Arnab Bhattacharjee is a Reader in Economics at Heriot-Watt University. He completed his graduate and postgraduate studies in Statistics from the Indian Statistical Institute (Kolkata, India) before working for five years at the Reserve Bank of India and completing a PhD in Economics part time from the University of Mumbai (2002). In 2008, he returned to the Indian Statistical Institute to complete a PhD in Statistics. Before coming to Dundee in 2010, he was College Lecturer and Research Associate in Cambridge University (2001-2004) and Lecturer in Economics and Finance at St Andrews University (2004-2010). His main research area is applied econometrics, specifically microeconometrics, panel data and spatial econometrics. In addition, his applied work focuses on housing markets and other spatial economic processes, monetary policy and business cycle in the cross section.
Arnab Bhattacharjee delivers numerous training courses, including Applied Econometrics with Stata and Panel Data Analysis using Stata.
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