P. Prudhvikar Reddy,Consultant

Dr. P. Prudhvikar Reddy

Consultants

Poverty, Agriculture, and Education
Qualification:
Ph. D in Economics

Education

  1. Ph. D: Topic: ‘Economic Analysis of Paddy Cultivation in AndhraPradesh.
  2. M.A: Economics ( Agricultural Economics as a special paper.
  3. P.G. Diploma in Industrial Relations and Personnel Management and Diploma in Computer Applications.

Publications

  1. Young Lives – District level Factsheets on Education and Learning; Nutrition; and Youth and Development – 3 Factsheets for each district – in all 6 districts i.e. Srikakulam; West Godavari; Mahabubnagar; Karimnagar; Anantapur and Kadapa – Released by the respective District Collectors in their district headquarters during February and March 2015 – Co-authored with Prof. S.
    Galab and Dr. Renu Singh.
  2. Young Lives – Telangana – Education and Learning; Nutrition; and Youth andDevelopment – 3 Factsheets for Telangana State – Released at Hyderabad in September 2015 – Co-authored with Prof. S. Galab and Dr. Renu Singh.
  3. Young Lives – Andhra Pradesh – Education and Learning; Nutrition; and Youth and Development – 3 Factsheets for new Andhra Pradesh – Released at Hyderabad in September 2015 – Co-authored with Prof. S. Galab and Dr. Renu
    Singh
  4. MAHATMA GANDHI NATIONAL RURAL EMPLOYMENT GUARANTEE SCHEME CERTAIN BEST PRACTICES: As the basis for better implementation in AndhraPradesh: A Brief Report by D. Narasimha Reddy, S. Galab, and P. Prudhvikar Reddy Submitted for Director, Rural Development Department, A P (2013).
  5. “A Study on Management of Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme in Andhra Pradesh”, Co-authored, a published report by the Centre for Economic and Social Studies, Hyderabad, August 2012.
  6. Rural Indebtedness in Andhra Pradesh”, Co-authored, a published report by Centre for Economic and Social Studies, Hyderabad, August 2012.
  7. MGNREGS in Andhra Pradesh: Issues and Challenges”, Co-authored, a published report by the Centre for Economic and Social Studies, Hyderabad, August 2012.
  8. Organization of Poor Women in Andhra Pradesh”, Co-authored, published in edited book “Organising Poor Women – The Andhra Pradesh Experience”, 2012, Academic Foundation New Delhi.
  9. Women Empowerment and Functioning of Formal and Informal Institutions: The Case of Indira Kranthi Patham of Andhra Pradesh”, Co-authored, published in edited book “Organising Poor Women – The AndhraPradesh Experience”, 2012, Academic Foundation New Delhi.

International Seminars

  1. WFunctioning of Rural Local Governments in India: A Critical Appraisal of DevolutionStatus and Accountability Systems, in Dr. Beatriz Cuadrado-Ballesteros (Eds), “Local Governments in the Digital Era: Looking for Accountability”(Forthcoming),NovaScience Publishers, 400 Oser Avenue, Suite 1600, Hauppauge, NY 11788-3619, USA.
  2. Improving or Worsening Livelihoods? Coal Mining and its effects on Adivasi Communities in Jharkhand State”, in the Book “Adivasis in India: Resources, Livelihoods and Institutions”,Edited by KailashSarap, Bloomsbury Publishing IndiaPvt. Ltd.,(Forthcoming), New Delhi – 110 070.
  3. State Business Relations and the Performance of the Manufacturing Sector in AndhraPradesh”(2013)(withAlivelu, K. Srinivasulu) in‘State–Business Relations and EconomicDevelopment in Africa and India’edited by KunalSen,Routledge UK.
  4. Mining-induced displacement: case of aluminum refinery in Andhra Pradesh, (with
    PrajnaParamita Mishra) in SakaramaSomayaji and SmrithiTalwar (Eds), “Developmentinduced Displacement, Rehabilitation and Resettlement in India”, Routledge
    Contemporary South Asia, New York, USA, 2011.
  5. Participatory Forest Management in Andhra Pradesh: Implementation, Outcomes and Livelihood Impacts, (Co-author), (2007), in Oliver Springate_Bangianski and Piers Blaikie (edited),Forests, People and Power: The Political Ecology of Reform in South
    Asia,EARTHSCAN, London.
  6. Annexation, Struggle and Response: Forest, People and Power in India and Nepal, (Coauthor), (2007), in Oliver Springate_Baginski and Piers Blaikie (edited),Forests, People and Power: The Political Ecology of Reform in South Asia, EARTHSCAN, London.
  7. Comparative Policy and Impacts, (Co-author), (2007), in Oliver Springate_Baginski and Piers Blaikie (edited), Forests, People and Power: The Political Ecology of Reform in South Asia, EARTHSCAN, London.

Research projects

  1. Young Lives – Longitudinal Study on Childhood Poverty
  2. Five Percent Sample Check of U-DISE Data for 2015-16: The Case of Telangana
    State
  3. Five Percent Sample Check of U-DISE Data for 2015-16: The Case of Andhra
    Pradesh
  4. Critical Assessment of participation of Children in Education in Hyderabad Slums
  5. Dropout Children in Telangana State: An Assessment in Rural Areas of Mahabubnagar District
  6. MDGs Assessment in A P and Telangana
  7. Involved in the Agriculture Commission appointed by Government of AP
  8. Social Wellbeing Outcomes of Rural Microfinance in Andhra Pradesh; University of Wisconsin; Madison, Wisconsin
  9. Study on Water User Associations”, funded by Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi.
  10. Flow of Funds between Rural and Urban Areas”, funded by NABARD