Isher Judge Ahluwalia was an Indian economist, public policy researcher, and professor. She was Chairperson Emeritus, Board of Governors, at the Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER). She was awarded India’s third highest civilian award, Padma Bhushan in 2009. She was suffering from brain cancer for the previous 10 months. She died from grade IV glioblastoma on 26 September 2020.
Isher Judge Ahluwalia’s career
Ahluwalia started her career as a policy economist at the International Monetary Fund in Washington, DC, before moving over to India.
Unknown Facts About Isher Judge Ahluwalia
- Her most recent book “Breaking Through” was a memoir and spoke about her career that broke many glass ceilings in the economics and public policy space.
- Isher Ahluwalia was married to fellow economist, and former deputy chairman of the Indian Planning Commission, Montek Singh Ahluwalia. They had two sons, Pawan and Aman Ahluwalia.
- She had also served as the chairperson of the board of the International Food Policy Research Institute, and the chairperson of the Government of India’s High-Powered Committee on Urban Infrastructure Services.
Relationship status of Isher Judge Ahluwalia
Isher Judge Ahluwalia Biography
|Name||Isher Judge Ahluwalia|
|Real Name||Isher Judge Ahluwalia|
|Profession||professor, Indian economist|
|Date of Birth||1 October 1945|
|Date of Death||26 September 2020|
|Father Name||Yet to be updated|
|Mother Name||Yet to be updated|
|Height||Yet to be updated|
|Weight||Yet to be updated|
|Zodiac Sign / Sun Sign||Not known|
|Net Worth||Under Review|
|Educational Qualification||PhD in economics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)|
|Hobbies||Yet to be updated|
|Hometown||Yet to be updated|
|Husband Name||Montek Singh Ahluwalia|
|Current City||Yet to be updated|