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Tanushree Haldar is an assistant professor in the Economics area at IIM Nagpur. She is a Fellow from Indian Institute of Management Bangalore in the Economics and Social Science area. She holds an M.Phil in Applied Economics from Jawaharlal Nehru University (CDS-JNU) and Master’s degree in Economics from Visva-Bharati University. Her main areas of interest are Development Economics, Gender, Agriculture and Healthcare.
Development Economics, Gender, Agriculture, and Healthcare.
- Haldar, Tanushree, and A. Damodaran. "Can cooperatives influence farmer’s decision to adopt organic farming? Agri-decision Making under Price Volatility." Environment, Development and Sustainability. (Forthcoming)
- Haldar, Tanushree, and A. Damodaran. "Identifying Market Power of Retailers and Processors: Evidence from Coffee Supply chain in India." IIMB Management Review. (Forthcoming)
- Haldar, Tanushree, Prakash Awasthy, K.V. Gopakumar, and Sirish K. Gouda. "Trust in Humanitarian Operations: A Content Analytic Approach for an Indian NGO", International Journal of Production Research, Vol. 57, No. 9, 2019.
- Haldar, Tanushree, and Vinoj Abraham. "Development, Displacement and Labour Market Marginalization: The case of Jharkhand Tribal population." Social Change, Vol. 45, No. 1, 2015.
- Haldar, Tanushree, and Saumya Chakrabarti. "Conflict or Coexistence? A Story of big and small retailers." Review of Development and Change, Vol. 19, No.1 , 2014.
- Haldar, Tanushree. "Tribes of Jharkhand in labour market in the colonial period". Artha Vijnana, Vol 55, No. 3, 2013.
Managerial Economics, Game theory for Managers, Pricing, Business, Government and Society
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