Economics

The study of economics provides students with an opportunity to understand the most important aspects of modern societies such as the global economy, production decisions, income distribution, consumption of goods and services, government’s role and the interaction between households and businesses.

Faculty

Department Faculty

Adjunct Professors

Mohan, Ramesh

Ramesh Mohan

Professor, Economics
Faculty Suite F, Room 409
rmohan@bryant.edu

Ramesh Mohan, Ph.D. is currently Professor of Economics at Bryant University. Dr. Mohan is a consultant in the areas of Development Economics and International Business/Economics. Apart from teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels, Dr. Mohan has also published many empirical research papers in numerous peer-reviewed journals, and co-authored a Development Economics textbook supplement by Cambridge University Press. He currently serves as the associate editor of the British Journal of Economics, Management and Trade. In addition, Professor Mohan is a Research Fellow at the Center for Global and Regional Economic Studies and has worked as a consultant in various capacities for several international organizations in the US, Asia and Europe. His services to clients include qualitative and quantitative evaluation of various economics and management/business issues. Professor Mohan has also consulted various higher learning institutions on improving their quality and ranking in order to get accreditation, as well as devising strategic master plan. He has also written various online courses for Accenture to cater to Fortune 500 company executives.

Introductory/Intermediate Macroeconomics Business and Economics of European Union Applied Macroeconomics: Case Studies Economic Growth & Technological Change Economics of Entrepreneurship Economics of Innovation, ICT and Internet International Business/Management, Capstone Economics Seminar MBA Managerial Economics MBA Global Business Environment MBA Analytical Tools for Managers

Economic Growth, Economics of Information, ICT and the Internet, Economics of Education, Macroeconomic Issues of Developing Countries

  • American Economic Association
  • Associate Editor, British Journal of Management, Economics and Trade
  • Malaysian Economic Association
  • Southern Economic Association
  • Omicron Delta Epsilon International Economics Honor Society
  • Omicron Delta Kappa, Bryant's Leadership Honor Society
  • 2015, Merit Award for Teaching, Scholarship and Service
  • 2013, Merit Award for Teaching, Scholarship and Service
  • 2011, Merit Award for Teaching, Service and Scholarship
  • 2009, Merit Award for Teaching, Service and Scholarship
  • 2007, Merit Award for Teaching
  • 2002, William L. Stamey Undergraduate Teaching Excellence Award
  • 2001, Department of Economics Teaching Excellence Award

Rustambekov, E., Mohan, R., Cultural Immersion Trip to Southeast Asia: A Study of Cross Cultural Intelligence, Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2017.

Tebaldi, E., Mohan, R., Institutions and Poverty, Journal of Development Studies, 2010.

Mohan, R., Modeling the determinants of turnover intentions: A Bayesian approach, Evidence Based HRM.

Rustambekov, E., Mohan, R., Why Do Firms Relocate Headquarters? An Examination of Stable and Dynamic Industries, IUP Jounal of Business Strategy, 2016.

Mohan, R., Good for Business: How States Can Be More Business-Friendly, Collaborative RI, 2015.

Buerki, T., Nandialath, A. M., Lizardi, S., Mohan, R., The Role of Business Environment in the Determination of Investment Decisions, IUP Journal of Business Strategy, 2014.

Nandialath, A. M., Annavarjula, M., Mohan, R., Endogeneity and Dynamics of Innovation and Firm Performance, International Journal of Productivity and Quality Management/Inderscience, 2014.

Nandialath, A., Da Veiga, B., Annavarjula, M., Mohan, R., The effect of heteroskedasticity on factors affecting stock repurchases, Global Business and Economics Review/Inderscience, 2014.

Peschel, K., Nandialath, A. M., Lizardi, S., Mohan, R., Private Equity Acquisitions and the Competitiveness of Buyout Firms, Global Review of Accounting and Finance, 2014.

Das, D., Nandialath, A. M., Mohan, R., Feeling unsure: quit or stay? A latent class analysis of employees’ intention to leave in Indian call centers, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Routledge, 2013.

Nguyen, H., Nandialath, A. M., Mohan, R., Is Beta Dead? Reevaluation of Equity Returns in the US Diversified Financial Sector, IUP Journal of Applied Economics/IUP, 2013.

Annavarjula, M., Mohan, R., Innovation Capabilities and International Competitiveness of Firms: A Quantile Regression Approach, International Journal of Business Innovation and Research, 2012.

Mohan, R., Das, D., Modelling heterogeneity in perceptions of stress in Indian call centres: a latent class analysis, International Journal of Business Innovation and Research, Inderscience , 2012.

Yobaccio, E., Mohan, R., Trifts, J., Developing International Self-Reliance in Undergraduate Students through Study Trips, Journal of the Academy of Business Education, 2012.

Lakshmi, B., Mohan, R., How Well is Productivity Being Priced?, Journal of Economics and Finance, 2010.