Dr. Brinda Viswanathan
Professor & Dean Research
Tel : (91) 044 - 22300304
Email : email@example.com
- Current Research
Ph.D., IGIDR, Mumbai, 1998,
P.G. Diploma in Development Policy, IGIDR, Mumbai, 1993
MSc. Statistics, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, 1992
BSc. Statistics, University of Lucknow, 1989
(1) Krishnakumar, J. and B. Viswanathan
(2021), “Role of Social and Institutional Factors in Indian Women’s Labour Force Participation and Hours Worked, Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy, 26:2, 230-251.
(2) Barve Sonal, K.S. Kavi Kumar and B. Viswanathan
(2021) “Weather Variability, Agricultural Productivity, and Farmer Suicides in India‟, Climate Change Economics, 12:2, 2150005.
Nithya D. J., S. Raju, R. V. Bhavani, Akshaya Kumar Panda, Rupal D. Wagh and B. Viswanathan
“Nutrient Intake of Rural Households That Participated in a Farming System for Nutrition Study in India”, Food and Nutrition Science, 12, 277-289
(4) Viswanathan B.
(2020) “Diversity in Services Sector Employment in India: Evidence from India Human Development Survey, 2011-12”, Chapter 8 in Shashanka Bhide, V.N. Balasubramanyam and K.L. Krishna (Eds.) Deciphering India's Services Sector Growth.
(5) Vepa, Swarna Sadasivam and B.Viswanathan
(2020), Undernutrition, Agriculture and Public Provisioning: The Impact on Women and Children in India, Routledge (UK), Edited Book.
- Mathematical Statistics
- Econometric Methods
- Applied Micro-Econometrics
- Indian Economic Development
- Multivariate Statistical Analysis
“Do Gender Differences in Research Performance Explain The Leaky Pipeline In Indian Academia? Some evidence on agricultural and applied economics” co-authored with Sangeeta Bansal and J.V. Meenakshi.
“Milk Consumption Pattern of Young Children: A Relook at the Indian Evidence”, co-authored with Divya Purohit as chapter in (eds.) Mahendra Dev S., A. Ganesh Kumar, and Vijay Laxmi Pandey Achieving Zero Hunger In India: Challenges And Policies, Springer
“Socio-economic Factors and Conflicts in North-Eastern India”, co-authored with Nabeel Ashraf“Dietary Habits and Double Burden of Malnutrition in India: Quantile Regression Estimates” co-authored with Archana Agnihotri