Susmita Chatterjee

Post-doctoral Scholar

Susmita Chatterjee is a Post-doctoral Scholar at CDDEP.  Her research interests include economic burden studies and the cost-effectiveness of different interventions.  She previously worked as an Economist at the National Institute of Cholera and Enteric Diseases, Kolkata.  Her past projects include studying the private demand for cholera and typhoid vaccines in Kolkata and their cost effectivenessas well as assessing the impact of HIV targeted interventions in India. In 2008, she was the recipient of an Asia Fellows Award grant from the Asian Scholarship Foundation in Bangkok, Thailand for research on the economic valuation of diabetes and its consequences in Thailand. She completed her Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Calcutta, India.


4 Dec 2014

What is the cost-effectiveness of policies that expand the use of aspirin, injection streptokinase, beta-blockers, angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors, and statins for in India for treatment...

10 Aug 2014

How would increasing immunization coverage and introducing a rotavirus vaccine affect the disease and financial burden of vaccine-preventable illnesses in India?

22 Jul 2013

Institutional care is a growing component of health care costs in low- and middle-income countries, but local health planners in these countries have inadequate knowledge of the costs of different...

10 Jun 2013

Despite a growing volume of surgical procedures in low-income and middle-income countries, the costs of these procedures are not well understood. We estimated...

13 Feb 2011

What arethe costs of illness for diabetic patients with varying levels of disability inThailand?