Venkatraja B

Venkatraj

Research Interest / Consulting Area
Third Sector, Sustainable Development, Applied Econometrics, Public Finance, Development Environment and Macro Economy

Courses Offered
Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Managerial Economics and Business & Economic Environment

Also teaches/taught at
S.V.S College, Bantwal-Mangalore
Shree Sharada College, Basrur-Kundapur
ICFAI National College, Hassan

Dr. Venkatraja B, MA, Ph.D
Assistant Professor - Economics
venkatraja@sdmimd.ac.in

Dr. Venkatraja has a Master’s Degree in Economics from the University of Mangalore. He has a PhD in Economics awarded by the University of Mysore for his research work in the field of Third Sector. He has been in academics since 2004. He has the experience of teaching diverse courses in the domain of Economics which include Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Managerial Economics and Business & Economic Environment. He has published many research papers and articles in reputed national and international journals. His areas of research interest are Third Sector, Applied Econometrics, Sustainable Development, Public Finance, Development Environment and Macro Economy.  He has also presented research papers in International Conferences. 

Publications

Edited Book

  1. Parasuraman N. R. & Venkataraja, B [Editors]. (2016). 2nd International Conference on Inclusive Economic Growth and Sustainability. Mysore: Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara Institute for Management Development (SDMIMD). [ISBN: 978-93-83302-18-5].
  2. Parasuraman N. R., Venkatraja B., Jagadeesh R. and Sriram, M. (2015) (Editors). Special issue of Select papers of International Conference on Global Economic Growth and SustainabilityAnnamalai International Journal of Business Studies and Research. November, Vol 7, Issue 2. ISSN (print): 0975-749X.
  3. Parasuraman N. R. & Venkataraja, B [Editors]. (2015). International Conference on Global Economic Growth and Sustainability. Mysore: Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara Institute for Management Development (SDMIMD). [ISBN: 978-93-83302-12-3].

Book Chapters

  1. Venkatraja, B. (2017). Feedback Effects of Inflation and Economic Growth in India: An Econometric Analysis. Contemporary Research in Management – Vol. VI by Mousumi Sengupta and Nilanjan Sengupta [Compilers]. Mysore: Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara Institute for Management Development (SDMIMD).  [ISBN: 978-93-83302-23-9].
  2. Venkatraja, B. (2016). ‘One Belt, One Road’ Initiative of China’. Cases in Management – Vol. V by N.R. Parasuraman, Mousumi Sengupta and Nilanjan Sengupta and G.Srilakshminarayana. [Editors]. Mysore: Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara Institute for Management Development (SDMIMD).  [ISBN: 978-93-83302-14-7].
  3. Venkatraja, B. (2016). Dynamics of Macroeconomic Fundamentals Affecting Stock Market in India: A Causal Relationship Analysis. Contemporary Research in Management – Vol. V. by Mousumi Sengupta and Nilanjan Sengupta [Compilers]. Mysore: Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara Institute for Management Development (SDMIMD).  [ISBN: 978-93-83302-15-4].
  4. Venkataraja, B (2015). How to operationalise Indian Model of GST. Cases in Management- Vol IV. N.R. Parasuraman, Mousumi Sengupta and Nilanjan Sengupta and G.Srilakshminarayana. [Editors]. Mysore: Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara Institute for Management Development (SDMIMD).  [ISBN:978-93-83302-14-7]
  5. Venkataraja, B & Sriram M. (2015). A casual nexus between FDI and economic growth of India: an empirical study. Contemporary research in management – Vol. IV by Mousumi Sengupta and Nilanjan Sengupta [Compilers]. Mysore: SDM RCMS. [ISBN: 978-93-83302-08-6].
  6. Venkatraja B (2014). Business Correspondent (BC) Model for Inclusive Growth: Performance Analysis of SKDRDP. Cases in Management- Vol III. N.R. Parasuraman, Mousumi SenguptaNilanjan Sengupta and G.S. Lakshminarayana. [Editors]. Mysore: Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara Research Centre for Management Studies (SDM RCMS), SDMIMD. [ISBN:978-93-83302-05-5]

International Journals

  1. Venkatraja, B. (2017). Impulse Response of Economic Growth to Renewable Energy Shocks: Indian Scenario. FOCUS International Journal of Management, ISSN: 0973 9165 (print), Vol.12 (2), pp. 6-10.
  2. Venkatraja, B. (2017). Demystifying the Sensitivity of Economic Growth to Government and Private Consumption Expenditures: An Empirical Study of India. European Journal of Business and Management, ISSN: 2222-1905 (Paper), ISSN 2222-2839 (Online), Vol. 9(7), pp 117-122.
  3. Venkatraja, B. (2016). Is Rising Food Subsidy Attributed to Poor Food Management? An Empirical Evidence from India. International Affairs and Global Strategy, Vol. 51, ISSN (Paper) 2224-574X, ISSN (Online) 2224-8951, pp.15-24.
  4. Venkatraja, B. (2016). Impact of Central Explicit Subsidies on Fiscal Deficit in India: An Empirical Study. International Review of Research in Emerging Markets and the Global Economy (IRREM), (ISSN: 2311-3200), Vol.2 (4), pp.973-997.
  5. Venkatraja, B & Sriram, M. (2015). Vulnerability of China’s Economic Growth to the Export Shocks: An Econometric Evidence. The Asian Economic Review, Vol.57 (4), December, pp.17-34.
  6. Venkataraja, B (2015). Testing the Export-Led Growth Hypothesis for India: An Econometric Analysis. International Affairs and Global Strategy, Vol.37, ISSN 2224-574X (Paper) ISSN 2224-8951 (Online), pp. 74-83.
  7. Venkataraja, B (2015). Does Export-led Growth Strategy Sustain? An Aggregate Demand Dimension: China’s Experience; India’s Lessons. International Review of Research in Emerging Markets and the Global Economy (IRREM) - An Online International Research Journal (ISSN: 2311-3200), Vol.1 (4), pp. 538-556.
  8. Venkataraja, B (2015). Rise and Fall of the HMT Watches Ltd– A Case Study. International Journal of Social and Economic Research (ISSN: 2249-6270), Vol.5(2), April-June, pp. 151-157.
  9. Venkatraja, B & Sriram, M (2014). Modeling and Forecasting GDP of India-ARIMA Model. Asian Journal of Development Matters, Vol. 8(2), December (0973-9629), Pp. 38-49
  10. Venkatraja, B (2014). Does Keynesian Model of Aggregate Demand Determining GDP hold Relevance? Indian Experience. International Journal of Social and Economic Research, Vol. 4(4), December. (ISSN: 2249-6270)
  11. Venkatraja, B. & Indira, M (2014). Do NGOs Impact Rural Development? An Empirical Assessment. Asian Economic Review, Vol. 56(4), December. (ISSN: 0004-4555).
  12. Venkatraja, B. (2014). Impact of Macroeconomic Variables on Stock Market Performance In India: An Empirical Analysis. International Journal of Business, Quantitative Economics and Applied Management Research.Vol.1(6), November. (ISSN: 2349-5677). p71-85.
  13. Venkatraja, B. & Indira, M (2014). Methodological Issues in Measuring Human Development: an Empirical Analysis. GE-International Journal of Management Research. Vol.2(11), November. (ISSN: 2321-1709). p140-159.
  14. Venkatraja B and Indira M (2012) “Capability Approach as an Alternative Framework for the Measurement of Human Development”, Asian Economic Review, August 2012, Vol.54, No.2.
  15. Venkatraja.B and Indira.M (2011) “Role of NGOs in Human Development: An Empirical Analysis”, Journal of Asian Development Matters, Vol.5, No. 3, December, 71-81. 

National Journals

  1. Venkatraja.B. (2017). Keynes' Expansionary Fiscal Policy Not At Work in Karnataka. Southern Economist, (ISSN 0038-4046), Vol.55 (23) April, pp.13-15. 
  2. Venkatraja B. (2017). Fiscally Prudent Expansionary Budget: Key to Growth Sustainability. Southern Economist, ISSN: 0038-4046, Vol.55(20), February, pp 43-44.
  3. Venkatraja, B (2016). Growth Acceleration and Fiscal Prudence. Southern Economist, Vol. 54(23), April, ISSN (print) 0038-4046, pp 45-46.
  4. Venkataraja, B (2015). A Causality Analysis on the Empirical Nexus between Capital Formation and Economic Growth: Evidence from India. Rajagiri Management Journal, Vol. 9 (1), (ISSN Print:  0971-9968), pp. 25-42.
  5. Venkatraja B. (2015). Planning Commission is History and Niti Aayog is Mystery. Kisan World, Vol. 42 (4), (Print- ISSN 0971-9229), pp.51-54. 
  6. Venkatraja B. (2015). Higher Public Investment is the Catalyst of Growth. Southern Economist, , Vol. 53(22), (Print- ISSN 0038-4046), pp. 45-46. 
  7. Venkatraja B. (2014). Pradhan Mantri’s Jan Dhan Yojana- Prospects and Problems. Kisan World. December, p.21-24
  8. Venkatraja B. (2014). BRICS Bank: new hope of Third World Countries. Southern Economist. Vol.53, No.10, September 15, 2014.
  9. Venkatraja B. (2014). Towards fiscal prudence: chances and challenges. Southern Economist. Vol.53, No.7, August 
  10. Venkatraja. B (2014) “Rural Sanitation-Still A Challenge”, Kisan World, Vol.41, No.4, April 2014, pp44-45.
  11. Venkatraja.B (2014) “State Budget: Boost to Education”, Southern Economist, Vol.52, No.22, March 2014, pp 34.
  12. Venkatraja.B (2014) “Fiscal Consolidation: Is An Illusion?”, Southern Economist, Vol.52, No.22, March 2014, pp 44.
  13. Venkatraja. B (2013) “Tender Coconut Water- A Natural Desi Drink”, Kisan World, Vol.40, No.7, July 2013, pp 12-16.
  14. Venkatraja.B (2013) “Defence Budget: A Well Balanced Exercise”, Southern Economist, Vol.51, No.23, April 2013, pp 35.
  15. Venkatraja. B (2012) “Regional Disparities in Human Development of Karnataka” Southern Economist, Vol 51, no 9, Sept 1, 2012, pp 5-8.
  16. Venkatraja. B (2012) “Coffee Consumption in India: an Analysis”, Kisan World, Vol 39, No 8, August 2012, pp 36-39.
  17. Venkatraja.B (2011) “The Role of NGOs in Human Development”, Kisan World, Vol. 38, No.11, November, pp 54-56.
  18. Venkatraja.B and Indira.M (2011) “Impact of NGOs on Social Development: An Analysis”, Southern Economist, Vol. 50, No.5, July 1, pp 45-50.
  19. Venkatraja.B and Indira.M (2011) “Role of Education in Social Development: An Empirical Analysis”, Madhya Pradesh Journal of Social Sciences, Vol 10, No1, June 2011, pp 1-10. 
International Conferences
 
  1. Sriram, M. & Venkatraja, B. (2016). Do Flow of FDI and Stock Index Movements Corroborate Long Term Relationship?  An Empirical Analysis of India. UGC Sponsored 7th International Conference on 'Leveraging Investment, Infrastructure and Intellectual Capital for Economic Development'; Coimbatore, 15-16 December, 19 p.
  2. Venkatraja, B (2016). Impact of Central Explicit Subsidies on Fiscal Deficit in India:An Empirical Study. Fifth International Conference on Global Business, Economics, Finance and Social Sciences, SDMIMD and J A Alpha, Chennai, April 1-2.
  3. Venkatraja, B (2015). Does Export-led Growth Strategy Sustain? An Aggregate Demand Dimension: China’s Experience; India’s Lessons. International Symposium on Emerging Trends in Social Sciences Research, SDMIMD and J A Alpha, ​Chennai, April 3-5.