Dr Debarun Sengupta
Centre for Society and Policy, IISc
Dr. Debarun Sengupta is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Centre for Society and Policy at the Indian Institute of Science Bangalore. Currently, he is working on the Data Kaveri project, which explores the technical, legal, organizational, and economic barriers to using and re-using non-personal data.
He has completed his PhD from the Department of Economic Sciences at the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur in September 2022. He is an applied economist who likes to work with analytical tools like discrete choice models, panel data econometrics, data envelopment analysis, and quasi-experimental designs.
Sengupta, D., & Mukherjee, D. (2022). By-production of electricity and particulates: efficiency of Indian thermal power plants revisited. International Journal of Energy Sector Management, 16(2), 265-283.
Sengupta, D., & Mukherjee, D. (2021). Efficiency of Indian Thermal Power Plants and Suspended Particulate Matter: Findings Across Technological Assumptions and DEA Models. Studies in Microeconomics. https://doi.org/10.1177/23210222211051450.
Sengupta, D., Kumar, A., & Saha, S. (2020). Indian youth’s willingness to pay for climate change policies. In Chakraborty et al. (Ed.), Contemporary Issues in Sustainable Development: The Case of India, Routledge.