Anindita Chakrabarti

Teaching Fellow (Economics)

Email:
A.Chakrabarti@leeds.ac.uk
Telephone:
+44 (0)113 34 30546
Categories:
Academic, Applied Institute of Research in Economics (AIRE), Economics
Location:
GM.21, Maurice Keyworth Building
Profile

Qualifications

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, UK

Ph.D. Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi, India

BSc and MSc, Calcutta, India

 

 

 

 

Experience

2014 -  Teaching Fellow, University of Leeds
2008-2013  Associate Professor, Madras School of Economics, Chennai
2003 – 2008 Assistant Professor, Centre for Development Studies, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai

Research

Research Interest

Health Economics, Development Economics, Applied Econometrics

Teaching

Teaching

LUBS 3010  International Trade
LUBS 1940 Economics for Management
MECH 2640  Economics and Management
LUBS 1060  Personal Tutorial for Economics

Responsibilities

Responsibilities

Assistant Head of First Year
Personal Tutor

Publications

Published Papers (including chapters in edited books)


“Determinants of Health Insurance Penetration in India: An Empirical Analysis?—(co-author A. Shankar)”, Oxford Development Studies, Volume 43, Issue 3, 2015, pages 379-401

“Attitude and Practices towards Food Safety in Domestic Consumption: a Case Study from India,” Journal of International Development, Volume 25, Issue 5, 2013, pages 696 -713

“Determinants of Child Morbidity and Factors Governing Utilization of Child Health Care: Evidence from Rural India”, Applied Economics, Volume 44, Issue 1-3, 2012, pages 27-37

“Gender Equality in Fertility Choices in Tamil Nadu: a Myth or a Reality?—(co-author K. Chaudhuri)”, Journal of South Asian Development, Volume 6, Issue 2, 2011, pages 195-212

Privatising Social Opportunity: Trends and Implications for Higher Education in India”, in Sengupta, Chandan and Stuart Corbridge (Eds) (2010), Democracy, Development and Decentralisation in India: Continuing Debates, pages 247-282, Routledge, New Delhi and London

"Determinants of Participation in Higher Education and Choice of Disciplines: Evidence from Urban and Rural Indian Youth", South Asia Economic Journal, Volume 10, Issue 2, 2009, pages 371-402

“Antenatal and Maternal Health Care Utilization: Evidence from North-eastern States of India” (co-author K. Chaudhuri), Applied Economics, Volume 39, Issue 6, 2007, pages 683-695

“Determinants of Expenditure on Education: an Empirical Analysis Using State Level Data From  India” (co-author R. Joglekar), Economic and Political Weekly, Vol XLI, pages 1465-1472, April 15-21, 2006
 
“Variation in Health Expenditures: is it Just Income or Other Factors; Empirical Investigation Using a Panel of Indian States”(co-author D.N. Rao), Journal of Quantitative Economics, New Series, Vol. 3, No. 2, pages 158 – 179, 2005

 

 

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