The Evolution of Gender Gaps in India (2015) (with Viktoria Hnatkovska and Amartya Lahiri) in India Policy Forum 2014-15, volume 11, Brookings Institution and National Council of Applied Economic Research, ed. by Subir Gokarn, Arvind Panagariya, Shekhar Shah, ( New Delhi: Sage publications)
Timing of Elections and Infant Mortality: Evidence from India
Fertility Rate, Child Mortality and Female Labour Force Participation in India
Sibling Rivalry and Child Survival: Evidence from the study of Twins in India
Ms. Bhattacharjee’s primary area of interest is development economics with a focus on India. Her work is also related to health economics and political economy. Her present research focuses on the impact of political competition on infant health outcomes in India.
She has written an interesting paper to look at how elections (state assembly elections in her dataset) affect developmental outcomes like infant mortality.