Dr. Aviral Tiwari
Teaching department :
Finance, Control and Law
Dr. Aviral Kumar Tiwari is Associate Professor at Montpellier Business School, France. Prior to joining MBS, he served as Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at IBS Hyderabad, India. After graduating with a degree in Economics from the Lucknow University, Lucknow, India, he received his M.Phil (in Labour Economics) and PhD (in Energy and Environment) from ICFAI University Tripura. His research interests focus on various issues concerning tourism, energy, environment and macroeconomy, growth and development. He has published in various journals of international repute including top ranked journals in the prestigious Financial Times 50 list. His previous researches have featured in the journals such as Journal of Business Ethics, Tourism Management, Annals of Tourism Research, Economics Letters, Energy Economics, International Review of Financial Analysis, Economic Modelling and many others. He has been conferred the Best Researcher Award, 2015 by GRABS Educational Charitable Trust, Chennai. He has recently bagged the prestigious Prof. M J Manohar Rao Award for 2014 from The Indian Econometric Society for his outstanding research contributions.
Selected Intellectual Contributions
Tiwari A.K., Das D. & Dutta A. 2019. Geopolitical risk, economic policy uncertainty and tourist arrivals: Evidence from a developing country. Tourism Management, 75: 323-327.
Ghour A.M., Akhtar P., Vachkova M., Shahbaz M., Tiwari A.K. & Palihawadana D. Forthcoming. Emancipatory ethical social media campaigns: Fostering relationship harmony and peace. Journal of Business Ethics.
Tiwari, AK., Olayeni, OR., Chang, YC., & Chang, T. Forthcoming. The Hydroelectricity consumption and economic growth in Asian countries- Evidence using an asymmetric cointegration approach. Applied Economics.
Tiwari A.K., Olayeni OR., Chang YC., & Chang T. Forthcoming. The hydroelectricity consumption and economic growth in Asian countries- Evidence using an asymmetric cointegration approach. Applied Economics.
Tiwari A., Adewuyi A. & Roubaud D. 2019. Dependence between the Global Gold Market and Emerging Stock Markets (E7+1): Evidence from Granger Causality using Quantile and Quantile-on-Quantile Regression Methods. The World Economy, 42(7): 2172-2224.