Dr Mukherjee is an assistant professor of finance (full-time faculty) at the Southampton Business School (UK). He is also an adjunct faculty of Amity University India.
He is an affiliated member of the Centre for Empirical Research in Finance and Banking (CERFIB) and serves as the module leader for the two Postgraduate courses: Advanced Time Series Modelling and Quantitative Research in Finance.
Dr Mukherjee's present research deals with decision analysis under uncertainty, international finance, supply-chain and operational risk management, and international trade of goods & services.
- International Economics
- Industrial Organisation
- Applied Microeconomics
- Decision analysis under risk & uncertainty
Dr Mukherjee's present research primarily applies microeconomic theory and micro-econometric tools not only to economics but also to the domains of finance, supply-chain risk management and other subfields within operations research and management science. In particular, he deploys decision analysis under uncertainty within the international economics/industrial organisation (production/import sourcing and export decisions under multiple sources of uncertainty), supply-chain risk management, financial investment (and hedging) decisions under uncertainty (e.g., how much to invest optimally in a risk-free bond vis-à-vis how many units of cryptocurrency can be held by the speculators speculating on the future value of the cryptocurrencies under uncertain future income) and tourism risk management decisions.
Dr Mukherjee's present teaching in SBS is primarily in the field of applied econometric and quantitative modelling in the domain of finance. In particular, he is responsible for the following modules in the capacity of module leader and lecturer:
Quantitative Research in Finance (PGT), Southampton Business School: 2021-.
Advanced Time Series Models (PGT), Southampton Business School: February 2021 -.
External roles and responsibilities
- Ph.D. International Economics, University of Nottingham (UK), 2012 – 2016, with distinction in compulsory PhD coursework on Economics (74.5% marks).
- Recognised as Fellow by the Advance HE (FHEA), UK.
- M.Sc. (Master of Science) in Economics, University of Calcutta, 2009 – 2011: ranked second with distinction from the university, obtaining 75.5% marks.
- B.Sc. (Hons) in Economics, University of Calcutta, 2006 – 2009: 64.5% marks;
- Higher Secondary (10+2) Examination: 84.9% marks;
- Secondary (10-level) Examination: 89.13% marks (topper from the school).
GRANTS & AWARDS
- 07th August 2019: International Economic Research Annual (IERA) Award 2018 by the Export-Import (EXIM) Bank of India.
- 09/2012 – 09/2015: Economic & Social Research Council (UK) Doctoral Scholarship (+3): for maintenance.
- 09/2012 – 05/2016: Vice-Chancellor’s Research Excellence Award (University of Nottingham): for fees.
- January 2012: “AACUED – TECHNO INDIA ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE” Award for the excellent result in M.Sc. Economics from the University of Calcutta.
Quantitative Research in Finance (lecturer & module leader, PGT), Southampton Business School: 2021-.
Quantitative Finance (lecturer & co-contributor, PGT), Southampton Business School: 2020-2021.
Stock Market Analysis (leading the Seminars & Tutorials Sessions, PGT), Southampton Business School: September - November 2020.
Corporate Finance (for UG programme), Amity University: Noida, India (2021-).
Advanced Time Series Models (lecturer & module leader, PGT), Southampton Business School: February 2021 -.
International Finance (elective) for the PGT & FPM (PGR/Doctoral) courses, IIM Kozhikode, 2017-18 to 2019.
Game Theory (elective) for the PGT & FPM courses, IIM Kozhikode; 2016-17.
Microeconomics, PGT course in IIM Kozhikode, June 2017-2019.
Applied Econometric Analysis (PGT), IIT Kharagpur, July 2019 - January 2020.
Advanced Economic Theory (PGT), IIT Kharagpur, July 2019 - January 2020.
- International Economic Research Annual (IERA) 2018 (2019)