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Dr Supriya Garikipati PhD, Cambridge (UK)

Reader (Associate Professor) in Development Economics Economics

    Teaching

    Teaching Experience

    Supriya Garikipati has over 20 years of experience with teaching at various levels. She has also carried out teaching assignments externally.

    - Undergraduate Teaching Experience in the following modules (15 credits).
    • Intermediate and Advanced Microeconomics
    • Economics of Work and Pay
    • Experimental Economics
    • Economics of Developing Countries
    • Behavioural Economics

    - Postgraduate Teaching Experience in the following modules (15 credits).
    • A Module on Microfinance and Women’s Empowerment
    • Experimental Economics

    - External Teaching Assignments
    • Teaching 2 modules on the European Microfinance Programme (since 2017): Centre for European Research in Microfinance, Brussels, Belgium.
    • Government Economic Services (GES), UK Approved Tutor (since 2007).
    • Visiting Fellow, University of Hyderabad. Taught undergraduates and postgraduates classes (June to September 2010).

    PhD Supervisions

    (i) Antara Mandal (Women's Labour Market Participation in India) 2019 - 2022
    (ii) Elleanor Balchin (Investment Behaviour Among Lifestock Farmers in Kenya) 2018 - 2021
    (iii) Gökcen Yilmaz (The Impact of Government Spending on Economic Growth of Cities in Turkey) Awarded 2017
    (iv) Zelalem Gutu (Poultry, People and Poverty: The Role of Poultry in the Livelihood Strategies for Rural Ethiopia) Awarded 2016
    (v) Jennifer Lee (The Theory and Practice of Foraging Wild Foods in Britain) Awarded 2012
    (vi) Martha Phiri (Rural to Urban Migration in Malawi) Awarded 2007

    Modules for 2020-21

    BUSINESS FINANCE

    Module code: ECON304

    Role: Teaching

    HEALTH ECONOMICS

    Module code: ECON326

    Role: Module Co-ordinator

    ISSUES IN DEVELOPMENT FINANCE

    Module code: ACFI317

    Role: Teaching

    THE ECONOMICS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

    Module code: ECON306

    Role: Module Co-ordinator