Hello! I am a Post-Baccalaureate Fellow for Professor Claudia Goldin at the National Bureau of Economic Research and the Harvard University Department of Economics. I am also an incoming Non-Resident Tutor in Economics at my beloved D-Haus.
I am interested in labor economics of the Kremer-Kaur variety. What makes workers productive? How binding are contracts on human behavior? Why do so few women in India work? How do workers find jobs? Can lower skilled workers be trained effectively to get and maintain good jobs? Might the lower outcomes for minorities be driven by worker discrimination? Do workers work harder in response to higher wages? Can we measure how workers value their time? Does a worker's quality of work depend on her workplace?
I studied Applied Mathematics at Harvard University and graduated cum laude in 2015. Post undergrad, I went to the London School of Economics and got my M.Sc. in Econometrics and Mathematical Economics in 2016 (alumni profile here). From June, 2016 to February 2018, I worked at the Education Innovation Laboratory at Harvard.
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My email address is nnarains [at] gmail [dot] com.