Prof. Kujal obtained his PhD from the University of Arizona. He is a Research Affiliate of Economic Science Institute at Chapman University, U.S.A. Prior to working at Middlesex he was at the Universidad Carlos III. Prof Kujal has visited the George Mason University, Economic Science Institute-Chapman University and Universidad Nova Lisboa. His current research interests are in using Experiments to look at asset market bubbles, collusion in markets, trust and cooperation, wage forming institutions and cheating. He has also written in Industrial Organization and Labour Markets. He has published in several mainstream journals such The Economic Journal, Review of Finance, Journal of International Economics, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, Research Policy, Environment and Resource Economics, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, International Journal of Industrial Organization, Economics Letters, Journal of Behavioural and Experimental Economics. He is currently working on experimental projects on Bubbles in Assets Markets, tacit collusion in markets, Trust, Deception, and Labour Markets. He has also published in the Handbook of Results in Experimental Economics.
English, Spanish and Hindi.
Experimental Economics, Industrial Organization.
Futures markets, collusion, bubbles in asset markets, labour markets.
Have advised several PhD and M.A. students for their research thesis. PhD students have published research in academic journals such as Management Science, Journal of Industrial Economics, International Journal of Industrial Organization etc.. Other students have been employed by top consulting firms.