Jivan Biradar is an assistant professor of economics in the School of Commerce, MIT-WPU, with a teaching experience of more than 9 years. After completing his BA in Economics and Political Science, he did MA in economics from University of Pune with 2nd rank. After that he completed his M. Phil. in economics and he has completed Ph D. from Pune University in the field of Agricultural Finance by Commercial Banks in India. Prior joining MIT, he has worked with one of the leading research institute in India in economics i.e. Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics (GIPE), Pune, in Agro Economic Research Centre (AERC) where he worked on more than 6 research projects sponsored by NABARD and Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India etc. for more than 2 years. He has completed one minor research project on ‘E-banking: Challenges and Opportunities in Pune City’ sponsored by BCUD, Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune. To his credit he has several research papers published in reputed peer reviewed journals both at national and international level. He has published several articles in various newspapers and magazines. He teaches microeconomics, macroeconomics and business environment.
- Ph. D. Economics, University of Pune India 2018
- M.Phil Economics, University of Pune India 2012
- M.A Economics, University of Pune India 2007
- NET Economics, UGC, New Delhi India 2012
Areas of Research
Macroeconomics, Banking and Finance, Rural Development and Agricultural Economics
Economics, Banking and Finance