Bhanu Bhatia


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Bhanu Bhatia is a Lecturer in the College of Business and Law specialising in Economics. She holds a PhD in Economics from Macquarie University and Economic (Honours) from Adelaide University. She is interested in teaching Economic Theory. Her research focusses on inequality incorporating gender, microfinance, diffusion, social capital and health. Challenging the traditional theoretical boundaries of economics and sociology, her work combines standard econometric techniques with social networks analysis and Geographic Information Systems to focus on answering big questions with quantitative tools.

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Bangladesh Social Sciences
health Social Sciences
social capital Social Sciences
social network Social Sciences
socioeconomic position Social Sciences
gender Social Sciences
Patterning Business & Economics
Reproductive health Business & Economics

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Research Output 2018 2018

Gendered patterning of relationships: Insights from reproductive health networks in Bangladesh

Bhatia, B. & Salignac, F., 2018, In : International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy. 38, 5-6, p. 360-377 18 p.

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social capital
social network
socioeconomic position