Nandini Dubey - Report Published

Nandini Dubey has a Masters Degree in Economics with specialisation in Public Economics, International Economics and Mathematical Economics from S.N.D.T. Women’s University, Mumbai. Her research focusses on the potential of post office banking in India in terms of financial inclusion. She was formerly also associated with the Tata Institute of Social Sciences for a Corporate Social Responsibility Project. She has also published several research papers on various subjects in numerous journals and institutes.

Nandini Dubey’s research focusses on the potential of post office banking in India in terms of financial inclusion. Her research also covers an international comparison of postal services including the study of the existing models of post offices that run banks in Germany and Japan as well as Indonesia’s Public-Private Partnership.

Her study combines quantitative research techniques with qualitative approaches and focusses on the opportunities of development, transformation and innovation of post offices and the challenges faced while running services. It also identifies the magnitude of problems, prospects and suggests appropriate measures for tackling the problem of deficit in post office banking.

Nandini received a Masters degree in Economics with a specialisation in Public Economics, International Economics and Mathematical Economics from S.N.D.T. Women’s University, Mumbai. She was associated with the Tata Institute of Social Sciences for a Corporate Social Responsibility Project. While pursuing a Masters degree she published several research papers on areas like such as health education, the economics of happiness, economic reforms and service led growth, rural management and foreign direct investment, international marketing and sustainable agriculture in journals, including eSocialSciences and Quest in Education, books and other conference publications from reputed institutions such as Christ University, Bangalore. She has also presented papers at The First National Symposium on Rural Management, XIMB, and at other national seminars.

Research :

As a Public Policy Scholar, Nandini will study and analyse The Future of Post Offices as Banking Institutions in India: A Case Study of Post Offices in Chennai.

Read Policy Report 'The Future of Post Offices as Banking Institutions in India' here.

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