Name: Manjula Singh
Designation: Assistant Professor
- Ph.D. Economics (Boston University), MA political economy (Boston University),
- MA Economics (Delhi School of Economics)
- Current Macroeconomics
- UG Macroeconomics, Principles of Microeconomics, Statistics, Econometrics
Applied research/projects related to postal service, telecommunications demand, environmental economics, credit card default and fraud, health care.
- Chapters in Books
The Relationship between Risk Factors and Health Care Claims Cost in Program Design and Evaluation, with Ian Duncan and Christian Birkmeyer. Chapter in
“Managing and Evaluating Healthcare Intervention Programs” by Ian Duncan, Actex Publications 2008
- Articles in Edited Books
- Articles in Journals
Book review on “Poor Economics” by Abhijit Banerjee and Esther Duflo, co-authored with Niti Bhutani. Business Analyst, Volume 32, Issue 2, October 2011-March 2012.
The Costs of Air Pollution Abatement, with Raymond S. Hartman and David Wheeler.
Applied Economics Vol 29, No. 6, June 1997, pg 759-774.
Formal and Informal Regulation of Industrial Pollution: Comparative Evidence from Indonesia and the U.S, with Sheoli Pargal, Hemamala Hettige and David Wheeler.
The World Bank Economic Review, Vol 11, No. 3 (1997).
IPPS: The Industrial Pollution Projection System, with Hemamala Hettige, Paul Martin
& David Wheeler. Working Paper 1431. Policy Research Department, World Bank, Washington, DC, Processed. (1994).
Article on RTE (Right to Education) , with Niti Bhutani- published on page 9 of Financial Express, April 23rd, 2012 (http://epaper.financialexpress.com/34470/Indian-Express/23-April-2012#page/9/2)
Conferences, Seminars attended.
- Participated in CPDHE’s Orientation Program – 76 from June 9-July 5, 2014
- Participated in Jamia Millia Islamia’s Winter School (Refresher course) from December 8-30, 2015
Invited talks, lectures and workshops conducted.
Invited to School of Social Science, IGNOU, to Expert Committee Meeting, to ‘finalise the unitisation of CBCS UGC syllabus’ for the 1st and the 2nd year courses of B. A. Economics.