I’m a Teaching Fellow in Economics at the University of Warwick, UK (web-page). I have a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Reading, UK. Prior to joining Warwick, I was a post-doctoral research assistant at Reading where I examined the sources of productivity differences across manufacturing firms in India and the significant role of transportation infrastructure in encouraging economic activity.
At Warwick, I lead the EC122: Statistical Techniques A module. I’m also a joint lecturer on the EC902: Econometrics A and EC976: Econometrics modules. I supervise postgraduate dissertations and undergraduate projects in applied economics. I also conduct small-group classes for Development Economics (Macroeconomics) and Econometrics.
My research interests lie at the intersection of economics, politics and human development. My recent work includes:
PhD in Economics
University of Reading
MSc in Economics
Madras School of Economics
BA in Economics
University of Pune, Fergusson College
I’m teaching the following courses in 2021-22:
I have previously taught the following post-graduate courses at the University of Reading: