Sudipta Sarangi is Professor and Department Head of Economics at Virginia Tech. Prior to this, he has been a Distinguished Professor at Louisiana State University and a Program Director at the National Science Foundation. His research interests range from network theory, experimental and behavioural economics, to development economics. He is a research associate of the University of Lyon-St. Etienne, and the Lima School of Economics, a consultant to organizations like the World Bank and FAO and serves on the editorial boards of several journals. His book The Economics of Small Things which explains economics using everyday phenomena was recently released.
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