Dilip Mookherjee

Professor of Economics and Director, Institute for Economic Development and Professor of Economics
, Boston University
Profile / Bio: 

Dilip Mookherjee is Professor of Economics and Director, Institute for Economic Development at Boston University. He received his PhD from the London School of Economics in 1982 and has previously taught at Stanford University and the Indian Statistical Institute. His research interests include development economics, contract,and organization theory. Most of his work on development economics focuses on Bangladesh, India, Nepal, and China, on topics such as agricultural development, financial inclusion, supply chain intermediaries, entrepreneurship, and governance.

He serves on the Council of the Econometric Society and the Asian Regional Standing Committee, on research management committees of the International Growth Centre and Economic Development and Institutions network. He is co-editor of Theoretical Economics and the blog Ideas For India, and an associate editor at the Journal of Development Economics.


Title Date Learning Materials Topic
Keynote Address 25 October 2021 Slides ADB Administration and Governance