Amit Chatterjee teaches Economics at School of Economics, MIT-WPU. He is pursuing research program from Calcutta University in the field of economics for textile and rural development. Prior joining MIT-WPU, he has worked with corporate tycoons such as McGRaw Hill (formerly Tata), Network18, for more than 8 years. He has qualified SET of four states and cracked UGC-NET/JRF twice. He teaches microeconomics, macroeconomic, international trade, mathematical economics, statistics and econometrics.



    • Ph.D. (Economics) Ongoing

    • M.A. Economics

    • LL.B


Research paper

    • Research paper 1 : “Economic Impact of Indian Diasporas”, XXXIII Indian Social Science Congress, 2010

    • Research paper 2 :Role of ICT in Sustainable Agricultural Development- The Case of India, (under review by Emrald Insight)



    • Teaching experience : 2 Years 1 Month

    • Industry experience : 8 Year 2 Months

    • Research experience : 1 Years 5 Months, Overlapping with Teaching and Industrial experience


Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Mathematical Economics, Statistics, Econometrics and International Trade