Niloy Bose

 (414) 229-6132
 Bolton Hall 882



PhD, Economics, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech)
MA, Economics, Virginia Tech
MA, Economics, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India
BA, Economics, Jadavpur University, Calcutta, India.

Research Interests

Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics, Economic Development and Growth Theory, Application of the Theory of Private Information.

Current Projects

“Endogenous Corruption in a model of Economic Growth” (with Keith Blackburn and Mohammad E. Haque)

“Composition Effects of Government Expenditure on Growth” (with Osborn D. and Mohammad E. Haque)

“The Evolution of Stock Market in Economic Development”

“Financial Development, Financing Choice, and Economic Growth” (with Keith Blackburn and Salvatore Capasso)

Selected Publications

Blackburn, K., Bose, N., & Capasso, S. (2012, June). Tax Evasion, the Underground Economy and Financial Development. Journal of Economic Business and Organization, 83(2), 243-253.
Bose, N., Holman, J., & Neannides, K. (2007). The Optimal Public Expenditure Financing Policy: Does the Level of Economic Development Matter. Economic Enquiry, 45(3), 433-452.
Blackburn, K., Bose, N., & Haque, M. (2006). The Incidence and the Persistence of Corruption in Economic Development. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 39(12), 2447-2467.
Bose, N. (2005). Endogenous Growth and the Emergence of Equity Finance. The Journal of Development Economics, 77(1), 173-188.
Bose, N., & Blackburn, K. (2003, February). Information, Imitation and Economic Growth. Journal of Development Economics, 70, 201-233.
Bose, N. (2002). Inflation, Credit Market and Economic Growth. Oxford Economic Papers, 54(3), 412-434.
Bose, N., & Cothren, R. (1997). Asymmetric Information and Loan Contracts in a Neo-Classical Growth Model. Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, 29(4), 423-39.
Bose, N., & Cothren, R. (1996). Equilibrium Loan Contracts and Endogenous Growth in the Presence of Asymmetric Information. Journal of Monetary Economics, 38(2), 363-376.