Dr. Achintya RayAssociate Professor of EconomicsHighest Education: Ph.D.
Department of Economics & Finance
, College of Business, Tennessee State University
J-401, AWC, 330 10th Avenue N., Nashville, TN, 37203, U.S.A.Email
: http://www.aray.ccMy Google Scholar Webpage
(Economics, 2004), M.A.
(Economics, 2003), Vanderbilt University, U.S.A.Professional Memberships:
American Economic Association (AEA
), American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS
- Tennessee State University, Nashville, TN, U.S.A.: Associate Professor (Economics), 2010-Present; Assistant Professor (Economics), 2004-2010.
- Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, U.S.A.: Senior Research Associate (Health Outcomes Research, VUMC), 2003-2004; Graduate Research Assistant (Health Disparities, VIPPS), 2001-2003; Graduate Teaching Assistant (Dept. of Economics), 1999-2001.
Refereed Conference Papers
- "Entry, Profit and Welfare Under Asymmetric R&D Costs" (With A. Mukherjee), (2013), Accepted for publication and forthcoming, The Manchester School.
- "Prevalence Rates and Racial disparities in undiagnosed pre-diabetes in the US population: Evidence from the National Health and Nutrition Examination survey of 2007-08", (2011), Economics Bulletin, Vol. 31, No. 4, pp. 3240-3252.
- "Unsuccessful patent application and cooperative R&D" (With A. Mukherjee), (2009), Journal of Economics, Vol. 97, pp. 251-263.
- "Strategic Outsourcing and R&D in a Vertical Structure" (With A. Mukherjee), (2007), The Manchester School, Vol. 75, No. 3, pp. 297-310.
- "City-Size and Health Outcomes: Lessons from the USA" (With S. N. Ghosh), (2007), Economics Bulletin, Vol. 9, No. 5, pp. 1-7.
- "Are Racial Disparities in Diabetes in the USA Driven by Education Distribution?", (2007), Economics Bulletin, Vol. 9 No. 2, pp. 1-18.
- "Patents, Imitation and Welfare" (With A. Mukherjee), (2007), Economics of Innovation and New Technology, Vol. 16, No. 3, pp. 227-236.
- "A Class of Decomposable Poverty Measures With Public Transfers", (2006), Economics Bulletin, November, Vol. 9 No. 3 pp. 1-8.
- "The Welfare Implications of Product Patent: A Simple Model" (With A. Mukherjee), (2006), Journal of Financial Transformation, August, Vol. 17, pp: 36-38.
Articles Published in Popular Press
- "Income Inequality and Self Rated Health in the United States: Does Education or Race Explain the Link?", (With J. E. Foster), (2006), Conference on "Advancing Health Equity", World Institute of Development Economics Research, United Nations University, Helsinki, Finland.
- "Arthritis, Heart Attack and Both Diseases Concurrently Occur Substantially More Frequently in Individuals with Low Levels of Formal Education than in the General U.S. Population", (With T. Pincus and T. Sokka), (2004), Annual European Congress of Rheumatology, Berlin, Germany. (Abstract Identifier: SAT0383)
- "Power From the Sun: The Cost-Benefit Paradigm Of `Green Electricity'" (2013), The Statesman, April 08.
- "Run it on Diesel: The Economics of Road Transportation" (2013), The Statesman, March 04.
- "The Plummeting Rupee: A Psychological Vote Of Confidence In The Dollar" (2012), The Statesman, May 22.
- "Analyzing Guilts: Need For a Strong Human Rights Movement" (2011), The Statesman, December 21.
- "The Idea of Democracy: Only An Autocrat Would Dismiss It As `Western'" (2011), The Statesman, July 06.
- "Fairy-tale India: The Eradication Of Hunger, Starvation, And Malnutrition" (2011), The Statesman, June 23.
- "Great Federal Gamble: America's Gift to the Largest Trading Partners?" (2010), The Statesman, December 13.
- "Garbage Vat Syndrome: Turning the Spotlight Inwards" (2010), The Statesman, November 11.
- "The Medical Mart: Patient as a Consumer in a Corporate Ambience - II" (2010), The Statesman, August 23.
- "The Medical Mart: Patient as a Consumer in a Corporate Ambience - I" (2010), The Statesman, August 22.
- "Rhetorical Discord: Coping with the Current Economic Crisis" (2010), The Statesman, July 12.
- "Negotiated Prices Aren't The Only Way to Save Folks Money", (2006), The Tennessean, November 26.
- Graduate: Information Systems and Statistics, Advanced Topics in Healthcare Economics & Management, Economics of Healthcare Organization, Regulation, and Legal Issues, Introduction to Health Economics and Management
- Undergraduate: Basic Econometrics, Quantitative Methods (Mathematical Economics), Principles of Economics: Microeconomics, Principles of Economics: Macroeconomics, Statistical Analysis I, Statistical Analysis II, Intermediate Microeconomics, Urban Economics, Urban Land Resource Analysis