Dr. Anup Karan
I am working as an Adjunct Faculty at the Public Health Foundation of India, New Delhi and presently working as an “External Collaborator” (Consultancy) to International Labour Office (ILO), Geneva, for different studies in India. I have worked as Associate and Additional Professor at the Public Health Foundation of India during 2010-2023 and served as faculty in other institutions in the past. I have a Master’s degree in Economics (Ranchi University, India) and D.Phil. in Public Health (Health Economics) from the University of Oxford. I was a Takemi Fellow at the Harvard School of Public Health during 2007-08. I have an experience of teaching and research of more than 25 years at different institutions in India. My core area of research includes health economics, healthcare financing and labour economics. In the past I served as Associate Editor, Indian Journal of Labour Economics (2000-2005); Member, Expert Committee on National Minimum Wage, Ministry of Labour and Employment, Government of India, during April 2018 to December 2019; Lead Consultant, Setting up Minimum Wages for the Republic of Maldives, Salary and Wages Advisory Board, Government of Maldives, August-December 2019; Member Sub-Committee on Out of Pocket Expenditure in India, National Health Account 2014; Member, State Health Account Technical Group, Government of Rajasthan; National Health System Resource Centre, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India; Senior Consultant, various research projects and policy discussion, V. V. Giri National Labour Institute (VVGNLI), 2009-2011. I have published three books and more than 100 research papers in different national and international journals.