Aashita Dawer is a Disaster Economist working on the economic applications in disaster research. She holds a PhD in Behavioral Economics from Jawaharlal Nehru University and has expertise in Law and Economics, Public Choice, Environmental Economics, Water Economics and Policy Research. Previously, she was associated with Indian nstitute of Management Bangalore, and Institute of Economic Growth. She has taught at St. Stephens College, Delhi University and Faculty of Law at Jamia Milia Islamia University, New Delhi. She believes in integration of disciplines to bring out a productive and effective Policy Framework. Personally, she is a traveler, a pianist and a nature lover at heart.
- Governance Ethics and Growth Good Governance and Inclusive Growth, published on behalf of Indian Economic Association in a book Edited by Rakesh S. Patil, Hemlata Gangadhar, Kayande Patil, Regal Publications New Delhi,2013.
- ‘The Case for the Essential Facilities Doctrine’ in report by CUTS International to be submitted to Competition Commission of India, 2012.
- Manufacturing Sector a Gate Way, with Asian Economic Review, Journal of Indian Institute of Economics, Hyderabad, April 2012.
- A chapter ‘Economics of Water Rights in India’ in Goon n Green: Revisiting Business for Sustainable Future, ICFAI University Press, 2010.