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Sudipa is a Research Fellow at the Institute for Employment Research, University of Warwick. Prior to joining Warwick, she was a Marie Curie Ph.D. Fellow associated with the Initial Training Network of European Commission and has completed her Ph.D. from the Department of Applied Economics, University of Salamanca, Spain. Her research interests are broadly in empirical Labour and Development Economics with a focus on education and skills, future of work, poverty and inequality, and gender. Sudipa has previously worked in several research organisations including the Young Lives Project (led by Oxford University), Institute of Rural Management Anand, and Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi.
Posts by Sudipa Sarkar
Employment entry and exit by women in India
While India’s low female labour force participation has been studied extensively in the recent literature, an aspect that has received insufficient attention is the dynamic nature of employment – ...
- Soham Sahoo Sudipa Sarkar
- 19 January, 2021