Sadia  Priyanka

Sadia  Priyanka

Assistant Professor of Economics

Joined Connecticut College: 2020

Ph.D., Economics, Clark University
M.A., Economics, University of Alberta, Canada
B.S.S., Economics, BRAC University, Bangladesh


Applied Microeconomics

Development Economics

Labor Economics

Economics of Gender

Sadia Priyanka is an applied microeconomist who conducts research in the fields of development and labor economics with a specific focus on issues of gender and human capital development. Her research explores the causes and consequences of women’s economic and political empowerment and how household decisions interact with public policies in determining human capital formation. Her research has been published in journals such as Labour Economics and Review of Development Economics.

Sadia Priyanka joined the Department of Economics in 2020 as an assistant professor after completing her doctorate in Economics at Clark University. She teaches courses in introductory microeconomics, economic development, and gender at Connecticut College.

She has prior experience working in the field of development in various organizations, including the International Labour Organization (ILO), The Asia Foundation, and the World Bank.

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Sadia  Priyanka
Connecticut College
270 Mohegan Ave.
New London, CT 06320