Dr. Rupika Khanna
Ph.D.: Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow
Area: Economics and Public Policy
Dr. Rupika is a faculty in the Economics and Public Policy area at Indian Institute of Management Rohtak. She is a fellow in Economics from IIM Lucknow. Prior to joining IIM Rohtak, she has worked as an Assistant Professor at Institute of Management Technology, Ghaziabad. Her research is published in high-quality peer-reviewed journals. Some of her thesis papers have also won Best Paper/Cash Awards at conferences/consortiums organized by recognized institutions in India such as IIM Bangalore and IIT Kanpur. She has served as a reviewer for Applied Economics, Journal of Economic Studies and Singapore Economic Review.
Khanna, R. & Sharma, C. (2018). Testing the effect of investments in IT and R&D on labour productivity: new method and evidence for Indian firms. Economics Letters, 173(2018), 30-34.
Khanna, R. & Sharma, C. (2018). Do Infrastructure and Quality of Governance Matter for Manufacturing Productivity? Empirical Evidence from the Indian States. Journal of Economic Studies, 45(4), 829-854.
Raj, A. & Khanna, R. (2018). Benchmarking performance of governance quality in Indian states using MCDM. Benchmarking: An International Journal, 25(8), 2850-2874.
Khanna, R. & Sharma, C. (2018). Manufacturing Productivity in Indian States. Singapore Economic Review, 1-32.
Rao, D. T. & Khanna, R. (2015). Business practices of Indian cement industry: an evidence of possible cartelization. Economics, Management and Financial Markets, 10(4).
Khanna R. & Raj A. Special report: India and Switzerland: Pegging Business Complementarities and Future Opportunities. The Diplomatist, 4(9), 21-26 (Foreword by: Swiss Embassy, India)
List of Conference(s)/ Consortium(s):
Does infrastructure stimulate total factor productivity? A dynamic heterogeneous panel analysis for Indian manufacturing industries. Annual Workshop India KLEMS Research 2019, Centre for Development Economics, Delhi School of Economics (invitee)
Information technology and output growth: a comparison across sectors using micro-level data on Indian manufacturing, IME DC 2018, IIT Kanpur (received best paper award)
Infrastructure and manufacturing productivity in India: A dynamic heterogeneous panel approach. IMR DC 2018, IIM Bangalore (received best paper award)
Information technology and manufacturing growth. Asia-Pacific Productivity Conference (APPC’2018), Seoul National University, South Korea
Is infrastructure fueling manufacturing growth in the emerging economies? Evidence from TFP trends in India and China. China India Insights Conference (2018), INSEAD, Singapore (accepted)
Critical evaluation of the effects of infrastructure on manufacturing productivity: new evidence from major Asian economies. CoRe 2017, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai, established by Reserve Bank of India
ISB-IIMB Doctoral Consortium on Teaching 2017, Indian School of Business, Hyderabad
Does quality of governance matter for productivity: Evidence from the Indian States, PhD Consortium, SJM School of Management, IIT Bombay. PhD Consortium 2017, Shailesh J. Mehta School of Management, IIT Bombay
Refining state-level comparisons of productivity and governance quality. 4rd PAN-IIM World Management Conference 2016, IIM Ahmedabad