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Sanchari Ghosh

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Dr Sanchari Ghosh

ghoshs@nsuok.edu

  • Associate Professor
    Economics

Office Location

  • Tahlequah
    Business & Technology 112
    (918) 444-2903

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Bio

I am an Associate Professor of Economics in the College of Business & Technology at Northeastern State University. Prior to joining NSU, I worked as a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Northeastern University, a Postdoctoral Fellow and guest lecturer at Boise State University, and a Research/Teaching associate at Oklahoma State University. My passion is teaching and applied research that borders on policy and am currently a member of the Association of Agricultural and Applied Economics, the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists and STIR, an organization for the Illinois River

Education:

  • PhD, Environmental and Resource Economics, Oklahoma State University , 2012
  • MS, International Economics, University of Calcutta, 2003
  • BS, Economics, University of Calcutta, 2001
My research focuses upon resource economics, especially water resources management under market based allocation and also under relevant institutional constraints. I have also worked on economics of renewable resources and on climate change adaptation in urban areas.
My teaching interests span a variety of courses mostly focused upon applied microeconomics and quantitative methods. At NSU, I have taught Principles of Microeconomics and Macroeconomics, Money and Banking. Business Statistics and Managerial Economics.

Intellectual Content:

  • Droughts and water trading in four western states: recent economic evidence (Journal Article, Academic Journal), Application, Published, January (1st Quarter/Winter), 2019
  • Economics of Water Trading in Consumptive Use (Journal Article, Academic Journal), Application, Published, December, 2018
  • Co-benefits and co-costs of climate action plans for low-carbon cities (Book, Chapter in Scholarly Book-New), Integration, Published, August, 2017

Presentations:

  • Water Permit Trading for reservoir water under competing demands and downstream flows - Agricultural and Applied Economics Association and Western Agricultural Economics Association Joint Meeting - Virtual - August 2021
  • An Alternative Market Framework for Water Transfers When Third Party Externalities Dominate - Annual Meeting of the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association - Washington, DC - August 2018
  • Hydroeconomic modeling of the benefits and costs of water management in the Santa Cruz border region - Annual Meeting of the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association - Boston, MA - August 2016

Courses Taught:

  • HONORS RESEARCH IV - FIN 4401 - Spring 2022