Tatenda Zinyemba

PhD fellow

Research group(s):
2. Social Protection, Inclusive Innovation and Development
3. Economic Development, Innovation, Governance and Institutions
4. Sustainable Development, Innovation and Societal Transitions
8. Population, Development and Labour Economics

Tatenda's research focuses on inequalities in health, education and gender. Her dissertation analyzes effects of HIV on gender-gaps in educational attainment  in Sub-Saharan Africa. Ongoing and developing research projects include examining intergenerational transmission of education; analysis of health care systems and policies; Intimate partner physical violence; and effects of gender inequality on economic development in Sub-Saharan Africa. Tatenda has a Master's in Public Affairs with an emphasis in Health Policy from Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs, a Master's in Eonomics from University of Kansas, and a Bachelors in Mathematics from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis.