- Evaluation Research and Antipoverty Policies
- Labor Market, Education, Nutrition, and Welfare-to-Work Initiatives
- Programs Designed to Support People with Disabilities in Employment
- Democracy and Governance
- Early Childhood
- Social Protection
- Water and Sanitation
Anu is a senior vice president and managing director of Mathematica’s international unit. She coordinates more than 50 researchers conducting research and evaluations in education, agriculture, health and nutrition, and infrastructure in Asia, Africa, and Central and South America. She is an expert in experimental and QED evaluations, cost-benefit analyses, and taught program evaluation at the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University for several years. Previously, Anu played key roles on evaluations of education, labor market, welfare, nutrition, and disability in the domestic policy context. Rangarajan holds a Ph.D. in economics from Brown University.