Pallavi Shukla

Pallavi Shukla

Development Economics, Applied Economics
Phone: 734-358-0209

Professional Links

Personal Website: Personal Website


University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Masters in Public Policy, 2013

University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, M.A. in Applied Economics, 2013

Institute of Rural Management (India), Post Graduate Program, 2009

Nagpur University (India), Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics & Telecommunications, 2006

Teaching Experience

Graduate Student Instructor for ACE 251 World Food Economy at UIUC for Professor Alex Winter-Nelson. Fall 2015, Spring 2015 and Spring 2014.

Graduate Student Instructor for ACE 454 Economic Development of Tropical Africa at UIUC for Professor Allen-Smith. Fall 2014.

Publications and Working Papers


Learning by Doing: Subsidizing Technology in the Short-Run to Promote Adoption in the Long-Run (Job Market Paper)

Choosing Plan B over Plan A: Risk Compensation Theory and Contraceptive Choice in India with Mary Arends-Kuenning and Hemant Pullabhotla (Revise and resubmit in Demography)

Can Information Drive Investment in Health? Evidence from a Field Experiment in India with Kathy Baylis, Hemant Pullabhotla and Gowthami Venkateswaran

The Domino’s Effect: Impact of Fast Food Chains on Urban Health in India with Gowthami Venkateswaran

“Aggregate Income Shocks, Agricultural Production and Resilience: Case of Demonetization in India” with Kathy Baylis

Thesis Information

"Three Essays on Agriculture Policy and Health in India"
Advisor: Kathy Baylis and Mary Arends-Kuenning