Shubho Roy

University of Chicago

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Shubho Roy is a JSD candidate at the University of Chicago. He works in law, economics and public choice theory. Shubho's current research projects focus on international taxation, judicial delays and housing regulation. His thesis attemps to understand incentives at the state level for why cities around the world have slums. More broadly, Shubho is interested in explaining unexpected outcomes in society through the incentives created through the legal system.

Prior to joining the University of Chicago, Shubho was a researcher at the National Institute of Public Finance and Policy in New Delhi, India. His work involved legal and policy research in financial regulation, capital control, bankruptcy, and health laws.

Shubho has an LL.B. from the West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences and was a Clerk to a judge of the Supreme Court of India.

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Retired bureaucrats on the board of directors: Do they improve firm performance

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Legal system reforms: A community approach to legal system reform

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Legal system reforms: Better decisions by litigants: some quantitative pathways

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Measuring Tax Treaties: Why India gets investment from Mauritius

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