Department of Economics and Business Economics

Nabanita Datta Gupta

Professor

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Nabanita Datta Gupta

Professor

  • Department of Economics and Business Economics
  • Department of Economics and Business Economics - TrygFonden's Centre for Child Research
  • Department of Economics and Business Economics - CIRRAU - Centre for Integrated Register-based Research
Postal address:
Fuglesangs Allé 4
2621, 5
8210
Aarhus V
Denmark

Email: ndg@econ.au.dk

Phone: +4587165207

TITLE AND AFFILIATION

Professor, Aarhus School of Business, Aarhus University (since Spring 2009)
IZA Research Fellow, IZA, Bonn
Affiliated Professor, SOFI, Stockholm University
Guest Researcher, SFI-The Danish National Centre for Social Research

PREVIOUS WORK EXPERIENCE

SFI-THE DANISH NATIONAL CENTRE FOR SOCIAL RESEARCH
Research Professor, Fall 2004-Spring 2009

AARHUS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Fall 1995-Spring 2007

NATIONAL BUREAU OF ECONOMIC RESEARCH
Visiting Scholar, Aging group, Fall 2006-Spring 2007

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN DENMARK
Visiting Lecturer, Department of Economics (Odense campus), Fall 1999

CORNELL UNIVERSITY
Visiting Lecturer, Department of Labor Economics, ILR School, Fall 1993-Spring 1994

NEW JERSEY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Assistant Professor, School of Industrial Management, Fall 1990-Spring 1993; Spring 1995

EDUCATION

Ph.D., CORNELL UNIVERSITY, 1992
Major Field: Labor Economics; Minor Field: Development Economics
Thesis Title: The Role of Preferences and Constraints as Determinants of Male-Female Occupational
Differences
Chair: Ronald G. Ehrenberg; Other Committee Members: Gary S. Fields and George H. Jakubson

B.A., SMITH COLLEGE, 1985
Double major in Economics and Computer Science
Sidney S. Cohen Prize in Economics, Smith College, 1985

REASEARCH INTERESTS

LABOR ECONOMICS (Wages & compensation, Occupational choice, Discrimination, Child care,
Education, Time Use, Behavioral and Personnel Economics)

HEALTH ECONOMICS (Measurement of health, Health & labor outcomes, Health determinants,
Workplace health)

ECONOMICS OF AGING (Retirement behaviour, Pension systems, Health and well-being of the elderly)

DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS (Poverty, Labor markets, Educational reform, Gender and Caste)