Dr. Vidya Vemireddy
Vidya Vemireddy completed her PhD in applied economics and management at Cornell’s Dyson School in May 2019. After graduating, she joined the Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIMA). Vidya is interested in development economics and, in particular, exploring the linkages between agriculture and development. Her research explores agricultural economics, nutrition, gender, and international development. Prior to joining Cornell, Vidya received a master’s degree in economics from Boston University and a bachelor’s degree from Delhi’s Lady Shri Ram College for Women. She enjoys traveling and food blogging. In her view, her experience with social work and travel has helped her to understand the intricacies and complexities of the societies she cares about.
- Seasonal Time Trade-Offs and Nutrition Outcomes for Women in Agriculture: Evidence from Rural India
- Ground Truthing the Cost of Achieving the EAT Lancet Recommended Diets: Evidence from Rural India
- Pathways from Agriculture to Nutrition in India: The Role of Women’s Time Trade-Offs and Empowerment
- Nutritional Outcomes of Empowerment and Market Integration for Women in Rural India
- Adapting the Women’s Empowerment in Agriculture Index to Specific Country Context: Insights and Critiques from Fieldwork in India