Dr. Prachi Singh is an applied micro economist working in the field of environmental, health and development economics. Her research focuses on key environmental and sustainability issues in the global south which includes analyzing the effect of air pollution enhancing events like crop burning and forest fires on human health in India, transition to cleaner cooking fuels in India and policy evaluation of information campaign on arsenic contamination in Bangladesh.
Before joining University of Aberdeen, Prachi was a High Meadows Post-doctoral Economics Fellow at Environmental Defense Fund (NY). She completed her PhD in Quantitative Economics from Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi and her M.A. and B.A. in Economics from Delhi University.
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Crop burning and forest fires: Long-term effect on adolescent height in IndiaResource and Energy Economics, vol. 65, no. 101244, 101244Contributions to Journals: Articles
Crop Fires and Cardiovascular Health: A Study from North IndiaSSM - Population Health, vol. 14, 100757Contributions to Journals: Articles