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Sarani Saha is a Professor at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur. She is currently a Fellow at the Global Labor Organization. Prior to joining IIT Kanpur, she obtained her Ph.D. in economics from University of California at Santa Barbara. Her research interests lie in the fields of labour economics, development economics, health economics, environmental economics, and applied microeconomics. Her current work focuses on issues related to the effect of court quality on entrepreneurship, impact of awareness on health utilisation outcomes, role of social contact in reducing pre-existing prejudices among various social groups, and effect of domestic violence on child health. Her research has been published in various reputed journals, including the Journal of Development Economics, World Development, Public Choice, and North American Journal of Economics and Finance.
Posts by Sarani Saha
Effective contract enforcement is the key for the formation and expansion of business enterprises. But how does improvement in court performance matter differently to different caste groups? This arti...