Saptorshee Chakraborty

Saptorshee Chakraborty
Ecole d'économie de Paris · Department of Economics

PhD Economics

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August 2019 - March 2020
Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
Position
  • Research Assistant
Description
  • Business Process Re-engineering Programme and implementation of Innovative activities for the administrative set-up of the Department of Health & Family Welfare, Government of West Bengal.
October 2012 - November 2015
Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
Position
  • Research Associate
April 2012 - September 2012
IDSK - Institute of Development Studies Kolkata
Position
  • Research Assistant- Field Supervisor,
Description
  • Research factors impacting non-agricultural growth in India (selected states). Project jointly coordinated by IDSK (Institute of Development Studies Kolkata) and Institute of Applied Manpower Research (Planning Commission, Government of India).
Education
November 2015 - March 2019
University of Ferrara
Field of study
  • Economics and management of innovation and sustainability - EMIS

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Publications (30)
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Municipal solid waste prevention represents a topical point in circular economy policies within the European Union. It is therefore paramount to assess its state of decoupling from economic activity. There is weak evidence from empirical research that Italy managed to achieve this structural change locally. Decoupling is not arising homogenously in...
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Theories of the association between environmental degradation and economic growth are not new and are very important under current global conditions to understand and tackle challenges like decarbonisation and the circular economy among others. Countries must balance growth with environmental degradation, and in the extensive literature that deals...
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Carbon taxation has been suggested among the market based policies to tackle climate change since the early 90’s, often associated to ecological tax reforms rationales. Before the advent of emission trading in the EU, some countries introduced forms of carbon taxation, which is still used to deal with non EU ETS sectors. Due to this historical evol...
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We explore the green knowledge production function and human capital spillovers in the OECD region using a latent group structure. The number of groups and the group membership are both unknown, we determine these unknowns using a penalized regression technique in the presence of cross-sectional dependence in error terms and nonstationarity. We fin...
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Over the years the OECD group along with countries of the European Union have focused a lot of attention on green innovation and ways to deal with climate change. But quiet a lot of heterogeneity exists in such, since innovation is not easily observable it is difficult to disentangle green knowledge formation from ordinary knowledge. Our novelty is...
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Over the recent years, there has been evidence of a decline in energy intensity worldwide. Most of this decline was industry or sector specific. The main aim of the quantitative analysis is to enhance the understanding of how green energy innovative activities are entangled with energy intensity in the OECD through models that take into account het...
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This paper investigates the long-run relationship between renewable electricity consumption and economic growth in some selected countries over the period 1971-2015 using the cross-sectionally augmented distributed lag (CS-DL) approach of Chudik et al. (2013) as well as CS-ARDL (Chudik and Pesaran, 2015) and traditional standard panel ARDL method f...
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The theory of association of environmental degradation and economic growth is not newand a very important one in current global scenario. Countries need to adjust between growth and environmental degradation, the volume of literature which deals such association is huge and mainly referred as Environmental Kuznet Curve (EKC) literature has been use...
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Over the recent years, there has been evidence of a decline in energy intensity worldwide. Most of this decline was industry or sector specific. The main aim of the quantitative analysis is to enhance the understanding of how green energy innovative activities are entangled with energy intensity in the OECD through models that take into account het...
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In recent years, there has been an increase in awareness of trans-boundary pollution that placesenvironmental assets at risk both globally and regionally. Globally, manmade pollutants have degraded thestratospheric ozone shield, the oceans, the atmosphere and the biodiversity of the planet. Regionally, thesepollutants have harmed aquifers, rivers,...
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The theory of capital market liberalization is based on two central assumptions- convex technologies and concave preference functions faced by agents. Standard models employed by the economists of the International Monetary Fund (which we simply call the Fund) justifiably reveal that more the financial market is globally integrated, the better are...

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Question
I have a data of 5 variables (x1, x2, x3, x4, x5) for 24 countries of 28 years. (N = 24, T = 28, d = 5) in panel format. I want to arrange X = (x_{11}, ..., x_{1T}, ..., x_{N1}, ..., x_{NT})', so that the X becomes of 24*28*5 dimensional matrix
How do I proceed in MATLAB.
Thank you

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Projects (5)
Project
The goal of this project is to understand the Indian economic scenario at the regional level (states) in the purview of climate change.
Project
Understand carbon threshold level effects for World
Project
Understand carbon threshold level effects at NUTS-2 level