Faculty Profile

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Dr. Krishna Ram

  • Affiliation

    Assistant Professor,
    School of Undergraduate Studies

  • Email krishna@aud.ac.in

Qualification

  • MA, M.Phil, PhD, Jawharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.
  • M.Sc (Economics), University of Birmingham, UK. 

Past Experience

  • Assitant Professor, Ambedkar University, Delhi (since August 2017)
  • Assistant Professor, Shivaji College, University of Delhi (October 2008- August 2017)
  • Assistant Professor, Ramjas College, University of Delhi (August 2008-October 2008)

My Zone / Area of Expertise

  • Teaching Interest: Statistics, Econometrics, Advanced Econometrics, and Economic of Poverty
  • Area of Research: Development economics with a particular focus on Poverty, Health and Nutitrion, and Applied Econometrics.

Publications

Journal Articles

  • Ram, Krishna (2013) “Cereal Consumption as Proxy for Real Income”, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol 48, Isuue No. 29, July 20, 102-109
  • Ram, Krishna (2017) “Explaining Calorie Consumption Puzzle in India: An Empirical Study based on National and International Data Sets since 1990s, Social Scientist 45 (9-10), 35-53.
  • Ram, Krishna. (2017) “Testing Purchasing Power Parity and Uncovered Interest Rate Parity in a Multivariate Cointegration Analysis for China and India: 1993: Q1 to 2015: Q1, Asian Journal of Research in Social Sciences and Humanities Vol 7 (8), 228-243.
  • Ram , Krishna (2019) “An Assessment of Out-of-Pocket Health Expenditure and its Impact on Poverty Estimates across Caste , Class and Religion in India since the early 1990s”, Man & Development, Vol XLI, No. 4 , 51-76.

Other Writings

  • Ram , Krishna. (2017) “Key highlights of Economic Survey 2016-17”, Employment News, Volume 46, 11-17Feb.
  • Ram, Krishna. (2017) “GST and Demonetization Likely to be Key Drivers in the Upcoming Union Budget 2017-18”, Employment News, Special Article No. 44, 28 Jan -3 Feb.

Research Project

  • Assessment of Out-of-Pocket Health Expenditure and its Impact on Poverty Estimates in India: Evidence based on NSSO Data Set since 1990s, funded by ICSSR, completed in year 2019

Seminar / Conferences

Paper Presented in Seminar/Confeence

  • An Assessment of Out-of-Pocket Health Expenditure and its Impact on Poverty Estimates across Caste , Class and Religion in India since the early 1990s, Conference on Economic Theory and Policy, Ambedkar University Delhi, 29-31 April 2019.
  • Trend, Pattern and Inequality of Food Commodities Consumption in India: 1993-94 to 2011-12, International Conference on 25 years of Economic Reforms in India, Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Varanasi, 16-18th March 2018
  • Explaining calorie consumption Puzzle in India: An Empirical Study Based on National and International Data sets since 1990s, South Asia Economic Development: The way forward, International Conference full name of the conference, South Asia University (SAU), New Delhi, Delhi, 9th – 10 April 2015.
  • Explaining calorie consumption Puzzle in India: An Empirical Study Based on National and International Data sets since 1990s, CESP-Young Scholar Seminar, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi, Delhi, 9th – 10 March 2015.
  • Cereal Consumption as Proxy for Real Income, International Conference, Asian Meeting of Econometric Society, Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi, Delhi, 20th – 22 December 2012.
  • Cereal Consumption as Proxy for Real Income, CESP conference Series, Centre for Economic Studies and Planning, JNU, Delhi, 20thNovember 2012.
  • Relationship Between Cereal Consumption and Real income: Its Implication in Context of Poverty Debate, International Conference, Shivaji College, University of Delhi, Delhi, 17th -19thFebrurary 2011.

Invited lectures

  • Delivered two hours lecture on Quantitative Research Method and conducted hands on training on STATA in a training course on Research Methodology organised by Coucil for Social Development (CSD), New Delhi, 13-14th December 2019.
  • Delivered three hours lecture on Quantitative Research methodology in a Course on Research Methods on Gender, Poverty and the Informal Economy’ organised by V V Giri National Labour Institute, Sector 24, NOIDA, 4th September 2019.
  • Delivered two lectures on Introduction to STATA, and Working with NSSO data set using STATA at Department of Economics, Banaras Hindu University, 12-13 July 2016.
  • Delivered three hours lecture on linear and panel regression models in a training course on Research Methodology in Social Sciences organised by Council of Social Development (CSD), New Delhi, 15th December 2015.