I am Assistant Professor in the Global Economies and Markets group at the Darden School of Business, University of Virginia. I completed my PhD in Economics from Yale University in 2019.

My research is at the intersection of Labor and Development economics. It examines how barriers and frictions in the labor market impact production decisions of a firm, as well as affect job search, retention and employment outcomes of workers, particularly women. I also study the role of socio-political institutions in affecting these barriers, and how policy reforms and new technologies may help mitigate them.

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Email: ChiplunkarG [at] darden [dot] virginia [dot] edu
Phone: +1 434 924 4849