Professor, Women's and Gender Studies Department, Rutgers University
“The Impact of the Minimum Wage on Male and Female Employment and Earnings in India,” Asian Development Review, forthcoming (with Nidhiya Menon).
“Land Reform and Welfare in Vietnam: Why Gender of the Land-Rights Holder Matters,” Journal of International Development, forthcoming (with Nidhiya Menon and Alexis Kennedy).
“Voice and Agency: Where Are We Now?” Feminist Economics 22 (1), January 2016, 1-29 (with Sarah Gammage and Naila Kabeer).
“War and Women’s Work: Evidence from the Conflict in Nepal,” Journal of Conflict Resolution 59 (1), February 2015, 51-73 (with Nidhiya Menon).
“Women’s Land Rights and Children’s Human Capital in Vietnam,” World Development 54 (2), February 2014, 18-31 (with Nidhiya Menon and Huong Nguyen).
“Labor Regulation and Job Quality: Evidence from India,” Industrial and Labor Relations Review 66 (4), July 2013, 933-957 (with Nidhiya Menon).
“Impact of the 2008-2009 Twin Economic Crises on the Philippine Labor Market,” World Development 40 (11), November 2012, 2318-2328 (with Nidhiya Menon).
“What's Macroeconomic Policy Got To Do with Gender Inequality? Evidence from Asia,” Global Social Policy 12 (2), August 2012, 183-189 (with Günseli Berik).
“How Access to Credit Affects Self-Employment: Differences by Gender during India’s Rural Banking Reform,” Journal of Development Studies 47 (1), January 2011, 48-69 (with Nidhiya Menon).
“Options for Enforcing Labor Standards: Lessons from Bangladesh and Cambodia,” Journal of International Development 22 (1), January 2010, 56-85 (with Günseli Berik).
Feminist economics, labor studies, economics of the family, development economics, and nutrition and food policy
Associate Editor, Feminist Economics (1/05-Present).
Advisory Board Member, Journal of Bangladesh Studies (11/13-Present).
Editorial Board Member, Diversity Research Institute Journal (3/16-Present).
Research Associate, Levy Economics Institute (4/16-Present).
Associate Editor, Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society (2/13-12/15).
Minimum Wage and Worker Rights