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Dr Nadia Singh

Assistant Professor

Department: Newcastle Business School

 Nadia Singh

Dr Nadia Singh joined Northumbria University as a lecturer in Economics in 2017.  She finished her PhD degree in Economics from Oxford Brookes University, UK (2017).  Her doctoral research explored the political economy of bioenergy developments in the context of developing countries. The research made an original contribution by developing a multiple stakeholder framework for sustainable bioenergy development, rooted in the concept of equitable economic development and social justice. Nadia completed her M.Phil degree from Jawaharlal Nehru University, India (2013).  Her M.Phil. research empirically estimated the inter linkages between food based nutritional interventions and indicators of childhood malnutrition.  Nadia also holds a master degree from Panjab University, India (2009) and BA (hons) degree in Economics from Delhi University, India, which she finished in first class.

Nadia has previously worked as a research fellow at a large policy research institute in India, The Institute of Development and Communication.  She was a part of a large cross-country project on the migration of health care professionals from India.  She also contributed to the Government of India’s development policy reports on gender equality, food security and renewable energy deployment.  Prior to joining Northumbria, Nadia worked as an Associate Lecturer at Oxford Brookes University, and led undergraduate seminars in a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate modules.

 

 

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  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Women’s Inheritance Rights and Child Health Outcomes in Kenya, Ajefu, J., Efobi, U., Singh, N., Ali, S. 1 Mar 2024, In: Journal of Family and Economic Issues
  • Sikhism and Covid-19: Ethics of community service and activism, Singh, N. 3 Jul 2023, In: Sikh Formations: Religion, Culture, Theory
  • The Covid-19 Pandemic: Narratives of Informal Women Workers in Indian Punjab, Singh, N., Kaur, A. 15 Mar 2022, The Political Economy of Post-Covid Life and Work in the Global South, Cham, Switzerland, Palgrave Macmillan
  • The COVID‐19 pandemic: Narratives of informal women workers in Indian Punjab, Singh, N., Kaur, A. 1 Mar 2022, In: Gender, Work & Organization
  • Women’s Inheritance Rights and Child Health Outcomes in India, Ajefu, J., Singh, N., Ali, S., Efobi, U. 3 Apr 2022, In: Journal of Development Studies
  • Bioenergy and Ecosocialism, Singh, N. 28 Dec 2021, Routledge Handbook of Ecosocialism, London, Taylor & Francis
  • How might partner selection be improved by corporates to address material sustainability issues? A Case Study of Northumbria Water Ltd., El Mouallem, L., Singh, N. 1 Dec 2021, In: Cleaner Production Letters
  • Writers, Artists and Thinkers: An Exploration of the Cultural Heritage of Amritsar, Singh, N. 15 Apr 2021, Amritsar: A City in Rememberance, New Delhi, Om Books International
  • “A Little Flip Goes a Long Way”—The Impact of a Flipped Classroom Design on Student Performance and Engagement in a First-Year Undergraduate Economics Classroom, Singh, N. 4 Nov 2020, In: Education Sciences
  • Food Security and Food Safety Nets in India: An Inter-temporal Analysis, Singh, N. 10 May 2019


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