Ph.D. Economics, University of Tennessee, USA
Experimental & Behavioral Economics, Environmental Economics, Organizational Economics
Vasudha Chopra is an Assistant Professor of Economics at the Thapar School of Liberal Arts and Sciences. She completed her undergraduate degree in Economics from Hansraj College, University of Delhi and her postgraduate studies in Economics at TERI University. She has a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Her research focuses on using applied microeconomic theory and experimental methods to topics in environmental economics and organizational economics. Besides research, she has also taught several times at the undergraduate level. Whether it is research or teaching, she particularly enjoys working with students. In the past, she has also worked as an assistant policy officer at Vasudha Foundation, an environmental think-tank based in New Delhi. For more details, please visit my webpage: www.choprav.com
Chopra, Vasudha, and Sukanya Das. “Estimating willingness to pay for wastewater treatment in New Delhi: Contingent valuation approach.” Ecology, Economy and Society-the INSEE Journal 2, no. 2354-2020-1322 (2019): 75-108.
Goyal, Srishti, and Vasudha Chopra. “TRIAD & BRIC MNEs: Will the Internationalization Strategies Converge?.”In The Challenge of Bric Multinationals. Emerald Group Publishing Limited, (2017). pp. 93 – 143.