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Avik Sinha

Avik Sinha
Designation:
Assistant Professor
Telephone:
91-832-2366767
Email Id:
avik.sinha@gim.ac.in
Qualifications:
  • FPM in Economics (Indian Institute of Management Indore)
  • PGDM in Finance and Service Operation (Institute for Technology and Management Mumbai)
  • B.E. in Electronics and Communication Engineering (National Institute of Technology Durgapur)

Area of expertise:

Environmental Economics, Sustainable Development, Applied Econometrics

Experience:

Research & Publications:

  1. Shahbaz, M., Balsalobre, D., Sinha, A., 2019. Foreign Direct Investment-CO2 Emissions Nexus in Middle East and North African countries: Importance of Biomass Energy Consumption. Journal of Cleaner Production, 217, 603-614.
  2. Sinha, A., Sengupta, T., 2019. Impact of Energy Mix on Nitrous Oxide Emissions: An Environmental Kuznets Curve approach for APEC countries. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 26(3), 2613-2622.
  3. Zafar, M.W., Shahbaz, M., Hou, F., Sinha, A., 2019. From Nonrenewable to Renewable Energy and Its Impact on Economic Growth: The role of Research & Development Expenditures in Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Countries. Journal of Cleaner Production, 212, 1166-1178.
  4. Shahbaz, M., Sinha, A., 2019. Environmental Kuznets Curve for CO2 Emissions: A Literature Survey. Journal of Economic Studies, 46(1), 106-168.
  5. Shahbaz, M., Destek, M.A., Okumus, I., Sinha, A., 2019. An Empirical Note on Comparison between Resource Abundance and Resource Dependence in Resource Abundant Countries. Resources Policy, 60, 47-55.
  6. Sinha, A., 2018. Impact of ICT exports and internet usage on carbon emissions: A case of OECD countries. International Journal of Green Economics, 12(3-4), 228-257.
  7. Lahiani, A., Sinha, A., Shahbaz, M., 2018. Renewable Energy Consumption, Income, CO2 Emissions and Oil Prices in G7 Countries: The Importance of Asymmetries. Journal of Energy and Development, 43(1-2), 157-191.
  8. Sinha, A., Shahbaz, M., 2018. Estimation of Environmental Kuznets Curve for CO2 emission: Role of renewable energy generation in India. Renewable Energy, 119, 703-711.
  9. Sinha, A., Shahbaz, M., Sengupta, T., 2018. Renewable Energy Policies and Contradictions in Causality: A case of Next 11 Countries. Journal of Cleaner Production, 197, 73-84.
  10. Sinha, A., Shahbaz, M., Balsalobre, D., 2017. Exploring the relationship between energy usage segregation and environmental degradation in N-11 countries. Journal of Cleaner Production, 168, 1217-1229.
  11. Sinha, A., 2017. Inequality of Renewable Energy Generation across OECD Countries: A Note. Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews, 79, 9-14.
  12. Paramati, S.R., Sinha, A., Dogan, E., 2017. The significance of renewable energy use for economic output and environmental protection: evidence from the Next 11 developing economies. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 24(15), 13546-13560.
  13. Sinha, A., Rastogi, S.K., 2017. Collaboration between Central and State Government and Environmental Quality: Evidences from Indian Cities. Atmospheric Pollution Research, 8(2), 285-296.
  14. Sinha, A., Bhattacharya, J., 2017. Environmental Kuznets Curve estimation for SO2 emission: A case of Indian cities. Ecological Indicators, 72, 881-894.
  15. Sinha, A., 2017. Examination of Oil Import-Exchange Nexus for India after Currency Crisis. International Journal of Green Economics, 11(2), 107-121.
  16. Sinha, A., Sen, S., 2016. Atmospheric consequences of trade and human development: A case of BRIC countries. Atmospheric Pollution Research, 7(6), 980-989.
  17. Sinha, A., 2016. Trilateral association between SO2 / NO2 emission, inequality in energy intensity, and economic growth: A case of Indian cities. Atmospheric Pollution Research, 7(4), 647-658.
  18. Sinha, A., Bhattacharya, J., 2016. Environmental Kuznets Curve estimation for NO2 emission: A case of Indian cities. Ecological Indicators, 67, 1-11.
  19. Bhattacharya, J., Sinha, A., 2016. Inequality in Per Capita Water Availability: A Theil's Second Measure Approach. Desalination and Water Treatment, 57(1), 136-144.
  20. Roy, S.N., Sinha, A., 2016. Elucidation of Macroeconomic Determinants for Prognosis of Buruli Ulcer. Theoretical Economics Letters, 6(4), 640-646.
  21. Sinha, A., Bhattacharya, J., 2016. Confronting Environmental Quality and Societal Aspects: An Environmental Kuznets Curve Analysis for Indian Cities. International Journal of Green Economics, 10(1), 69-88.
  22. Sinha, A., Bhattacharya, J., 2016. Confronting Two Faces of Inequality: A Panel Based Evidence from Indian Cities. Journal of Developing Areas, 50(2), 109-125.
  23. Sinha, A., Rastogi, S.K., 2015. Inequality in Access to Improved Water Source: A Regional Analysis by Theil Index. Theoretical Economics Letters, 5(6), 683-690.
  24. Sinha, A., 2015. Quadrilateral Causal Analysis of Economic Growth in India. International Journal of Green Economics, 9(3-4), 215-225.
  25. Sinha, A., 2015. Organizational Productivity and Absorptive Capacity: A Conceptual Modeling. Journal of Applied Economic Sciences, 10(8), 1278-1285.
  26. Sinha, A., 2015. Conceptualizing Service Export Price Optimization. International Journal of Commerce and Management, 25(3), 309-329.
  27. Sinha, A., 2015. Modeling Energy Efficiency and Economic Growth: Evidences from India. International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy, 5(1), 54-68.
  28. Sinha, A., Bhattacharya, J., 2014. Is Energy-Led Economic Growth Is Causing Climatic Shift? A Causal Analysis for India. International Journal of Green Economics, 8(2), 120-133.
  29. Sinha, A., 2014. Resolution of Information Asymmetry in Management Accounting: A Game Theoretic Way. Artha Vijnana, 56(3), 382-401.
  30. Sinha, A., 2014. Carbon Emissions and Mortality Rates: A Causal Analysis for India (1971-2010). International Journal of Economic Practices and Theories, 4(4), 486-492.
  31. Sinha, A., Bhattacharya, J., 2014. Is Economic Liberalization causing Environmental Degradation in India? An Analysis of Interventions. Journal of Applied Business and Economics, 16(5), 121-136.
  32. Sinha, A., Mehta, A., 2014. Causal Analysis of India's Energy-led Growth and CO2 Emission (1960-2010). Indian Journal of Economics and Business, 13(1), 81-89.