Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs

Poulomi Chakrabarti — Two Logics of Middle Class Collective Action: Evidence from India

Thursday, May 4, 2017

4 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Birkelund Board Room

+ Google Calendar05/04/2017 16:0005/04/2017 17:00America/New_YorkPoulomi Chakrabarti — Two Logics of Middle Class Collective Action: Evidence from IndiaPoulomi Chakrabarti is a PhD Candidate in Political Science. Chakrabarti's dissertation project explores the determinants of sub-national variation in developmental regimes in India. She is interested in how the class and ethnic backgrounds of political elites and their electoral bases shapes the policy priorities of the state. She plans to begin research for her project this summer by exploring archival resources in the United States and India.Birkelund Board RoomMM/DD/YYYY
+ iCal/Outlook05/04/2017 16:0005/04/2017 17:00America/New_YorkPoulomi Chakrabarti — Two Logics of Middle Class Collective Action: Evidence from IndiaPoulomi Chakrabarti is a PhD Candidate in Political Science. Chakrabarti's dissertation project explores the determinants of sub-national variation in developmental regimes in India. She is interested in how the class and ethnic backgrounds of political elites and their electoral bases shapes the policy priorities of the state. She plans to begin research for her project this summer by exploring archival resources in the United States and India.Birkelund Board RoomMM/DD/YYYY

Poulomi Chakrabarti is a PhD Candidate in Political Science. Chakrabarti's dissertation project explores the determinants of sub-national variation in developmental regimes in India. She is interested in how the class and ethnic backgrounds of political elites and their electoral bases shapes the policy priorities of the state. She plans to begin research for her project this summer by exploring archival resources in the United States and India.

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