Ashish Sachdeva

Research Director & Adjunct Assistant Professor, Max Institute of Healthcare Management

Research interests: Health Systems, Health Behaviour



I am the Research Director and Adj. Assistant Professor at the Max Institute of Healthcare Management, Indian School of Business (ISB). My area of research is healthcare, specifically healthcare delivery systems, behavioral sciences in health, and the interaction between the two. I study how individual and system-level changes affect individuals and public health outcomes.

For my research, I collaborate with various international funding and implementation agencies such as the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF), Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), PATH, J-PAL, World Health Partners (WHP), Pfizer, and Resolve to Save Lives.

I have a PhD and MA in Economics from the University of Southern California, an MA in Economics from the Delhi School of Economics, and a BA in Economics from Hansraj College, University of Delhi.

In addition to research, I enjoy teaching. I have taught courses in Economics, Behavioral, and Statistics at the Indian School of Business, Stanford University, Penn State University, and the University of Southern California.

Before joining ISB, I worked as a Research Fellow at the Global Asia Institute, National University of Singapore, and a Research Assistant and Teaching Assistant at the University of Southern California.