bangladesh: The Role of Reverse Flows. Forthcoming, Economic Notes. (with M. Chowdhury).
The Long-Run Determinants of Indian Government Bond Yields. Forthcoming, Asian Development Review. (with T. Akram).
Gender Differences in Within-Couple Influences on Work-Family Balance Satisfaction: When Benefits become Threats. 2017, Journal of Family Studies, DOI: . (with T. Buchanan and A. McFarlane).
A Keynesian Explanation of Indian Government Bond Yields. 2015, Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 38(4), 565-587. (with T. Akram).