Research Interests: International Trade, Industrial Organization, and Development Economics.
Rahul is an applied micro-economist and his research interests lie in International Trade, Industrial Organization and Development Economics. His research examines the firm level adjustments to Non-Tariff Measures and Chinese import competition in the post-liberalisation period in India. His current project attempts to understand how rural road connectivity affects aggregate productivity. He holds a PhD in Economics from IIM Bangalore and B-Tech in Mining Engineering from IIT-BHU.
"Technical Regulations, Intermediate Inputs, and Performance of Firms: Evidence from India", (joint with Rupa Chanda), Journal of International Economics: Volume 128 (January 2021) [Published Version]
EPP500: Microeconomics (MBA)
EPP510: Macroeconomics (MBA)
EPP100: Microeconomics (Undergraduate)
EPP330: International Economics (Undergraduate)
Epp530: International Economics (Graduate)