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Dr Pavel Chakraborty

Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Economics

The Management School



Tel: +44 1524 594061

Research overview

I am an applied micro-economist. My research mainly focuses on the dynamics of firms in developing countries in relation to various issues regarding international trade, labour economics, innovation, and economic development. In particular, I look at how changes in different types of market conditions affect firm-level outcomes such as trade, productivity, wages, demand for labour, product choice, innovation, organization, investments, etc. using firm level data.

PhD supervision

I would be happy to supervise PhD students with an interest in empirical international trade and development, and their overlap with an emphasis on working with trade agreements and/or firm-level datasets.


I am a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA), UK.

Research Interests

International Trade, Innovation, Labour, Organizational Economics, Development Economics

Current Teaching

Development Economics (BSc) - ECON332

Research Skills (PhD) - ECON801

Business Economics (EMBA)

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