Achyuta Adhvaryu

Achyuta Adhvaryu

  • Assistant Professor of Business Economics and Public Policy
Education
  • PhD Yale University 2009
  • MPhil Yale University 2007
  • MA Yale University 2006
  • BA University Of Pennsylvania 2004

Contact Information

Phone
(734) 615-2327
Email
Room
R4344
Research

Prof. Adhvaryu pursues three interrelated agendas in his research: 1) firm decision-making and the resulting productivity dynamics in emerging markets; 2) healthcare delivery in low-income contexts; and 3) the long-run economic impacts of early life events.

Health, Enterprise, and Labor Complementarity in the Household

Authors
Adhvaryu, A., Nyshadham, A.
Published Date
2017

Source

Journal of Development Economics
Volume: 
126
Issue: 
1
Pages: 
91-111

Endowments at Birth and Parents' Investments in Children

Authors
Adhvaryu, A., Nyshadham, A.
Published Date
2016

Source

Economic Journal
Volume: 
126
Issue: 
593
Pages: 
781-820

Returns to Treatment in the Formal Health Care Sector: Evidence from Tanzania

Authors
Adhvaryu, A., Nyshadham, N.
Published Date
2015

Source

AEJ - Economic Policy
Volume: 
7
Issue: 
3
Pages: 
29-57

Learning, Misallocation, and Technology Adoption: Evidence from New Malaria Therapy in Tanzania

Authors
Adhvaryu, A.
Published Date
2014

Source

Review of Economic Studies
Volume: 
81
Issue: 
4
Pages: 
1331-1365

Firing Costs and Flexibility: Evidence from Firms' Labor Adjustments to Shocks in India

Authors
Adhvaryu, A., Chari, A., and Sharma, S.
Published Date
2013

Source

Review of Economics And Statistics
Volume: 
95
Issue: 
3
Pages: 
725-740

Psychological distress in Ghana: associations with employment and lost productivity

Authors
Canavan, M., Sipsma, H., Adhvaryu, A., Ofori-Atta, A., Jack, H., Udry, C., Osei-Akoto, I., and Bradley, E.
Published Date
2013

Source

International Journal of Mental Health Systems
Volume: 
7
Issue: 
9
Pages: 
1-9
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