Shamim is an economist, with research interests in areas of labor economics, economics of regulation, corporate finance, corporate governance, and social networks. Previously, he was the Associate Dean of Research and PhD at the School of Business Management, NMIMS, where he looked after the doctoral program and research policies. He has worked in academics for the last decade, and prior to that, he worked as an Associate Consultant at Analysis Group, Inc., Boston, USA, and economic and litigation consulting firm. He specializes in issues pertaining to competition, the pharmaceutical industry, and corporate governance. He completed his PhD in economics from the University of Rochester, where he was a recipient of the Norman N. Kaplan Award for his performances in the coursework and had the best GPA in his graduating class at Jawaharlal Nehru University in MA economics. He has guided a few PhD scholars.
Labour Economics, political economy, the economics of regulation, corporate finance, corporate governance, and social networks.
His research has been published in Emerging Markets Review, Vikalpa, and other reputed journals, and currently, there are several manuscripts under review and/or preparation with ABDC A*/A as target journals. He has also served as a reviewer for Oxford University Press, Vikalpa, and Shastri Indo Canadian Institute, among others.
Shamim has taught courses on economics (undergraduate to doctoral levels), quantitative research methods and advanced econometrics and statistics (MBA and doctoral students), and corporate finance and corporate governance (doctoral seminar).
- PhD, University of Rochester, USA
- MA in Economics, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, USA
- B.Sc. in Economics (Hons), University of Calcutta, Kolkata, India