Ishita Chatterjee

Economics lecturer, University of Western Australia

Ishita is an applied microeconomist. Her current research involves theoretical modelling of firm strategies and government regulatory policies in the context of digital piracy. She is also involved in various empirical projects such as cross-country study on crime and corruption, examining firm level performance and innovation in the context of Australia and India, and studying demographic preference pattern in India. She joined the Economics group at the UWA Business School as a lecturer in 2010.

Experience

  • –present
    Economics lecturer, University of Western Australia