My name is Herman Sahni. I am an assistant professor at Baldwin Wallace University with research interests in health economics, gender equality and CEO studies. My current research analyzes the effects of co-residing debilitating older family members on labor outcomes of younger family members, gender differences in networking as a reason for wage differentials among CEOs, and the effect of ellectrification on human development indices in India.
ECONOMIC VALUE OF AGRO WASTE IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES, with S. L. Paul
In: Benjamin K. Simpson, Ebenezer M. Kwofie, and Alberta N. Aryee, Byproducts from Agriculture and Fisheries: Adding Value for Food, Feed, Pharma and Fuels. John Wiley & Sons, New Jersey (in production).