• BA (Hons) in Economics, Miranda House, University of Delhi
• MA Economics, Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, Pune
• UGC-NET, 2015
• Indian Economy
I have completed my BA (Hons) in Economics from Miranda House, University of Delhi and MA in Economics from Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, Pune. I also qualified for UGC-NET in 2015.
I have five years of research experience in the public policy domain. Earlier, I have worked as a Research Associate with the Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER), a policy research think-tank based in New Delhi. I have also co-authored a number of publications on public policy related issues. My research interests broadly lie in economics of health & education and I am passionate about teaching Indian Economy, Micro Economics and Macro Economics.
1. Streamlining food safety compliance ecosystem in India: Facilitating ease of doing business in India’s food sector. Year 2019. New Delhi: Academic Foundation.
2. Freedoms, Fragility and Job Creation: Perspectives from Jammu & Kashmir, India. Year 2018. Singapore: Springer.
3. The European destination as a preferred destination for Indian migrants? Prospects, patterns, policies and challenges. In Rajan, Irudaya (ed.) India Migration Report 2018: Migrants in Europe. Routledge, New Delhi.
4. Antimicrobial resistance: The next big epidemic. Year 2017. In International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health, 4(8).
5. Prevention of chronic diseases: Reorienting primary health systems in India. ICRIER Working Paper 321 and ICRIER-HPI policy brief # 3. May 2016.
6. Deconstructing Indian Overseas Foreign Direct Investments (OFDI): Historical and Contemporary Trends. Year 2018. OXFAM India.
7. Traditional and Complementary Systems of Medicine : Study of select G20 countries. Ministry of Finance, India and DFID, UK. Year 2019. Certain parts of the research were also published in the form of a Kindle book (https://rb.gy/9e8u7z).
8. Synchronized Surveillance Systems: How G20 should tackle antimicrobial resistance. Ministry of Finance, India and DFID, UK. Year 2018. Certain parts of the research were also published in the form of a Kindle book (https://rb.gy/hxslqm).
9. India-EU Migration and Mobility: A Status Report. Year 2018. Submitted to ILO India, the report is not in public domain.
10. Newspaper column: Universal Health Coverage: Why non-communicable diseases cannot be left behind. The Financial Express.