• N. Kubendran
    Dr. N. Kubendran
    Associate Professor


    • Associate Professor, School of Economics, SVKM’S NMIMS (Deemed-to-be-University), Bengaluru Campus, Bengaluru, India, 2019-Present.
    • Associate Professor, MBA Department, Presidency Business School (Presidency Group of Institutions, Bengaluru, India, 2017-2019.
    • Associate Professor, School of Law (Economics), Alliance University, Bangalore, India, 2014-2017.
    • Assistant Professor, PGDM (Economics), Xavier Institute of Management & Entrepreneurship (XIME), Bangalore, India, 2013-2014.
    • Lecturer in Economics, Birla Institute of Technology & Science (BITS-PILANI), Goa, India, 2008-2013.
    • Lecturer, School of Commerce, Divine Mother College (Affiliated to Pondicherry University), Puducherry, India, 2005-2006.
    • Taught almost all the courses in Economics to M.sc (Economics), PGDM, M.B.A, B. Com and LLB Students of various reputed Institutions in India.
    • Areas of Research & Specialisation: International Economics: Theories and Policies, International Business, Macroeconomics, Monetary Economics & Fiscal Economics.
    • Cleared National Level Eligibility Test for lectureship in Economics (UGC-NET).
    • Received 42nd All India Economic Conference Prize of Annamalai University for Project Evaluation.
    • RBI recognised faculty coordinator for RBI’s monetary policy challenge for state level competition (Karnataka Level in 2016).
  • Books

    1. Kubendran, N (2015) “An Exploratory Approach to Sustainable Balance of Payments”, Lambert Academic Publishing house, Saarbrucken, Germany. ISBN: 9783846587836
    2. Kubendran, N (2017) “Essential Economics for Examinations”, Research India Publications, New Delhi, India. ISBN: 9789386138972

    Articles Published in National and International Journals

    1. Kubendran, N. (2018). Fiscal Deficit, Current Account Deficit and Capital Flows into India: An empirical investigation using Granger Causality Test, Arthshastra: Indian Journal of Economics and Research, 7 (4), 7-18. UGC Listed Journal
    2. Kubendran, N. (2018) ‘International Trade and Capital Flows into India: Do pattern of flows matter?Asian Journal of research in Social Science and Humanities 8 (4), 110-121. (ISSN 2249-7315). UGC Listed Journal
    3. Kubendran, N. (2016) ‘Effectiveness of Macroeconomic Policies in the context of Closed and Open Economies’. Journal of Economics and Management 25 (3), 30-47.  (ISSN 1732-1948) University of Economics, Katowice, Poland.
    4. Kubendran, N. (2016) ‘Forecasting Stock Market Using Data Mining Technique’. International Journal of Social and Economic Research 6 (1), 18-37. (ISSN 2249-6270) Ebsco, Proquest, Google Scholar
    5. Kubendran, N. (2016) ‘Effect of Food Inflation and Global crisis on Indian Economy’. Asian Journal of Research in Business Economics and Management 6 (6), 1 – 12. (ISSN 2249-7307) UGC Listed Journal
    6. Jigar N  Gadia, Aswini Kumar Mishra and Kubendran N. (2015) ‘Trade Flows between India and other BRICS countries: An Empirical Analysis using Gravity Model’. Global Business Review 16 (1), 107–122. (ISSN: 0972-1509) Sage Publication & UGC Listed Journal
    7. Kubendran, N. (2015) ‘Impact of International Trade on Economic Growth and Development with Special Reference to Developed, Developing and Underdeveloped Country’. International Journal of Research in Economics & Social Sciences 5 (2), 9 – 38. (ISSN: 2249-7382) UGC Listed Journal
    8. Kubendran, N. (2015) ‘Impact of Macroeconomic Policies on the Balance of Payments of India during Inwardness and Openness’. International Journal of Social and Economic Research 5 (2) 105-134. (ISSN 2249-6270) Ebsco, Proquest, Google Scholar
    9. Kubendran, N, Laxmi Sowmya Rachiraju, Aswini Kumar Mishra and Aruna Bommareddy. (2014) ‘Quasi Monte Carlo Approach for Asian Options Pricing’. Asia-Pacific Journal of Management Research and Innovation 10 (1), 57 – 66. (ISSN: 2319-510X) Sage Publication & UGC Listed Journal
    10. Kubendran, N. (2014) ‘Impact of Tariff and Non-Tariff Barriers to Trade With reference to India, China and U.S.A’. Asian Journal of Research in Business Economics and Management 4 (6), 26 – 43. (ISSN 2249-7307) UGC Listed Journal
    11. Kubendran, N. (2013) ‘Liberalised Foreign Investment Flows and External Sector Sustainability in India’. Asian Economic Review 55 (2), 319-334. (ISSN 0004-4555) UGC Listed Journal
    12. Kubendran, N. (2013) ‘Sustainability of Persisting Current Account Deficit in India’. Journal of International Economics 4 (2), 72-89. (ISSN 0976-0792) Institute of Public Enterprises & UGC Listed Journal
    13. Kubendran, N. (2012) ‘Structural Reforms and External Sector Vulnerability in India’. Asian-African Journal of Economics and Econometrics 12 (2), 343-359. (ISSN : 0972-3986)
    14. Kubendran, N. (2011) ‘Capital Mobility in India since Liberalisation’. Global Journal of Business Management Studies 1 (1) 1-15. (ISSN 2248-9878)
    15. Kubendran, N. (2011) ‘Markov Chain Approach to Inflation in India’. International Journal of Research in Commerce, Economics and Management 1 (6), 146-150. (ISSN 2231-4245)
    16. Kubendran, N. (2010) ‘External Sector Liberalisation and its Impacts on Current Account Balance of India’. International Journal of South Asian Studies 3 (1) 229-242. (Madanjeet Singh Institute for South Asian Regional Cooperation in association with Pondicherry University) (ISSN 0974 – 2514) Pondicherry University & UGC Listed Journal.
    17. Kubendran, N and P.Nalraj. (2010) ‘An Analytical Study on the Trade Policy Reforms in India’. Indian Journal of Millennium Development Studies.5 (1), 111-125. (ISSN 0973-3981)
    18. Kubendran, N and V.Radha. (2010) ‘Recursive Equation Model to Estimate the Impact of Trade Policy Reforms on Domestic Welfare in India’. Indian Journal of Development Research and Social Action 6 (1) 187-199. (ISSN 0973-3116) UGC Listed Journal
    19. Kubendran, N. (2010). Economic Reforms and Current Account Balance of India. International Journal of Business Management, Economics and Information Technology, 2 (1), 13-22. (ISSN 0975-296X)
  • More than a decade, he is enjoying almost all the branches of Economics with the students in Engineering, Management, Commerce and Law using all forms of innovative teaching methods. His area of research mainly addressed the issues in Macroeconomics, International Trade Theories and Policies, Balance of Payments and related government policies in India. Due to his love and affection with Economics, he never failed to taste core economic theories and concepts which is reflected in the form of research papers. He has also qualified the National Eligibility Test for Lectureship in Economics (UGC-NET).