Ankita Mishra is a lecturer with the School of Economics, Finance and Marketing with research interests in development economics and applied Macroeconomic Time Series Analysis.
- Development Economics
- Applied Macroeconomic Time Series Analysis
- Macroeconomics (Currently teaching ECON 1010)
- PhD in Economics, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai, India, 2010.
- Mishra, V.,Mishra, A. (2016). Is there a modi effect in per capita income of Gujarat? In: Economics Bulletin, 36, 1821 - 1828
- Mishra, A.,Mishra, V.,Smyth, R. (2015). The random-walk hypothesis on the Indian stock market In: Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 51, 879 - 892
- Mishra, A. (2014). Relative income and female autonomy: Evidence from India In: Asian Population Studies, 10, 96 - 119
- Mishra, A. (2014). Multidimensional measures of female disempowerment In: Social Indicators Research, 119, 1393 - 1410
- Mishra, A.,Ray, R. (2014). Spatial variation in prices and expenditure inequalities in Australia In: Economic Record, 90, 137 - 159
- Mishra, A.,Ray, R. (2013). Multi-dimensional deprivation in India during and after the reforms: do the household expenditure and the family health surveys present consistent evidence In: Social Indicators Research, 110, 791 - 818
- Mishra, A. (2013). Pre-conditions for inflation targeting in an emerging economy: the case of India In: Global Economy Journal, 13, 89 - 108
- Mishra, A.,Ray, R. (2012). Multi-dimensional deprivation in the awakening giants: A comparison of China and India on micro data In: Journal of Asian Economics, 23, 454 - 465
- Mishra, A.,Mishra, V. (2012). Inflation targeting in India: A comparison with the multiple indicator approach In: Journal of Asian Economics, 23, 86 - 98
- Mishra, A.,Mishra, V. (2012). Evaluating inflation targeting as a monetary policy objective for India In: Economic Modelling, 29, 1053 - 1063
- The nexus between equity markets and housing prices in Australia. Funded by: Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre Research Grants 2016 from (2016 to 2016)
Monetary economics and central banking, Development economics mainly welfare and gender related issues, Time-series econometrics.
1 PhD Current Supervisions