Sukhwinder Bagi, Associate Professor

Sukhwinder Bagi, Associate Professor


Sukhwinder Bagi

Department of Economics
Sutliff Hall 227 | 570-389-4839 | sbagi@bloomu.edu

Dr. Bagi received her Ph.D in Economics from Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee. Her areas of specialization include Econometrics and International Trade.

Her research interest lies in Economic Growth, Economic Development, Globalization, Liberties, Foreign Direct Investment and Economics of Happiness. Papers in these areas have been presented at various national and international conferences and have been published in economic journals.

She has taught several courses in Principles of Micro and Macroeconomics, Intermediate Micro and Macroeconomics, Business and Economics Mathematics, Business and Economics Statistics, Econometrics, International Trade, Money and Banking, and Contrasting Economics.

Research Interests:
Freedom, Economic Growth and Development

Publications:

1. “Components of Economic Freedom and Inequality,” Northeast Business and Economics Association Proceedings, 2010.

2. “Socio-economic Factors, Freedom, and Happiness,” Northeastern Association of Business, Economic, and Technology Proceedings, Spring 2010.

3. “Democracy and Human well-Being,” Northeast Business and Economics Association Proceedings, 2009.

4. “Globalization and Liberties,” Combined Proceedings of the Global Awareness Society International, November 2008.

5. “An Analysis of Inequality, Human Development, and Economic Growth,” Southwestern Journal of Economics, April 2008, Vol. X, No. 2.

6. “A Cross-Country Analysis of Public Expenditures and Human Development,” Northeast Business and Economics Association Proceedings, 2007.

7. “Freedom and Growth: A Cross-Country Evidence,” Global Awareness Society International Proceedings, 2002.

8. “An Inquiry Into the Causes of Cross-National Economic Growth,” Pennsylvania Economic Review, Vol. 7, No.1. 1999.

9. “Economic Liberalization and Trade Policies in India, “The Social Engineer: A Journal of International Perspective on Development, Vol. 7, No. 1, 1998.

10. “Development-Democracy-Growth Conundrum,” The Social Engineer: A Journal of International Perspectives on Development, Vol. 5, No. 1, 1996.

11. “A Global Analysis of Econo-Political Systems and Human Rights,” Global Awareness Society International Proceedings, 1996.

12. “Time Series Analysis of the Determinants of Economic Growth,” Journal of Economic Democracy, July-September, Vol. 1, No. 3, 1991.

13. “A Synthesis of the Theories of Immiserizing Growth,” The Indian Economic Journal, Vol. 37, No. 3, 1990.

14. “A Model of Farm-Level Demand for Extension Information,” North Central Journal of Agricultural Economics, July 1989 (co-authored with F. S. Bagi).

15. “Developments in the Theories of Immiserizing Growth, “The Indian Journal of Economics, Vol. 64, April 1984.

16. “Aggregate Production Function and Marginal Productivity Theory of Distribution,” The Indian Economic Journal, Vol. 28, April-June 1981 (co-authored with F. S. Bagi).