Research Interests: Development Economics, Political Economy
Professor Abhinandan Sinha has a Bachelor’s in Science with Honors in Statistics from Calcutta University, and a Masters in Statistics from Indian Statistical Institute Kolkata (lSI). After briefly working as a researcher at Le Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS) India, on Multidimensional Poverty Indices, he went on to earn a PhD in Quantitative Economics from his alma mater, the Indian Statistical Institute, to pursue his interest in social science. His research interest lies in the political economy of development, with mathematical modelling of game theoretical applications. He also devotes time for research and policy-based startups and writes occasional columns on relevant issues.
Courses taught in Undergraduate Programme: Microeconomics (Indian Statistical Institute)
Courses taught in Post Graduate Programme: Introductory Economics (Indian Statistical Institute), Probability Theory (Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda Educational and Research Institute).