Phanindra V. Wunnava
David K. Smith '42 Chair in Applied Economics
PHANINDRA V. WUNNAVA's short bio
He was trained under a noted labor economist Solomon Polachek of State University of New York-Binghamton, and received a Ph.D. in economics in 1986. His fields of interest are applied econometrics and labor economics. Wunnava received his Bachelor of Commerce and Master of Commerce degrees from the Andhra University (India), Master of Arts and Doctor of Arts degrees in economics from the University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida.
Wunnava's articles appeared in wide range of scholarly journals (such as Review of Economics and Statistics, Southern Economic Journal, Journal of Labor Research, Economics Letters, Economic Development and Cultural Change, Empirical Economics, Eastern Economic Journal, Applied Economics, Applied Financial Economics, Applied Economics Letters, American Journal of Economics and Sociology, Small Business Economics, Economics of Education Review, American Economist, Journal of Business and Economic Studies, North American Journal of Economics and Finance, Journal of Forensic Economics, The Empirical Economics Letters, International Journal of Applied Economics, Review of International Economics, Technology and Investment, Empirical Economics, Social Science Quarterly, Journal of International Trade and Economic Development, and Economic Modelling) covering the areas of life-cycle union non-union wage/benefit differentials, firm size effects, gender and racial wage differentials, efficiency wage models, charitable contributions towards higher education, disincentive effects of unemployment insurance, infant mortality, effect of net foreign investment on manufacturing productivity, time-series properties of the north American unemployment rates and Asian stock markets, the effect of political regimes on economic growth, fertility determinants, determinants of internet diffusion, the economics of optimal currency area, braindrain, linking financial liberalization and remittences, linking globalization with ethnic division, and linking remittences with income inequality. He routinely serves as a referee for a number of scholarly journals.
He also co-edited New Approaches to Economic
and Social Analyses of Discrimination (with Richard R. Cornwall)
Praeger 1991 Link
of Contents, Preface, and List of Contributors, Immigrants
and Immigration Policy: Individual Skills, Family Ties, and Group Identities
(with Harriet Duleep) JAI Press 1996 Link
to Table of Contents, List of Contributors, and Preface,
and Changing Role of Unions: New Forms of Representation,
M. E. Sharpe 2004 -- has been recognized by the Industrial Relations Section
of Princeton University as one of the twelve
in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics for 2004.
Table of Contents, Preface, Major Themes, and List of Contributors.