My research fields are international economics, macroeconomics and applied econometrics. I am interested in applied and theoretical research on macroeconomic policies for both advanced and emerging countries and how these policies interact with globalization.
Research Interests: international economics, macroeconomics and applied econometrics
- "Competition, Productivity and Product Mix: The Effect of China on Mexican Plants", joint with Mauro Caselli (University of Trento) and Scott French (UNSW). [Draft: February 2021]
- "Trade and Minimum Wages in General Equilibrium: Theory and Evidence", joint with Xue Bai (Brock University), Kala Krishna (Penn State University) and Hong Ma (Tsinghua University). NBER Working Paper No. 24456. Revised and Resubmitted at Journal of International Economics. [Draft: January 2021]
- "Impact of China on World Commodity Prices and Commodity Exporters", joint with Richa Saraf (RBI). Media CEDA Blog, under review. [Draft: January 2021]
- "Intermediate Input Tariffs, Oligopoly, and Free Entry: Theory and Evidence", joint with Tomohiro Ara (Fukushima University), Arghya Ghosh (UNSW) and Hongyong Zhang (RIETI), under review. [Draft: January 2021]
- "Is Better Access to Markets a Substitute for Educated Parents? Evidence from Rural India", joint with Reshad Ahsan (University of Melbourne) and Shahe Emran (IPD, Columbia University).
- "US Monetary Policy Spillovers", joint with Saroj Bhattarai (University of Texas-Austin) and Woong Yong Park (Seoul National University).
- PhD in economics from Princeton University in 2010.
- M.S. in Quantitative Economics from Indian Statistical Institute (Calcutta) in 2005.
- B. Sc. from Presidency College (Calcutta) in 2003