About Anoshua Chaudhuri
At SF State Since:
Anoshua Chaudhuri is a Professor and the current Chair of the Department of Economics in the Lam Family College of Business at San Francisco State University. She received a Ph.D in Economics from the University of Washington, Seattle and a MA in Economics from Delhi School of Economics. Dr. Chaudhuri’s research has been at the intersection of health, development and family economics with a focus on evaluating impacts of policies and programs on community and household health outcomes. She has published her research in numerous peer-reviewed journals such as Economic Development and Cultural Change, Social Science and Medicine, Health Policy, Journal of Family and Economic Issues, Children and Youth Services Review and Journal of Cross-cultural Gerontology. She has also written economic impact reports for several local government and non-government agencies. She has received several competitive research awards, has research collaborations with colleagues domestically and internationally, in economics and inter-related disciplines and holds leadership positions in economics associations and conference steering committees. At San Francisco State University, she teaches courses on Health Economics Research, Economics of Gender and Microeconomics. Dr. Chaudhuri serves as a Board member and Vice-Chair of SF State’s University Corporation and also volunteers as a Board member of a non-profit mental health agency, Richmond Area Multi-services or Rams.