Reader in Economics, University of Sussex
A.V. Chari is a Reader in Economics at the University of Sussex. His research interests center around labor markets, productivity and health issues in developing countries. His current projects include a study of public sector disinvestment in India and a field experiment in Nigeria to understand the role of social networks in in propagating information about cervical cancer screening. His research has been funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).
Recent work by Amalavoyal Chari
Legal protection for agricultural land leasing contracts facilitates productivity-enhancing trades and increases agricultural efficiency
Clustering of firms in Indonesia only leads to substantial productivity spillovers in a few industries, suggesting the need to review cluster policies