Jyoti Khanna - Economics Faculty - Colgate University

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Jyoti Khanna

Professor of Economics; Chair of Economics
Economics, 214 Persson Hall
p 315-228-7527

Degree

BA, Delhi University, India, 1982; MA, University of Zambia, 1984; PhD, Iowa State University, 1990

Teaching Experience

Cleveland State University, 1990-92

Specialties

Public economics, statistics, microeconomics, international economics

Interests

Private provision of public goods, nonprofit organization

Publications

  • "Partners in Giving: the Crowding-in Effects of UK Government Grants" with T. Sandler (European Economic Review, Vol. 44, No. 3, July 2000);
  • "Demand for UN Peacekeeping: 1975-96" (Kyklos, Vol. 52, 1999);
  • "Sharing the Financial Burden for U.N. and NATO Peacekeeping, 1976-1996" with T. Sandler and H. Shimizu (Journal of Conflict Resolution, Vol. 42, 1998);
  • "Conscription, Peacekeeping and Foreign Assistance: NATO Burden Sharing in the Post Cold-War Era (Defense and Peace Economics, Vol.8, 1997);
  • "The Ivory Trade Ban: Is it Effective?" with J. Harford (Ecological Economics, 19, 1996);
  • "NATO Burden Sharing: 1960-1992" with T. Sandler (Defense and Peace Economics, Vol. 7, March 1996);
  • "Charity Donations in the UK: New Evidence Based on Panel Data" with J. Posnett and T. Sandler (Journal of Public Economics, 56, 1995);
  • "State Government Demand for Agricultural Research: A Public Goods Perspective" (Review of Economics & Statistics, Vol. LXXVI, No. 2, 1994);
  • "Cooperative Versus Noncooperative Behavior: The Case of Agricultural Research" (Review of Economics & Statistics, Vol. LXXV, No. 2, 1993);
  • "Fixed Grants and Supply of Public Goods: The Case of Agricultural Research" (Public Finance Quarterly, Vol. 20, No. 2, 1992)
Working Papers:
  • "Bribing Away the Bribes: A Model of International Anti-Corruption Efforts," (with Jeff Baldani), 2006;
  • "Bringing in the Middleman: Corruption, Tradition and Growth in India," (with Michael Johnston), 2006

Distinctions

Quality of Research Discovery Award from the American Agricultural Economics Association, 1995