Shilpi Tyagi
Assistant Professor

Designation:

Assistant Professor Contractual

Specialization:

Economics

Email:

shilpi.tyagi@thapar.edu

Contact No.: 0175-2350187

Web page link: if any

https://scholar.google.co.in/citations?user=kE--uYQAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Shilpi_Tyagi

Subjects Taught

Economics of Growth and Development, Industrial Organization, Indian Economy

Research Projects

Nil

Membership of Professional Institutions, Associations, Societies

Life-time member, Indian Economic Association Member, World Economic Association

Publications and other Research Outputs

SCI

  • 1. Tyagi, S., Nauriyal, D.K., and Gulati R (2016). “Firm Level R&D Intensity: Evidence Based on Indian Drugs and Pharmaceutical Industry”, Review of Managerial Sciences, Springer Berlin Heidelberg. Available at http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11846-016-0218-81. Tyagi, S., Nauriyal, D.K., and Gulati R (2016). “Firm Level R&D Intensity: Evidence Based on Indian Drugs and Pharmaceutical Industry”, Review of Managerial Sciences, Springer Berlin Heidelberg. Available at http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11846-016-0218-8

Non-SCI

  • 1. Tyagi, S., Nauriyal. (2017) Do innovative activities matter to Indian Drug & Pharmaceutical Firms? An application to export performance. Journal of Generic Medicines. Sage Publications.
  • 2. Tyagi, S., Nauriyal. D.K. (2017) Firm Level Profitability Determinants in the Indian Drugs and Pharmaceutical Industry. Accepted for publication in International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Marketing, 11 (3) Emerald Publications.
  • 3. Tyagi, Shilpi and Nauriyal, D.K. (2016) “Profitability Determinants in Indian Drugs and Pharmaceutical Industry: An Analysis of Pre and Post TRIPS Period”. Eurasian Journal of Business and Economics, 9 (17), pp 1-21.
  • 4. Tyagi, S., Mahajan, V. and Nauriyal, D.K. (2014) “Innovations in Indian Drug and Pharmaceutical Industry: Have they impacted Exports?” Journal of Intellectual Property Rights. Vol. 19 pp. 243-252.
  • 5. Tyagi, S., Nauriyal, D.K. (2013). “Challenges and Prospects of Indian Pharmaceutical Sector: R&D, Innovation and Profitability Perspectives”, Global Journal of Management and Business Studies. Vol.3 (7).1. Tyagi, S., Nauriyal. (2017) Do innovative activities matter to Indian Drug & Pharmaceutical Firms? An application to export performance. Journal of Generic Medicines. Sage Publications.
  • 2. Tyagi, S., Nauriyal. D.K. (2017) Firm Level Profitability Determinants in the Indian Drugs and Pharmaceutical Industry. Accepted for publication in International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Marketing, 11 (3) Emerald Publications.
  • 3. Tyagi, Shilpi and Nauriyal, D.K. (2016) “Profitability Determinants in Indian Drugs and Pharmaceutical Industry: An Analysis of Pre and Post TRIPS Period”. Eurasian Journal of Business and Economics, 9 (17), pp 1-21.
  • 4. Tyagi, S., Mahajan, V. and Nauriyal, D.K. (2014) “Innovations in Indian Drug and Pharmaceutical Industry: Have they impacted Exports?” Journal of Intellectual Property Rights. Vol. 19 pp. 243-252.
  • 5. Tyagi, S., Nauriyal, D.K. (2013). “Challenges and Prospects of Indian Pharmaceutical Sector: R&D, Innovation and Profitability Perspectives”, Global Journal of Management and Business Studies. Vol.3 (7).

Awards and Honours

  • 2011: Received University Grant Commission Junior Research Fellowship for Ph.D.
  • 2013: Received University Grant Commission Senior Research Fellowship for Ph.D.
  • 2016: Received best paper award for research paper entitled “Determinants of Profitability in Indian Pharmaceutical Firms in the New Intellectual Property Rights Regime” presented at ICBEFM 2016 conference ‘18th International Conference on Business, Economics, Finance, and Management’, at Stockholm, Sweden during July 11-12,2016

Description of Research Interests

Economics of R&D and Innovation,Industrial Organization, Agricultural Economics, Intellectual Property Rights, Profitability Analysis, Indian Pharmaceutical Industry, Health Economics, Gender and Economic Development.