LSU’s Sudipta Sarangi Receives Appointment from German Research Institute
BATON ROUGE – Gulf Coast Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Inc. Distinguished Professor of Business Administration Sudipta Sarangi, an associate professor in the Department of Economics, has been reappointed to the German Research Institute as a research professor in the Department of Consumers and Competition at Deutsches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung Berlin.
Sarangi has a long standing relationship with DIW Berlin, which renewed his appointment from 2011 to 2014. His honorary appointment involves industrial organization with a special focus on regulatory issues.
Sarangi described Berlin as an academically exciting place.
“I love going there and was quite happy to renew my appointment,” Sarangi said. “Since there are many people in Berlin with research interests similar to mine, it is an added bonus.”
During his visits, Sarangi interacts with department associates, works on research papers and provides feedback to Ph.D. students about their research.
“I also attend talks in other departments as well as at other universities and research institutes in Berlin,” Sarangi said. “I also contribute to DIW’s working paper series and give a talk or two while I am at the institute. These visits are quite productive.”
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The German Institute for Economic Research, or Deutsches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung -DIW Berlin, is the largest economic research institute in Germany. Its two core mandates are applied economic research and economic policy consulting. As an independent, non-profit institution, they are committed to serving the common good. DIW Berlin was founded in 1925, as the Institute for Business Cycle Research, or Institut für Konjunkturforschung. It has been headquartered in Berlin since its founding. As a member the Leibniz-Gemeinschaft, DIW Berlin is predominantly publicly funded.
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