University of Manchester
His main research concerns Poverty, Socioeconomics, Economic growth, Development economics and Rural india. His study in the fields of Rural poverty under the domain of Poverty overlaps with other disciplines such as Subsidy. His Socioeconomics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Public policy, Socioeconomic status, Educational attainment and Malnutrition.
His Economic growth study frequently links to other fields, such as Audit. His Development economics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Foreign direct investment, Remittance and International economics. His Rural india research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Rural development, Public economics and Bureaucracy.
Raghav Gaiha spends much of his time researching Poverty, Economic growth, Development economics, Rural india and Labour economics. Raghav Gaiha interconnects Consumption, Socioeconomics, Demographic economics and Malnutrition in the investigation of issues within Poverty. The Malnutrition study combines topics in areas such as Food prices and Public distribution system.
His Economic growth research includes themes of Workfare, Per capita and Livelihood. His Development economics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Developing country, Poverty reduction, Panel data and Rural poverty. Many of his research projects under Labour economics are closely connected to Household income with Household income, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
His primary areas of study are Poverty, Demography, Economic growth, Malnutrition and Urbanization. His research integrates issues of Demographic economics, Development studies, Development economics, Labour economics and Food security in his study of Poverty. His work on Rural india as part of general Economic growth research is often related to Subsidy and Scheme, thus linking different fields of science.
His Rural india research incorporates elements of Socioeconomics and Public distribution system. His studies deal with areas such as Productivity and Food prices as well as Malnutrition. His studies examine the connections between Urbanization and genetics, as well as such issues in Panel data, with regards to Earnings and International development.
Raghav Gaiha mostly deals with Poverty, Malnutrition, Economic growth, Food prices and Demographic economics. Raghav Gaiha merges Poverty with Theory of change in his study. His work deals with themes such as Poverty trap and Wage, Labour economics, which intersect with Malnutrition.
His work on Rural india as part of general Economic growth research is frequently linked to Subsidy, bridging the gap between disciplines. Raghav Gaiha combines subjects such as Supply and demand and Economy with his study of Food prices. The study incorporates disciplines such as Income distribution, Per capita income, Gini coefficient, Index and Human development in addition to Demographic economics.
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Microfinance and Poverty—A Macro Perspective
Katsushi S. Imai;Raghav Gaiha;Raghav Gaiha;Ganesh Thapa;Samuel Kobina Annim;Samuel Kobina Annim.
World Development (2012)
Remittances, growth and poverty: New evidence from Asian countries
Katsushi S. Imai;Raghav Gaiha;Abdilahi Ali;Nidhi Kaicker.
Journal of Policy Modeling (2014)
Persistent, expected and innate poverty: estimates for semi-arid rural South India, 1975–1984
Raghav Gaiha;Anil B. Deolalikar.
Cambridge Journal of Economics (1993)
''Capture'' of anti-poverty programs: An analysis of the National Rural Employment Guarantee Program in India §
Raghbendra Jha;Sambit Bhattacharyya;Raghav Gaiha;Shylashri Shankar.
Journal of Asian Economics (2009)
Smallholder farming in Asia and the Pacific: challenges and opportunities
Ganesh Thapa;Raghav Gaiha.
Women’s Empowerment and Prevalence of Stunted and Underweight Children in Rural India
Katsushi S. Imai;Samuel Kobina Annim;Veena S. Kulkarni;Raghav Gaiha.
World Development (2014)
Does non-farm sector employment reduce rural poverty and vulnerability? Evidence from Vietnam and India
Katsushi S. Imai;Raghav Gaiha;Ganesh Thapa.
Journal of Asian Economics (2015)
Vulnerability and Poverty Dynamics in Vietnam
Katsushi S. Imai;Raghav Gaiha;Woojin Kang.
Applied Economics (2011)
Income Mobility in Rural India
Economic Development and Cultural Change (1988)
Vulnerability, shocks and persistence of poverty: estimates for semi‐arid rural South India
Raghav Gaiha;Katsushi Imai.
Oxford Development Studies (2004)
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