Rahul Singh is an applied micro-economist and his research interests lie in International Trade, Industrial Organisation and Development Economics. His dissertation examines the firm level adjustments to Non-Tariff Measures and Chinese import competition in the post liberalisation period in India, with a focus on disentangling efficiency effects from markup. His current projects attempts to understand how rural road connectivity affects aggregate productivity by reducing misallocation of resources. He is also working on examining incumbent firm behaviour in response to the threat of entry. He holds a PhD in Economics from IIM Bangalore and BTech in Mining Engineering from IIT-BHU.
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