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Dr. Suryaprakash Mishra

Assistant Professor (Economics)

Ph.D. (Economics): Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta (CSSSC).

M.S. (Applied Economics & Statistics): Clemson University, USA.

M.A. (Economics): Gokhale Institute of Politics & Economics (GIPE), Pune.

B.Com: Symbiosis College of Arts & Commerce, Pune/ University of Pune.


Dr. Suryaprakash Mishra is in academia since January 2010 and is with the National Law University, Delhi, as an Assistant Professor (Economics) since August 2016. After returning from the USA with an M.S. (Applied Economics & Statistics) from Clemson University, he joined the School of Law, KIIT University, Bhubaneswar in January 2010 as an Assistant Professor (Economics) – II, and was there till August 2012. After his stint at KIIT University he was with NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad, as an Assistant Professor (Economics) till August 2016.


Since over the past ten years, he has designed and taught the courses of Economics & Law – I (Falls of 2016, 2017, 2018 & 2019), Economics & Law – II (Springs of 2017, 2018, 2019 & 2020 (currently teaching)), LLM course of Economics of Competition Law (Fall 2016), Economics – II (Law and Economics) (Spring 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016); Research Seminar in Economics of Regulation (Spring 2013); Economics – I (Principles of Economics) (Fall 2013 and 2014); Research Seminar in Economics of Competition (Fall 2013); Economics – I (Fundamentals of Economics for Lawyers) (Fall 2015, 2016 (partly) and Spring 2016); Macroeconomic Analysis and Policy (Spring 2015 and Spring 2016); Business Economics (Fall 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 (partly) and Business Research Methods (Spring 2014); Macroeconomics (Spring 2010, 2011 and Fall 2012); Government Accounts and Audit and Fiscal Responsibility under the Indian Constitution (Fall 2012); Microeconomics – II (Spring 2012); Economics of Growth and Development (Spring 2010, 2011and 2012); Microeconomics – I, Managerial Economics (Fall 2011); Microeconomics (Fall 2010) and Indian Economics (Fall 2010 and 2011) and the module of Economics and Social Transformation from the course Law and Social Transformation (Fall 2011 and Fall 2010).


Though he has taught a variety of courses at both post–graduate as well as undergraduate levels, the courses of Microeconomics, Statistics, Business/Managerial Economics, Business Research Methods and Law & Economics have been the ones that he enjoys teaching the most.


He has academic publications on various sub–disciplines of Economics such as Microeconomic Theory, Bargaining Theory, Industrial Organization, Development Economics, International Trade, Poverty and Inequality and Public Finance/ Economics.


While at Clemson University, as a GTA, he taught Principles of Economics and Experimental Statistics to undergraduate students for two and a half years.

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Area of Interest.

    Applied/ Economic Theory, Microeconomic Theory, Game Theory, Decision Theory, Industrial Organization, Development Economics, Economics of Regulation and Theoretical Law & Economics (Competition Economics and Economics of Crime & Punishment).