|Dr.Radha Tiwari||Group Leader|
|Mr. Himanshu Thakkar||Junior Research Fellow|
|Ms. Manisha Kushwaha||Junior Research Fellow|
Development economics is a branch of economics that focuses on improving fiscal, economic and social conditions in developing countries. Development economics considers factors such as education, working conditions of industries, domestic and international policies, and market conditions. The field also examines both macroeconomic and microeconomic factors relating to the structure of developing economies, and domestic and international economic growth.
Some aspects of development economics include the structural transformation of economies; the role of education and health care in development; international trade and globalization; sustainable development and industrial aspect. Our research interest are in the field of socio economic aspects of Global economy and sustainable production opportunities in the existing economic condition especially in secondary and territory sector of economy. We used to incorporate conceptual & structural modeling, analysis of consumer behavior, utility analysis and cost inferences in our moving research.
Our research provides insights into consumer behavior to help companies devise. We use primary and secondary data that capture purchasing decisions made by individuals; and their socio-demographic profile, economic characteristics, and behavioral traits. We provide insight into organizational performance and competitiveness by assessing business potential in market segments and geographic areas. We quantify the impact of Government policies on companies and the economy.
Presently our research group is working on ICT, e Governance, Public expenditure on education & fund allocation, Industrial association and MSME sector.