Pujan Ghosh

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  • Qualifications:M.Sc. in Economics, B.Sc. in Economics
  • Position:Doctoral Researcher
  • Department:Faculty of Business and Law (FBL)
  • Telephone:+44117 965 6261
  • Email:Pujan.Ghosh@uwe.ac.uk

About me

Pujan Ghosh is a dedicated full-time Doctoral Researcher (PhD) at Bristol Business School, focusing on sustainable economic development. His research investigates the relationship between sustainable development and economic policies, aiming to provide evidence-based solutions for a more equitable future.

Pujan is the author of the book "Economic Insights: Poetic Musings on the Passionate Minds," published by Bookleaf Publishing in 2023. This unique book blends economics and poetry, offering readers a fresh perspective on complex economic concepts through captivating poetic expression. The verses explore the human side of economic theories, making it a fascinating read for both economics enthusiasts and poetry lovers. [Available at: https://ebooks.bookleafpub.com/product-page/economic-insights-poetic-musings-on-the-passionate-minds].

Pujan holds an M.Sc. in Economics with first-class distinction, as well as a B.Sc. Honours Degree in Economics with first-class honours. He was awarded Best Student in Research for his impactful work and performance during his B.Sc. studies from 2016 to 2019. 

In addition to his doctoral research, Pujan is set to serve as an Associate Lecturer at UWE Bristol, contributing to the academic development of future professionals.

His previous experience includes multifaceted research in sustainable economy and development, energy economics, and health economics, further enriching his expertise and commitment to the field. Through rigorous research, collaboration, and academic support, Pujan is dedicated to making meaningful contributions to the field of sustainable economy.

Area of expertise

Sustainable Economic Development; Environmental and Energy Economics; Econometrics and Quantitative Analysis; Economic Evaluation and Impact Assessment


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