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Niloufer Sohrabji

Niloufer Sohrabji

Niloufer Sohrabji

Niloufer Sohrabji
Associate Professor of Economics
MCB E-203G

Office Hours:

Tues & Thurs 11:15am-12:15pm and by appt.

Niloufer Sohrabji, Associate Professor of Economics, specializes in financial instability issues in emerging markets and developing countries due to globalization. Professor Sohrabji is a graduate in Economics from St. Xavier's College, Bombay, India and received her Ph.D. in Economics from Boston College.

Professor Sohrabji has published various articles on exchange rate misalignment and current account sustainability in India. She has also published several co-authored articles on trade, current account and exchange rate issues related to Turkey and countries in sub-Saharan Africa. Professor Sohrabji's work has been published in Empirical Economics, Panoeconomicus, Indian Journal of Economics and Business, African Finance Journal among others.

Professor Sohrabji teaches international economics courses including Comparative Economies of East Asia, International Trade and International Monetary Systems. In addition, she teaches Econometrics, where students learn empirical tools used in economic research and apply them in their independently designed research projects.

Professor Sohrabji is a member of the International Relations, East Asian Studies and Honors programs. She has served on Curriculum Committee and is currently a member of the Administrative Board, Assessment Committee and Honorary Degrees Committee.

Professor Sohrabji enjoys reading and is a sudoku addict!

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Ph.D. in Economics
Boston College

B.A. in Economics
St. Xavier's College