Associate Professor • Member of the Doctoral Faculty at CUNY’s Graduate Center
Ph.D. Economics, New York University, 1998
Fields: Macroeconomics, Econometrics
Office: HW 1530
Web Page: http://econ.hunter.cuny.edu/spratap/
Professor Pratap joined the economics department in the Spring of 2006. She was an Assistant Professor and Fellow at Centro de Investigación Económica Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México, Mexico prior to joining the department. Her research and teaching interests include Macroeconomics, Development Economics and Econometrics.
Financial Frictions and Total Factor Productivity: Accounting for the real effects of financial crises (with Carlos Urrutia) Review of Economic Dynamics, 2012
Financial Crises and Labor Market Turbulence (with Erwan Quintin) Journal of Monetary Economics, 2011
Labor Markets in Turbulent Times: Some Evidence from Mexico (with Erwan Quintin) 2008.
The Informal Sector in Developing Countries: Output, Assets and Employment (with Erwan Quintin) in J. Davies (ed) Personal Wealth from a Global Perspective, Oxford University Press, 2008.
Are Labor Markets Segmented in Argentina: A Semi Parametric Approach (with Erwan Quintin) European Economic Review, 2006
Financial Market Discipline in early 20th century Mexico (with Elisabeth Huybens and Astrid Luce) Journal of Economic History, 2005
Firm Dynamics, Investment & Debt Portfolios: Balance Sheet Effects of the Mexican Crisis of 1994 (with Carlos Urrutia) Journal of Development Economics, 2004
Do Adjustment Costs Explain Investment Cash Flow Insensitivity? Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 2003
Firm Investment Under Imperfect Capital Markets: A Structural Estimation (with Silvio Rendón) Review of Economic Dynamics, 2003
Debt Composition and Balance Sheet Effects of Exchange Rate Volatility in Mexico: A Firm Level Analysis (with Ignacio Lobato and Alejandro Somuano) Emerging Markets Review, 2003