Posts tagged as: Indian Institute for Human Settlements

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    Shriya Anand

    Shriya works on urban economics, urban form, economic geography and policy. She has studied the urban from a range of different perspectives – economic processes, sustainable land use practices and human rights. Shriya worked at the Centre for Development Finance, the National Knowledge Commission, and provided advisory inputs for the High Power Expert Committee on...

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    Neha Sami

    Neha works on the political economy of land and governance in urban India. She is also interested in issues of brownfield redevelopment and planning for climate change. Neha has worked with the Boston Redevelopment Authority as an analyst with the Economic Development Division. She has also worked as a consultant with the Environment and Sustainable Development Division of...

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    Kavita Wankhade

    Kavita Wankhade is a Consultant at the Indian Institute for Human Settlements – India’s first prospective National University for Research and Innovation addressing the challenges of urbanisation through an integrated programme of education, research, consulting and advisory services. Kavita began her career as an architect, only to realise that her primary interest lay...

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    Arindam Jana

    Arindam interned at the Madras School of Economics to work on developing a vulnerability to poverty index, a part of which later became his master thesis. He also interned with the mathematics department at the University of Madras where he designed mathematical teaching aids for visually handicapped students by applying graph theory to decode traditional art forms....