I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at Azim Premji University, India. I specialize in the economics of crime and bias-motivation. I use causal inference methods to examine policy relevant questions using various interesting secondary data sources. I also have work in health economics, especially health policy, with an emphasis on social security and disability insurance. I am currently in the process of developing research in the area of economics of religion.
I currently teach microeconomic theory, empirical methods, and data analysis using softwares such as R and Stata at both undergraduate and graduate levels.
Room 217, Kaveri Sangama
Azim Premji University
Burugunte Village, Survey No 66, Bikkanahalli Main Rd, Sarjapura, Bengaluru, Karnataka 562125
Email: indulekha 'dot' guha 'at' apu 'dot' edu