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Dr. Amrita Chatterjee

Dr. Amrita Chatterjee

Assistant Professor & Academic Coordinator, MA Program

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PhD: In 2011 from Jadavpur University, Kolkata.

M.Sc. In Economics in 2003 from Calcutta University.

B.Sc: Hons. in Economics in 2001 from Calcutta University.

Curriculum Vitae

Peer-reviewed Journal:

I.                    Simontini Das and Amrita Chatterjee (2022): Impacts of ICT and Digital Finance on Poverty and Income Inequality: A Sub-National Study from India", Accepted for publication in Information Technology for Development, Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group: doi: 10.1080/02681102.2022.2151556 (Indexed in Scopus).

II.                 Amrita Chatterjee (2020): Financial inclusion, information and communication technology diffusion, and economic growth: a panel data analysis, Information Technology for Development, Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group, (Indexed in Scopus)

DOI: 10.1080/02681102.2020.1734770 ,(Citation: 78)

III.              Amrita Chatterjee & Simontini Das (2019): Information communication technology diffusion and financial inclusion: an inter-state analysis for India, Innovation and Development, Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group; (Indexed in Scopus)

                   DOI: 10.1080/2157930X.2019.1678803 (Citation:6)

IV.              Amrita Chatterjee and Arpita Ghose (2017) "Consumer's Acceptance towards Genetically Modified Crops and Growth of the Economy: A Theoretical Approach", Global Journal of Human Social Sciences (E), Volume 17 Issue 1 Version 1.0.

V.                Amrita Chatterjee & Arpita Ghose (2016) ,"A dynamic economic model of soil conservation and drought tolerance involving genetically modified crops" Journal of Social and Economic development (Springer) 18(1), page-40-66: 40.

                   doi:10.1007/s40847-016-0026-7 (Citation:1) (Part of UGC CARE list)

VI.              Amrita Chatterjee, Sanjib Pohit and Arpita Ghose (2016). “Trade and Distributional Impacts of Genetically Modified Crops in India: A CGE Analysis”. Margin—The Journal of Applied Economic Research 10 : 3 (2016): 1–27 ( A SAGE Publication) , (Indexed in Scopus). (Citation:7)

VII.           Amrita Chatterjee and Arpita Ghose (2010). “Genetically Modified Crops: Global and Indian Perspective”, Asian Biotechnology Development Review, Vol 12, No. 2, pp-69-105, 2010. (Citation:1)

I.                   Peer-Reviewed Book Chapter:

Chatterjee, A. (2022), "Corruption, Democracy and Growth: Evidence from Emerging Market Economies", Chakraborty, C. and Pal, D. (Ed.) Environmental Sustainability, Growth Trajectory and Gender: Contemporary Issues of Developing Economies, Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 137-149.
  1. Statistical Methods
  2. Games and Information

           1.      Factors Determining Digital Finance: A Gender Perspective (Single Author)

  1. “Effect of Fertility on Paid Work Status of Women in India” (co-thored by Gunjan Khandelwal)
  2. Impact of intimate partner violence on children’s nutritional outcome in India: evidence from nfhs-5”( co-authored by Ms Ngawang L Thakur)
  3. “Only Development or Gender Norm? Explaining Gender Inequality in Emerging Market Economies”, submitted for Edited Book to be published by Emerald Insight, “Gender Inequality and its Implications on Education and Health: Global Perspective”