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ANAND ASTHANA

PhD. Anand Asthana

Profesor / Investigador

Fordham University
Contacto
aasthana@pucp.pe

GRADOS Y CERTIFICACIONES

El profesor Asthana es Ph. D. in Economics, Fordham University, New York, USA; M.Sc. in Development Studies, University of Bath, UK; B.E. in Mechanical Engineering, IIT, Roorkee. Posee estudios de especialidad en Strathclyde Business School, Glasgow, UK; y Harvard University, USA.

 

EXPERIENCIA

En relación con su experiencia profesional, ha sido Secretario de Comercio, Industria y Empleo del Gobierno de Estado de Centro de India con una población de 80 millones. Anteriormente, ha sido Secretario de Finanzas del mismo gobierno y Director Gerente de empresas del Sector Público y Director de la Misión Nacional de Agua en India con un presupuesto anual de medio billón de dólares. Ha sido consultor para organismos internacionales y ha realizado misiones de consultoría en Estados Unidos, Uganda, Camboya, Laos y Nigeria.

 

PUBLICACIONES

En relación con su producción intelectual, ha escrito diversos artículos peer review en revistas internacionales y de categoría ISI:

  • “Voluntary sustainability standards in Latin American agribusiness: Convergence and differentiation” (American-Eurasian Journal of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences, 2014);
  • “Profitability prediction in catlle ranches in Latin America: A Machine Learning Approach” (Global Veterinaria, 2014);
  • “EU FTA negotiations with India: The question of liberalisation of public procurement (Asia Europe Journal, 2014);
  • “Thirty years after the cataclysm: Toxic risk management in chemical industry” (American-Eurasian Journal of Toxicological Science, 2014);
  • “Profitability prediction in agribusiness constracts: A machine learning approach” (American-Eurasian Journal of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences, 2013);
  • “Unlearning machine learning: The challenge of integrating research in business applications” (Middle East Journal of Scientific Research, 2013); “Who do we trust for antitrust? Decontrusting structural IO” (World Applied Sciences Journal, 2013);
  • “Descentralisation and supply efficiency: Evidence from a natural experiment” (International Development Planning Review, 2013);
  • “Physics envy and natural experiments in business and economics” (World Applied Sciences Journal, 2012); “Human rights and corruption: Evidence from a natural experiment” (Journal of Human Rights, 2012);
  • “Yogic science for human resource management in business” (World Applied Sciences Journal, 2012);
  • “Decentralisation, HRD and production efficiency of water utilities: Evidence from India” (Water Policy, 2012);
  • “Decentralisation and corruption revisited: Evidence from a natural experiment” (Public Administration and Development, 2012);
  • “The business of water: Fresh perspectives and future challenges” (African Journal of Business Management, 2011);
  • “Entrepreneurs and human rights: Evidence from a natural experiment” (African Journal of Business Management, 2011);
  • “Is participatory water management effective? Evidence from Cambodia” (Water Policy, 2010);
  • “Does Participatory Management Work? Evidence from Cambodia” (Water Policy, 2010),
  • “What determines access to subsidized food?” (International Development Policy Review, 2009),
  • “Human rights and Economic Development” (Management in Government, 2009),
  • “Decentralisation and Corruption” (Public Administration and Development, 2008),
  • “Decentralisation and Supply Efficiency” (Journal of Development Studies, 2003), and
  • “Where water is free: the demand analysis of drinking water” (Open Economies Review, 1997).

 

CARGO ACTUAL

Actualmente es Profesor e Investigador en el Área Académica de Finanzas, Contabilidad y Economía en CENTRUM Católica Graduate Business School.