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Chirantan Chatterjee is Reader (Tenured) in Economics of Innovation, Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU) at the University of Sussex Business School. He is also Visiting Fellow 2019-2022, Hoover Institution, Stanford University and Visiting Adjunct Professor (Economics), 2021-2023, IIM Ahmedabad. His research interests are in the economics of innovation, applied microeconomics, empirical industrial organisation, and global health.
Posts by Chirantan Chatterjee
Sweet cash: Women’s demand for healthcare in developing countries
Agrawal et al. explore the role of gender-based preferences for demand of healthcare. Using CPHS data they find that the positive income shock – generated by a change in the mandated rates of contri...
- Shubhangi Agrawal Somdeep Chatterjee Chirantan Chatterjee
- 27 April, 2023
Stewardship as the way forward in fighting global antimicrobial resistance
With the World Health Organization's emphasis on stewardship and working together against antimicrobial resistance (AMR), the authors consider the importance of certain agents in preventing AMR. Looki...
- Anindya Chakrabarti Chirantan Chatterjee Matthew J. Higgins
- 22 November, 2022
Intellectual property rights and wage inequality
Technology has become central to most everyday activities. But will incentives for technological change – such as those induced by Covid-19 – cause deeper distortions in the global economy, especi...
- Sourav Bhattacharya Pavel Chakraborty Chirantan Chatterjee
- 25 October, 2021
Can greater access to education be inequitable?
Right to Education Act, 2009, was designed to provide the right to free, quality school education to all 6-14 year olds in India. This article examines the influence of RTE on the expansion of private...
- Chirantan Chatterjee Eric Hanushek Shreekanth Mahendiran
- 10 August, 2020
Only germs this time, no guns and steel (yet)?
The first round of globalisation over the previous centuries was associated with a transmission of diseases between continents. With Covid-19, history seems to be repeating itself, but this time in th...
- Anindya Chakrabarti Chirantan Chatterjee
- 14 April, 2020