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Department of Economics,
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
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My research focuses on three broad areas.
- I study the long run evolution of capitalist economies using a classical political economy perspective and focus on issues of profitability, capital accumulation and technical change.
- I study various aspects of the process of economic development in India including nutrition, food security, the informal sector, employment, and electoral outcomes.
- I study various topics in applied econometrics, including bias of OLS estimators, dynamic multinomial ordered choice models, and binary choice duration models.
The Logic of Capital: An Introduction to Marxist Economics. Cambridge University Press, 2021.
Conflict, Demand and Economic Development: Essays in Honour of Amit Bhaduri. Routledge India, 2021. (Co-Edited with Debarshi Das).