Karmini works at the intersection of economics of gender, development economics and experimental economics. She has used randomized controlled trials, lab-in-the-field experiments and laboratory experiments to understand deterrence of sexual harassment, gender segregation, and discrimination. One strand of her work aims to understand what constrains institutions and organizations in providing a safe environment for women to work or study in and understanding how that affects real outcomes for women. More recently she is working on projects related to gender inequalities in health care utilization and role of technology in reducing sexual harassment. Karmini completed her PhD in Economics in 2022 from University of Warwick and will join Imperial College London Business school as an assistant professor in Economics and Public Policy.

Professional Education

  • Master of Arts, University Of Delhi (2013)
  • Bachelor of Arts, University Of Delhi (2011)
  • Doctor of Philosophy, University of Warwick (2022)
  • PhD in Economics, University of Warwick, Economics (2022)
  • Masters of Research, University of Warwick, Economics (2017)
  • Masters of Economics, Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi, Economics (2013)
  • Bachelors of Economics, Miranda House, University of Delhi, Economics (2011)