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Barnali Gupta

Associate Dean for Curriculum & Professor

Office of the Dean & Economics


Profile

Academic Background

  • Ph.D. University of Florida, Economics, 1990
  • M.A. University of Florida, Economics, 1989
  • M.A. Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi, Economics, 1986
  • B.A. Jadavpur University, Economics, 1983

Academic & Professional Experience

  • Associate Dean for Curriculum, Farmer School of Business (January 2016 - )
  • Professor, Miami University (2006-Present).
  • Associate Professor, Miami University (1998-2006).
  • Assistant Professor, Miami University (1993-1998).
  • Lecturer/Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin (1991-1993).
  • Assistant Professor, Murray State University (1990-1991).

Recent Publications

  • Gupta, B., and Bose, A. (2013), Mixed Markets in Bilateral Monopoly, Journal of Economics, 110:141-164
  • Gupta, B., and Bose, A. (2012), Optimal Training, Employee Preferences and Moral Hazard, The Journal of Economic Theory and Social Development, 1:1, 1-24
  • Gupta, B., (2008). Delivered Pricing, Positive Externalities and Firm Dispersion. Economics Bulletin, Vol. 12, No. 32, 1-6.
  • Gupta, B., Pal, D., & Sarkar, J. (2006). Product Differentiation and Location Choice in a Spatial Model. Journal of Regional Science, 46 (2), 313-331.
  • Gupta, B. (2004). Spatial Cournot Competition in a Circular City with Transport Cost Differentials. Economics Bulletin, 4 (15), 1-6.
  • Gupta, B., Pal D., Sarkar, S., Ming, C., & Lai, Y. (2004). Where to Locate in a Circular City. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 22 (6), 759-782.
  • Gupta, B. (2002). Tacit Collusion in a Spatial Model with Delivered Pricing. Journal of Economics, 1, 1-16.
  • Gupta, B., Heywood, J., & Pal, D. (1999). The Strategic Choice of Location and Transport Mode in a Successive Monopoly Model. Journal of Regional Science, 39 (3), 525-537.

Honors & Awards

  • 2014, 2013: CELTUA Senior Survey Commendations
  • 2007, 2006, 2004, 2002, 1999, 1997: FSB Summer Faculty Research Grant.
  • 2004: Nomination for Effective Educator Award, Miami University Alumni Association.
  • 2003: Honored Professor Award, Associated Student Government of Miami University.
  • 1995: Summer Scholars Award (for a research project with an undergraduate student, entitled Privatization in Local Government: Theory and Outcome, Miami University.

Professional Interests

  • Research: Industrial organization, Microeconomics, Game theory
  • Teaching: Microeconomics, Industrial organization, International Healthcare systems

Areas of Expertise

  • Industrial organization
  • International comparisons of healthcare systems
  • Microeconomics

Biography

Courses

  • FSB ADMINISTRATIVE ASSIGNMENT
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Contact Information

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