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Pavel Chakraborty is Assistant Professor of Economics at the Management School, Lancaster University. His research interests broadly include the dynamics of firms in developing countries in relation to various issues, such as demand for labour, innovation, organisation, trade, productivity, etc., with regard to international trade, and economic development. Pavel holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the Graduate Institute (IHEID), Geneva. Prior to joining Lancaster, he worked as a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Department of Economics, University of Oxford and as an Assistant Professor at Jawaharlal Nehru University. He also held short-term visiting positions at Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Indian Institute of Management Bangalore.
Posts by Pavel Chakraborty
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
Import competition, formalisation, and role of contract workers
Given the recent expansion in the participation of developing countries in global trade, it is important to understand the role of trade in the composition of employment in these countries. Analysing ...
- Pavel Chakraborty Rahul Singh Vidhya Soundararajan
- 27 January, 2021