In the face of the ongoing structural changes in the Indian economy with an increasing role for competitive market forces, enterprises are challenged in making the right strategic decisions that would ensure success. Policy makers are challenged in devising enabling policies that would encourage efficiency, growth and fairness. Facing up to these challenges requires, among other things, a good grasp of the underlying economic issues, facility with the necessary quantitative tools that aid in-depth analysis and informed judgment. One of the major objectives of MSE is to equip our youngsters to meet this crying need. The approach adopted in our graduate program strives to provide the students a good foundation in economic principles & theory and to enable meaningful application of this knowledge to a wide range of issues. They are equipped with the knowledge and facility to use the necessary quantitative tools. The emphasis is to encourage an economic way of thinking.

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Dr. Deepa Duraiswamy, Head – Placements & External Relations,

Dr. Anubhab Pattanayak, Faculty Chairperson (MA),

Dr. Rakesh Nigam, Faculty Chairperson (PGDM),

Ms. Saraswathi, Secretary, Placement Office,

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Admission to M.A. Programs 2020-22


Application Procedure for M.A. Economics/M.A. Financial Economics/ M.A. Applied Quantitative Finance / M.A. Actuarial Economics / M.A. Environmental Economics / Integrated M.A. Economics: Refer to the Central University of Tamil Nadu,Thiruvarur... Read More >>

Seminar on Partition, Forced Migration and Social Identity: Identifying the role of identity in philanthropic behavior by Dr. Debayan Pakrashi, Assistant Professor at the Department of Economic Sciences, IIT Kanpur on 28 February,2020 at 4PM


This paper attempts to assess the role of identity in the context of charitable giving and punitive behavior among Hindu natives and partition refugees of West Bengal, i.e. those who have migrated to West Bengal (in India) from East Pakistan (now Bangladesh), post-partition of India in 1947 using... Read More >>

Seminar on Validity of capability estimates obtained through structural equation modelling in a multidimensional setting – an agent-based simulation exercise by Prof. Jaya Krishnakunar, University of Geneva, Switzerland on 18 February,2020 at 4PM


Abstract: The aim of this study is to evaluate the performance of structural equation models (SEM) in the estimation of capabilities in a multidimensional development space. We simulate a society using agent-based modelling techniques. As capabilities are hardly observed in reality, it is... Read More >>

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