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Rajshri (Raji) Jayaraman is an associate professor (with tenure) of economics. She received her Ph.D. in Economics from Cornell University and worked at Center for Economic Studies (CES) in Munich before joining the European School of Management and Technology (ESMT) in 2007. Raji’s fields of interest are development economics and labour economics. Her research examines how people respond to incentives, using micro data on individuals, schools and firms in India, Germany and Canada. She is currently serving as faculty lead for the full-time MBA programme at ESMT.
Posts by Rajshri Jayaraman
Higher-powered incentives are generally believed to increase worker productivity. In the context of an Indian tea plantation, this column examines a contract change wherein baseline wages were increas...
A central feature of many developing countries is the presence of significant gender differentials in health outcomes. One potential factor which can account for this is that females seek treatment la...
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