PhD Economics (Southern Methodist University)
Senior Lecturer, Queensland University of Technology, School of Economics and Finance, Fall 2010 – Present.
Assistant Professor, Louisiana Tech University, Department of Economics and Finance, Fall 2006 – Spring 2010.
Adjunct Lecturer, Department of Economics, Southern Methodist University, Fall 2004 – Spring 2006.
Economic Intern and Consultant, Research Department, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Summer 2002 – Winter 2002.
Teaching Assistant, Department of Economics, Southern Methodist University, Fall 2000 – Fall 2004.
Economic Associate, Deepak Talwar & Associates, New Delhi, Fall 1999 – Fall 2000.
Lecturer, Kirori Mal College, University of Delhi, New Delhi, Fall 1998 – Fall 1999.
- Schaffner M, Sarkar J, Torgler B, Dulleck U, (2018) The implications of daylight saving time: A quasi-natural experiment on cognitive performance and risk taking behaviour, Economic Modelling p390-400
- Sarkar D, Sarkar J, (2017) What does attending early childhood program mean for child health in India?, Health Economics p1366-1379
- Sarkar J, Sarkar D, (2016) Why does child labour persist with declining poverty?, Economic Inquiry p139-158
- Park J, Sarkar D, Sarkar J, Yost K, (2013) Business in troubled waters: Does adverse attitude affect firm value?, Journal of Corporate Finance p221-235
- Sarkar D, Sarkar J, (2012) Persistence of income inequality: does child mortality matter?, The Journal of Developing Areas p105-123
- Nath HK, Sarkar J, (2009) Unbiased estimation of the half-life to price index convergence among U.S. cities, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking p1041-1046
- Osang T, Sarkar J, (2008) Endogenous mortality, human capital and economic growth, Journal of Macroeconomics p1423-1445
- Sarkar J, (2008) Mortality, fertility, and persistent income inequality, Southern Economic Journal p332-350
- Sarkar J, (2007) Growth dynamics in a model of endogenous time preference, International Review of Economics and Finance p528-542
- Nath HK, Sarkar J, (2006) Diminishing marginal impatience: its promises for asset pricing, Applied Financial Economics Letters p61-64