Dr. Naveen Joseph Thomas
B.Sc. (University of Delhi);
M.Sc. (TERI University);
Ph.D. (Delhi School of Economics, Delhi)
Dr. Naveen Joseph Thomas completed his Ph.D. in Economics at the Department of Economics, Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi. He received his M.Sc. in Economics from the TERI School of Advanced Studies and his B.Sc.(H) in Physics from St. Stephen’s College, University of Delhi. His research interest lies in the areas of Household Economics, Growth Theory, Labour Economics and issues of the MSME sector. His current research focusses on the role of intra-household conflict in explaining low labour force participation of women in patriarchal societies, the scope of Mutual Credit Guarantee Schemes for the development of the MSME sector in India, and the analysis of education choice of parents under constrained supply of public-funded education in rural India using the ASER dataset.
The papers that he has taught include Mathematical Methods for Economics, Financial Economics, International Trade, Economics in Public Policy, Applied Econometrics, Data Analysis, Development Economics and Microeconomics.