Rosina Pradhananga

Founder, Subsidized Employment Lab, and Research Fellow, Center on Poverty and Inequality
Stanford University
Rosina Pradhananga is the founder of the Subsidized Employment Lab at the Center on Poverty and Inequality and has played a lead role in the Center's research using administrative data. Her research interests span development economics, health, and public economics. For instance, her research integrates economics, epidemiology, and biology to study the mechanisms underlying long-term economic and health impacts of in utero and early childhood experiences. She also develops and helps conduct program evaluations by employing quasi-experimental designs and administrative data. Pradhananga is a non-matriculated graduate student in the Stanford Department of Economics and has a B.A. in economics and an M.P.H. in epidemiology of microbial diseases. She also supervises graduate and undergraduate research assistants.