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Abhijeet Chavan

Jr. Economist intern

Abhijeet is working as a Junior Economist at Rhenix. His tasks include collecting data on socio-economic variables, data related to politics, GDP, and healthcare data of the state, while also reviewing the literature to analyze this data for writing research papers for journal publication.

Abhijeet is pursuing his B.S in Economic Sciences from the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) Bhopal. Before joining Rhenix, he worked as a Political Research Analyst at ETG Research, in Hyderabad.

At Rhenix, he has been able to understand the process of writing research papers, and he aims to pursue research in Macroeconomics and Political Economics.

Stories

Summary "Caste, religion, and mental health in India."

A large, multi-disciplinary literature in social epidemiology, public health, and medical sociology has been concerned with documenting and understanding disparities in health by race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic...

Caste, Religion, and Mental Health in India

Summary "Caste differences in hypertension among women in India: diminishing health returns to socioeconomic status for lower caste groups."

The caste system is a relatively rigid system of social hierarchy in India. Caste membership defines one’s access to resources and life opportunities. A growing body of research suggests that lower caste groups...

Caste differences in hypertension among women in India: diminishing health returns to socioeconomic status for lower caste groups.

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Caste, religion, and mental health in India | Cell talk

A large, multi-disciplinary literature in social epidemiology, public health, and medical sociology has been concerned with documenting and understanding disparities in health by race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic...

Caste differences in hypertension among women in India: diminishing health returns to socioeconomic status for lower caste groups | Cell talk

The caste system is a relatively rigid system of social hierarchy in India. Caste membership defines one’s access to resources and life opportunities. A growing body of research suggests that lower caste groups have an excess burden...

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