Rajeev Ahuja, PhD, is an economist working in the Health, Nutrition, and Population unit of the World Bank, India office. Although, his work at the Bank has been focused on issues in health care financing in India, he considers himself as a human development finance specialist, with special interest in donor financing. He has been closely involved in project preparation and implementation activities of the Bank in the health sector in India. Formerly, he was a senior fellow with the Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER), New Delhi. He has over 10 years of work experience in the development sector. He has interest in variety of development issues ( firstname.lastname@example.org ).
- 09/07/10 Revisiting the Rules of the Game: Modular Approach to Project Design
- 07/22/10 Seize the Moment: Now’s the time to reform rural health care in India
- 02/15/10 Development in an Imperfect World: Lessons from the Field Part 2
- 02/12/10 Development in an Imperfect World: Lessons from the Field Part 1