Research Area: Gender & Nutrition
Measuring Women’s Self-Help Group Performance in India
TCI-TARINA Policy Brief No. 7, May 2017
Guidelines for Assessing Women’s Empowerment in Agriculture
TCI-TARINA Training Manual No. 2, September 2016
Guidelines for Incorporating Dietary Diversity Metrics in Agriculture-Nutrition Surveys
TCI-TARINA Training Manual No. 1, June 2016
TARINA District Fact Sheet on Women’s Empowerment in Agriculture
TCI-TARINA District Fact Sheet No. 3, August 2019
TARINA District Fact Sheet on Maternal and Child Health
TCI-TARINA District Fact Sheet No. 2, May 2018
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...
Changes in Men’s and Women’s Economic Roles in Rural Indian Households, 2009-2014
Cornell University, 2019 Abstract: The purpose of my dissertation research is to examine the effect of men’s non-farm employment on women’s economic roles in rural India, as mediated by class, caste, and education. The main hypothesis of my dissertation is that changes in men’s time-allocation towards...
Pathways from Agriculture to Nutrition in India: The Role of Women’s Time Trade-Offs and Empowerment
Cornell University, 2019 Abstract: Agriculture plays a key role in improving nutrition as a significant proportion of the malnourished population lives in rural areas and depends on smallholder agriculture for their sustenance. About 30 percent of the labor force in agriculture in India are women, and...