Urvashi Aneja is Associate Fellow with the Asia-Pacific Programme, providing regular insights on themes related to technology and society, and South-South cooperation.
She is founding director of Tandem Research; associate professor at the Jindal School of International Affairs; and visiting fellow at the Observer Research Foundation.
Urvashi is also on the T-20 task forces for digital economy and gender equity and is co-chair of the Scientific Committee of the Encyclopaedia for Humanitarian Action, at the University of Geneva.
Urvashi has published widely, across academia, policy, and media, and serves on the advisory board of a couple of academic journals.
She received her MPhil and DPhil in International Relations from Trinity College, University of Oxford, and currently resides in Goa, India.
Areas of expertise
- Future of work and learning
- Gender and digital economy
- Social dimensions of technology transitions
- South-South cooperation
- Humanitarian politics
|2016-present||Founding director, Tandem Research|
|2012-present||Associate professor, Jindal School of International Affairs, OP Jindal Global University|
|2014-17||Research fellow, Observer Research Foundation|
- They Say its Friendship; We say its Unwaged Work: Vulnerability, Dependency, and Profitability in a Digital Universe Global Policy: Digital Debates, 4:2017
- Empowering Women in a Digital Age: India with Vidisha Mishra, in Sorgner et. al, The Effects of Digitalization on Gender Equality in the G20 Economies, Kiel Institute for World Economy, May 2017
- Bridging the Digital Divide: Skills for the Digital Age with Vidisha Mishra & Krish Chetty, G-20 Insights, March 2017
- Learning from the Old, Preparing for the New: Designing an Institutional Architecture for India’s Development Partnerships Working Paper, Observer Research Foundation, March 2017
- India, R2P and Humanitarian Assistance: A case of norm containment Global Responsibility to Protect, 6: 2014