Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (since Jan 2013)
Previous Work Experience: Risk Management, Capital Allocation, Pricing, Portfolio Analytics.
GE Commercial Finance, CT, USA (2005-2009)
GE Insurance Solutions, KS, USA (2003-2005)
GE Capital International Services, Bangalore, India (2001-2003)
1. Probability and Statistics
2. Statistical Methods for Data Analysis
3. Bayesian Methods for Data Analysis
4. R Work shop
5. Linear Algebra
Some Teaching Material
My research interests are in theoretical and practical aspects of statistical methods motivated from practical problems. My current interests are in Bayesian methods, Quantile Regression and Model Misspecification with applications to insurance, Bio-informatics, finance and marketing.
1. Karthik Sriram, R.V. Ramamoorthi, and Pulak Ghosh (2013), Posterior consistency of Bayesian quantile regression based on the misspecified asymmetric Laplace density, Bayesian Analysis, Vol 8, No. 2, pg 479-504.
2. R.V. Ramamoorthi, Karthik Sriram, and Ryan Martin (2015), On posterior concentration in misspecified models, Bayesian Analysis, Vol 10, No. 4, pg 759-789.
3. Karthik Sriram (2015), A sandwich likelihood correction for Bayesian quantile regression based on the misspecified asymmetric Laplace density, Statistics and Probability Letters, Vol 107, pg 18-26.
4. Karthik Sriram, R.V. Ramamoorthi, and Pulak Ghosh (2016), On Bayesian Quantile Regression Using a Pseudo-joint Asymmetric Laplace Likelihood. Sankhya A, Vol 78, issue 1, pg 87-104.
5. Karthik Sriram, Peng Shi, and Pulak Ghosh (2016) , A Bayesian quantile regression model for insurance company costs data, Journal of Royal Statistical Society-Series A, Vol 179, Issue 1, pg 177-202.
6. Karthik Sriram and R.V. Ramamoorthi (2017), Correction to :"posterior consistency of Bayesian quantile regression based on the misspecified asymmetric Laplace density", Bayesian Analysis, Vol 12, No 4, pg 1217-1219.
7. Kanti V Mardia, Karthik Sriram and Charlotte Deane (2018), A statistical model for helices with applications, To appear in Biometrics.
8. Dhruv Gupta and Karthik Sriram (2018), Impact of security expenditures in military alliances on violence from non-state actors: evidence from India. World Development, Vol 107, pg 338-357.