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Biography

Prof. Ardeshir Dalal

Missouri State University, USA

 

Email: ADalal@MissouriState.edu

 

Qualifications

 

1997  Ph.D., University of Iowa, USA

1976  M.A., University of Iowa, USA

1971  M.A., Delhi School of Economics, Delhi University, India

1969  B.A., St. Stephen's College, Delhi University, India

 

Publications (Selected)

  1. "Alpha Countries and International Economic Policy," Business & Economics Society International, Athens, Greece, July 15, 2010 (with E. Katz,)
  2. “Introduction to the Theory and Applications of Uncertainty,” Annals of Operations Research 179 (April 2010): 1-5 (with Moawia Alghalith).
  3. “The Choice Between Multiplicative and Additive Production Uncertainty,” Economic Modelling, 26 (2009): 1129-1133 (with Moawia Alghalith).
  4. “Production Decisions under Joint Price and Production Uncertainty,” European Journal of Operational Research, 197 (2009): 84-92 (with Moawia Alghalith).
  5. “The Market for Illegal Drugs: A Supply Side Analysis,” Northern Illinois University Economics Department, October 2007; Illinois Economic Association Meetings, Chicago, October 20, 2007.
  6. “Economic Measures for Improving Freight Reliability and Security in Northwest Indiana,” Indiana Academy of Social Sciences Meeting, October 2007 (with Amlan Mitra and Paul McGrath).
  7. “The Production Possibility Frontier as a Maximum Value Function: Concavity and Non-Increasing Returns to Scale,” Review of International Economics, 14 (November 2006): 958-967.
  8. “Immiserizing Growth for a Small, Tariff-Ridden Economy: The (Ir)relevance of Inferior Goods,” Economia Internazionale, 59 (August 2006): 285-293.
  9. “The Multi-Market Firm, Transportation Costs, and the Separation of the Output and Allocation Decisions,” Oxford Economic Papers, 55 (October 2003): 644-656 (with E. Katz).
  10. “Alpha Countries and International Economic Policy,” Northern Illinois University Economics Department, April 2005; Illinois State University Economics Department, November 2005 (with E. Katz).
  11. “Domestic and Foreign Sales When Prices in Both Markets are Uncertain,” Bulletin of Economic Research, 55 (April 2003): 125-148 (with S. Raju).
  12. "Strict Concavity with Homogeneity and Decreasing Returns to Scale," Atlantic Economic Journal, September 2000, pp. 381-382.