Author: Soumya Gupta
COVID-19 and Women’s Nutrition Security: Panel Data Evidence from Rural India
Economia Politica, 2021
Three Essays On Agriculture – Nutrition Linkages: Women’s Iron Status and Empowerment In Agriculture In Chandrapur, India
Cornell University, 2016 Abstract: Agriculture based approaches are increasingly being propagated for tackling micronutrient malnutrition. Women constitute 30% of the agricultural labor force in India. However very little research has systematically examined the connection between farming systems and the status of women, that is their level...
Women’s Empowerment in Indian Agriculture: Does Market Orientation of Farming Systems Matter?
Food Security, November 2017
Adapting the Women’s Empowerment in Agriculture Index to Specific Country Context: Insights and Critiques from Fieldwork in India
Global Food Security, Volume 23, Online: September 2019
Women’s Empowerment and Nutrition Status: The Case of Iron Deficiency in India
Food Policy, Online: September 2019
Nutritional Outcomes of Empowerment and Market Integration for Women in Rural India
Food Security, Volume 11, 1243–1256 (2019)
Market Access, Production Diversity, and Diet Diversity: Evidence From India
Food and Nutrition Bulletin, Online: June 2020
Are Women in Rural India Really Consuming a Less Diverse Diet?
Food and Nutrition Bulletin, Online: August 2020
Ground Truthing the Cost of Achieving the EAT Lancet Recommended Diets: Evidence from Rural India
Global Food Security, Volume 28, March 2021
Linking women’s empowerment, iron deficiency and farming systems in Chandrapur, Maharashtra
TCi Scholar Soumya Gupta , a Ph.D. candidate in applied economics and management at Cornell University, reports about her fieldwork in the Chandrapur district of Maharashtra, India, where she is studying how women’s empowerment and participation in agriculture differs across…