Faculty - TERI University

Faculty

Montu Bose
Assistant Professor,
Department of Business and Sustainability
montu.bose@terisas.ac.in

Dr. Montu Bose is a trained Economist with a PhD from University of Calcutta. His expertise includes Business Economics, Business Statistics, Econometrics and Health Economics. He teaches core courses in Economics and Quantitative Analysis for Management.

He has more than two years of teaching and eight years of research experience. Before joining TERI School of Advanced Studies, he has also served at University of Calcutta, University of Delhi, Jadavpur University and Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI).

Dr. Bose has published many papers in national and international journals and books. He has also presented papers in many national and international conferences, seminars and symposia. He was the first Indian recipient of the prestigious GNHE (Global Network for Health Equity) Fellowship, during 2013-14.

His research interest includes Sustainable Health Financing, Public Sector Management, Environmental Health, Sustainable Health Systems and Epidemiological Transition. Presently, Dr. Bose is working on Solid Waste Management and Problem of Health Financing in India with his research scholars. He has also qualified UGC NET and was the Departmental Research Support Project Fellow (DRS-I), Department of Economics, University of Calcutta.

 

 

 

Educational Qualifications
  •  Ph D, University of Calcutta, 2015

  •  M Phil, Rabindra Bharati University, 2011

  •  M A, Rabindra Bharati University, 2007


Honors and Awards
Global Network for Health Equity Fellowship, 2013-14.

University Grants Commission - NET, 2013.

Project Fellowship at the Department of Economics, University of Calcutta, 2009-2012 (UGC-DRS I Special Assistance programme).

Selected Publications
 Development, Globalization and It?s Impact on Health Status: A Study from Developing Countries Perspective
Bose M.
International Journal of Healthcare Sciences,
2018

 Inequity in Utilization of Health Care Facilities in Urban India: An Application of Marginal Benefit Incidence Analysis
Bose M.
International Journal of Health Sciences and Research,
2018

 Access to In-patient Healthcare in West Bengal: A Benefit Incidence Analysis
Bose M.
Population, Health and Environment, Eds. Unisa S. et. al., Rawat Publications,
2016

 Benefit Incidence of Institutional Delivery in India, 2004-2014: Improving Equity through the National Health Mission?
Srivastava S. Bose M. Karan A and Selvaraj S
BMJ Global Health, 1(Suppl 1),
2016

 Inequity in Hospitalization Care: A Study on Utilization of Healthcare Services in West Bengal, India
Bose M. and Dutta A.
International Journal of Health Policy and Management, Vol. 4(1), pp. 29-38,
2015

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