Dr. Anuradha TiwariAssosciate Professor
Anuradha Tiwari is an expert in the area of microeconomics, international business and finance, gender studies, microfinance, foreign direct investment and social entrepreneurship. She has about two decades of teaching and research experience in various academic institutions. She is presently working as Associate Professor in the Department of Economics, School of Humanities and Social Sciences at GD Goenka University.
Prior to joining GD Goenka University, she has worked for nine years as Assistant professor (Economics) at GD Goenka World Institute| Lancaster University (India). Her specialisation is in intermediate microeconomic, and International macroeconomics.
Anuradha earned her PhD and Master’s degree in commerce from Jiwaji University; MBA (Advertising and Public Relations) from Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya; MA (Economics) from Agra University; and Advance Certification in Gender Studies from the University of Delhi.
‘Study of currency risk and the hedging strategies’, Journal of Advanced Studies in Finance, 1(10), pp. 45-55. (Tiwary, A., 2019).
‘Role of menstrual hygiene in sustainable development goals’, International Journal of Health Sciences & Research, 8(5), pp. 37-387. (Tiwary, A., 2018).
‘Case Study of India Can: Educating, empowering and employing youth’, How the private sector develops skills: Lessons from India, United Nations Development Programme Istanbul International Center for Private Sector in Development, (Wadera, D., and Tiwary, A. 2017).
Research Monographs, Books and Book Chapters
‘Role of IT and Social Media in Democratic Change: Paraphernalia Around Information Technology and Social Media’, In: V. Kumar, & G. Malhotra (Eds.), Examining the Roles of IT and Social Media in Democratic Development and Social Change (pp. 294-319), Hershey, PA: IGI Global,. (Tiwari, A., & Gupta, T., 2020).
Growth of Microfinance in India: A Way Forward, LAP LAMBERT, Academic Publishing. (Tiwari, A., 2016).
Anuradha Tiwari’s research interests are focused on gender studies, microfinance, social entrepreneurship and foreign direct investment. Anuradha’s current research interest is in interrelating women and gender studies and bringing them together in her work. She is working on papers relating to Gender and labour market, and Women and Social Stigma in India.
2015-2017The Global Alliance for Sustainable Employment (GASTE) research initiative in India by UNDP Istanbul International Centre for Private Sector in Development (IICPSD) Academic consultant (Wadera, D., and Tiwary, A.).