V. PRADEEP

Assistant Professor
Great Lakes Institute of Management

Area: Economics

Dr.V.Pradeep is currently working as a Senior Lecturer at Great Lakes Institute of Management, Chennai.  Prior joining Great Lakes he was an Economist at Society of Integrated Coastal Management (SICOM) under Ministry of Environment and Forests, New Delhi.  He also worked as a post-doctoral researcher at National Central University, TAIWAN and Research Assistant Professor at North-West University, Potchefstroom Campus, SOUTH AFRICA.

His primary research focusses on productivity and efficiency, FDI and trade reforms in manufacturing sector.  He also has good teaching experience at university level and handled subjects like Micro/Macro Economics, Econometrics and Industrial Economics.

04/2017 – Senior Lecturer at Great Lakes Institute of Management, Chennai.

11/2015-3/2017 – Lecturer at Great Lakes Institute of Management, Chennai.

07/2012-06/2015 – Economist at Society of Integrated Coastal Management, MoEF, New Delhi.

09/2011-06/2012 – Research Assistant Professor, School of Economics, North-West University, Potchefstroom Campus, South Africa.

08/2010-07/2011 – Guest Faculty (Economics) at Imayam IAS Academy, Coimbatore.

10/2007-07/2010 – Post-doctoral Researcher, Graduate Institute of Industrial Economics, National Central University, Taiwan.

Total years of experience = 11 years.

Book chapter(s)

  • V.Pradeep, Anup K. Bhandari, Mita Bhattacharya, Jong-Rong Chen and Chih-Hai Yang (2014) “Productivity, Technical Progress and Scale Efficiency in Indian Manufacturing:  New Evidence using a non-parametric approach”, Edited by Vinish Kathuria, Rajesh Raj S.N. and Kunal Sen, “Productivity in Indian Manufacturing:  Measurement, Methods and Analysis”, Routledge.
  • S.Sankaranarayanan and V.Pradeep (2007), “TRIPS – Impact and Implications for India with reference to Indian Pharmaceutical Industry”, Edited by A.K.Thakur and N.Sharma, WTO and India, Deep and Deep Publications, New Delhi.   P.543-566.
  • V.Anbumani and V.Pradeep (2005), “World Bank and Poverty Alleviation”, Edited by Dr.S.N.Misra, Poverty and its Alleviation, Deep and Deep Publications, New Delhi. P.311-318.

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

  • V.Pradeep, Mita Bhattacharya and Jong-Rong Chen (2017), Spillover Effects of Research and Development, Exports and Foreign Investment on Productivity:  Empirical Evidence from Indian Manufacturing, Journal of South Asian Development, Vol.12 (1), pp.18-41.
  • T.Sampathkumar and V.Pradeep (2017), Economic Reforms and Employment Growth in India:  An Empirical Analysis, Arthshastra: Indian Journal of Economics and Research, Vol.6 (1), pp.35-45.
  • T.Sampathkumar and V.Pradeep (2016), Estimating Total  Factor Productivity and its components – Evidence from Manufacturing Sector of Tamilnadu, INDIA, Indian Journal of Applied Research, Vol.6(8), pp.39-44.
  • Ewert Kleynhans and Valarmathi Pradeep (2013) “Productivity, Technical Progress and Scale Efficiency in Indian Manufacturing: Post Reform Performance” Journal of Economic and Financial Sciences, Vol.6 (2), pp.479-494.
  • Valarmathi Pradeep and Jong-Rong Chen (2012), “Measuring Productivity Growth, Efficiency Change and Technical Progress in Small Scale Firms in India during Pre and Post Reform Periods”, The Journal of Economic Policy Reform, Vol.15 (2), pp.153-169.

Editorial-Reviewed Journal Articles

  • V.Anbumani and V.Pradeep (2006), “Total Factor Productivity Indices of Indian Food Processing Industries during Pre and Post Liberalisation Period”, Organisational Management, Vol.22 (3), pp.57-67.
  • V.Anbumani, V.Pradeep and G.Prabu (2006), “A Study of Growth in Indian Machinery and Machinery Tools Industry”, Organisational Management, Vol.22 (1), pp. 56-63.
  • V.Anbumani and V.Pradeep (2006), “Impact of Policy Shift on the Growth of Small Scale Transport Equipments Manufacturing Industry”, Organisational Management, Vol.21 (4), pp. 34-43.
  • V.Anbumani and V.Pradeep, (2006) “Impact of Policy Shift on Production Function and Technical Efficiency in Small Scale Transport Equipments Manufacturing Industry”, Organisational Management, Vol.22 (4), pp: 48.
  • V.Anbumani and V.Pradeep, (2005) “An Econometric Estimation of Cost Functions in Small Scale Industries”, Organisational Management, Vol.XXI, No.3, pp: 42-49.
  • V.Anbumani, V.Pradeep and A.Arifa Begum, (2005) “Growth of Small Scale Basic Metal and Alloys Industry during Pre (1980-1990) and Post Liberalisation Period (1991- 2004)”, Organisational Management, Vol.XXI, No.2, pp: 43-51.
  • V.Anbumani, V.Pradeep and A.Arifa Begum (2005), “An Econometric Estimation of Policy Shift on the Production Function in Small Scale Basic Metal and Alloys Industry”, Organisational Management, Vol.21 (1), pp. 62-72.
  • V.Anbumani and V.Pradeep, (2005) “Second Generation Economic Reforms in India: An Overview”, Organisational Management, Vol.XX, No.4, pp: 31-35.
  • V.Anbumani and V.Pradeep, (2004) “Oil Shock, Resurgent Inflation and Stock Market Boom: Cloudy Macro-Economic Picture”, Organisational Management, Vol.XX, No.3, pp: 40-48.
  • V.Anbumani, V.Muthulakshmi and V.Pradeep, (2004) “Partial Factor Productivity Indices in Small Basic Metal and Alloys Industry during Pre and Post Liberalisation Regime”, Organisational Management, Vol.XX, No.3, pp: 49-54.
  • V.Anbumani and V.Pradeep, (2004) “Emergence of UPA, Economic Scenario and Budget Moorings”, Organisational Management, Vol.XX, No.2, pp: 55-63&44.
  • V.Anbumani and V.Pradeep (2004) “Financial Structure of Small Scale Industries, Organisational Management, Vol.20 (2), pp.55-63.
  • V.Anbumani, J.Suresh Kumar, V.Pradeep, (2004) “Dynamics of Partial Factor Productivity Indices in Small Electrical Machinery Industry during Pre and Post Liberalisation regime”, Organisational Management, Vol.XX, No.1, pp: 41-46.
  • V.Anbumani and V.Pradeep, (2004) “Signs of Prosperity and Saga of Promises: Hope for the better”, Organisational Management, Vol.XX, No.1, pp: 51-57.
  • V.Anbumani and V.Pradeep (2004), “A Study of Factor Substitution in Small Scale Transport Equipments Manufacturing Industry during 1980-2001, Organisational Management, Vol.19 (4), pp. 44-47.
  • V.Anbumani and V.Pradeep, (2003) “Again the Feel Good Factor: Will it Sustain?”, Organisational Management, Vol.XIX, No.3, pp: 4-11.
  • V.Anbumani, V.Pradeep and S.Kasi, (2003) “Economic Efficiency Parameters in Small Metal Products Industry during Pre and Post Liberalisation Period”, Organisational Management, Vol.XIX, No.2, pp: 44-49.
  • V.Anbumani and V.Pradeep (2003), “Economic Reforms and Factory Sector”, Organisational Management, Vol.18 (4), pp. 33-38.
  • V.Anbumani, V.Pradeep and S.Ganesan (2002), “Total Factor Productivity in Small Electrical Machinery Industry”, Organisational Management, Vol.18 (3), pp. 47-51.

Competitive research awards received

University Grants Commission Major Research Project fellowship (2002-2004) to pursue PhD.

Academic conference

  • 17-19 August 2006: Asia-Pacific Productivity Conference (APPC), Seoul National University, South Korea.  Paper: Impact of Economic Reforms on the Growth and Total Factor Productivity of Small Scale Engineering Industries: A Study of Coimbatore District, INDIA. (with M.Saravanakumar and V.Anbumani).  Not able to attend the conference, but the abstract was included in the conference proceedings.
  • 17-19 July 2008: Asia-Pacific Productivity Conference (APPC), Academia Sinica, Taiwan.  Paper: Productivity Spillovers from Foreign Direct Investment in Indian Manufacturing Firms (with J.R.Chen and Mita Bhattacharya).  Paper presented and the abstract was included in the conference proceedings.
  • V.Anbumani and V.Pradeep, “Impact of Policy Shift on Technology and Technical Change in Indian Machinery and Machine Tools Industry”, 43rd  Annual Conference of the Indian Econometric Society (TIES) held at Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai during January 5-7, 2007.
    Paper presented.  Full paper included in conference proceedings.
  • S.Sankaranarayanan and V.Pradeep, “Fertility and Family Planning Trends in India”, 89th Annual Conference of the Indian Economic Association, held at Kurukshetra University, Haryana during December 20-22, 2006.
  • V.Anbumani and V.Pradeep, “An Econometric Estimation of Cost Functions in Small Scale Industries”, 42nd Annual Conference of the Indian Econometric Society (TIES), Jan. 5-7, 2006 Gurunanak Dev University, Amritsar. P: 5.
  • S.Sankaranarayanan and V.Pradeep, “Trade Related Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS):  Impact and Implications for India with reference to Indian Pharmaceutical Industry”, 88th Annual Conference of the Indian Economic Association, Dec.27-29, 2005 Andhra University, Vishakapatnam. P: 312-319.
    Paper presented.  Full paper included in conference volume.
  • V.Anbumani and V.Pradeep, “Determinants of Profitability in Public Sector Banks, 41st Annual Conference of the Indian Econometric Society (TIES), Jan 20- 22, 2005, Jadavpur University, Kolkata. P: 58.
    Paper presented.  Abstract included in conference volume.
  • V.Anbumani and V.Pradeep, “Economic Thinkers of Vedic Period and Sangam Age: Kautilya and Thiruvalluvar”, 87th Annual Conference of the Indian Economic Association, Dec.21-23, 2004 Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi. P: 25-31.
    Paper presented.  Full paper included in conference volume.
  • V.Anbumani and V.Pradeep, “Econometric Estimation of Economies of Scale: Some Methodological Issues, 40th Annual Conference of the Indian Econometric Society (TIES), Feb 13-15, 2004, ISEC, Bangalore. P: 74.
    Paper presented.  Abstract included in conference volume.
  • V.Anbumani, V.Pradeep and U.Sreejith, “Data on SSI:  Inadequacies and Imponderables”, 40th Annual Conference of the Indian Econometric Society (TIES), Feb 13-15, 2004, ISEC, Bangalore. P: 20.
    Abstract included in conference volume.
  • V.Anbumani and V.Pradeep, “Role of World Bank in Alleviating Poverty, 86th Annual Conference of the Indian Economic Association, Dec.29-31, 2003, Shivaji University, Kolhapur. P: 785-789.
    Paper presented.  Full paper included in conference volume.
  • V.Anbumani and V.Pradeep, “Employment Generation Programmes in Rural Areas under Five Year Plans – A Critical Review”, National Seminar on Economic Reforms and Rural Labour Market, Oct. 30-31, 2003, Gandhigram Rural Institute – Deemed University, Dindigul, P: 20-21.

Reviewer for Journal

Regional Science Policy and Practice (Wiley)

Research papers under review

International activities, absorptive capacity and productivity: Evidence from Indian manufacturing firms.

Working papers

  • Benchmarking the efficiency of Indian Banking sector – a DEA approach.

Associations

  • IIT Stuart School of Business
  • Babson
  • Bauer
  • Universite De Bordeaux
  • Hkust
  • UMKC
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