Barnali Nag

Title : Assistant Professor
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Contact No : +91-3222-283884


  • "Does Socio-Economic Development Impact Energy Consumption? A Causality Test for India,” by Soumen Rej and Barnali Nag, The Journal of Energy and Development, volume 44, number 1 (autumn 2019), pp. 139–155.

  • "A hybrid approach for quantifying supply chain risk and prioritizing the risk drivers: A case of Indian petroleum supply chain" by Pradeep Tarei, Jitesh Thakkar and Barnali Nag in Journal of Manufacturing Technology Management 29 (3), 533-569(2018).

  • "Estimation of Carbon Baselines for Power Generation in India: The supply side approach," by Barnali Nag in Energy Policy, 2006, Vol. 34(12), 1399-1410 (Elsevier Science)(2006).

  • "Carbon emission coefficient of power consumption in India: Baseline determination from the demand side" by Barnali Nag and J. Parikh in Energy Policy, 2005, Vol. 33(6), 777 –786; (Elsevier Science)(2005).

  • " Issues Related to India’s Energy Trading with Central Asian Countries, RIS-DP # 69/2004, Research and Information System for the Non-Aligned and Other Developing Countries (RIS)" by Barnali Nag in (2004).

  • "The Structure and Dynamics of Passenger Transport Demand in Indian Railways" by M Kulshreshtha and Barnali Nag in Transportation, 2001, Vol. 27(2), 221-241; (Kluwer Academic Publishers)(2001).

  • "A Multivariate Cointegrating Vector Auto Regressive Model of Freight Transport Demand: Evidence from Indian Railways" by M. Kulshreshtha and Barnali Nag, in Transportation Research: Part A (Policy and Practice), 2001, Vol. 35A(1), 29-46; (Elsevier Science)(2001).

  • "Indicators of Carbon Emission Intensity from Commercial Energy Use in India" by Barnali Nag and J. Parikh in Energy Economics, 2000, Vol. 22(4) 441-462; (Elsevier Science)(2000).

  • "Some Methodological Comments on ‘Public investment and private capital formation in a vector error-correction model of growth’ by K.H. Ghali" by M. Kulshreshtha and Barnali Nag, in Applied Economics Letters, 2000, Vol. 7, 581-583; (Elsevier Science)(2000).

  • "Carbon Emission Intensity of Power Consumption in India: A detailed study of its indicators" by M. Kulshreshtha and Barnali Nag, in Energy Sources, 2000, Volume 22, Issue 2 February 157-166; (Taylor and Francis)(2000).

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