Prof. Dr. Arnab Basu
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- Growth, inequality and poverty
- Global development and trade
Child Labor, Eco- and Social Labeling, Labor Markets in Developing Countries
Professor - Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY (US)
Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY (US)
2012. Impact of Rural Employment Guarantee Schemes on Seasonal Labor Markets: Optimum Compensation and Workers’ Welfare. Journal of Economic Inequality, .
2011. “The Elusive Productivity Effect of Trade Liberalization in the Manufacturing Industries of Emerging Economies”. Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 47: pp 23-45.
2010. Turning a Blind Eye: Costly Enforcement, Credible Commitment and Minimum Wage Laws. Economic Journal, 120: 244-269.
2010. “Turning a Blind Eye: Costly Enforcement, Credible Commitment and Minimum Wage Laws”. Economic Journal, 120: pp 244-269.
2009. A Theory of Employment Guarantees: Credibility, Contestibility and Distributional Concerns. Journal of Public Economics, 93: pp 482-497.
2007. Pricing, Distribution and Adoption of Genetically Modified.
2007. On the Adoption of Genetically Modified Seeds in Developing Countries and the Optimal Types of Government Intervention. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 89 (3): 784-804. Further Information
2006. Guaranteed Manufactured without Child Labor: The economics of consumer boycotts, social labeling and trade sanctions. Review of Development Economics, 10(3): 466-491.
2004. On Export Rivalry and the Greening of Agriculture: The Role of Eco-labels. Agricultural Economics, Vol.31/2-3: 135-147.
2002. Labor Standards, Social Labels and the WTO. In: Adhikari, R. and P. Athukorala (eds.): Developing Countries in the World Trading System: The Uruguay Round and Beyond. Edward Elgar Publisher, Cheltenham, U.K.; Northhampton MA, USA. 95-115.