Asima Sahu is a researcher. She has worked as a Research Associate in IGIDR (Mumbai) and IBS (Bangalore). She worked as a Director of a company Zameen Khoj Consulting Pvt. Ltd. Her research areas of interests include Poverty, Employment, Migration, Urban Development etc. She has completed her MA, MPhil, Ph.D. in Analytical & Applied Economics from Utkal University, Odisha.
Research paper “Internal Migration after Covid-19” published in IOSR Journal of Humanities And Social Science (IOSR-JHSS), Volume 25, Issue 7, Series 14, July 2020
Research Paper “Changes in the Structural Growth of Employment in India” jointly with Prof. (Dr.) Raj Kishore Panda, published in The Indian Economic Journal, Special Issue, and December, 2012
Research Paper “Trends and Dimensions of Rural Poverty in Orissa” co-authored with Dr. R K Panda, published in Journal of Orissa Review, Vol. LXVIII No. 2&3, Sept- Oct, 2011
Research paper “Millennium Development Goals and Infant Mortality in India: A Distant Dream or A Reality” jointly with Prof. Subhalaxmi Mohapatra, published in International Journal of Global Economy, Vol.6, No.1, January 2010
Research paper “Paradoxes of Urban India-Issues and Challenges” co-authored with Prof. Subhalaxmi Mohapatra, published in Icfai Journal of Urban Policy, Vol. III, No. 2, October 2008
Magazine Article “Performance of Socio-Economic Indicators of Jammu and Kashmir” published in Icfai Reader, October, 2009