Faculty

Ashapurna Baruah

Asst. Professor
abaruah@iimraipur.ac.in
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Ashapurna Baruah

Asst. Professor
PhD in Economics: Centre for the Study of Regional Development, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
About Faculty

Dr. Ashapurna Baruah is an Assistant Professor in the area of Economics at the Indian Institute of Management Raipur. She holds a Ph.D. degree in Economics from Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi. She completedher M.Phil. degree at theCentre for Development Studies (CDS), Thiruvananthapuram. Her doctoral thesis is an enquiry into how the changes in the rural economy affect labour market outcomes among marginalised women. Her research interests are gender & labour, employment, and rural development in particular and development economics in general.

Area of Research
Gender & Labour, Employment, Rural Development, Development Economics
Education
PhD in Economics: Centre for the Study of Regional Development, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
Affiliation
Awards & Recognitions

Research

Edited/Authored Books

>> Baruah, A. (2015). Population Pressure and Agricultural Change under Poor Public Investment in Infrastructure: The Case of Assam. New Delhi: Serials Publication

Journal Publications

>> Singh, I., Singh, K., & Baruah A. (2022). Unfolding the Employment Story in Uttar Pradesh: Signs of a Deeper Crisis. Economic and Political Weekly (Indexing: Scopus and ABDC), 57 (22 ), 26 - 32

>> Khan, M. Imran, & Baruah, A. (2021). Internal Migration, Remittance, and Labour force Participation in Rural India: A Gender Perspective. International Labour Review (Indexing: Clarivate Analytics: Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI), Scopus, and ABDC) , 160 (3), 453 - 476

>> Singh, I., Singh, J., & Baruah, A. (2021). Differential Impact of COVID-19 by Occupations: Survey Findings from Indian Punjab. Asian Economics Letters , 2 (4), 1 - 5

>> Singh, I. & Baruah, A. (2021). My Colleague is Corrupt: Information Disclosure to Control Corruption. Theoretical and Applied Economics (Indexing: ABDC) , 28 (1), 311 - 316

>> Singh, I., Singh, K., & Baruah A. (2021). Implications of Mandatory Corporate Social Responsibility for Indian Democratic Institutions. Academia Letters, Article 1293 (DOI: https://doi.org/10.20935/AL1293),

>> Singh, I., Singh, J., & Baruah, A. (2020). Income and Employment Changes Under COVID-19 Lockdown: A Study of Urban Punjab. Millennial Asia: An International Journal of Asian Studies, 11 (3), 391 - 412

>> Baruah, A., & Singh, I. (2020). Employment of Women in Rural Punjab: Deconstructing Agricultural Growth Policy. Economic and Political Weekly (Indexing: Scopus and ABDC) , 55 (26 & 27), 29 - 35

>> Sood, A., & Baruah, A. (2017). The New Moral Economy: Demonetisation, Digitalization, and India’s Core Economic Problems. Economic and Political Weekly (Indexing: Scopus and ABDC) , 52 (1), 31 - 36

>> Baruah, A. (2017). Education and Work Participation of Women in Rural Punjab: A Caste and Regional Analysis. Man and Development, 39 (1), 23 - 52

>> Baruah, A. (2016). Occupational Pattern and Workforce Participation of Women in Indian Rural Punjab: A Caste Perspective. Millennial Asia: An International Journal of Asian Studies (Indexing: Scopus and Clarivate Analytics: Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI)), 7 (2), 153 - 183

Conference Papers

>> Baruah, A. (2017). Gender-Caste Overlap and Employment Participation of Women in Rural Punjab. International conference on Fifty Years of Economic Development in Punjab held at Punjabi University, Patiala on 25-26 March, 2017

>> Baruah, A. (2011). Agricultural Changes under Population Pressure: A Case Study of Assam. Presented paper at X Development Convention on Millennium Development Goals: Performance, Prospects and Challenges for South India held at Institute of Public Enterprise, Hyderabad on 3-4 March, 2011

Chapter in Book

>> Baruah, A., & Singh, I. (2021). Employment Participation of Rural Women in Punjab: A Need for Policy Retrospect. In Sukhpal Singh, Lakhwinder Singh and Kamal Vatta (eds.), Covid-19 Pandemic and Economic Development: Emerging Public Policy Lessons for Indian Punjab

>> Sood, A., & Baruah, A. (2018). The New Moral Economy: Demonetisation, Digitalization, and India’s Core Economic Problems. In R. Ramakumar (eds.), Note Bandi

Others

>> Baruah, A., & Singh, I. (2020). Employment Participation of Rural Women in Punjab: A Need for Policy Retrospect, CDEIS Policy Brief Series on Punjab Economy, No. 9, Centre for Development Economics and Innovation Studies (CDEIS), Punjabi University, Patiala.

Memberships
Training and Consultancy