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Karan Singh Bagavathinathan is an applied economist. Karan Singh holds a Ph.D. in Development Economics from the University of Göttingen. He has a master’s degree in Economics from the Madras School of Economics. His research fields include development
economics, applied macroeconomics, and applied microeconomics. Before his doctoral studies, he had worked on several research papers on the Indian economy. He has published his research in both academic journals and policy outlets.
Posts by Karan Singh Bagavathinathan
Irrigation projects across India are intended to boost agricultural productivity and rural development. In this post, Blakeslee et al. study the long-run effects of access to irrigation on the composi...
- David Blakeslee Aaditya Dar Ram Fishman Samreen Malik Heitor Pellegrina Karan Singh Bagavathinathan
- 25 January, 2023
A share of India's service sector growth can be attributed to tradable services, which can also have positive productivity impacts on manufacturing. This article looks at the effect of services trade ...