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Prof. Pami Dua

Prof. Pami Dua

Prof. Pami Dua    Delhi School of Economics, Delhi.
Ph.D. from London School of Economics
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Dr. Pami Dua is Senior Professor of Economics and Director of the Delhi School of Economics.

She has served the University of Delhi in various capacities including Dean of Academic Activities and Projects; Chairperson, Research Council; Dean Research of Humanities and Social Sciences; and Coordinator, Internal Quality Assurance Cell of the University of Delhi.

She was a member of the first Monetary Policy Committee of the Reserve Bank of India from 2016 to 2020. She also served as the President of the Indian Econometric Society. She served for two decades as Principal Coordinator from India (Delhi School of Economics) of the United Nations World Project LINK for forecasting the global economy. She has also undertaken pioneering work in business cycle analysis with respect to India in collaboration with the Economic Cycle Research Institute, New York.

She has been Editor of the Indian Economic Review, journal of the Delhi School of Economics, for almost two decades. She has published numerous research papers in reputed international journals as well as books and book chapters in her fields of study viz. time series econometrics, forecasting, macroeconometrics, monetary policy and business cycle analysis.

She has over three and a half decades of experience in teaching of macroeconomics, econometrics and forecasting. She earlier taught at the University of Connecticut, USA and Wayne State University, Michigan, USA and has also been affiliated with Yale University as well as Columbia University.

She completed her B.A. (Hons.) in Economics from Lady Shri Ram College and obtained her Masters (with distinction) and Doctorate in Economics from London School of Economics.

She has been conferred the highest honour of the University of Delhi — Nishtha Dhriti Satyam Samman. She has also been honoured with the Distinguished Alumni Award from Lady Shri Ram College.