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Maulik Jagnani is an Assistant Professor at the Fletcher School and Department of Economics at Tufts University.
Previously, he was an Assistant Professor at University of Colorado, Denver. He completed his PhD in applied economics from Cornell University. His research focusses on microeconomic topics in environmental health and human capital in lower-income countries. He also investigates the impacts, both intended and unintended, of government policies on environmental health and human capital outcomes.
Posts by Maulik Jagnani
This study looks at how women leadership improves environmental outcomes. Using satellite data from India, it compares incidence of crop fires between constituencies where women narrowly won or lost e...
Emerging out of the British Empire in the mid-20th century, India reckoned a single time zone would serve as a unifying force, and adopted the Indian Standard Time across her territorial boundaries. H...
- Maulik Jagnani
- 16 January, 2019
A large proportion of the population in India has agrarian livelihoods that remain climate-exposed. The number of hot days per year in the country are expected to double by the end of this century. T...