1. Pandey, G and Kumari, S. (2021). Dynamics of agricultural growth and diversification in eastern India. Journal of Agribusiness in Developing and Emerging Economies. https://doi.org/10.1108/JADEE-06-2020-0131 (Listed in ABDC) Scopus, Web of Science.
2. Mukherjee, Shrabani (2020): “Triggers and Barriers of Financial Inclusion: A Country-wise Analysis”, Asian Economic and Financial Review, AESS. 10 (9), 970-988. ISSN:2305-2147E-ISSN:2222-6737.
3. Mukherjee, Shrabani (2020): “Measuring the Social and Political Diversity and Their Impact on Income Inequality”, co-authored with Vivek Jadhav, International Journal of Academic Research & Development (IJAR&D).
4. Hafsal K, S Anandarao and S Raja Sethu Durai, Efficiency of Indian Banks with Non-Performing Assets - Evidence from Two-stage Network DEA, Future Business Journal, 2020, 6 26 (Springer Open)
5. Anoop S Kumar and S Anandarao, Efficient or Adaptive? Evidence from Indonesian Forex Market, International Journal of Public Affairs, 2020, e2250. (Scopus Index and ABDC “B”).
6. Rao, B.M., & Padhi, P. (2020). Common Determinants of the Likelihood of Currency Crises in BRICS. Global Business Review, 21(3), 698-712.
7. Rao, B.M., & Padhi, P. (2020). Macroeconomic Costs of Currency Crises in BRICS: An Empirical Analysis. Macroeconomics and Finance in Emerging Market Economies, 13(3), 223-243.
8. Subramanian, A. & Rao, B.M. (2020). Diversifying Investor’s Portfolio Using Bitcoin: An Econometric Analysis. Journal of Public Affairs (In Press).
9. Manzoor Hassan Malik and Nirmala Velan, (2020), “An analysis of IT Software and Service Exports from India”, International Trade, Politics, Development, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 03-25.
10. Pandey, G., Khan, R. M., and Kumari, S. (2019), Pathways of Agricultural Transformation: A Comparative Analysis of Punjab and Bihar-Agricultural Economics Research Review. 32, 1-11.
11. Birthal, P. S, Pandey, G., Jumrani, J and Harzana, J. (2019). Supply Response of Indian Dairying- Indian Journal of Animal Science. 89 (4), 103-109.
12. Mukherjee, Shrabani (2019): “Tracking Financial Inclusion in India with Special Focus on SHG Initiatives, Indian Journal of Human Development”, SAGE Publication, New Delhi. Co-authored with Debdulal Thakur and Subhadri Sankar Mallik.
13. Mukherjee, Shrabani (2019): “A Brief Taxonomy of Rural Credit Market in West Bengal: Evidence from a field survey”, Manpower Journal, Published by National Institute of Labour Economics Research and Development, Co-authored with Debdulal Thakur.
14. Mukherjee, Shrabani (2019): “Tracking Financial Inclusion in India: A Study of SHG Initiatives”, Indian Journal of Human Development, SAGE Publications, vol13, Issue 1, Pp 32-46.
15. Suvvari Anandarao, S Raja Sethu Durai, Phanindra Goyari, Efficiency Decomposition in two-stage Data Envelopment Analysis: An application to Life Insurance companies in India, Journal of Quantitative Economics, 2019, 17(2), 271-285(ABDC “B”)
16. Anoop S Kumar, Suvvari Anandarao, Volatility Spillover in Crypto-Currency Markets: Some Evidence from GARCH and Wavelet Analysis, Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, 2019,524, 448-458 (Scopus Q2)
17. Suvvari Anandarao, S Raja Sethu Durai and Phanindra Goyari, Financial Performance assessment using Grey Relational Analysis (GRA): An application to Life Insurance companies in India, Grey Systems: Theory and Application, 2019, 9(4), 502-516 (Web of Science, Emerald).
18. Rao, B.M., & Padhi, P. (2019). Identifying the Early Warnings of Currency Crisis in India. Foreign Trade Review, 54(4), 269-299.
19. Manzoor Hassan Malik and Nirmala Velan, (2019), “An assessment of impact of globalization on Indian IT and ITES exports”, Journal of Science and Technology Policy Management, Vol. 10, No. 3, pp. 751-768.
20. Manzoor Hassan Malik and Nirmala Velan, (2019), “Software and Services Export, IT Investments and GDP Nexus in India: Evidence from VECM Analysis”, International Trade, Politics, Development, Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 100-119.
21. Ranganathan, T., and Pandey, G. (2018). Who Leaves the Farmland Fallow and Why? An Empirical Investigation using Nationally Representative Survey Data in India- The European Journal of Development Research. Palgrave Macmillan Publication. 30 (5), 914-933 (2018).
22. Pandey, G. (2018), Tackling Poverty and Inequality Among Farm Households in Bihar: Implications for Achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)- Agricultural Economics Research Review. 31, Pp 17-24.
23. Pandey, G., and Ranganathan T. (2018), Changing Land-use Pattern of India: Has there been an expansion of Fallow Lands? - Agricultural Economics Research Review, 31 (1), 113-122.
24. Mukherjee, Shrabani (2018): “Examining Technical Efficiency of Agricultural Production in India: Evidence from REDS Survey”, co-authored with Kailash Pradhan, South Asia Economic Journal, Sage Publications, ISSN:1391-5614E-ISSN:0973-077X.
25. Mukherjee, Shrabani (2018): “The Income Transition in Rural India: Evidence from Aris/Reds Surveys”, Journal of Economic Development”, Vol 43, Issue 2, Co-authored with K C Pradhan. ISSN:0254-8372.
26. Manzoor Hassan Malik, (2018), “Role of ICT in Agriculture Productivity in India”, Research Review International Journal of Multidisciplinary, Vol. 03, No. 11, pp. 948-953.
27. Ranganathan, T., and Pandey, G. (2017), Tenancy and Fallow Land-World Development Perspective. 7-8, 28-31 Elsevier Publication.
28. Ranganathan, T., Tripathi, A., and Pandey, G. (2017), Income Mobility among Social Groups-. Economic and Political Weekly. 52(41), 73-76.
29. Ranganathan, T., Rao, N. C., and Pandey, G. (2017), Pilot Project to Ascertain the Use of Diesel for Irrigation- Agriculture Situation in India. LXXIV (3), 42-44.
30. Pandey, G. (2017), How to Double the Farmers’ Income Under Livelihood Crises? - ISMP Quarterly, 1(1), 81-85.
31. Mukherjee, Shrabani (2017): “Covariate and Idiosyncratic Shocks and Coping Strategies for Poor and Non-poor Rural Households in India” co-authored with Kailash Pradhan in Journal of Quantitative Economics, Springer. ABDC, Print ISSN 0971-1554.
32. Balaga, M. R., & Padhi, P. (2017). Evaluating Indian Economy's Vulnerability to Currency Crisis. Theoretical & Applied Economics, 24(3), 97-114
33. Pandey, G. K. (2016), Extent, Magnitude and Determinants of Indebtedness among Farmers in Eastern India: A Survey Based Study-Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics. 73 (4), 450-462.
34. Pandey, G. K., (2016), Income and Inequality among Farming Community: A Field Based Study of Bihar, India- Asia Pacific Journal of Rural Development. 26(2), 97-115. Sage Publication.
35. Pandey, G. (2016), Level of Income, Pattern of Expenditure and Poverty among Farming Community in Rural Bihar- Indian Journal of Economics and Development, 12(2), 283-292.
36. Pandey, G. K. Income and Livelihood Issues of Peasants: Evidence from Bihar. Indian Journal of Economics. XCVI, 507-533 (2016 Special Issue).
37. Shrabani Mukherjee (2016): Entrepreneurial Choice of Investment Capital for House Based Industries: A Case Study in West Bengal, Review of Market Integration, Sage Publications, vol. 7(3), pages 214-241, December.
38. Manzoor Hassan Malik and Nirmala Velan, (2016), “Trends and determinants of IT-BPM exports in India”, Journal of Science and Technology Policy Management, Vol. 7, Issue: 2, pp. 212-232.
39. Pandey, G. K. (2015 Special Issue), An Inter-Districts Analysis of Income and Inequality among Farmers in Rural Bihar- Agriculture Situation in India. LXXII (9), 90-100.
40. Shrabani Mukherjee (2015): Parent’s Choice Function for Ward’s School Continuation in Rural India: A Case Study in West Bengal, Margin- The Journal of Applied Economic Research, co-authored with Debdulal Thakur, Sage publications, ISSN:0973-8010E-ISSN:0973-8029.
41. Pandey, G. K. and Kumari, S. (2014), Need of Environment Conservation for the Sustainable Livelihood- International Journal of Research in Commerce, Economics & Management, IV(VI), 79-82.
42. Manzoor Hassan Malik, S. H. Malik, (2014), “Determinants of Software Exports during Global Economic Slowdown”, Journal of Science and Technology Policy in China, Vol. 5, No. 3, pp. 212-230.
43. Mukherjee, Shrabani (2013): ‘Growing Dependence on Transfers and Rising Disparity in Municipal Finances in India: Evidence from Thirteenth Finance Commission’, Co-authored with Debdulal Thakur, IJEF, e-ISSN: 2321-5933, p-ISSN: 23215925. (May. – Jun. 2013), Pp31-41.
44. Mukherjee, Shrabani (2013): “Right to Education and Infrastructural Facilities in Schools of West Bengal: A brief Review”, -co-authored with Debdulal Thakur, Communique, Volume 7, Number 1 (Issue funded by Indian Council of Social and Scientific Research (ICSSR), New Delhi) March 2013, ISSN 0973-8584.
45. Mukherjee, Shrabani (2013): “Coexistence of Formal and Informal Credit Markets in India –A Study of Entrepreneurial Choices for House-based Industries‟, Research in Applied Economics, Macro think Institute-USA, ISSN 1948-5433, Vol. 15, No. 3, September 2013.
46. Pandey, G. K. Backbone of Bihar Economy on Backfoot- Mainstream, 50(34), 28-30 (2012).
47.. Kohli, S., and Pandey, G. K. Flow of Institutional Credit, and Indebtedness among Farmers in India- Nava Arthiki. 19(2), 37-44(2011).
48. Mukherjee, Shrabani (2008): Decomposition of Final Electricity Consumption in India: A State wise Assessment‟- „Special article‟ section of „Economic & Political Weekly‟ (EPW), Vol. XLIII, No.3, January 19, 2008. ISSN:0012-9976E-ISSN:2349-8846
49. Mukherjee, Shrabani (2007), ‘An Alternative Measure of Efficiency in Use of Electricity in India: A State wise Assessment’- Indian Economic Review‟ – a refereed journal published from the Delhi School of Economics, July-December 2008, Vol. XXXXIII, Number 2.
1. Birthal, P S and Pandey, G (2020). ‘Structural Transformation and Sources of Growth in South Asian Agriculture’ in Mishra, A K; Kumar, A and Joshi, P. K (eds): Transforming Agriculture in South Asia: The Role of Value Chains, Routledge Taylor and Francis Publication. DOI: 10.4324/9781003024996-5, Scopus, Web of Science.
2. Mukherjee, Shrabani (2019): ‘Agriculture and State Policies: Some Critical Issues’, co-authored with Shrabani Mukherjee in P. Das and P. Biswas (Eds), ‘Indian Economy: Reforms and Development - Essays in Honour of Manoj Kumar Sanyal’, Springer. Singapore.
3. Pandey, G. (2018). ‘Rural Credit and Financial Penetration by Farmers: A Zone-wise Analysis of Bihar’ in Mehta, N., and Arya, A (eds): Role of Public Policy in Development Process, Academic Foundation, New Delhi. Pp 117-136. ISBN 9789332704213.
4. Pandey, G. (2016). ‘An Analysis of Access and Utilization of Credit by Farmers in Rural Bihar’ in Verma. S. (eds.): Rural Indebtedness in Punjab and other States: Problems and the way Out. CRIID Chandigarh. ISBN 978-81-385835-81-0.
5. Pandey, G. (2015). ‘Question of Sustainability of Peasant and Agrarian Distress of Punjab Economy’ in Ansari, I.A, (eds): Environment Development: Issues and Challenges, Raj Publication, New Delhi 2015. ISBN 978-93-82281-43-6.
6. Pandey, G., and Kumari, S. (2014). ‘Trends in Indian Agricultural Growth (Changing Structure, Performance, Agrarian Distress and Reforms’ in Shastri, R. K and Tripathi, R (eds): Dimension of Public Policy: Changing Scenario, Excel India Publishers, New Delhi. ISBN 978-93-8842223.
7. Pandey, G. (2013). ‘An Analysis of District-wise Farm Household Income: A Case Study of Bihar’ in Chandra, S.K, Babu V.S and Nath, P.K (eds) from NIRD Hyderabad: Agricultural Crises in India: A Way Out, Academic Foundation, New Delhi. ISBN 978-93-3270032-1.
8. Mukherjee, Shrabani (2013): 'Fiscal Stress & Education Expenditure: A Tale of Two Indian States’- Co-authored with Debdulal Thakur, LAP, Germany, ISSN-978-3-659-42704-6.
9. Mukherjee, Shrabani (2012): ‘Environmental Costs of Thermal Energy Generation: Notion and Estimation’, in Sachhidananda Mukherjee & Debasish Chakraborty (eds),’ Environmental Scenario in India- Successes and Predicaments’, Routledge, UK.
10. Mukherjee, Shrabani (2011): ‘Does the democratic decentralization really create responsible governance in rural India?’- Gramsurajya: Rural Governance & Inclusive Growth, Newsletter, Issue 3, May 2011, NCAER-IDRC, New Delhi.
1. P.K., Roy, D. and Pandey, G. (2019) Transformation and Sources of Growth in Southeast Asian Agriculture-Birthal, P. S., Joshi, Discussion Paper 01834, International Food Policy and Research Institute, (IFPRI) Washington D.C.
2. Mukherjee, Shrabani (2018): “Examining the Status of Educational Outcomes Vis a-vis School Governance for Primary Schools in Rural India: A Case Study in Dapoli Block, Maharashtra”, Symbiosis School of Economics Working Paper Series, Co-authored with Rujuta Milind Joshi.
3. Mukherjee, Shrabani (2017): “Technical Efficiency of Agricultural Production in India: Evidence from REDS Survey”, co-authored with Kailash Pradhan Working Paper No 161/2017, Madras School of Economics, Chennai.
4. Mukherjee, Shrabani (2016): “Is Financial Inclusion Cause or Outcome? A State-Wise Assessment in India” co-authored with Subhdri Sankar Mallik, Working Paper No 132/2016, Madras School of Economics, Chennai.
5. Mukherjee, Shrabani (2016): “Covariate and Idiosyncratic Shocks and Coping Strategies for Poor and Nonpoor Rural Households in India” co-authored with Kailash Pradhan Working Paper No 139/2016, Madras School of Economics, Chennai.
6. Mukherjee, Shrabani (2016): “Anatomy of Input Demand Functions for Indian Farmers across Regions”, co-authored with Kailash Pradhan Working Paper No 150/2016, Madras School of Economics, Chennai.
7. Ranganathan, T., Tripathi, A., and Pandey, G. Income Mobility among Social Groups in Indian Rural Households- Working Paper 368, Institute of Economic Growth, New Delhi, July 2016.
8. Mukherjee, Shrabani (2015): Entrepreneurial Choice of Investment Capital for House Based Industries: A Case Study in West Bengal, Working Paper No 97/2015, Madras School of Economics, Chennai.
9. Mukherjee, Shrabani (2015): Parent’s Choice Function for Ward’s School Continuation in Rural India: A Case Study in West Bengal, co-authored with Debdulal Thakur Working Paper No 106/2015, Madras School of Economics, Chennai.
10. Mukherjee, Shrabani (2015): The Income Transition in Rural India: Evidence from ARIS/ REDS surveys, co-authored with Kailash Pradhan Working Paper No 109/2015, Madras School of Economics, Chennai.
Fully Funded Project Based Study Reports
1. ‘Sustainable Development Goals for Rural Maharashtra: Achievements & Constraints’ funded by National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) (ongoing).
2. ‘Rural Development Infrastructure Index Including Physical, Social and Institutional Dimensions’ funded by National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD).
3. “Examining Financial Position of the Local Bodies (Rural and Urban), Tamil Nadu” funded by Fifth State Finance Commission constituted by the Government of Tamil Nadu.
4. ‘How Households Save and Invest: Evidence from NCAER Household Survey’, funded by SEBI-NCAER. New Delhi.
5. 'Rural Governance & Inclusive Growth’ funded by NCAER (India)-IDRC (Canada), New Delhi.
6. Project Preparatory Technical Assistance (PPTA) report for Government of West Bengal, 2012 funded by Asian Development Bank (ADB). Drafted the chapter on ‘Improving Service Delivery in Education in West Bengal’.
7. Provided research assistantship to Dr. Anuradha De for a project on ‘Public Expenditure on Education in India: Recent Trends and Outcomes’, Research Project of RECOUP & University of Cambridge, 2005, New Delhi.
8. Provided research assistantship to Dr. D.K. Shrivastava (Senior Fellow-NIPFP & Member 12th Finance Commission, GoI) in preparing the Uttar Pradesh Human Development Report.