Education: Ph.D. Yale University 2009; M.Phil. Yale University 2007; M.A. Yale University 2006; B.A. University Of Pennsylvania 2004
Professor Adhvaryu pursues three interrelated agendas in his research: 1) firm decision-making and the resulting productivity dynamics in emerging markets; 2) healthcare delivery in low-income contexts; and 3) the long-run economic impacts of early life events.
Firing Costs and Flexibility: Evidence from Firms' Labor Adjustments to Shocks in India; Adhvaryu, A., Chari, A., and Sharma, S. 2013. Review of Economics And Statistics. Volume: 95. Issue: 3. Pages: 725-740.
Learning, Misallocation, and Technology Adoption: Evidence from New Malaria Therapy in Tanzania. Adhvaryu, A. 2014. Review of Economic Studies. Volume: 81. Issue: 4. Pages: 1331-1365.
Psychological distress in Ghana: associations with employment and lost productivity. Canavan, M., Sipsma, H., Adhvaryu, A., Ofori-Atta, A., Jack, H., Udry, C., Osei-Akoto, I., and Bradley, E. 2013. International Journal of Mental Health Systems. Volume: 7. Issue: 9. Pages: 1-9.