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Chandrasekhar S  

 

 

Education :

Ph.D. (Economics) The Pennsylvania State University, 2004

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Research Interests:

Development Economics.

 

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  • S Chandrasekhar “Improving Demographic Outcomes in Slums”, in Parth J Shah and Makarand Bakore, edited, Ward Power: Decentralised Urban Governance, Centre for Civil Society, 2006
  • S Chandrasekhar “Urban Growth Patterns and its Implications for Future Economic, Social, Demographic and Environmental Scenarios in India”, Draft Paper prepared for State of World Population 2007 Report, United Nations Population Fund |Preparing to Live in an Urban World|
  • S Chandrasekhar and A Mukhopadhyay “Socioeconomic Heterogeneity in Urban India”, in George Martine, Gordon McGranahan, Mark R Montgomery, and Rogelio Fernandez-Castilla edited, New Global Frontier: Urbanization, Poverty and Environment in the 21st Century, Earthscan, 2008 |Google Books|
  • S Chandrasekhar and Tesfayi Gebreselassie “Exploring Intra Urban Differences in Economic Well Being in India”, in R Radhakrishna, edited, India Development Report 2008, Oxford University Press, 2008
  • Vijay Laxmi Pandey and S Chandrasekhar “Rural-Urban Disparities in Maharashtra”, Serial Publishers, 2009
  • S Chandrasekhar and A Mukhopadhyay “Poverty and Well-being in Indian Cities during the Reforms Era” Poverty & Public Policy, The Berkeley Electronic Press, Vol. 2: Iss. 2, Article 7, 2010 |Working Paper| |Journal Home Page|
  • S Chandrasekhar and A Mukhopadhyay “Multiple Dimensions of Urban Well-Being: Evidence from India” |Working Paper|
  • S Chandrasekhar “Migration and Urbanization: Evidence from India”, (Forthcoming Book Chapter) S Chandrasekhar and Mark R. Montgomery “Broadening Poverty Definitions in India: Basic needs in Urban Housing”, Working paper, International Institute for Environment and Development, U.K. |Working Paper|

 

  • Labour Market Outcomes of the Itinerant Worker in Rural India (with Tushar Agrawal)
  • Short Term Migration and Consumption Expenditure in Rural India (with Mousumi Das and Ajay Sharma)
  • The Growth of the Urban Shadow, Spatial Distribution of Economic Activities and Commuting by Workers in Rural and Urban India (with Ajay Sharma)
  • Diversification of Workplace and Household Consumption Expenditure in Rural India (with Ajay Sharma)
  • Financial Inclusion since 2004-05: Have the Rural Labour Households Benefitted?
  • “Urban Growth Patterns and its Implications for Future Economic, Social, Demographic and Environmental Scenarios in India”, Draft Paper prepared for State of World Population 2007 Report, United Nations Population Fund |Preparing to Live in an Urban World|
  • “Construction of Composite Index for Household Amenities”, Study Commissioned by Planning Commission, Government of India, 2007.
  • “Poverty Hotspots in Rural India”, Report Submitted to United Nations Development Programme as part of the National Research Programme on Growth and Human Development, 2005, (with Shovan Ray).
  • “Lessons from ‘Akshaya’ E-literacy Project in Malappuram, Kerala”, Report submitted to the Gender Caucus, World Summit on Information Society, 2005, (with Anuja Jayaraman).
  • “Rural-Urban Disparities in Maharashtra”, Research Study Undertaken for National Institute of Rural Development, Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India, 2005, (with Vijay Laxmi Pandey)
  • Development Economics (Jan – Apr 2005, Jan – Apr 2006, Jan – Apr 2007, Jan-Apr 2013)
  • Econometrics–II (Jan – Apr 2009, Jan – Apr 2010, Jan – Apr 2011, Jan – Apr 2012)
  • International Trade (Aug-Dec 2005)
  • Microeconomics-I (Aug-Dec 2005, Aug-Dec 2006)
  • Coordinator of the In-Service Training Programme on “Econometrics-Theory and Applications” for Indian Economic Service officers conducted by I.G.I.D.R on behalf of The Indian Econometric Society, January 2011.
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