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Dr. Dukhabandhu Sahoo
School of Humanities, Social Sciences & Management
+91 674 2306 318
Institute for Social and Economic Change, Bangalore
Open Macroeconomics, Environmental and Natural Resource Economics, Social Sector, Public Policies and Applied Econometrics
Public Economics-203, Macroeconomics-301, International Economics-401, Mathematical Economics I & II- 305 & 405, Economics-HS201, Building Economics-HS401
Recent Publication (International Journals)
"FDI as an Engine of Growth: Experience from Chinese Economy",
Savings and Development
, Vol. 6 No. 4.
Sahoo, D. Maathai, K.M. and Parida, P.C. (2003)
"FDI and Economic Growth in India: An empirical Analysis"
Singapore Economic Review, Vol. 48, No. 2
Sahoo, D. And Maathai K.M. (2004)
"Do FDI inflows benefits the major sectors of India?" ISAS Working Paper Series, No. 38, ISAS, National University of Singapore, Singapore.
Maathai K.M. and Sahoo, D. (2008)
"Bilateral Trade and Exchange Rate: An Exploration of the Dynamics of Indo-Canadian Trade Relation in the Pre and Post Liberalization Period",
Asian Profile, Vol. 36. No. 6.
Sahoo, D. (2008)
"Revisiting the Convergence Hypothesis in Indian Federation" Asian Profile, Vol. 38. No.5.
Sahoo, D. (2010)
Academic Honors & Awards
Awarded First Prize at the NIPFP in the World Bank sponsored course for the Teachers of South East Asian countries.
Awarded Doctoral Research Fellowship by Indian Council for Social Science Research (ICSSR) for pursuing Ph.D. at the Institute for Social and Economic Change, Bangalore 2000.
Awarded Eligibility for Lectureship (NET) conducted by University Grants Commission (UGC) in 1998.
Awarded Senior Merit Scholarship for two years for (1996-1998)
Awarded Junior Merit Scholarship for three years (1993-1996)
Awarded National Scholarship for two years (1991-1993)