Anuja Kar joined the Food & Agriculture Global Practice as an Economist in June 2015. She is currently engaged with the Global Agriculture and Food Security Program (GAFSP) as an Economist/Monitoring and Evaluation specialist. Prior to joining the Agriculture GP, Anuja spent two years building Econometric Models using Household and Farm level Surveys for India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh within the World Bank. Her key areas of focus are food security, agriculture productivity, labor markets and foreign direct investment. Before joining development sector, she worked in a private institution for two years where her primary responsibilities included covering the Philippines Macroeconomics and developing macroeconometric models and tools for Emerging Markets. She has received MA in Public Policy with Distinction from the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom, specializing on Food Security in Asia. She has received Masters in Economics from the University of Calcutta, with Majors: Advanced Economic Theory (Honors) and Econometrics.
- Enquête au Népal et au Sénégal : que deviennent les femmes quand les hommes quittent les exploitations agricoles ?
- ماذا يحدث للنساء حينما يهجر الرجال الزراعة؟ عرض بعض الشواهد المستقاة من نيبال والسنغال
- What happens to women when men leave the farm? Sharing Evidence from Nepal and Senegal
- ¿Qué sucede con las mujeres cuando los hombres se van de la granja? Evidencias recogidas en Nepal y Senegal
- Unraveling the dynamics of agricultural input subsidies
- For rural Afghan women, agriculture holds the potential for better jobs