2016 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
1997 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
1993 - Fellows of the Econometric Society
Debraj Ray mainly focuses on Mathematical economics, Microeconomics, Polarization, Econometrics and Stochastic game. Mathematical economics is frequently linked to Characteristic function in his study. The Microeconomics study combines topics in areas such as Characterization and Discounting.
His Polarization study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ethnic conflict and Ethnic history. Debraj Ray focuses mostly in the field of Econometrics, narrowing it down to matters related to Income distribution and, in some cases, Public finance and International economics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Outcome, Participation constraint and Set in addition to Transferable utility.
His primary areas of investigation include Mathematical economics, Microeconomics, Labour economics, Stochastic game and Developing country. Mathematical economics and Characteristic function are commonly linked in his work. His Microeconomics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Consumption and Welfare.
His research in Labour economics intersects with topics in Asset, General equilibrium theory, Human capital, Distribution and Unemployment. The concepts of his Stochastic game study are interwoven with issues in Nash equilibrium and Principal. He combines subjects such as Developed country, Demography and Demographic economics with his study of Developing country.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Mathematical economics, Developing country, Distribution, Baseline and Labour economics. Debraj Ray is studying Nash equilibrium, which is a component of Mathematical economics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Developed country, Demography and Development economics.
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Debraj Ray mostly deals with Distribution, Labour economics, Developing country, Development economics and Social conflict. His Distribution research includes themes of Standard of living and Investment. Debraj Ray interconnects Capital and Demographic economics in the investigation of issues within Investment.
Debraj Ray has included themes like Incentive, Economic mobility and Income distribution in his Labour economics study. His Development economics research incorporates a variety of disciplines, including Unrest, Conflict theories, Cultural conflict and Hinduism. His Social conflict study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Resentment.
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ON THE MEASUREMENT OF POLARIZATION
Joan-Maria Esteban;Debraj Ray.
Polarization: Concepts, measurement, estimation
Jean Yves Duclos;Joan Esteban;Debraj Ray.
Conflict and Distribution
Joan Esteban;Debraj Ray;Debraj Ray.
Journal of Economic Theory (1999)
Aspirations, Poverty and Economic Change
Inequality as a Determinant of Malnutrition and Unemployment: Policy
Partha Dasgupta;Debraj Ray.
The Economic Journal (1986)
A Theory of Endogenous Coalition Structures
Debraj Ray;Debraj Ray;Rakesh V. Vohra.
Games and Economic Behavior (1999)
Equilibrium Binding Agreements
Debraj Ray;Debraj Ray;Rajiv Vohra;Rajiv Vohra.
Journal of Economic Theory (1997)
Ethnicity and Conflict: An Empirical Study †
Joan Esteban;Laura Mayoral;Debraj Ray.
The American Economic Review (2012)
An Extension of a Measure of Polarization, with an application to the income distribution of five OECD countries
Joan Esteban;Carlos Gradín;Debraj Ray;Debraj Ray.
Journal of Economic Inequality (2007)
Cooperation in Community Interaction Without Information Flows
Parikshit Ghosh;Debraj Ray.
The Review of Economic Studies (1996)
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