Dr. Azad P
Dr. Azad P

Dr. Azad P

Assistant Professor

E-mail id: [email protected]

Area: Applied Economics

Affiliation: MES Kalladi College, Mannarkkad

Qualification: MA, UGC NET, MPhil, Ph.D

Teaching Experience: 11 Years

MA, M.Phil, NET
Applied Micro-econometrics, Labour Economics, Economic Inequalities, Happiness Economics, Migration, and Topical Issues
Minor Research Project on "Gender Inequality in Unpaid work in India: An Examination of its Regional and Inter-state Differences", ICFAI University Hyderabad
Paper titled 'How to Combat Covid 19: Lessons from Kerala Experience' in edited Book Covid 19:Unmasking the post pandemic realities, Mathew, Jomon and Jins Varkey(Editors) 2020, DC Books Kottayam, ISBN: 978-93-5390-552-1, https://dcbookstore.com/books/-covid-19-unmasking-the-post-pandemic-realities-405308641646
How do Linguistic and Technical Skills Affect Earnings in India”, Springer, Indian Economic Review, Delhi School of Economics, 12-May- 2022

"Has Emigration Perked Up Entrepreneurship Among Return Migrants in Kerala? Findings from a Survey in a High Migration Density District," The Indian Journal of Labour Economics, Springer;The Indian Society of Labour Economics (ISLE), vol. 64(3), pages 769-786, September,2021.

“Methodological and Econometric Issues in the Wage Determination between the Inmigrant and Local Labourers,” Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 57, Issue No. 7, 12 Feb, 2022
“Hazard Analysis of Unemployment Duration of Return Migrants: The Case of Indian State of Kerala”, Springer, Journal of Quantitative Economics(JQE), Indian Econometrics Society(TIES), 2022.

“Kerala's electoral victory 2021: Has the politics of behavioural nudging paid off?,” Journal of Public Affairs, Wiley, 10.1002/pa.2798, 30-Agu-2021.

“Effectiveness of public policy in reviving the COVID-19 hit economy: Evidences from Kerala, India,” Journal of Public Affairs, Wiley, e2794, 18 November 2021.

“Covid Induced Economic Shock and its Impact on the income of the on Income of the people in India”, Journal of Rural Development, Vol. 40 No.(1) pp 1-12, March 2021

“Livelihood Vulnerability, Policy Response of State and Coping Strategies during COVID-19: A Study of Informal Workers in Kerala, India”, (Accepted by Economic and Political Weekly on 17th April, 2021).

“How do workers sustain Covid –induced labour market shock: Evidence from the Indian state of Kerala”, Sage, Indian Economic Journal, Indian Economic Association(IEA) Vol 69(3), 31 March 2021.

Labour market absorption of return migrants in Kerala, Indian Journal of Economics, Vol:XCVII, PART-III, January, 2018.

What Promotes Happiness of Indians? Empirical Evidence from World Values Survey, Indian Journal of Economics, No. 402, Vol. CI,PART-111, January 2021.
Indian Economic Association