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Prof. Shyam Gouri Suresh

Prof. Shyam Gouri Suresh

Ph.D. in Economics from The University of Texas, Austin; M.S in Economics from The University of Texas, Austin; B.S. from Trinity College, Hartford Connecticut.


BIO

Prof. Shyam Gouri Suresh is Associate Professor - Economics and he received his Doctorate degrees in Economics from The University of Texas at Austin. He holds a M S degree in Economics from The University of Texas at Austin. He has completed B S from Trinity College, Hartford CT.


Prof. Shyam Gouri Suresh has over twelve years of experience in industry and academia and was associated with Davidson College, Trinity College, Hartford CT, Deloitte Tax LLP, Boston and Thinkwell Corporation, Austin TX.


He has a broad research agenda – his publications have covered a wide range of topics that include macroeconomics methodology (Cambridge Journal of Economics, Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, Journal of Post Keynesian Economics), partisan opinion dynamics (Eastern Economic Journal), empirical open economy macroeconomics (Open Economies Review), the effect of home charges on terms of trade in colonial India (Indian Economic Journal), an examination of the effect of income segregation on food access in the United States (American Journal of Preventive Medicine), and game theoretic foundations of ethical reasoning (Economics and Philosophy). His ongoing projects include an analysis of poverty traps in developing countries (forthcoming in Journal of Economic Interaction and Coordination), an exploration of ethical autonomy in game theory (under review), a study of Cantillon effects modelled through networks (work-in-progress), and a book project (work-in-progress) based on the co-evolution of economic policy, economic thought, and economic outcomes related to inequality and efficiency in the United States.


RESEARCH & PUBLICATIONS

JOURNAL ARTICLES


AY 2021-2022



AY 2020-2021



AY 2016-2017




    • Gouri Suresh, S., & Jeffrey, S. (2017). The Consequences of Social Pressures on Partisan Opinion Dynamics. Eastern Economic Journal, 43(2), 242–259. https://doi.org/10.1057/eej.2016.6

    • Setterfield, M., & Gouri Suresh, S. (2016). Multi-agent systems as a tool for analyzing path-dependent macrodynamics. Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, 38, 25–37. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.strueco.2016.03.001



AY 2015-2016



AY 2014-2015




    • Breuer, J. B., Kumar, V., & Gouri Suresh, S. (2015). Inter-Temporal Purchasing Power Parity. Open Economies Review, 26(5), 869–891. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11079-014-9338-4

    • Gouri Suresh, S., & Setterfield, M. (2015). Firm performance, macroeconomic conditions, and “animal spirits” in a Post Keynesian model of aggregate fluctuations. Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 38(1), 38–63. https://doi.org/10.1080/01603477.2015.1065676

    • Setterfield, M., & Gouri Suresh, S. (2014). Aggregate structural macroeconomic analysis: A reconsideration and defence. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 38(4), 797–815. https://doi.org/10.1093/cje/bet071



AY 2001-2002




    • Robinson, A. A., Gouri Suresh, S., Aloi, D. J., Fortin, D. A., Blaise, J. H., & Bronzino, J. D. (2002). A GUI software suite for data acquisition and analysis of evoked field potentials: Applications in biomedical and electrophysiological research. Proceedings of the IEEE 28th Annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference (IEEE Cat. No.02CH37342), 123–124. https://doi.org/10.1109/NEBC.2002.999496



BOOK CHAPTERS




    • Gouri Suresh, S. (2018). Rational versus Adaptive Expectations in an Agent-Based Model of a Barter Economy. In S.-H. Chen, Y.-F. Kao, R. Venkatachalam, & Y.-R. Du (Eds.), Complex Systems Modeling and Simulation in Economics and Finance (pp. 141–160). Springer International Publishing. //www.springer.com/us/book/9783319996226



 


CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS


AY 2020-2021



  • “Exploring Cantillon Effects with a Network Model of Bilateral Exchange.” Co-authored with Christopher Amoroso. Eastern Economic Association, Boston, February 2021.


AY 2017-2018



  • “The Impact of Income Segregation on Food Access.” Co-authored with Stephanie Schauder. Eastern Economic Association, Boston, March 2018.


AY 2016-2017



  • “Poverty Traps across Levels of Aggregation.” Co-authored with Dylan Fitz. Eastern Economic Association, New York, February 2017.


AY 2015-2016



  • “Optimal Firm Location, Income Segregation, and Food Deserts.” Co-authored with Stephanie Schauder. Eastern Economic Association, Washington D.C., February 2016.


AY 2014-2015



  • “A Heterogeneous Agent-Based Implementation of Business Cycles in a Barter Economy.” Society for Computational Economics – Computing in Economics and Finance, Taipei, Taiwan, June 2015.

  • “A Heterogeneous Agent-Based Implementation of Business Cycles in a Barter Economy.” Workshop on Economic Science with Heterogeneous Interacting Agents (WEHIA), Sophia-Antipolis, France, May 2015.

  • “The Macroeconomic Impact of International Migration.” Eastern Economic Association, Boston, February 2015.


AY 2013-2014



  • “An Agent-Based Model of Partisan Opinion Formation.” Co-authored with Scott Jeffrey (Davidson College alum). Eastern Economic Association, Boston, March 2014.

  • “The Macroeconomic Impact of Migration: An Agent-Based Approach.” Eastern Economic Association, Boston, March 2014.


AY 2013-2014



  • “International Migration and Remittances – An Agent-Based Approach,” Eastern Economic Association, New York, May 2013.


AY 2010-2011



  • “The Macroeconomic Impact of Migrant Remittances,” Midwest Economic Association Conference, St. Louis, March 2011.


AY 2006-2007



  • “Money Trumps Quality: The Effect of Campaign Spending in Congressional Elections, 2002 and 2004,” Coauthored with Eunjung Choi, Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Philadelphia, September 2006.