Herman Sahni

Herman Sahni

Assistant Professor of Finance

Baldwin Wallace University

Herman Sahni is an assistant professor of economics and finance at the Baldwin Wallace University. Her research interests include labor economics, health economics, development economics, and corporate finance. Her current research estimates of the effects of caregiving for older family members with Alzheimers on the labor supply of coresiding younger family members, the impact of electricity access to early childhood education in India, the state-wise analyzes of the relationship between opioid prescribing habits of physicians and the monetary gifts that they receive from pharmaceutical companies in the presence of real-time prescription drug monitoring programs (PDMPs), and market restrictions to business networking of female CEOs and how it impacts their decision-making.

Interests

  • Labor economics
  • Health economics
  • Development economics
  • Corporate finance

Education

  • PhD in Economics, 2016

    Northern Illinois University

  • MA in Labor and Employment Relations, 2003

    University of Cincinnati

  • MA in Business Economics, 2001

    University of Madras, India

  • BCom, 1999

    University of Madras, India

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