Assistant Professorial Lecturer
Sanchari Choudhury joined the Graham School of Management in fall 2018 after earning her Ph.D. in Economics from Southern Methodist University (Dallas, TX) in May 2018. Her current research interests lie in the areas of Applied Econometrics, Political Economy and Development. She teaches Economics at both the undergraduate and graduate level.
"Governmental Decentralization and Corruption Revisited: Accounting for Potential Endogeneity." Economics Letters, 2015, 136, 218-222.
- "Regulation and U.S. State-Level Corruption." - R&R at Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics
- "WTO Membership and Corruption." - R&R at European Journal of Political Economy
Work in Progress
- "Decentralization and Corruption when Selection into Entrepreneurship is Nonrandom."
- "Regulatory Races Revisited," with Jayjit Roy (ASU).
Recent Conference and Seminar Presentations
- STATA Conference, Columbus, Ohio, July 19-20
- North American Summer Meeting of the Econometric Society, Davis, California, June 21-24
- 87th Annual Southern Economic Association Conference, Tampa, November 17-19
- Brown Bag Seminar, Department of Economics, SMU, October 4
- Stata Texas Empirical Micro Conference (poster), University of Texas, Austin, September 15-16
- 92nd Annual Western Economic Association International Conference, San Diego, June 25-29