Pratiti joined the UNSW Business School in 2018, after completing her PhD from the University of California, Irvine. She is a Macroeconomist with interests in Monetary Economics, International Economics and Macroeconometrics.
Pratiti’s research explores the different channels through which macroeconomic uncertainty impacts real activity. Her work contributes - both empirically and theoretically - to this growing field by explicitly addressing the role of macroeconomic uncertainty in explaining business cycles across countries as well as understanding policy implications.
In addition to analyzing the impact of uncertainty shocks, Pratiti is also interested in behavioral macro-models of learning where the assumption of rational expectations is relaxed.
You can find more information on Pratiti's personal website