PhD in Economics, University of California, Riverside
Public economics, microeconomics, environmental externalities and climate change, general equilibrium theory
* January 2016-present: Professor of Economics, Centre for International Trade and Development, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University
* Senior Lecturer, Department of Economics, University of Exeter Business School, University of Exeter: 2010-present (currently on leave)
* Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, University of Warwick: 2004-2010
* Post Doctoral Fellow, CORE-UCL, Belgium: 2003-2004
* Graduate teaching assistant, University of California, Riverside: 1998-2003
* Lecturer, Delhi University, India: 1997-1998
* Consultant, U.N. Drug Control Program (U.N.D.P.), New Delhi: 1997-1998
* Research Associate, Center for Development Economics, Delhi School of Economics: 1997
* Economics Prize, College Topper (B.A. Honors), Delhi University
* Center for Advanced Studies Scholarship, Delhi School of Economics, Delhi University
* First class in M. A. Economics from Delhi School of Economics
* University of California, Riverside Fellowship for pursuing PhD
* Best Teaching Assistant Award, University of California-Riverside
Peer reviewer for Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), UK’s leading research and training agency addressing economic and social concerns.
* On the properties of an emission-generating technology and its parametric representation, in Economic Theory, 60 (2), 2015, pp. 243-282.
* Production Efficiency and Constraints on Profit Taxation and Profit Distribution in Economies with Ramsey Taxation in Social Choice and Welfare, 41, 2013, pp. 579-604.
* On modelling pollution-generating technologies (with R R Russell and S Levkoff) in Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 64 (1), 2012, pp.117-135
* Externalities and fundamental nonconvexities: A reconciliation of approaches to general equilibrium externality modeling and implications for decentralization, in Journal of Economic Theory, 145 (1), 2010, pp 331-53.
* Unit versus Ad valorem taxes: Monopoly in general equilibrium (with Charles Blackorby) in Journal of Public Economics, 91, 2007, pp. 817-822.
* Unit versus Ad valorem taxes: The private ownership of monopoly in general equilibrium (with Charles Blackorby) in Journal of Public Economic Theory, 15 (4), 2013, pp. 547-579.
* Design of climate change policies: A discussion of the GPGP approach of Bradford and Guesnerie in The design of climate policy, eds: R. Guesnerie and H. Tulkens, CESifo Seminar Series, The MIT Press, Cambridge Massachusetts, 2008, Chapter 4, pp 65-73
* Externality policy reform: A general equilibrium analysis (with R. R. Russell) in Journal of Public Economic Theory, 7 (1), 2005, pp. 117-150.