Keertana Subramani is an associate researcher at MBRSG focusing on economic policy and development, circular economy, digital economy, and education. She holds a MSc in Econometrics and Mathematical Economics from the London School of Economics (LSE) and a BSc degree in industrial and systems Engineering with a minor in Economics from Georgia Institute of Technology.
Keertana has previously served as a research assistant at Georgia Tech focusing on environmental economics, as a summer scholar at UNU Macau. Her master’s thesis in development economics while at LSE focused on analyzing Consumption Poverty Traps and Impacts of Targeted subsidized Grain Distribution. She has also worked as an educator, a technology consultant, and an engineer.