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Rana Hasan is a Principal Economist in the India Resident Mission of the Asian Development Bank (ADB). He heads its Country Programs and Development Results Group, which works closely with the Government to develop ADB's annual operational programs in India and ensure that they align closely with the priorities and objectives of the country and ADB's own long-term development framework. He previously worked in the Economics Research Department of the ADB and the East-West Center (USA) where he focused on issues relating to inclusive growth, the analysis of poverty and inequality, and the impact of market-oriented economic reforms on labour market outcomes and industrial performance. His research has been published in various journals including the Journal of Development Economics, Review of Economics and Statistics, and World Development. He has also co-edited two volumes on trade and labour related issues. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Maryland and a Masters degree in Economics from the Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi.
Posts by Rana Hasan
भारत में तेजी से हो रहे शहरीकरण के मद्देनजर, राणा हसन उन विभिन्न कारकों पर प्रकाश डालते हैं जो बड़े शहरों को छोटे नगरों और ग्रामीण क्षेत्रों से अलग करते हैं: रोजगार के अधिक अवसर, अधिकतम मजदूरी, बड़े व...
- Rana Hasan
- 28 सितंबर, 2022
In light of India's rapid urbanisation, Rana Hasan looks at various factors which set large cities apart from smaller cities and rural areas: more job opportunities, higher wages, large manufacturing ...
- Rana Hasan
- 14 September, 2022
Poverty reduction in India has been relatively slow even in years of high economic growth. A possible explanation is that growth has mainly been driven by sectors that generate fewer jobs for the poo...