Join us to listen to accomplished Political Economist Professor Rohini Pande discuss women’s relationship to work in India. Rohini Pande’s research examines the economic costs and benefits of informal and formal institutions in the developing world and the role of public policy in affecting change. Her research focuses on gender, environmental regulation and state capacity and accountability.
Pande received a PhD in Economics from London School of Economics, a Master's from Oxford University and BA in Economics from Delhi University. Pande is the Rafik Hariri Professor of International Political Economy at Harvard Kennedy School, co-directs the Evidence for Policy Design (EPoD) Initiative, and is also the Area Chair for International Development and teaches in the MPA/ID program.
For a more complete list of her works and accomplishments, you can visit her home page here:
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