Amrita Dhillon is a professor of political economy at King’s College London. She has organized a number of workshops on topics ranging from Sovereign debt, reputational models in economics to a recent workshop on governance which was sponsored by the Journal of Public Economic Theory. Her training is in theoretical modelling, including political economy, public economics, game theory, and development. Dhillon received her Ph.D. from the State University of New York at Stony Brook; her main field of research is political economy.  Recent work on corruption includes work on how electoral competition affects leakages in NREGA at the village level (Afridi et al 2019)  and how natural resources can drive lower welfare via a political channel when compared to the right counterfactual (Dhillon et al, 2019).

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Are top-down audits complements or substitutes to social audits?

Amrita DhillonAmrita Dhillon is a professor of political economy at King’s College London. She has organized a number of workshops on topics ranging from Sovereign debt, reputational models in economics to a recent workshop on governance which was sponsored by the Journal of Public Economic Theory. Her training is in theoretical modelling, including political economy, public…