Faculty Biography

Shital Sharma, Ph.D.

Visiting Assistant Professor, Economics/Statistics
PhD, Clark University

Shital Sharma has a Ph.D. in Economics with an expertise in using applied econometric methods to measure efficiency and productivity. His main research interests are Environmental Economics and Productivity and Efficiency Analysis. In addition to working as a graduate researcher in the U.S. Census – Boston Research Data Center, he previously taught Economics for 4 years and was a program officer for Management Association of Nepal. He has an undergraduate degree in Business Administration and Management.

Research Interests

Efficiency and Productivity Analysis using DEA and SFA, Environmental Economics

Teaching Courses

Quantitative Methods for Managers
Statistical Methods
Management Decision Models

Working Papers and Work in Progress

“Environmental Regulation, Pollution Abatement, and Productivity: A Frontier Analysis”
“Environmental Regulations and Productivity Growth: A DEA Approach”
“Measuring the Market Value of a Patent” (with Debarshi Nandy and William Kerr)