Dr. Ghosh holds a BA (Honors) in Economics from the University of Delhi and a MA in Economics from the Delhi School of Economics. He obtained his PhD in Economics from Tippie College of Business at The University of Iowa, focusing on the role of cognitive learning in repeated games.
Dr. Ghosh’s current research focuses on the use of the methodology of experimental and behavioral economics to analyze the role of information in decison-making both in the context of markets and strategic environments. Specifically, his current research deals with issues of information dissemination and behavior in financial markets, impact of governance derermined information revelation on manager-investor interactions and the role of information disclosure and trust in manger-investor relationships. Another area of research he is involved in is investigating the role of social identity in group dynamics and behavior, especially through the methodology of field-based experiments.
Dr. Ghosh has published in journals like European Economic Review, Journal of Auditing, Accounting and Finance, Economic Letters, European Journal of Political Economy and others. He has presented his research through seminars in HKUST, UT Dallas, Indian Statistical Institute etc. and conferences like Game Theory World Congresses, Experimental Science Association meetings, Econometric Society meetings amongst others.
Prior to his current position he has taught in City University of HK and Colgate University, where he has taught economics courses in the Undergraduate, Masters and PhD programs ranging from Microeconomics Theory, Game Theory, Experimental Economics, Organization and Regulation, Mathematics for Economics, Global Economics Environment amongst others.
S. Chakravarty, Fonseca, M. A., GHOSH, S., & Marjit, S. (2016). Religious fragmentation, social identity and cooperation: Evidence from an artefactual field experiment in India. European Economic Review, 90, 265-279,
S. Chakravarty, Fonseca, M. A., Ghosh, S., & Marjit, S. (2016). Religious Fragmentation, Social Identity and Conflict: Evidence from an Artefactual Field Experiment in India. PLOS ONE, 11 (10)., doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0164708.