Experienced researcher with a demonstrated history of working on education and health inequalities in developing countries. Previously, I have worked on issues dealing with Company Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, and Arbitration as I used to work as a commercial lawyer (Private Equity) and have served the courts in Bihar (India) as a legal aid advocate. My strong interest in socio-economic development issues lead me to study economics, statistics and public policy. I also worked with the Development Economics Research Team at the World Bank in Washington DC where my research focused on improving learning outcomes for children in Sub-Saharan Africa, reducing maternal mortality in Central Asia and increasing food security in South-East Asia. I am currently pursuing a MPhil/PhD at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
Some of my current work involves analysis of secondary data to identify casual relationships between different factors which lead to inequality of opportunities. I am also leading a few randomised control trails.
Looking forward to connect with people researching inequalites in education and health outcomes in developing countries. I am currently researching on: Accountability (via results based governance systems) in Public Service, and its impact on inequalities in Health and Education Outcomes.
London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), Houghton St, London, England WC2A 2AB, United Kingdom