Diganta Mukherjee

Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi - Economic Research Unit

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203 B. T. Road

Calcutta, 700 035

India

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1.

'Arranged' Marriage, Dowry and Female Literacy in a Transitional Society

CREDIT Research Paper No. 03/12
Number of pages: 41 Posted: 14 Nov 2003
Indraneel Dasgupta and Diganta Mukherjee
Durham University - Department of Economics and Finance and Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi - Economic Research Unit
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Arranged Marriage, Dowry, Female literacy, Marriage markets, Stable marriage allocation, Child labour

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Multifactor Capital Asset Pricing Model Under Alternative Distributional Specification

8th Capital Markets Conference, Indian Institute of Capital Markets Paper
Number of pages: 25 Posted: 29 Dec 2005
Diganta Mukherjee and Amit Kumar Mishra
Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi - Economic Research Unit and Indian Statistical Institute
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Multifactor model, Univariate Kernal smoothing, distribution of returns, capital asset pricing model

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Premature Mortality and Poverty Measurement

Bulletin of Economic Research, Vol. 59, No. 4, pp. 339-359, October 2007
Number of pages: 21 Posted: 21 Sep 2007
Ravi Kanbur and Diganta Mukherjee
Cornell University and Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi - Economic Research Unit
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On Intermediate Headcount Indices of Poverty

Bulletin of Economic Research, Vol. 70, Issue 4, pp. 443-451, 2018
Number of pages: 9 Posted: 10 Oct 2018
S. Subramanian and Diganta Mukherjee
Independent and Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi - Economic Research Unit
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absolute headcount measure, intermediate headcount measure, population focus, relative headcount measure, replication invariance, scale invariance, translation invariance