Sanja Samirana Pattnayak is a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Economics and Public Policy area. Dr.Pattnayak received his Ph.D. in Economics from National University of Singapore and M.Phil. in Economics from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Before beginning his doctoral studies, he was a research associate at Indian Statistical Institute, and National Institute of Public Finance and Policy, Delhi for a brief period.
Prior to joining IIM Tiruchirappalli, Dr. Pattnayak has served various teaching and research positions at the NUS Business School, Institute of Real Estate Studies, NUS Global Asia Institute and Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore. He was also a Singapore Millennium Postdoctoral Fellow (SMF) in Business and Economics at the Department of Economics, National University of Singapore.
His main teaching interests inlude Microeconomics, Industrial Organization, International Economic Theory and Policy, Public Sector Economics and Econometrics. His research is broadly in the areas of Applied Industrial organization, Micro-econometrics, Applied Econometrics, Real Estate Economics and Housing and Labour Economics. He has worked particularly on issues related to Economic liberalization and productivity growth, FDI and technology transfer, linkage and Spillovers of MNEs with domestic economy, and also issues related to migration and economic development.
Dr. Pattnayak has published his research work in leading international refereed journals including Applied Economics, Economic Modelling, Journal of Economic Studies, International Journal of Business Studies and Keio Economic Studies. He has also presented his research widely at many international conferences.
Pattnayak, Sanja Samirana, & Thangavelu, S. M. (2014). Productivity and Learning-by-exporting: A Firm-level Analysis of Indian Manufacturing. The World Economy, doi: 10.1111/twec.12136
Research Interests: Productivity, FDI and Technology transfer, Linkages and Spillovers, Real Estate Economics, Housing and labour economics.
His detailed CV is here