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ARINDAM BANIK

PhD. Arindam Banik

Professor / Researcher

University of Delhi
Contact
abanik@pucp.edu.pe

DEGREES AND CERTIFICATIONS

Professor Banik holds a PhD in Economics from University of Delhi, India, a Master of Science in Economics from University of Jahangirnagar, Bangladesh, and a Bachelor of Science in Economics from the University of Jahangimagar, Bangladesh.

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Professor Arindam Banik has been the Director of Research at the International Management Institute, Director of Academic Affairs at the International Management Institute, Associate Editor at the Global Business Review, Visiting Professor at the University of the West Indies, Associate Professor at the International Management Institute, among others.

 

PUBLICATIONS

Professor Arindam Banik has been the author of the following books:

  • Banik, A., Das Gupta, A., & Bhaumik, P. (2015). Corporate governance, responsibility and sustainability initiatives in emerging economies (pp. 169). London: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Banik, A., & Bhaumik, P. K. (2006). Foreign Capital Inflows to China, India and the Caribbean – Trends Assessments and Determinants. Palgrave-Macmillan’s Global Academic Publishing.

Professor Arindam Banik has been the author/coauthor of the following papers published in peer-reviewed journals:

  • Banik, A. (2015). Poverty and earning compulsions for the family have pushed children out of schools. International Journal of Social Economics, 42(10), 946-958.
  • Banik, A. (2014). Assessing the barriers to trade in services in South Asia. Global Business Review, 15(4), 795-814.
  • Banik, A. (2014). Índia em transformação: o novo crescimento econômico e as perspectivas pós-crises. Revista de Sociologia e Politica, 22(50), 67-93.
  • Banik, A., & Khatun, R. (2012). Role of knowledge in supporting growth across Indian states: A co-integration and causality approach. Modern Economy, 3, 346-354.
  • Banik, A., & Bhaumik, P. K. (2011). Assessing the barriers to trade in services in South Asia.
  • Banik, A., & Bhaumik, P. K. (2010). Rigidities restraining movement of a rural artisan from Poor to Non-Poor state: An empirical investigation of an Indian poverty reduction program. International Journal of Social Economics, 37(1), 17-40.
  • Banik, A., & Belle, G. (2009). Alternate explanations of FDI inflows in the caribbean: The evidence so far. Management Perspectives, 1(1), 2-12.
  • Banik, A., & Bhaumik, P. K. (2008). Are poverty reduction programmes less effective in troubled states? An empirical household level investigation in rural India. Savings and Development, 32(4), 321-352.
  • Banik, A., Bhaumik, P. K., & Iyare, S. O. (2007). Exogenous technological change and wage inequality in rural India: A theoretical note. International Journal of Social Economics, 34(10), 735-740.
  • Banik, A., & Bhaumik, P. K. (2006). Aging population, emigration and growth in Barbados. International Journal of Social Economics, 33(11), 781-788.
  • Banik, A., & Bhaumik, P. K. (2006). FDI, skilled labour and the caribbean’s emerging competitive disadvantage. Global Business Review, 7(2), 174-193.
  • Banik, A., & Bhaumik, P. K. (2006). Project management and development of human capital in the caribbean: Three case studies. Management Decision, 44(8), 1076-1089.
  • Banik, A., & Bhaumik, P. K. (2005). FDI Inflows in the Caribbean: a neighborhood based analysis. Journal of Global Awareness, 6(3), 60-74.
  • Banik, A., & Bhaumik, P. K. (2005). Supporting the poor but skilled Artisans by making assets available to them-An empirical investigation in Rural India. Journal of International Development, 15(1), 45-46.
  • Banik, A. (2004). Farm Size, Factor Productivity and Returns to Scale under Different types of Water Management. Economic and Political Weekly, 24(53).
  • Banik, A. (2004). Explaining FDI Inflows to India, China and the Caribbean- An Extended Neighborhood Approach. Economic and Political Weekly, 39(30), 3398-3407.
  • Banik, A. (2003). An Assessment of the Caribbean Skills Development System: Does it constitute a Viable Model for New economy. Global Development Studies, 3.
  • Banik, A. (2003). Evolution of Rural Informal Financial Institutions in South Asia. Savings and Development, 27(4), 361-375.
  • Banik, A. (2003). Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to India and China- Trends, Assessments and Determinants. Savings and Development, 27(1), 5-22.

 

CURRENT POSITION

He currently is the Director of the International Management Institute, Editor of the Global Business Review, and Affiliate Professor at CENTRUM Católica Graduate Business School.