ECON 40. Principals of Microeconomics ECON 115 T. Political Economy of Global Capitalism ECON 192. Senior Project
Abhilasha Srivastava is an Assistant Professor of Economics at CSUSB. She holds a
Ph.D. in Economics and a Graduate Certificate on Gender Analysis in Economics from
American University, Washington DC. Her areas of interest are political economy, feminist
theory, and development economics. Her research focuses on economic exclusion, and
violence, and interrogates relationships between productive and reproductive labor,
inequalities of gender, race/caste, and class and economic development. Her research
has been published at Population and Development Review, Review of Radical Political Economy and her engaged scholarship appears in popular web-magazines. She is a member of
the Dollar & Sense Collective, based in Boston.
Political economy, social economics, feminist economics, and development economics.
Srivastava, A., & Willoughby, J. (2023). Capital, Caste, and Patriarchy: Theory of
Marriage Formation in India. Review of Radical Political Economics, 55(1), 47–69. https://doi.org/10.1177/04866134221080200.
Srivastava, Abhilasha. (2020). "Time Use and Household Division of Labor in India—Within-Gender
Dynamics". Population and Development Review. 46 (2): 249-285.
Srivastava, Abhilasha, and Floro, Maria. (2017). “The Dual Problem of Unemployment
and Time Squeeze in South Africa.” In Rachel Connelly and Ebru Kongar (Ed.), Gender and Time use in Global Context. Springer International Publishing AG, Cham, Switzerland, pp 193-230.
Srivastava, Abhilasha. (2012). “Micro-finance, Entrepreneurship and Gender Biases:
Constraints for Women and Unequal Outcomes.” In R.B.S. Verma, R.K. Singh, and Pooja
Verma (Ed.), Shades of Inclusion and Exclusion in India. India: New Royal Publishers, pp. 123-456.