Title: Full Professor
Office: L. William Seidman Center, 3066
Dr. Sonia Dalmia, Professor of Economics, earned her B.A. (Honors) degree in Economics and her B.Ed. degree in Economics and Mathematics at the University of Delhi in India. She also has M.A. degrees in Economics from the Delhi School of Economics and from the University of Oklahoma. Her Ph.D. in Economics is from the University of Iowa. Her teaching interests are in the economics of gender, applied microeconomics and mathematical economics.
Her current research is on marriage premium, gender bias and reproductive choice.
- PH.D., Economics, University of Iowa. (2000).
- MA, Economics, University of Oklahoma, Norman. (1994).
- B.Ed., Economics and Mathematics, University of Delhi, India. (1990).
- MA, Economics, Delhi School of Economics, India. (1989).
- BA, Economics (Honors), University of Delhi, India. (1987).
- Labor economics
- Applied econometrics
- Economic development
- Dalmia, S., Smith Kelly, C., Sicilian, P. (2012). Marital Matching Among US Residents: A Comparison by Region of Origin (1st ed., vol. 18, pp. 124-125). Atlanta, GA: International Advances in Economic Research.
- Dalmia, S. (2011). Assortative Mating, Family Characteristics and Marital Transactions in India. Journal of Applied Business and Economics.
- Dalmia, S. (2011). Marriage and Matching: Are Marriage Markets More Efficient in the US Compared to India? Journal of International Business and Economics, 11(2), 118-126.
- Editorial and Review Activities, Children and Youth Services, Editorial/Review Position, International. (October 2012 - Present).
- College, Department of Economics Search Committee, Committee Member. (September 2012 - Present).
- Community, Save India's Youth (SIY), Pro Bono Professional Service, International. (August 2012 - Present).