Research Fellow Tara Bedi
Tara Bedi is a Marie Curie (CAROLINE) Irish Research Council Research Fellow in the Economics Department at Trinity College Dublin. She is a development economist with a focus on gender and social protection. She is working on projects in Ethiopia, India, Malawi, Mauritania and Nigeria. Prior to this, she worked with Trócaire, an Irish NGO, leading on policy research, including Leading Edge 2020. Before moving to Ireland, Tara worked in the Poverty Reduction Group at the World Bank, where she worked and published on impact evaluations, poverty maps and poverty monitoring systems. She received a master’s degree in Public Administration in International Development from the Harvard Kennedy School. She holds a PhD in Development Economics from Trinity College Dublin.
Title: Enabling Sustainable Graduation out of Poverty for the Extreme Poor in Malawi
Title: Kinship and Locality: How Marital Traditions Affect Violence
Location: In the districts of Nsanje and Mangochi, Southern rural Malawi
Title: Joint Accounts in the Fintech Era: How Does Labelling, Transparency and Approval Rules Affect Spousal Financial Decision Making? Joint Accounts in the Fintech Era: How Does Labelling, Transparency and Approval Rules Affect Spousal Financial Decision Making?
Location: Kolkata, India
Title: The Impact of the 2019 Malawi Floods on Poverty, Gender Roles and Psychosocial Outcomes
Title: Gender Social Norms and the Mauritania Social Transfer Program