SAMVAAD is a platform for faculty and researchers in India to present their work and get feedback from the applied micro community. Starting May 2020, the online seminars will be conducted on Zoom every Friday from 10 AM to 11:15 AM IST.
Registration and invites: Attendance is capped at 300 so please sign up only if you can attend regularly. The link to the webinar will be shared with registered participants 2 hours before the talk. To prevent ‘zoombombing’, please do not share the invitation link or post it online. (However, please feel free to share the link to the sign up page).
Admits: Registered participants are automatically placed in a waiting room when they join the seminar. Moderators begin to admit participants only 5 mins before start of the seminar. If you join after 9:55 AM, please wait for a couple of minutes for the moderators to let you in.
Scheduling: If you would like to present your research, please email the organizers (Sabyasachi Das or Aaditya Dar). We request you to only present projects that are at an advanced stage; sharing a copy of the working paper is highly encouraged.
|Jun 5||Vidhya Soundararajan (IIM Bangalore)||Import Competition, Contract Labor, and Informal Firms: Revisiting the Trade and Informality Debate (joint with Pavel Chakraborty and Rahul Singh)|
|Jun 12||Renuka Sane (NIPFP)||The Effect of Product-Specific Financial Education on Purchase Decision (joint with Olga Balakina, Vimal Balasubmraniam and Aditi Dimri)|
|Jun 19||PKV Kishan (IRMA)||Bicycle as a Vehicle of Change? Long Term Evidence from an Innovative Cycle Program in India (joint with Ambrish Dongre)|
|Jun 26||Dyotona Dasgupta (DSE)||A theory of progressive lending (joint with Dilip Mookherjee)|
|Jul 3||Somdeep Chatterjee (IIM Lucknow)||Women empowerment and domestic violence: Evidence from a multi-dimensional policy in India (joint with Prashant Poddar)|
|Jul 10||Abhishek Dureja (IGIDR)||Coping with the Consequences of Short-Term Illness Shocks: The Role of Intra-Household Labour Substitution (joint with Digvijay Negi)|
|May 1||Garima Agarwal (DSE)||Improving school attendance for adolescent girls - Evidence from a policy experiment in Delhi’s public schools|
|May 8||Tanika Chakraborty (IIM Calcutta)||Caste, Courts and Business (joint with Sarani Saha, Divya Shukla, Anirban Mukherjee)|
|May 15||Abhiroop Mukhopadhyay (ISI Delhi)||Trust Thy Neighbour?: Evidence from Partition of India|
|May 22||Sugata Bag (DSE)||Causes of low labour force participation of married women in India: Conservative culture, spousal education gap and structural factors|
|May 29||Prachi Singh (Brookings)||Information campaign on water quality and marriage market: The case of arsenic exposure in rural Bangladesh (joint with Shyamal Chowdhury)|