Suchandra Basu

Alger Hall (ALG) 213
(401) 456-9518
(401) 456-8036

Academic Background

MA, Ph.D. in Economics, Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts
B.Sc. in Economics, Lady Brabourne College, University of Calcutta, India


Environmental and Energy Regulation, Political Economy, Public Economics, Economics Pedagogy, Applied Econometrics.

Courses Taught

Econ 462: Seminar in Economic Research
Econ 449: Introduction to Econometrics
Econ 437: Environmental Economics
Econ 433: Economics of the Government
Econ 215: Principles of Macroeconomics
Econ 214: Principles of Microeconomics
Econ 200: Introduction to Economics

Semester Schedule

Fall 2014 Courses

Econ 215: Principles of Macroeconomics, (Sections 2 & 4)
Econ 449: Introduction to Econometrics
(Please see course Blackboard pages for specific details on each course)


“Does Activism Matter?:The Case of Environmental Policy in the U.S. States” (with Nirupama Devaraj), forthcoming in the International Journal of Social Economics, Vol. 41, Issue 11, 2014

“Spatial Relationships between Race, Poverty, and Environmental Quality in Northwest Indiana” (co-authored with Nirupama Devaraj and Bharath GaneshBabu), Journal of the Indiana Academy of Social Sciences, Vol. XIII, 2009

Page last updated: September 16, 2014