- Associate Professor Dipanwita Sarkar
- Associate Professor
Faculty of Business & Law,
School of Economics & Finance
- Discipline *
- Econometrics, Applied Economics, Demography
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Doctor of Philosophy (Southern Methodist University)
- Professional memberships
Microeconometrics, Behavioural economics, Demography
Dipanwita (Dipa) Sarkar received her Ph.D. from Southern Methodist University, Texas. Prior to joining QUT, Dipa was an Assistant Professor of Economics at The University of Louisiana. Besides academia, she worked as Economic Consultant at Colemont Insurance Brokerage, Inc. and Organ Transport Systems, Inc.
Research interests: Applied microeconometrics, Labour and Behavioural Economics with emphasis on education, health, and demography
- 2019: Best Research Paper Award, Australian Health Economics Society
- 2016: 1 of 10 young Australian scientists selected for the Frontiers of Science Symposium, US and Australian Academy of Science and Kavli Foundation.
- 2014: Vice Chancellor’s Performance Award for Excellence in Research, Queensland University of Technology.
- 2007: Dean’s Outstanding Graduate Dissertation Fellowship, Southern Methodist University.
- 2006: Southern Economic Association Graduate Student Award.
- Bonner S, Sarkar D, (2020) Who responds to fertility-boosting incentives? Evidence from pro-natal policies in Australia, Demographic Research p513-548
- Sarkar D, Collier T, (2019) Does host-country education mitigate immigrant inefficiency? Evidence from earnings of Australian university graduates, Empirical Economics p81-106
- Page L, Sarkar D, Silva Goncalves J, (2019) Long-lasting effects of relative age at school, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization p166-195
- Beatton T, Kidd M, Machin S, Sarkar D, (2018) Larrikin Youth: Crime and Queensland's earning or learning reform, Labour Economics p149-159
- Bonner S, Sarkar D, (2018) The quality-quantity trade-off among Australian children, Economic Modelling p383-389
- Page L, Sarkar D, Silva Goncalves J, (2017) The older the bolder: Does relative age among peers influence children's preference for competition?, Journal of Economic Psychology p43-81
- Sarkar D, Sarkar J, (2017) What does attending early childhood program mean for child health in India?, Health Economics (United Kingdom) p1366-1379
- Sarkar J, Sarkar D, (2016) Why does child labour persist with declining poverty?, Economic Inquiry p139-158
- Park J, Sarkar D, Sarkar J, Yost K, (2013) Business in troubled waters: Does adverse attitude affect firm value?, Journal of Corporate Finance p221-235
- Maasoumi E, Millimet D, Sarkar D, (2009) Who benefits from marriage?, Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics p1-33
For more publications by this staff member, visit QUT ePrints, the University's research repository.
Completed supervisions (Doctorate)
- The Economics of Happiness: Insights into Gross National Happiness in Bhutan (2016)
- Fertility in Australia: The Role of Policy and the Labour Market (2015)