Dr. Sunil Paul

Designation : Assistant Professor

Broad Area of Expertise : Economics

Email : sunil{at}iitgoa.ac.in

Contact Number : 0832-2490-114

Address : F-2, IT Building

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Educational Qualifications

  1. Ph. D (Economics) : Pondicherry Central University, 2013.
  2. M. A. Economics : University of Calicut, 2003.
  3. B. A. Economics : University of Calicut, 2001.

Areas of Research

Macroeconomics, Monetary economics and Applied time series econometrics.


Courses Taught


Professional Appointments

  1. Assistant Professor, Madras School of Economics, Chennai, April 2014-July 2018.
  2. Visiting Faculty, Department of Economics, Central University of Tamil Nadu, Even Semester, 2015-16
  3. Lecturer, Madras School of Economics, Chennai, July 2013-March 2014.

Recent Publications

  1. Paul, S. and Raja Sethu Durai, S. (2018). Monetary aggregates and core inflation: evidence from India.Applied Economics Letters, 1-5.
  2. Paul, S., S. R. Rather and M. Ramachandran (2017). Money and inflation in India: Evidence from P-star model. Bulletin of Economic Research 69(4), 94-111.
  3. Anand, B., S. Paul, M. Ramachandran (2014). Volatility spillover between oil and stock market returns. Indian Economic Review 49(1), 37-56.
  4. Lagesh. M. A., M. M. Kasim and S. Paul (2014). Commodity futures indices and traditional asset markets in India: DCC evidence for portfolio diversification benefits. Global Business Review 15(4), 777-793.
  5. Paul, S. and M. Ramachandran (2013). Do currency equivalent monetary aggregates have an edge over their simple sum counterparts? South Asian Journal of Macroeconomics and Public Finance 2, 107-143.
  6. Paul, S. and M. Ramachandran (2011). Currency equivalent monetary aggregates as leading indicators of inflation. Economic Modelling 28, 2041-2048.

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