Aniruddha Bonnerjee is an applied economist based in Kolkata, India and currently the owner of Policymetriχa, a research think tank specializing in socioeconomic development and bespoke quantitative data analyses. Previously he worked as an economist with the World Bank specializing in human development and social policy. More recently his experience also includes working with the international private sector and UN agencies specializing in market research and socioeconomic development.
Bonnerjee has assisted and participated in socioeconomic reforms in countries in sub-Saharan African (Morocco, Tunisia, Zambia, Namibia, Nigeria, and Swaziland), in Latin & Central America (Nicaragua, Honduras, Costa Rica, Brazil, Argentina), the Middle East (Palestine, Jordan) and Asia (India, Maldives, Lao PDR, Bhutan, Nepal, Pakistan).
His contributions to economic literature span issues such as the food, fuel, and financial crises, its impact on women and children, social insurance in sub-Saharan Africa, hunger and food insecurity in South Asia, deprivation and rights-based social protection, inclusive growth, public sector fiscal management, HIV/AIDS and impact on social protection, poverty, and, impact evaluation of labor, health, and education interventions.
Focus: Development, Economy, Education, Finance, Food, Gender, Health, Human Rights, Jobs, Youth, Argentina, Bhutan, Brazil, Costa Rica, Honduras, India, Jordan, Lao PDR, Maldives, Morocco, Namibia, Nepal, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Pakistan, Palestine, Swaziland, Tunisia, Zambia, Africa, Americas, Asia, Global, Middle East
Last Updated: Feb 29, 2012