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Post Doctoral Fellow


Dr Rakhi Verma

Rakhi completed her PhD from Trinity College Dublin, Ireland in 2012. Rakhi’s research has focused on macro-economics and firm level factors behind ov​erseas investment by pharmaceutical firms from emerging markets. She also holds an M.B.A and a B.S. degree in life sciences.  Her current research interest lies in economics of ageing, healthcare & economic policy, psyc​ho-social issues facing the elderly. 
 
Email:  rakhi.verma@ntu.edu.sg
 
 
 
​​ ​Selected Publications
 
1. Verma R, Brennan L (2017) Emerging-economy firms’ FDI motivations: the case of Indian pharmaceutical MNEs in Ireland, Journal of International Business & Entrepreneurship Development, 10(1): 21 - 53. 
 
2. Brennan L, Verma R (2013) Inward FDI in Ireland and its policy context: An update Columbia FDI Profiles. March 27, 2013: 1-14.
 
3. Brennan L, Verma R (2013) Outward FDI in Ireland and its policy context. Columbia FDI Profiles. Feb. 12, 2013: 1-13.
 
4. Verma R, Brennan L (2012) An analysis of macroeconomic determinants of Indian outward foreign direct investment In: Emerging Economies and Firms in the Global Crisis, Palgrave Macmillan: UK. pp.  137-153.
 
5. Verma R, Brennan L (2011) The influence of exports on outward foreign direct investment: the case of India. In: Huston E, Sinkovics RR and Berrill J (Eds.), Firm-Level Internationalization Regionalism and Globalization Palgrave Macmillan: UK, pp. 113-125.
 
6. Brennan L, Verma R (2011) Ireland inward FDI and its policy context, 2010. In: Sauvant KP, Jost T, Davies K and Garces AMP (Eds.), Inward and Outward FDI Country Profiles, New York, Vale Columbia Center on Sustainable International Investment, pp. 130-142.
 
7. Verma R, Brennan L (2011) The investment development path theory: evidence from India. International Journal of Emerging Markets. 6(1): 74-89. 
 
8. Brennan L, Verma R (2010) Inward FDI in Ireland and its policy context. Columbia FDI Profiles. Oct. 7, 2010: 1-14.
 
 
 
 Research Interests
 
Health Policy, Psycho-social factors affecting wellbeing, health economics and management​
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