Dr. Soumya Gupta
Professional title: Research Economist
Soumya Gupta is a research economist at TCI. Her research interests lie at the intersections of food security, agriculture, and maternal and child nutrition. Soumya received her PhD from Cornell University’s Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management. She was awarded the inaugural Paula Kantor Award for Excellence in Field Research by the International Council for Research on Women. Soumya has a master’s degree in economics from the Jawaharlal Nehru University and a bachelor’s degree in economics from Delhi University in India. She has extensive research and teaching experience in India prior to joining Cornell.
- Food, Agriculture, and Nutrition in Bihar: Getting to Zero Hunger
- COVID-19 and Women’s Nutrition Security: Panel Data Evidence from Rural India
- Ground Truthing the Cost of Achieving the EAT Lancet Recommended Diets: Evidence from Rural India
- Are Women in Rural India Really Consuming a Less Diverse Diet?
- Three Essays On Agriculture – Nutrition Linkages: Women’s Iron Status and Empowerment In Agriculture In Chandrapur, India
- Market Access, Production Diversity, and Diet Diversity: Evidence From India
- Nutritional Outcomes of Empowerment and Market Integration for Women in Rural India
- Women’s Empowerment and Nutrition Status: The Case of Iron Deficiency in India
- Adapting the Women’s Empowerment in Agriculture Index to Specific Country Context: Insights and Critiques from Fieldwork in India
- TARINA District Fact Sheet on Women’s Empowerment in Agriculture
- TARINA District Fact Sheet on Maternal and Child Health
- TARINA District Fact Sheet on Dietary Diversity
- Women’s Empowerment in Indian Agriculture: Does Market Orientation of Farming Systems Matter?
- Guidelines for Assessing Women’s Empowerment in Agriculture
- Guidelines for Incorporating Dietary Diversity Metrics in Agriculture-Nutrition Surveys