Associate Professor of Economics, Fordham University
Subha Mani is an Associate Professor of Economics at Fordham University. Subha also holds a Research Affiliate position at the Population Studies Center, University of Pennsylvania and Research Fellow positions at IZA and GLO. Subha is a development economist with interests in understanding the determinants and returns to human capital including health, education, vocational training, personality traits, and economic preferences. Subha has worked on numerous experimental and non-experimental evaluation studies. Her scholarly work has received external funding from the International Growth Center – India Central, 3ie (International Initiatives for Impact Evaluation), Grand Challenges Canada, and others.
Recent work by Subha Mani
Do public works programmes have sustained impacts in LMICs?
Rank and peer effects in higher education: Evidence from India
A more selective academic environment benefits female students along multiple dimensions but male students fail to take advantage of this exposure