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Dr. Subhanil Banerjee

Associate Professor -Humanities

Interest Area(s)

  • International Trade
  • Foreign Direct Investment
  • Applied Econometrics
  • History of Economics and Economic thought
  • Digital Economics
  • Health Economics
  • Sustainable Development
  • Environmental Economics

Dr. Banerjee had started his career long back in 2003 at one of the premier most research institutes of India Institute of Development Studies Kolkata. Later he worked in Cygnus Business Consultancy and Research. He is one of the pioneers of digital business in India, when he became the founding director of Silverline Business Consultancy and Research. Following a successful entrepreneurial Career, he had joined Indian Chamber of Commerce as Senior Executive, Centre for Children Studies a joint venture of UNICEF and KIIT University as Documentation and Field Officer, CUTS Calcutta Resource Centre as Policy Analyst.

Dr. Banerjee reentered the academic arena in the year 2018 as Assistant Professor in Economics at Amity University Chhattisgarh. He literally turned the University from teaching oriented to teaching and research oriented institute. He was the pivotal factor in arranging conferences, seminars, webinars and the MOU signed between UNICEF and Amity University Chhattisgarh. After serving in Amity University Chhattisgarh for almost 4 years, he relocated to Gurgaon and Joined K.R. Mangalam University as Associate Professor in Economics. 

  • Doctorate in Economics in 2020 from KIIT University Bhubaneswar.
  • Qualified National Eligibility Test (NET) in 2015 Completed M.A. in Economics from Rabindra Bharati University in 2003. 

Dr. Banerjee started his career as Research Assistant back in 2006 at Institute of Development Studies Kolkata, led by Eminent Economist Padmashri Professor Amiya Kumar Bagchi. At IDSK he got promoted to research coordinator and then research officer. His latest affiliation was Amity University Chhattisgarh where he was Assistant Professor in Economics for almost four years. In between IDSK and Amity University Chhattisgarh; Dr. Banerjee has worked in several eminent organizations like Cygnus Business Consultancy and Research, Indian Chamber of Commerce, Centre for Children Studies and CUTS Kolkata resource centre. Dr. Banerjee has a total experience of 19 years in core Economics research.

  • International Trade 
  • Foreign Direct Investment 
  • Applied Econometrics 
  • History of Economics and Economic thought
  • Digital Economics 
  • Health Economics
  • Sustainable Development
  • Environmental Economics
  • Participated in one national level conference on paradigm Shifts in business practices and Technology. Banerjee Subhanil, Deepak Dwivedi and Khushboo Wadhwani (2019). “Government-Private Duality in Primary Education Qualityan Impact analysis” in an edited volume on “Paradigm shifts in business practices and technology” ISBN:9789388155670.

Name of the Project

Funding Agency

Total fund

Status

Period

Brief description

Wash assessment at Public health centres of High Priority districts of Odisha

UNICEF

Rs.5600000

Complete

Two years

80 health centres from Koraput, Kandhamal and Malkangiri districts of Odisha have been assessed regarding water, sanitation and hygiene status. An exhaustive report has been prepared and knowledge dissemination has been prioritized.

Assessment of hand washing stations at Schools of Angul and Ganjam districts of Odisha

UNICEF

Rs.800000

Complete

Three months

Five schools each from Angul and Ganjam districts of Odisha have been assessed regarding implementation and use of hand washing stations. An exhaustive report has been prepared and knowledge dissemination has been prioritized.

Wash assessment at Public health centres of Odisha and Jharkhand

WaterAid

Rs.900000

Complete

Three months

Health centres from Balasore, Bhadrak and Nuapara districts of Odisha and select districts of Jharkhand have been assessed regarding water, sanitation and hygiene status. An exhaustive report has been prepared and knowledge dissemination has been prioritized. 

Allocation and Utilization of Resources for Social Sector Programs for Women and Children

UNICEF

Rs.200000

Complete

Six Months

A survey was led in select villages of Purulia district of West Bengal and the difference between Allocation and Utilisation of resources allotted to Social sectors were found.

Connecting Corridors beyond Borders Enabling seamless connectivity in the BBIN sub-region

U.S. Department of State.

USD 494,010.00

Complete

Two years

The project was focused on trade facilitation. It has considered trade among India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan and led surveys in all the mentioned countries. It has successfully identified how the non-tariff -measures are turning into Non-Tariff-Barriers.

Bridging the East: Trade and Transport Connectivity in the Bay of Bengal Region

DFID (Presently Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office, Govt. U.K.)

GBP158, 410.00

Complete

Two years

The project was focused on trade facilitation. It has considered trade among India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar and led surveys in all the mentioned countries. It has successfully identified how the non-tariff -measures are turning into Non-Tariff-Barriers.

Data collection and analysis for safe transit of freight and passengers along the BBIN trade corridors

World Bank

USD50000

Complete

Four Months

The project identified the road safety issues in two select trade corridors among India, Bangladesh, Bhutan and Nepal.

Study of Non-Tariff Barriers on Agricultural Trade between India and Bangladesh

USAID

USD149, 175.00

Complete

6 Months

Identification of Non-tariff barrier in trade between India and Bangladesh

 

 

Publications which are indexed in SCOPUS/ ABDC
  • Bagchi, Amiya Kumar and Banerjee, Subhanil (2005). “How strong are the Arguments for Bank Mergers?”.Economic& Political Weekly, Vol. 40, No. 12, pp. 1181-1189. (SCOPUS, ABDC).
  • Banerjee, Subhanil (2017). “Revisiting Bank Mergers: Does Size Matter?” Economic & Political Weekly, Vol. 52, No. 8, pp. 41-48. (SCOPUS, ABDC).
  • Banerjee Subhanil (2018) “Major determinants of Infant Mortality: District level evidences from Odisha” Journal of Health Management, Vol. 20 No. 3. (SCOPUS).
  • Banerjee Subhanil, Sar Ashok and, PandeyShilpa, (2020), “Improved Yet Unsafe: An Aquatic Perspective of Indian Infant Mortality” Journal of Health Management, Vol. 22 No. 1, pp. 57-66. (SCOPUS).
  • Banerjee Subhanil, Singh Anukriti, Bhattacharya Sumantra and KonarSouren, (2020), “Demystifying the Aquatic Paradox: The Infant Mortality in India” Journal of Health Management, Vol. 22 No. 3. pp. 466-471 (SCOPUS).
  • Banerjee Subhanil andSingh Anukriti. (2021). “Media sensitivity towards cybercrime against women” Indian Journal of Gender Studies. Vol: 28, No. 3, pp, 453-461. (SCOPUS, ABDC).
  • Banerjee Subhanil, Siddiqui Imran and Bose Prithvish (2022). “Digital dynamics and international trade: Experiences of South and South East Asia.” The International Journal of Asian Business and Information Management (SCOPUS) Vol: 13, No. pp. 1, 1-16.
  • Banerjee Subhanil, Siddiqui Imran and Dave Sumita. (2022) Improved Yet Unsafe: At the light of NFHS V. Journal of Health Management (SCOPUS) Available at  https://journals.sagepub.com/eprint/QDRZU27EGUM2U7CSEY3K/full.
  • Banerjee Subhanil, Sharma Disha, and Sharma Avichal. (2022) The Fake forests of Chhattisgarh. Indian Journal of Environmental protection (SCOPUS). (Forthcoming in August 2022) .
Other Published Articles
  • Banerjee, Subhanil (2015) “Exchange Rate Volatility in Pre and Post Reform India: Impact on Balance of Trade” Utkal Economic Papers, Vol. 17, 2014-15, pp. 60 -72. ISSN 0976 – 7592.
  • Chatterjee Bipul and Banerjee Subhanil (2018) “Trade and Economic Integration” Seminar, 703 March, 2018.
  • Banerjee Subhanil, Bhattacharya Sumantra and Dave Sumita (2020), “Impact of mobile phones on international trade: The experience of South and South East Asia”, International Journal of Business and Development Research, Vol 7, No. 1, pp.40-53.
International Book Chapters:
  • Banerjee Subhanil, Gupta Shilpi and KonerSouren. (2022). Digital tools for direct and indirect citizen empowerment: The retaliatory response against Covid - 19 in India in Digital Innovation for Healthcare in Covid-19 Pandemic: Strategies and Solutions edited by Patricia Ordóñez de Pablos and MilitiadesDemetriosLytras Publisher Elsevier. pp. 153-171.ISBN: 9780128213186.
  • Banerjee Subhanil, Gupta Shilpi and KonerSouren. (2022). Sustainability and Consumerism: How green are the green Sectors in the book Green, Circular and Digital Economies as tools for Recovery and Sustainability edited by Patricia Ordóñez de Pablos, Xi Zhang and Mohammad Nabil Almunwar. IGI Global. pp. 186-206. ISBN: 9781799896647 .
  • Banerjee Subhanil and Gupta Shilpi. (2022). Impact of digital connectivity on ease of doing business: The Asian Experience in the book Digitalisation and Organisation Design: Knowledge Management in the Asian Digital Economy edited by Nabil Almunawar, Zahidul Islam and Patricia Ordóñez de Pablos; Taylor and Francis eISBN: 9781003224532.
  • Banerjee Subhanil, Gupta Shilpi and KonerSouren. (2022) Impact of Brundtland Commission on select climate changing variables: An empirical analysis in Handbook of research on building greener economics and adopting digital tools in the era of climate change. (Forthcoming)