Dr. Sujata Verma
Associate Professor of Economics
Director, Undergraduate Day Business Program
|Office location:||Cuvilly Hall 18|
|Office hours:||By appointment|
|Phone number:||(650) 508-3675|
- Ph.D. in International Economics (2000) University of California, Santa Cruz, CA, USA.
- Dissertation: The Architecture of the International Capital Markets: Theory and Evidence.
- MA in International Economics (1997): University of California, Santa Cruz, CA, USA.
- Fields of Specialization: International Finance, International Trade
- MPhil. Economics (1988): Delhi School of Economics, Delhi University, India.
- Thesis: The Impact of Tax Policy on Savings and Investment Behavior in India.
- MA Economics (1987): Delhi School of Economics, Delhi University, India.
- Fields of Specialization: Econometrics, Statistics and Public Finance.
- BA Economics (1985): Lady Shri Ram College, University of Delhi, India.
- Business Internship
- Economics of Environment
- Principles of Microeconomics
- Principles of Macroeconomics
- Business Analysis Using Spreadsheets
- Comparative Economic Systems
- Intermediate Microeconomics
- Managerial Economics
- International Economics
- Money, Markets and Financial Systems
- International Business
- Economies of Less Developed Countries
- Indian Economy since Independence
- Development Economics
- Business Statistics
- Environmental Economics
- Political Economy
- Sovereign Debt
- International Capital Markets
- Economies of India and China
- Development Economics
- Happiness Surveys
- Social Capital
- Reputation Models
- Public Finance
- Community Based Learning and Community Engagement Mini-Grant, NDNU 2008-09
- Faculty Development Research Grant, NDNU, Spring 2006, Spring 2005
- Winner of the International Economics Research Award 2000, awarded by the Export Import Bank, India for the Best Ph. D. Thesis in International Economics, 2000
- Singh Fellowship Recipient, University of California, Santa Cruz, 1997-1998
- Merit Scholarship Recipient, Delhi School of Economics, India, 1986-87
- All India Entrance Scholarship Recipient, Delhi University, India, 1982-85
- Member of the Sigma Beta Delta Honors Society.
- Volunteered as a Hindi language instructor at the Los Altos Hill View Community Center.
- Social Capital Case Study: Belmont-Redwood Shores School District, Teaching Case Study, March 2004.
- Rescue Packages and Output Losses Following Crises (with Michael P. Dooley) in Managing Currency Crises in Emerging Markets, Michael P. Dooley and Jeffrey A. Frenkel, ed., National Bureau of Economic Research, March 2003.
- Determinants of Sovereign Defaults: What does the Empirical Evidence Tell Us? Economic and Political Weekly, Mumbai, India, November 2002.
- The Architecture of the International Capital Markets: Theory and Evidence, Export Import Bank of India Publication, Occasional Paper No. 82, March 2001.
- Savings, Investment and Marginal Effective Tax Rates in India (with Raghabendra
Jha), in International Journal of Development Banking, Volume 8 No. 1, January 1990
- Papers and Lectures Presented:
- 'How Economic Cycles Affect City Govt. Budgets Evidence from Five California Cities’ at NDNU Faculty Colloquium, April 12, 2010
- US Economy in the 1980’s at NDNU Faculty Panel Presentation, September 2006
- Impact of China’s Economic Growth on Developing Countries at NDNU Faculty Development Colloquium, March 2006.
- Religions of the World: Hinduism at Notre Dame de Namur University, November 2004.
- Religions of the World: Hinduism at Notre Dame de Namur University, November 2003.
- International Debt Crises at NDNU Faculty Development Colloquium, April 2003.
- The Changing Role of the International Monetary Fund in the New International Financial Architecture at Lady Shri Ram College, New Delhi, India, August 30, 2001
- The International Monetary Fund and ‘Bailing In’ the Private Sector (with Michael P. Dooley) presented at the NBER Conference on Management of Currency Crises, Monterey, California, March 28-31, 2001.