|Adjunct Assistant Professor
Maternal & Child Health
1986 University of Delhi BA, Economics
1988 University of Delhi MA, Economics
1991 Columbia University MS, International Affairs
1998 Johns Hopkins University PhD, Health Economics
Overseas research, policy and programmatic work on issues related to reproductive health, gender equality and proverty reduction, focusing on the intersections between economic and health issues. Work includes research, measurement and evaluation of women’s economic empowerment and access to health services including family planning, reproductive health and HIV.
Currently, Health Economist and Group Director, Social and Economic Development Group with the International Center for Research on Women, New Delhi, India.
Rogan M, Nanda P, Maharaj P (2010)
Promoting and prioritizing reproductive health commodities: understanding the emergency contraception value chain in South Africa..
South African Journal of Reproductive Health: vol.14, p.9-20.
Nanda P (2010)
Exploring the transormative potential of medical abortion for women in India..
International Center for Research on Women