About Dil RahutDil Rahut is vice-chair of research and a senior research fellow at ADBI.
Uncovering women’s burden of “unseen” work
By Dil Rahut, Aichurek Kurmanbekova and Subhasis Bera. Posted May 1, 2023
Unpaid contributions to production and consumption in households remain excluded from the narrow economic definition of work but are essential to welfare.
ChatGPT and structural change: Proceed with caution
By Subhasis Bera, John Beirne and Dil Rahut. Posted April 18, 2023
ChatGPT has the potential to lay the foundation for structural change and economywide productivity growth.
Managing water resources in agriculture can ensure food and water security
By Jeetendra Prakash Aryal, Tetsushi Sonobe and Dil Rahut. Posted March 30, 2023
The unsustainable use of water resources in agriculture will have severe implications for future food and water security.
Putting an end to the social disease of domestic violence
By Aichurek Kurmanbekova, Dil Rahut and Subhasis Bera. Posted March 8, 2023
Domestic abuse is not a minor problem but a public health disease that affects millions of women around the globe.
Understanding the multifunctionality of agriculture production for sustainable rural livelihoods
By V. Ratna Reddy and Dil Rahut. Posted February 17, 2023
Multifunctionality is associated with human activities that perform multiple functions and generate ecosystem services that can be positive or negative.
Hypertension, a ticking time bomb that can be stopped to save millions of lives
By Tetsushi Sonobe, Raja Rajendra Timilsina and Dil Rahut. Posted February 13, 2023
Hypertension affects 25% of the world’s population and can be a silent killer with no warning signs.
The triple burden of malnutrition in early childhood
By Sakshi Pandey, Dil Rahut and KE Seetha Ram. Posted January 13, 2023
Children from disadvantaged groups are particularly prone to developing nutrient deficiencies and growth problems.
COP27, climate change mitigation, and a just transition for developing Asia
By Dina Azhgaliyeva and Dil Rahut. Posted November 21, 2022
Global communities need to come together to act quickly to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and attain net-zero carbon emissions.
Servitization of digital technologies to advance health inclusion in developing countries
By Vinaytosh Mishra, Subhasis Bera and Dil Rahut. Posted September 9, 2022
Rectifying the uneven distribution of healthcare remains key to reducing health inequity.
Reimagining South Asia’s electricity system amid growing energy market volatility
By Dhiroj Prasad Koirala, Dil Rahut and Priyantha Wijayatunga. Posted July 22, 2022
Regional collaboration can help to alleviate South Asia’s energy security challenges, which have been compounded by rising oil and gas prices, inflation, prospective food deprivation, and food protectionism.
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