Professor of Political Economy, King's College London
Amrita Dhillon is a Professor of Economics at the Dept of Political Economy at King’s College, London. Her research is on political economy, development and labour economics. Her recent work is focused on the importance of social networks in developing countries and on the role of audits in improving development outcomes- she is Principal Investigator on a DFID grant for this purpose. She is a member of CAGE University of Warwick, and CEPR Political Economy Group. She graduated with a PhD from Stony Brook University in 1994.
Recent work by Amrita Dhillon
An experiment in garment factories suggests that stronger social connections among co-workers can enhance coordination when incentives are group-based