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Dr. Sartaj Rasool Rather

Dr. Sartaj Rasool Rather

Assistant Professor

Tel : 91) 044 - 22300304

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Ph. D. in Economics, 2014, Pondicherry University, India

M. Phil. in Economics, 2010, Pondicherry University, India

M. A. Economics, 2009, University of Kashmir, India

Research Interests

Macroeconomic Theory and Policy

Sartaj Rasool Rather, S. Raja Sethu Durai and M. Ramachandran (2016). “Inflation and the relative price dispersion: a case for four percent solution”. Australian Economic Papers, (forthcoming) .Wiley-Blackwell Publications.

Sunil Paul, Sartaj Rasool Rather and M. Ramachandran (2016). “Role of money in explaining inflation in India: Evidence from P-star model.” Bulletin of Economic Research, (forthcoming). Wiley-Blackwell Publications.

Sartaj Rasool Rather, S. Raja Sethu Durai and M. Ramachandran (2016). “On the Methodology of Measuring Core Inflation.” Economic Notes, 45 (2), 271-82. Wiley-Blackwell Publications.

Sartaj Rasool Rather, S. Raja Sethu Durai and M. Ramachandran (2015). “Price Rigidity, Inflation and the Distribution of Relative Price Changes.” South Asian Journal of Macroeconomics and Public Finance, 4(2), 258-287. Sage Publications.

Sartaj Rasool Rather, S. Raja Sethu Durai and Sunil Paul (2015). “Inflation forecasting and the distribution of price changes.” Economics Bulletin, 35 (1), 226-232.Vanderbilt University.

Sartaj Rasool Rather, S. Raja Sethu Durai and M. Ramachandran (2015). “Asymmetric Price Adjustment – Evidence for India.” Journal of Economic Asymmetries, 12 (2), 73-79. Elsevier Publications.

Sartaj Rasool Rather, S. Raja Sethu Durai and M. Ramachandran (2014). “Inflation and relative price variability: evidence for India.” Journal of Asian Economics, 30, 32-41. Elsevier Publications.

Sartaj Rasool Rather, S. Raja Sethu Durai and M. Ramachandran (2014). “Does inflation asymmetrically affect relative price variability?” Applied Economics Letters, 21 (2), 80-83. Taylor and Francis Publications.

Papers Under Review

Sartaj Rasool Rather (2016). “Asymmetric impact of relative price shocks in presence of trend inflation”. (Under Review). Economic Papers: a journal of applied economics and policy. Wiley-Blackwell Publications.

Odd Semester: Microeconomics-I for MSE Masters Students

Even Semester: General Equilibrium and Welfare Analysis for MSE Masters Students