- Dr Jayanta Sarkar
- Senior Lecturer
QUT Business School,
Economics and Finance
- Discipline *
- Applied Economics, Economic Theory
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PhD Economics (Southern Methodist University)
Growth and Development Economics, Health and Human Capital, Behavioural Economics
Economic Growth, Monetary Economics, Managerial Economics, Economic Principles and Problems (Honours), International Trade, International Finance, Intermediate Macroeconomics, Health Economics (Masters).
Senior Lecturer, Queensland University of Technology, School of Economics and Finance, Fall 2010 – Present.
Assistant Professor, Louisiana Tech University, Department of Economics and Finance, Fall 2006 – Spring 2010.
Adjunct Lecturer, Department of Economics, Southern Methodist University, Fall 2004 – Spring 2006.
Economic Intern and Consultant, Research Department, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Summer 2002 – Winter 2002.
Teaching Assistant, Department of Economics, Southern Methodist University, Fall 2000 – Fall 2004.
Economic Associate, Deepak Talwar & Associates, New Delhi, Fall 1999 – Fall 2000.
Lecturer, Kirori Mal College, University of Delhi, New Delhi, Fall 1998 – Fall 1999.
- Schaffner M, Sarkar J, Torgler B, Dulleck U, (2018) The implications of daylight saving time: A quasi-natural experiment on cognitive performance and risk taking behaviour, Economic Modelling p390-400
- Sarkar D, Sarkar J, (2017) What does attending early childhood program mean for child health in India?, Health Economics (United Kingdom) p1366-1379
- Sarkar J, Sarkar D, (2016) Why does child labour persist with declining poverty?, Economic Inquiry p139-158
- Park J, Sarkar D, Sarkar J, Yost K, (2013) Business in troubled waters: Does adverse attitude affect firm value?, Journal of Corporate Finance p221-235
- Sarkar D, Sarkar J, (2012) Persistence of income inequality: does child mortality matter?, Journal of Developing Areas p105-123
- Nath H, Sarkar J, (2009) Unbiased estimation of the half-life to price index convergence among U.S. cities, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking p1041-1046
- Osang T, Sarkar J, (2008) Endogenous mortality, human capital and economic growth, Journal of Macroeconomics p1423-1445
- Sarkar J, (2008) Mortality, fertility, and persistent income inequality, Southern Economic Journal p332-350
- Sarkar J, (2007) Growth dynamics in a model of endogenous time preference, International Review of Economics and Finance p528-542
- Nath H, Sarkar J, (2006) Diminishing marginal impatience: its promises for asset pricing, Applied Economics Letters p61-64
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