My research interests are in the determinants of life-cycle earnings and career dynamics, dynamic discrete choice models of human capital formation, and the estimation of equilibrium search models. I obtained my Ph.D. from the University of Toronto, ON, Canada.
My main research areas are econometrics and international trade. In econometrics, my research interests include estimation of structural models and nonparametric identification. I obtained my Ph.D. from University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
I teach Development Economics and Understanding Globalization. My present research interests is: political economy of governance in developing countries. My focus is on development issues in India.
My recent research revolves around the issue of earnings inequality in Canada and other countries. I am also interested in econometric methods used to analyze the earnings distribution and regression discontinuity designs. I obtained my Ph.D. from Princeton University.