Research interests. Professor Mishra’s research focuses on modelling the complex interaction of agents and predicting their behaviour in an environment of embedded uncertainty, be it the context of macroeconomics, financial economics, strategy and entrepreneurship, or within the ambit of social, medical and psychological settings.
Empirical Economics, March 1996, Vol. 21, pp. 113-135 (with Andrew Bernard). Download the working paper version in Acrobat PDF format. We examine the sources of aggregate labor productivity movements and convergence in the U.S. states from 1963 to 1989.