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Name: Designation: Institute Affliation K. R. Shanmugam Professor Madras School of Economics (MSE), Behind Govt. Data Centre, Gandhi Mandapam Road, Chennai 600 025 (INDIA). Phone: 2230 0304; Cell: 94441 27681 E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org July 15, 1960 Indian (Tamilnadu)
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Ph. D. Dissertation: "Economics of Human Resources: An Econometric Study on the Compensating Differentials for Job Risks" M. Phil. (Dissertation): “Economics of Population: Socioeconomic Determinants of Fertility, Infant Mortality and Child Schooling in Rural Indian Households" Area of Interest: Public Finance, Applied Econometrics, Finance, Economics of Human Resources (with special reference to Industrial Safety and Health). Qualification: Degree Ph. D., M. Phil., M. A., B. A., Fellowship: Professional Experience: Institution Madras School of Economics (MSE) Madras School of Economics Madras School of Economics Madras School of Economics Madras Institute of Development Studies (MIDS), Chennai 20. Institution University of Madras, Madras University of Madras, Madras Bharathiar University, Coimbatore University of Madras, Madras Year of Passing Jan’1995 1988 1986 1984 Class I I I Subject Econometrics Econometrics Economics Economics
UGC fellowship (SAP) for Ph. D Program.
Designation Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Research Associate Project Associate
Period 16th July 2007 onwards Jan 2001 to July 2007 Aug’ 1997 to Dec’ 2000 Sep’ 95 to Aug’ 1997 June 1994 to August 1995
U. K. Chelliah (Government of Tamil Nadu). Government of India. 2000. 2. Chelliah on Finances of Pondicherry Government). Former Senior Development Economist. Poduval.2 Teaching Experience: Courses Taught at master level Public Economics. Funded by Planning Commission. Chelliah to the First State Finance Commission of Tamil Nadu. Delhi. conducted by Prof.. Government of Tamil Nadu. 5. (a World Bank Study). Nirmal Sengupta. Optimization Techniques. a Ford Foundation Project. “Introduction of VAT in Tamil Nadu: The Major Steps to be Taken and Revenue Implications” along with Dr. National Institute of Public Finance and Policy. O.A. P. Chelliah on Finances of Tamil Nadu Government). Mythili. Raja J.forestry in Tamilnadu. R. Project Works: 1. sponsored by Ministry of Finance. Microeconomics. Accelerating Growth through Globalization of Indian Agriculture (Funded by Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) along with Dr. Madras. 2003. Chelliah. F. Raja J. 3. Mathur. the study conducted by CRESD with Dr. 6. Economic Modeling for Agro . 4. Working as Economist in the "Tax Reform and Revenue Augmentation Commission" headed by Dr. Pondicherry: Vision 2020 (Submitted a chapter along with Dr. Efficiency of Thermal Power Stations in Uttar Pradesh (with Dr. 9. Econometric Methods. 11. Praveen Kulshrestha). sponsored by The Commercial Tax Department. MIDS. 2005 . Indian Public Finance. 10. New Delhi. MSE and Dr. Government of India.O. N. Financing of Irrigation Sector: An Integrated View. Raja J. G. 2002. Local Government Finances in Tamil Nadu (Worked with Dr. 8. Australian National University). Raja J. U.. Applied Econometrics. 1994. 1996. Chelliah). Statistical Methods. 7. Kalirajan. Tamil Nadu State Development Report. and Cost Benefit Analysis and Financial Mathematics.1997. Financing of Water Sector in Tamilnadu . Raja J.1997-99. N. Submitted to Prof. (Submitted a chapter along with Dr. 2001. Financial Economics. P. and Dr. 2004. submitted to UP Electricity Regulatory Commission. Raja J. Southern State Finances (Prepared a paper titled “Evolution of Fiscal Distress in Tamil Nadu” along with Dr. Sankar. and Former Economist and Statistical Adviser for Ministry of Food and Agriculture.
M. and Dr. 2009.K. Government of Tamil Nadu (submitted jointly with Dr. Director MSE)-sponsored Government of Tamil Nadu. 2008 17. Bhujanga Rao). Romer Correa and G. 2008. 19.3 12. Srivastava and Dr. Bhujanga Rao). MDG-Based Poverty Reduction Strategy for Tamil Nadu. Srivastava and Dr. D. “A Macro-fiscal Modeling Framework for Forecasting and Policy Simulations” a Project sponsored by Finance Commission of India (submitted jointly with Dr. sponsored by Union Planning Commission (on-going project). Allied Publishers. published by Madras School of Economics. 2006. Director. UNDP sponsored project (with Dr. “Finance Commission: Issues of the Southern States”. “Relevance of WPI as a Measure of Inflation in India” (along with Dr. “Water Resources Livelihood Security and Stake Holders Initiatives in a River Basin Context-Environmental Aspects” (Principal Investigator: Dr Paul P. 2009. 2009. Theory. 20. 13. ““Job-Led Growth in Tamil Nadu: A Panacea for the State” (along with Dr. Publications: A. “A Study Report on the MTA of 11th Plan of Tamil Nadu”. 2008 16.Srivastava. “Medium Term Fiscal Framework”-working as Economic Modeling and Forecasting Specialist on the Madhya Pradesh Long-term Consultancy Assignment “Strengthening Performance Management in Government” for PricewaterhouseCoopers Private Limited. 2009 2. Econometric Models. Bhujanga Rao).. Bhujanga Rao). Saumitra Bhaduri). Books (Edited) 1. Ananthapadmanabhan). MSE) sponsored by Promoting Healthy and Active Life (PHAL). Sachchidananda Mukherjee. Dr.Pandit).K. Srivastava. 2004. by State Planning Commission. D. (along with Dr.D. 15. 14.K. “RBI-MSE Macro-econometric Modeling Project” (currently working with Dr. theory and Applications (along with D. Appasamy)-prepared a paper titled Fertilizer use efficiency of Agricultural Farms in Bhavani River Basin” with Mr. New Delhi (2007). 3. “Memorandum to the Thirteenth Finance Commission” a project sponsored by the Finance Department. Srivastava and Dr. .Nachane. 2005. Measurement and Policy: Evolving Themes in Quantitative Economics (along with V. Bhujanga Roa. Srivastava and Dr. Academic Foundation in association with Indian Econometric Society. 18. Srivastava.
Journal of South Asian Development. Biswa Swarup Misra).2. 11. Abhiman Das). (with Mr. pp. (5) “Efficiency analysis of Coal Based Thermal Power Generation in India During the Post Reform Era” (co-author: Dr. (10) "Self Selection Bias in the Estimates of Compensating differentials for Job Risks in India" Journal of Risk and Uncertainty. 2007. pp.C. Sasidaran). 3. (along with V Pandit. No.1. Models and Policies. 4. No. (3) “Ownership and Performance of the Indian Banking “Industry: Revisited” (with Dr. Vol. 16.2003. 2006. Economic and Political Weekly.237-52. Journal of Economic Development (under review process) (2) “Stock Returns – Inflation Relation in India: 1980-2004” (with Dr. 23. 1. Saumitra N. Saumitra Bhaduri). Environment and Development Economics. 9. August 25. Trade andDevelpment (forthcoming) (2) “Strategy for Poverty Reduction and Narrowing Regional disparities” with Dr.9. 9. Technical Efficiency and Agricultural Production in Indian Districts”. Madheswaran). (7) “The Impact of Trade Unions on Compensation for Job Risks” (co-author: Dr. Bhaduri).No. International Review of Economics and Business. S.1. (9) "Size. pp379389. B Articles in International Journals: (1) “Health. T. Madheswaran). 2003. Published by Indian Econometric Society. 2005.4 4. No. Vol. 2004. pp. pp. (3) "Technical Efficiency in Agriculture Production and its Determinants: An Exploratory Study at the District level" with Mr Atheendar Venkataramani. August 2000. No. 2008. 2002. Raja J. pp. May 2001. Vol. 15-28. 263-275.68186. 2009. Age and Firm Growth in the Indian Manufacturing Sector". Articles in National Journals: (1) The Multi-Fibre Agreement Phase-Out: Efficiency Implications of Textile Firms in India. pp35-46. (11) “Valuations of Life and Injury Risks: Empirical Evidence from India”. (6) “Efficiency of Indian Commercial Banks During the Reform Period” (co-author: Dr. Applied Econometrics and International Development. Vol. S.Chelliah. Data. No. (8) “Earnings Frontiers and Labor Market Efficiency: Evidence From India" (coauthor: Dr. A. pp. (Co author: Dr.1. Environmental and Resource Economics Vol. (with Jeniffer Ruger and Atheendar Venkataramani). 10. 607-613. 14. Applied Financial Economics.3475-81. Anant and G. pp187-198. 569-583. No. Applied Economics Letters.Ananathapadmanabhan). Sarma. 1. 22 No. Praveen Kulshreshtha). C.A. International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research. International Journal of Global Energy Issues. Vol. . pp. March 2004. Vol. Vol 3. (4) “Rate of Time Preference and the Quantity Adjusted Value of Life in India”.
4. 125136. April-June 1999.. Praveen Kulshreshtha). Productivity. Jan-Mar 2000. Vol.57-68. pp. 55. (4) “Sales Tax Policy Interaction Among the State Governments in India” (with Mr. Sthanumoorthy). Vol.44. Artha Vijnana. Vol. . Indian Journal of Applied Economics. Allied Publishers Pvt. No. pp. No. pp. 3. No.1. (2004). 147-163 (Earlier version appeared in Econometric Models: Theory and Application (ed. 169-184. 97-101. (11) “Labour Use Efficiency of Banking Sector in India” (with T. G. pp. S. 2. April .2002. 6. 2. No. pp. Part IV. pp. pp211-228. Ltd. No. XXXV. Groundnut and Cotton Farms in Tamil Nadu”. No. Bhaduri). No. The Indian Journal of Applied Economics. vol. Saumitra N. (17) “Socially Optimal Insurance for Industrial Injury Accidents”.2. XLIV. Artha Vijnana. 213-224. 8. pp. Pp. Vikalpa: The Journal for Decision Makers. (19) “Compensating Wage Differential for Work Related Fatal and Injury Accidents”. pp.5 Indian Journal of Agriculture Economics. 1-11. 4. 337-342. 2. (7) “Efficiency of Thermal Power Plants in India” (co author: Dr.) D. April-June 1998 (with Dr. Vol. No. XLII. (12) "Technical Efficiency of Rice Growers in Tamilnadu: A Study Based on Panel Data" (co-author: Dr.4. pp. 271-284. Sep’ 1998. Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics. Vol. (10) "Technical Efficiency of Rice Growers in Bihar". No. April-June 1997. No. Productivity. Artha Vijnana. T. Vol. 251-262. Asia Africa Journal of Economics and Econometrics Vol. Mythili). Vol 58. April-June. Jan – March 1998. Productivity. 169-188).40. 1. 105-112. pp. Vol. No. Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics. 1. (6) “Technical Efficiency of Growing Rice Crop in Karnataka: A Panel Data Study”. Vol. July-Sep’1998. Manpower Journal. 43. 377-389. Indian Economic Journal. pp 15-25. Nachane et al. 2002. The Indian Journal of Labor Economics. 27. No. pp. Vol. pp. (18) "Value of Life and Injury: Estimates Using Flexible Functional Form". No.June 1997. pp. 2. 1. No. pp. 630-634. 2. pp. 61. Lakshmanasamy). Lakshmanasamy). Vo. Madheswaran). (16) “Returns to Higher Education: Estimating Using Flexible Functional Form”. Jan-March 2003. Vol.Vol. Oct-Dec. 1. 115-126. XL. 2002. The Indian Journal of Labour Economics. June 2000. (13) “Insurance Benefits. R. No. (20) "The Value of Life: Estimates from Indian Labor Market". 39. No. 4. (14) “The Impact of Unions on the Compensation for Job Risks”. (9) "Composite Indices of Basic Human Needs and Income in India" (Co-author: Dr.M. 2006. July-Sep’1997. 2000. 989-999.3&4. (15) “Methodologies for Optimal Agroforestry Systems”. Wage Premiums and the Value of Injury Risks”. No. 3. (8) “Production Frontiers and Efficiency Measures: An Analysis of the Banking Sector in India” (co-author: Dr. 39. 1. Vol. 38. (5) “Technical Efficiency of Rice. 2004. Vol. 2000. Journal of Quantitative Economics.
63-68. "Some Aspects of Inter District Disparities in Tamil Nadu". Allied Publishers. “Health. Srinivasan. E. Working Papers 1. 1997. 2007. . January . 21.26. Sethumadhavan and G. 6. Lakshmana samy and T. “Ownership and Performance of the Indian Banking Industry: Revisited” (with Dr. in Thittam (YojanaTamil). (with Dr. 237-252. 9. Raja J. S.33. MSE working paper no. “Stock Returns-Inflation Relation in India”. D. A. “Indian Banking Sector: Is it on the right track?” in The Hindu Business Line. Chelliah. Articles in Edited Volumes: 1.) by A. ISAS Working paper No. MSE Working paper No. pp. Working Paper No. MSE Working paper no. 2. December 10. 450-55. Articles (Magazines/Newspapers): 1. C. 2003. 2008. Technical Efficiency in Agricultural Production and Its Determinants: An Exploratory Study at the District Level (with Atheendar Venkataramani). 2005 (with Saumitra Bhaduri). N.6 D. (with Jeniffer Ruger and Atheendar Venkataramani). “Designing Fiscal Transfers: a Normative Approach” (with Dr. MSE). MSE Working Paper No. 8. May 2000. 4. Bhattacharyya) in Towards Commercialization of Clean Energy (ed. 7. Director. pp. 2008. R. in Thittam (Yojana-Tamil). 11.39. 38. pp.. “Development and Contributions of Industries in Tamil Nadu” (in Tamil). 2009. MSE-Working Paper No. 52. M. Sasidaran). 12-14. pp. MSE-Working Paper No. technical Efficiency and agricultural Production in Indian Districts”. 1 with Dr.Chelliah). Rao.K. “Strategy of Growth for Substantial Reduction of Poverty and Reversal of Trend Towards Increasing Regional Divide”(with Dr. Karthikeyan. 5.M. 2. “Consumption of Domestic Fuels in Rural Households of Tamilnadu” (with Dr. MSE-Working Paper No. “Sources of Output Growth in Indian Agriculture during Post-Reform Period” (with Vidhya Soundararajan). Biswa Swarup Misra). 2. Srivastava. Nalla Gounden (ed.) by T. Saumitra Bhaduri). 3. 2008. “Compensating Wage Differences in the Indian Labor Market” in Economics of Human Behavior: Essays in Honour of Prof. 1997. Raja J. “Impact of Trade Liberalization on the Efficiency of Textile Firms in India” (with Mr. F. “Tamil Nadu Government Budget: An Overview” (in Tamil). 10 3.
6. Thangavel. edited by P. Organizing Committee Member: National Conference on Local Body Finance” organized by State Finance Commission. Statistics Department and Applied Evaluation Department. Jan 4-6. Macmillan India Ltd. "A Comparative Study of Technical Efficiency of Farms in Bihar. 4. 2.day Workshop on Applied Econometrics sponsored by the Indian Econometric Society held at MSE Chennai.Madhewaran). Pandit et al. 5. June 19-23. Jan 2006. Seminars. Workshops Organized 1.N. “The Economic Value of Environmental Health Risks” (co-author: Dr. Lakshmanasamy.7 3. Cambridge University Press (forthcoming) More than 50 Papers Presented in National/International Conferences and about 50 lectures delivered at various workshops/training programs organinized by national and international agencies. 2002. Allied Publishers Private Limited. P. Conferences. Treasurer: Various Annual Conferences of The Indian Econometric Society held at Chennai. “Some Aspects of Inter district Disparities in Tamil Nadu (co-author: Dr. Bangalore. S. in Valuing the Invaluable: The Practice of Environmental Valuation in South Asia. M. Convener (Program Committee): 42nd Annual Conference of the Indian Econometric Society held at Amritsar. 7. edited by A. Joint Coordinator: "Training Program on Statistical Tools" sponsored by Tamil Nadu State Planning Commission. Kolkatta and Amritsar (2001 to 2006). Development and Cost Benefit Analysis for the Officials of State Planning Commission. 6. in Data. 2006. Coordinator: 9. Models and Policies. Jan 2003. in Algorithms and Artificial Systems. Karnataka. pp. 277-295. R. Kalirajan et al. Murty and Priya Shyamsundar. Indian Econometric Society. . pp120-139. “Technical Efficiency Measures for Single and Multiple Output Technologies” (co-author: Dr. T. 2001. December 2004. 2000 at MSE. Baroda. Punjab and Tamilnadu: The Random Coefficients Approach" in Globalization of Indian Agriculture. 5. Coordinator: Training Program on Statistical Methods and Computer Applications for the Officials of State Planning Commission. 4. edited by V. March 14-15 1996 3. Enamul Haque.. Coordinator: Training Program on Planning. Chelliah). March 2006. edited by K. pp 288-323.J.K.
The Effect of Grants on the State Expenditures in India 4. G. Expenditure Competition among State Governments in India. Joint coordinator: Seminar on Finance Commission: Issues of the Southern States. Interest Rate Competition among Housing Loan Lending Institutions in India. Managerial Equity and Performance in the Indian Non-Banking Financial Companies 5. Interstate Disparities in India. Coordinator: 21-day UGC Refresher Course in Economics (theme: Contemporary Economic Policy Issues in India). 2. Ownership Performance in the Indian Banking Sector. 6. Output Performance of Indian States: A Stochastic Frontier Approach 18. 3. 20. Technical Efficiency of Private and Public Banks in India. Effects of State Taxes and Expenditure on the Growth of State Economy. 15. Relationship between inflation and stock Return 11. Empirical Study on the Choices of Investors Portfolios Ph. Age and Firm Growth in the Chemical Manufacturing Industry in India. 13. Stock Return Volatility 12. Technical Efficiency of Chemical Manufacturing Firms in India. Economics Dissertations (completed): 1. Diploma Dissertation (awarded) Efficiency of thermal power plants in India. Efficiency Implications of Textile Trade Liberalization in India. 2. 9. Sc. M. Supervision of Thesis: P. Capital Formation and Growth in Agriculture. Efficiency of Commercial Banks in India: A Semi-parametric Approach 14. Council Member: The Indian Econometric Society (from 1997 to 2000 and 2007). 2007. December 8-9. Socially Optimal Insurance for Industrial Injury Accidents 21. 16. Relationship between Ownership and Performance of in Indian NBFCs. D Dissertation: Sales Tax Competition among the Southern States in India (Awarded) Public Expenditure Policy Interactions among the States in India (Progress) Professional Activities [others] 1. 17. 8. Efficiency of Commercial Banks in India: The Ray Frontier Function Approach 10. 9. 7. Size. Investment and Output in Agriculture and Allied Activities in India – A Macro Study 19. 2008 at MSE. Treasurer: the Indian Econometric Society (From April 2001 to March 2006) .8 8. November 28 – December 18.
Thailand (organized by SANDEE with World Bank Institute. Social Sciences. Board of Studies. 2001 5. Also attending the Research Training Program on CGE Modeling at Jadavpur University. of Humanities & Social Sciences. Actuarial Economics students (2007-09). Member of Board of Studies.9 3. 15. Indian Institute of Management. January 1-7. 6. 2009. MSE (2003) and Faculty Adviser for M. Jadavpur University. and UNEP RRC. 1999.AP). 8.C. 14. New Delhi. May 11. Goa University. Bangkok. 2009. 7. 2006. Participant: Winter School on Quantitative Economics. Calcutta. (organized by MSE in various years).Sc students (2000-02). 2008. (ii) Mathematical Finance for Indian Bank officials and for Canara Bank Officials. Actuarial Economics course (2007 onwards) 11. 2008. VIT.. Washington D. 2009. 12.16. (iv) FDP on Econometrics for Management Research at IIM Kozhikode (2007). Member of Computer committee. 2003. MSE Hostel Warden (2000. and Library Committee. organized by UNCTAD-JUECON. (Signature of the Candidate) January 2010 . Member. May 15. Member of Board Studies: PSG college of Arts and Science. 2005 onwards). Social Sciences. 9. Member. (vi) applied Econometrics Training organized by Goa University (2006). “Computing GEM in Eviews” delivered at UNCTAD-JUECON Programme. 1999. Resource Person for (i) Applied Econometrics Training Program organized by Reserve Bank Staff College (2003 onwards). December 3-10. Participants: A Regional Course in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics at the AIT Centre. October 2008. MSE (1998. and 2002 onwards) 10. Jadavpur University. (v) Applied Econometric workshop organized by SANDEE at Colombo (2005). Participant: Research Training Program on CGE modeling and Data Analysis. during October 30November 16. Indian Statistical Institute. 4. Anna University. Board of Studies: Dept. etc. (iii Decision Science and Advanced Analytics course for HP officials conducted by MSE (2007). Participant: Winter School on Quantitative Economics. 13. In-charge.
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