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Arpita Chatterjee

PhD and MA, Princeton University
MS Quantitative Economics, Indian Statistical Institute
BSc, Presidency College, University of Calcutta



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Arpita Chatterjee joined University of New South Wales in 2010, after completing her PhD in economics from Princeton University. She is particularly interested in how national economic policies and outcomes are shaped by international factors in an increasingly globalized world economy, and how these domestic policies and institutions, in turn, shape globalization. Also, understanding various economic and policy implications of the Great Recession is an important part of her research agenda.


Working papers


  • 'Globalization and Monetary Policy: An Empirical Analysis' (May 2010)
  • 'Multi-Product Firms and Exchange Rate Fluctuations' (joint with Jade Vichyanond, and Rafael Dix Carneiro) (April 2010)
  • 'Why Do Similar Countries Choose Different Policies? Endogenous Comparative Advantage and Welfare Gains' (January 2010)

Research interests

  • International economics
  • Macroeconomics
  • Applied econometrics

Research grants

  • 2011: ASB special research grant, $9,500

 Courses taught

  • ECON1202 Quantitative Analysis for Business and Economics
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