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. 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 Empirical Economics, OPEC Energy Review, Economic Notes, Journal of Post-Keynesian Economics, Journal of Economic Issues, and Economics Bulletin. Visit Anupam’s website at: https://sites.google.com/mtroyal.ca/anupam-das/home
The Dynamics among Domestic Saving, Investment, and the Current Account Balance in the US: A Long-Run Perspective. Forthcoming, Empirical Economics. (with A. McFarlane and Y. Jung).
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).
A Keynesian Explanation of Indian Government Bond Yields. 2015, Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 38(4), 565-587. (with T. Akram).
Understanding the Low Yields of Long-Term Japanese Sovereign Debt, 2014, Journal of Economic Issues, 48(2), 331-344. (with T. Akram)