Full Papers and Extended Abstracts for IARIW 2024 General Conference Submissions

Theme 1: Infrastructure Measurement in the National Accounts and Sources of Economic Growth Analysis

An Exploration into the Conundrum of Jobless Growth in the Indian Economy – Full Paper

Dattatreya Mukhopadhyay (St. Xavier’s University Kolkata), Debasis Mukhopadhyay (Sreegopal Banerjee College Hooghly)

Theme 2: Revising the 2008 System of National Accounts

Alternative Output, Input and Income Concepts for the Production AccountsFull Paper

Kevin J. Fox (UNSW Sydney), Erwin Diewert (University of British Columbia and UNSW Sydney)

Theme 7: The Social Implications of Economic Insecurity

COVID-19 Pandemic’s Impact On Young Female Migrant Workers In Thua Thien Hue province, Viet Nam: Assessing Risk, Vulnerability, And ResilienceFull Paper

Nguyet Anh Thi Tran (University of Agriculture and Forestry, Hue University, Viet Nam)

Inequality, Populism and Voting Behaviour: A study on post-colonial developing economiesExtended Abstract

Sugata Sen (Panskura Banamali College (Autonomous), INDIA), Soumitra Kundu (Narasinha Dutt College, INDIA), Susmita Banerjee (Charuchandra College, INDIA), Partha Pratim Ghosh (St. Xavier’s College Kolkata (Autonomous), INDIA)

The Mediating Role of Income Inequality in the Relationship between Manufacturing Job Losses and ProtectionismExtended Abstract

Ahlidin Malikov (University of Westminster, London. Westminster International University in Tashkent)

Theme 9: Poverty Measurements: Opportunities and Pitfalls, with Particular Reference to Global Aspects

Where is Poverty Concentrated? The New Evidence based on Globally Consistent Urban and Poverty MeasurementsFull Paper

Shohei Nakamura (World Bank), Pierre-Philippe Combes (Sciences Po), Robin Moellerherm (Heidelberg University), Charlotte Robert (Heidelberg University), Mark Roberts (World Bank), Benjamin Stewart (World Bank)

Theme 11: Further Improving Household Distributional Results with Particular Reference to Adjusting the Top of the Distribution

Roadmap to Wealth: Analyzing Wealth as a Micro-level Outcome VariableFull Paper

Marion Leturcq (French Institute for Demographic Studies (INED)), Philipp M. Lersch (DIW Berlin/SOEP & Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin), Franziska Sesser (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)

Theme 12: Measuring Well-being for Policy: Theory and Application

The economic-adjusted age dependency ratio in India: a new measure for understanding economic burden of ageingFull Paper

Varsha Na Rani (International Institute For Population Sciences, Mumbai (India))

Theme 13: Other

The Structural Transformation of Transition EconomiesFull Paper

Calumn Hamilton (Groningen Growth and Development Centre), Gaaitzen De Vries (Groningen Growth and Development Centre)

Manufacturing Activity and Inequality in IndiaFull Paper

Balu Pawde (Ph.D. Scholar, IIT Bombay)