Taniya Sah| Vidyashilp University Faculty

Ms. Taniya Sah

Assistant Professor, Economics
Manav Rachna International Institute
of Research and Studies (MRIIRS) Faridabad
M.A. Economics, Kumaun University, Uttarakhand
Ph.D. Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi (IITD). Thesis
Degree expected by August 2024
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Biography
Professional Education
Teaching Courses
Research Interests
Selected Publications
Biography

Prof. Taniya Sah is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Vidyashilp University’s School of Liberal Arts and Design Studies. Her research focuses on agricultural economics, particularly in agricultural markets and value chains. With a keen eye on analyzing the role of intermediaries within perishable goods' value chains, Prof. Sah explores the impact of mechanization on the involvement of women in agriculture. Her teaching interests include Mathematical Economics, Statistics, Agricultural Economics, and Growth and Development.


Professional Education
Ph.D. IIT. Delhi (Agriculture and Development Economics) 2016-24
M.A. Economics, Kumaun University,Uttarakhand 2013-15
B.A. (Economics, Mathematics, English Literature) 2010-13

Teaching Courses
  • Mathematical Economics
  • Statistics
  • Economics of Growth and Development
  • Agricultural Economics
  • Research Methodology

Research Interests
  • Agricultural Economics
  • Health Economics

Selected Publications
  • Sah, T., Kaushik, R., Bailwal, N., & Tep, N. (2019). Mohalla Clinics in Delhi: A Preliminary Assessment of their Functioning and Coverage. Indian Journal of Human Development, 13(2), 195-210.
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  • Bailwal, N., Kaushik, R., & Sah, T. (2020). Importance of Primary Healthcare in Delhi in the Times of COVID-19. Indian Journal of Human Development, 14(3), 527-535.
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Prof. Taniya Sah is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Vidyashilp University’s School of Liberal Arts and Design Studies. Her research focuses on agricultural economics, particularly in agricultural markets and value chains. With a keen eye on analyzing the role of intermediaries within perishable goods' value chains, Prof. Sah explores the impact of mechanization on the involvement of women in agriculture. Her teaching interests include Mathematical Economics, Statistics, Agricultural Economics, and Growth and Development.

Ph.D. IIT. Delhi (Agriculture and Development Economics) 2016-24
M.A. Economics, Kumaun University,Uttarakhand 2013-15
B.A. (Economics, Mathematics, English Literature) 2010-13
  • Mathematical Economics
  • Statistics
  • Economics of Growth and Development
  • Agricultural Economics
  • Research Methodology
  • Agricultural Economics
  • Health Economics
  • Sah, T., Kaushik, R., Bailwal, N., & Tep, N. (2019). Mohalla Clinics in Delhi: A Preliminary Assessment of their Functioning and Coverage. Indian Journal of Human Development, 13(2), 195-210.
    Read More
  • Bailwal, N., Kaushik, R., & Sah, T. (2020). Importance of Primary Healthcare in Delhi in the Times of COVID-19. Indian Journal of Human Development, 14(3), 527-535.
    Read More
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