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Sanjeev Kumar is a Lecturer in the Department of Economics at Dartmouth College. He is also a faculty affiliate at Human Nature Lab, Yale University where he has been working on the issues related to food insecurity and health (in Honduras) and how they influence the structure of social networks. Prior to joining Dartmouth, Sanjeev was a lecturer of Health Economics and Health Policy at the Department of Health Policy and Management in the Yale School of Public Health at Yale University. Sanjeev worked with the Yale Global Health Leadership Institute while living in Kigali (Rwanda) in the year 2014-2016 where he helped the University of Rwanda develop professional and graduate programmes in health economics and finance. He has also worked as a consultant for various projects: a USAID funded Health System Strengthening projects for Management Science for Health (MSH) in Africa; randomised controlled trials on nutrition and reduced class-size in the Non-formal Schools (NFE) setting for MIT-World Bank Project run in collaboration with Seva Mandir (Udaipur); on local institutional constraints in ensuring food security for tribals in Udaipur for CARE (India). Sanjeev received his postdoctoral training in Health Economics and Health Policy from Yale, a Ph.D. in Economics from Southern Methodist University, and a Masters in Economics from Pennsylvania State University. Born and raised in the districts of East Champaran and Patna of the State of Bihar, India, he earned his Bachelors (Honours) in Economics from Ramjas College, and a Masters in Economics from Delhi School of Economics, Delhi University (India). He now lives in Vermont, USA.
Posts by Sanjeev Kumar
बिहार में 1 अप्रैल 2016 से शराबबंदी लागू करने का मुख्यमंत्री नीतीश कुमार का निर्णय इस तर्क पर आधारित है कि शराब का सेवन महिलाओं के प्रति हिंसा का प्राथमिक कारण है। इस लेख के जरिये कुमार और प्रकाश तर्क...
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s decision to implement prohibition in the state from 1 April 2016 is based on the rationale that alcohol consumption is the primary reason for violence against wo...