Dr Abhijit Sharma
BA(Hons), MIB (Delhi), MA (Hull), PhD (Sheffield)
Senior Lecturer in Economics
Member of the Accounting, Finance and Economics group
Member of the BRITE Lab research centre
Member of the BCIBF research centre
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University of Bradford School of Management
Abhijit completed his BA (Honours) degree in economics at the University of Delhi and his MA in global political economy at the University of Hull. He also has a master's degree in international business from the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, Delhi. He worked as a lecturer in economics at the Department of Economics at the University of Sheffield. He also worked as a postdoctoral research economist at the Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College London on an ESRC and RCUK funded project involving econometric modelling of technology adoption decisions.
- Environmental and resource economics
- Applied industrial organisation, including industrial restructuring
- Applied econometrics (especially time series)
- International Economics
Abhijit is currently working as a co-investigator on an EU FP7 research project titled "Crossing Boundaries" (EUR194,500), with particular focus on innovation, technology adoption and knowledge diffusion, as well as links between intellectual property rights (IPR) and innovation.
He previously worked on a RELU/ ESRC funded project on Technology Adoption Decisions and Pesticide Reduction in UK Agriculture, with other researchers at Imperial College London and the University of Kent. He also worked on a project sponsored by the Food Standards Agency on the Effectiveness of the Reduced Salt Campaign, with researchers at the University of Kent. On both projects he worked on econometric modelling and estimation aspects.
Abhijit is currently supervising doctoral students in areas such as option pricing with time varying volatility, the economic impact of mega sporting events, the role of corporate governance and financial performance of banks in Ghana, innovation in international joint ventures, among others. Abhijit is willing to supervise PhD students in areas of his research interest.
Quantitative Methods in Finance (Postgraduate)
Business Economics (Postgraduate)
Introduction to Quantitative Research Methods (Doctoral)
Geographic regions specialist in:
India, China, Newly Industrialising Countries/ Emerging Markets, United Kingdom
Abhijit is a Research Fellow at the Rimini Centre for Economic Analysis
at the University of Bologna, Italy www.rcfea.org.
Fellow - Higher Education Academy