Priyoma Mustafi is a Ph.D. Candidate in Economics, in the Department of Economics. My research interests lie in the field of Development and Behavioral Economics. Specifically, I am interested in exploring the gender differences to social recognition, gendered norms and information diffusion in households, as well as misreporting among public sector employees. I explore most of these topics with a regional focus on South Asia and employ both (lab and field) experimental and observational research methods. Currently I have field work based in Pakistan and India.