Prof. Subhasis Bera
PhD (Economics) (JNU), M.Phil (International Trade & Development) (JNU), MA (Economics) (Silver Medalist)
Experience: Over 6 years
Background & Experience
Prior to joining at FORE School of Management he worked as a Fellow at Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER). He had worked at World Bank (New Delhi) as a consultant. He has also taught courses in Microeconomics Theory at Post graduate level and graduate level between 2000 and 2003.
He is a member of Solution Exchange for ICT for Development Community (UNDP), Solution Exchange for the Education Community (UNDP) and works as an e-volunteer for UNESCO.
Areas of Interest & Teaching
His areas of expertise are Economics of Technology, Development Economics, and International Trade; In particular he has worked on Digital Divide and Open Source software Development, Foreign Direct Investment, Information and Communication Technology and Applied Econometrics.
- “The Issues of Competition in the Indian Server Market”, Economic and Political Weekly,, Vol 45, No. 35, August 28-September 03, 2010 , ( with Rajat Kathuria)
- “Issues of Competition in Mainframe and Associated Services In India, “, ICRIER-Indicus Analytics Research Report, March 2010 ( with Rajat Kathuria, Shikha Gupta, Mamta, Rajkumar Sahi)
- “South-South FDI vs North-South FDI: A Comparative Analysis in the Context of India”, ICRIER Working Paper 238, July 2009(with Shikha Gupta)
- "To Contribute or not to Contribute: Micro-theoretical Models of the Open Source Software (OSS) Development", CITD Discussion Paper DP0909, April 2009 (with Amit Shovon Ray)
- “Digital Divide Among Selected Industrialized States in India: Myth or Reality?” in V. Upadhyay et al (editors) Productivity and Quality: A Multidisciplinary Perspective, Tata McGraw-Hill: New Delhi, 2006. (with Amit Shovon Ray)