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Dr. Sudip Patra

Associate Professor

B.Sc. (Calcutta University);
M.B.A. (International Business & Management);
M.Sc.(Coventry University, UK);
Ph.D. (Glasgow University)

Associate Fellow, HEA, UK

Dr Sudip Patra is working as Associate Professor at JSGP, and is a founding member of CEASP (complexity economics, applied spirituality and public policy research center). Sudip has earned his PhD in mathematical modelling in Finance from University of Glasgow, Scotland, with a prior Physics background. His research works are in emerging fields of quantum-like modelling, complexity economics and quantum foundations. Sudip has been invited or visitor in different prestigious institutes, for example IIT Bombay, Aston University, UK, Chengmai University, Thailand. Sudip is collaborating with pioneering Scientists (Menas Kafatos, Stuart Kauffman or Partha Ghose) in above mentioned research fields. At JSGP Sudip is also associated with the Policy Lab.

Sudip has also done associate fellowship in higher education, UK, and his teaching responsibilities are in the areas of complexity economics, behavioral economics, Indian economic analysis, provided across bachelors, masters and graduate levels.

More of his research news can be found at Sudip Patra (researchgate.net).

  • Econophysics and quantum like modelling in economic theory.
  • Mathematical Modelling in economics, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Game theory, Behavioral Economics.
  • Khrennikova, P., Patra, S.: Asset trading under non-classical ambiguity and heterogeneous beliefs. Physica A 521, 562–577 (2019) (SCOPUS INDEXED, ABDC, ABS)
  • Patra, S. 2019. Agents’ Behavior in Crisis: Can Quantum Decision Modeling Be a Better Answer?, The Globalization Conundrum—Dark Clouds behind the Silver Lining: 137-156: Springer (BOOK CHAPTER)
  • Patra, S. 2019, A Quantum framework for economic science: new directions, Economics, No. 2019-20 (SCOPUS INDEXED)
  • Patra, S., & Dastidar, S. G. (2018). Finance and growth: Evidence from South Asia. Jindal Journal of Business Research, 7(1) 37–60
  • YOUSEF I., PATRA S., TANNA S., 2016, Signaling and Lifecycle Theories in the Banking Sectors of GCC Frontier Markets: An Empirical Assessment, Handbook of Frontier Markets (pp. 49-63).