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Sreejata Banerjee Visiting Professor, Madras School of Economics, Chennai

Sreejata Banerjee began her teaching career from Stella Maris College after completing her PhD from the University of Madras. She taught at postgraduate level from 1993 in various colleges and institutes in Chennai. She taught economics and finance at the Edinburgh Business School of the Herriot-Watt University. She was a visiting faculty at Loyola Business School and Great Lakes Institute of Management, teaching macroeconomics, international finance and capital markets. Since 2000, she has been associated with Madras School of Economics (MSE) where she was the Union Bank Chair until 2013. She is a visiting professor at MSE where she teaches derivatives, financial economics and financial regulation. Currently, she teaches financial mathematics in the Master in Application of Mathematics programme at Chennai Mathematical Institute as an adjunct professor. Her research articles have been published in national and international journals, and she has contributed to edited volumes; she is also a reviewer for Taylor and Francis Publications, SAGE Publications, Oxford University Press and National Council of Applied Economic Research (NCAER) among others. She has also organized training programmes for bank managers, corporate executives and entrepreneurs. She is an adapted volume author of Managerial Economics: Economic Tools for Today’s Managers, 7th edition, which is forthcoming. She has presented research papers at several national and international conferences in India and abroad.