Ph.D. (Australian National University); M.Phil.(University of Delhi)
Dony Alex is an Assistant Professor, Jindal School of Liberal Arts and Humanities. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from Australian National University.
Before joining JGU, he was an Assistant Professor at the economics department at Shiv Nadar University. He has also worked for many years before his Ph.D at leading Think Tanks and research organisations such as ICRIER and Institute of Economic Growth at New Delhi.
Dony’s main research areas of interest are in applied macroeconomics, monetary economics and applied time-series econometrics.
“Threshold Level of Inflation for India”, Asian Profile, Volume 38 No.5, Canada ,2010 (jointly with N.R Bhanumurthy).
“Stock Prices, Micro Reasons and Macro Economy in India: What do the Data Say between 1997-2007?” with A. Kanakaraj , Karan Singh , SSRN Working paper
“The State of the Indian Economy 2009-10” with Mathew Joseph et al, ICRIERWorking Paper No. 241, October 2009, ICRIER New Delhi.
“Indian Economic Outlook 2008-09 and 2009-10” with Rajiv Kumar et al, ICRIER Working Paper No. 234, March 2009, ICRIER New Delhi.
“Deal Time at Toronto G-20 Summit” Economic Times, 26th June 2010.
“Predicting Inflation Patterns” co-authored with A. Soumya, Business Line, 14th May 2010.
“US-China tradeoff most dominant dilemma for the world today” Financial Express, April 3rd 2010.
“Be cautious about the quality of the capital flowing in” Economic Times. 13th October 2010.
“What about Threshold Inflation?” Business Standard, 6th March 2007.