Staff Profile:Dr Neha Hui

Dr Neha Hui
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Labour economics, economic history, economics of development, economics of gender, migration, game theory.

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Other publications (not available on centaur):

  • 2013 'Gender Implications of Tax Policies' Working Paper, Centre for Budget and Governance Accountability
  • 2012 'Adoption of a Transactions Cost Approach to Brothel-Based Sex Work: Case of GB Road, New Delhi, India' Indian Journal of Labour Economics Volume 55, No. 3
  • 2011 Book review 'Theories of Development: Contentions, Arguments, Alternatives (2nd ed.) by Richard Peet and Elaine Hartwick' Canadian Geographer Volume 55, Issue 3


I am a British Academy postdoctoral fellow at the University of Reading. I am currently researching post-emancipation indentured labour migration from the Indian Subcontinent to the West Indies in the period between 1840s and 1914. Before joining the University of Reading I was a visiting postdoctoral fellow at Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg where I looked at the relationship between political conflict and domestic violence in Nigeria. I completed my PhD at the University of Reading in 2017 and my area of research was labour market and well-being outcomes of women in sex work and domestic work.


PhD: University of Reading, United Kingdom; MPhil: Centre for Development Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India; MA: Jawaharlal Nehru University, India; BA: Viswabharati, India.

Neha Hui

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