Department of Economics
University of Utah
I am a PhD student in Economics at the University of Utah. My research interests are behavioral economics, experimental economics (Lab/Field), and applied microeconomics. Currently, I am fortunate to work with Prof. Subhasish Dugar and Prof. Haimanti Bhattacharya. Previosuly, I have been mentored by Prof. Priyodarshi Banerjee and Prof. Saibal Kar.
I focus on understanding the learning effects and ability of deception detection with experience using neoclassical methods. Furthermore, I plan to explore how humans perceive and benefit from AI and technology, acting as assistive agents, in education, marketplaces, and political scenarios.
Previously, I worked as a statistician at DeepFlux and research assistant at ISI Kolkata. In 2021, I was also a Guest Lecturer at Women's Christian College.