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Aishwarya Singh

Aishwarya Singh

Research Manager at the Center for Health Policy and the Center for Primary Care and Outcomes Research

117 Encina Commons, Room 183

Stanford University

Palo Alto, CA 94305

(650) 724-1370 (voice)

Research Interests

Economics, Public Policy, International Development, Agriculture, Education, Healthcare


Aishwarya is a Research Manager for Professor Marcella Alsan at the Stanford Center for Health Policy. She manages a randomized evaluation of the effect of race on preventative health care take up. Her responsibilities include developing the experiment design, managing the team of research and field staff and data analysis.
Prior to joining Stanford, she was a Research Associate for Yale Professor Mushfiq Mobarak on a randomized evaluation of rural social networks and agriculture at J-PAL in Nepal. She has also worked at the Pratham Education Foundation/ASER Centre on a project for the International Growth Center on household expenditures on secondary education in New Delhi and Bihar, at J-PAL and Sloan at MIT in Cambridge, and at the National Council of Applied Economic Research in New Delhi.
Aishwarya received a BA from Wellesley College with a major in Economics and a minor in Cinema and Media Studies. In her free time, Aishwarya likes to make documentaries and also spent some time working at Yash Raj Films in Mumbai.