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Nirvikar Singh, Professor, University Of California, Berkeley

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    Nirvikar Singh
    Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley

    Nirvikar Singh joined the faculty in 1982. He directs the Business Management Economics program and is codirector of the Santa Cruz Institute of International Economics. He has also taught at the Delhi School of Economics. His visiting research appointments have been at Stanford University; the Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University; National Institute for Public Finance and Policy, New Delhi; Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi; Centre for Development Economics, Delhi; and Erasmus University, Rotterdam.

    Professor Singh's main current research is on federalism, governance, and economic reform in India. He is working with Dr. Govinda Rao on a book, The Political Economy of Indian Federalism. He has worked on decentralization and local government reform in India for the World Bank. His other research topics include electronic commerce, technology and innovation, the strategic behavior of governments toward multinational corporations, international technology transfer, international water disputes, and economic growth and development in South and East Asia. He has also conducted theoretical research on how asymmetric information affects the structure and performance of markets and organizations, and has done empirical research in energy economics.

    More Info: http://econ.ucsc.edu/Faculty/facSingh.shtml
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