Professor of Economics
University of Bristol
8 Woodland Road
Bristol BS8 1TN, UK
An improved webpage with links to research papers is here: https://sites.google.com/site/soniaradhikabhalotra/
Professor of Economics, University of Bristol
Visiting Professor, Department of Economics, University of Oxford (2011-2012)
Visiting Scholar, Wolfson College, University of Oxford (2011-2012)
Unit Director and Lecturer, MSc Applied Economics (with Senay Sekollu)
Unit Director and Lecturer, MSc Topics in Development Economics (with Jahirul Islam)
Intercalated BSc in International Health (for medical students)
Doctoral Training Centre: Global Political Economy: Transformations and Policy Analysis (global health)
Doctoral Training Centre: Conflict, Security and Justice
In Oxford: Module of Human Capital for MSc/MPhil students (with Andrew Zeitlin)
PhD Students: Wu Yichao (2010-), Stewart Kettle (2011-), Alpi Jain Patel (2011-)
Recently completed PhDs: Sam Rawlings, Marcela Umana-Aponte
Research Areas and Interests: Development Economics, Health, Education, Demography, Public Economics, Economics of the Family, Political Economy, Labour Economics.
Themes: Policy evaluation in developing countries, political economy of public service provision, gender, health and survival in poor countries and in the history of richer countries, early life interventions, social mobility and intergenerational transmission.
Links to Recently Organised Workshops
Session on Political Economy at the American Economic Association Meetings January 2013, organiser and speaker
This link will take you to the programme of the recent workshop on Public Service Reform in Developing Countries, 3-4 April 2012.
Social Mobility workshop (co-organised with Paul Gregg): 28 October 2011
Public talk on water and health hazards at the Bristol Festival of Nature, June 2011
Long Run Influence of the Early Childhood Environment in Developing Countries, session organised at the American Economic Association Meetings Denver, January 2011