About Bhabesh Hazarika, PhD
Bhabesh Hazarika is an Economist at the National Institute of Public Finance and Policy (NIPFP), New Delhi. His research areas are public finance, development economics, economic of the choice decision, and entrepreneurship. Mr. Hazarika has studied at the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur (Ph.D. in Economics from Department of Humanities and Social Sciences) and Gauhati University, Guwahati (M.A. in Economics). He has published his research papers in peer reviewed journals like Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Asia Pacific Management Review, Asian Journal of Women's Studies, Journal of Small Business & Entrepreneurship, and International Journal of Social Economics. He also has a few other articles in national journals. Mr. Hazarika is a member of various professional associations including Southern Economic Association Indian Society for Ecological Economics and also reviews for a couple of national and international journals such as Journal of Small Business Management, International Journal of Economics and Business Modeling, and Journal of World Economic Research.
Economics of Choice, Development Economics, Applied Econometrics, Public Finance
Honors and Awards
- 2010: Junior Research Fellowship by South Asian Network for Development and Environmental Economics
- 2011: Junior Research Fellowship by Indian Council of Social Science Research
- 2014: Senior Research Fellowship by Indian Council of Social Science Research
|2011 ‐ 2016||Ph.D. in Economics, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur ‐ Department of Humanities and Social Sciences|
|2008 ‐ 2010||M.A. in Economics, Gauhati University ‐ Deaprtment of Economics|
National Institute of Public Finance and Policy,
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Special Institutional Area (Near JNU),
New Delhi 110067
Phone: 011 - 26569303 Ext. 182
Research Works (4)
Contribution to Book
Why Women Handloom Micro Entrepreneurs Earn Less than Their Male ...
Deprivation, Development and Empowerment of Women in India: North-East Perspectives (2017)
Development of micro-entrepreneurial activities in the developing economies is important as such activities have been providing employment and earning opportunities ...
Rural Non-Farm Micro-Entrepreneurship or Not: Gender Issue in Decision Making
6th Bolivian Conference on Development Economics (2014)
The expansion of female intensive sectors due to globalization and trade liberalization engenders ample employment and income opportunities for female ...
Featured Works (5)
Determinants of financial risk attitude among the handloom micro-entrepreneurs in ...
Asia Pacific Management Review (2017)
The rural non-farm micro-entrepreneurial activities in the informal sector hold significance in generating employment, removing poverty, and income inequality. The ...
Conference Presentation (6)
DETERMINANTS OF FINANCIAL RISK ATTITUDE AMONG THE HANDLOOM MICRO- ENTREPRENEURS ...
Fifth International Conference on Entrepreneurship and Business Management (2016)
The rural non-farm micro-entrepreneurial activities in the informal sector hold significance in generating employment, removing poverty and income inequality. The ...