Areas of Interest & Expertise
- Industrial Organization
- Computational Economics
- Data, Development and Democracy
Avinash received his economics education from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi and Deen Dayal Upadhyay Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur. Prior to joining the University, he had worked as an Associate Research Fellow with the Takshashila Institution, Bangalore.
Avinash has extensive experience in public outreach and communication. Apart from academic economics, he has a keen interest in financial risk management. He enjoys programming in his spare time.
Currently he is a part of the team, developing the Interdisciplinary Studies programme called Data, Democracy & Development at the School of Arts and Sciences, with teaching in related fields of economics, social sciences and mathematics.
This course is designed to equip students to build important skills and create a culture of evidence-based investigation.
This course seeks to develop core competencies in programming in Python and data manipulation and analysis.
A rigorous mathematical treatment of the standard models used in economics.
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