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ASSISTANT PROFESSOR & CHAIRMAN – International Exchange and Collaborations & Chairman – Healthcare (HCM)


Healthcare Management, Strategic Management


B.H.M.S (Mumbai Univ.), PGDHM (IIHMR, Jaipur), MPP (NUS), PhD (National University of Singapore)


  • Daya has around 11 years’ experience in academia and healthcare industry. He has expertise in Health Policy, Policy Analysis and Public-Private Partnerships. He has worked with national & international NGOs, UN bodies and national governments in India, Thailand Cambodia and Singapore. He regularly provides consultancy services, to Consulting firms, NGOs and Government bodies. He is trustee for ARMMAN a healthcare non-profit organization with operations in over 20 states in India. He is also associated as an Adjunct Fellow with Global Village Foundation, India. He received Masters and PhD in Public Policy at Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore in 2007 and 2015 respectively.


  •  Health Policy, Health Economics and Financing, Health System, Public Policy for Managers, Business Environment, Organization Theory


  • Private Sector in Healthcare, Inter-Organizational Relations, Health Policy, Inter-organizational Governance, Policy Implementation


  • Maurya D (2018) “Contracting Out: Making It Work”  Policy Design and Practice doi DOI:10.1080/25741292.2018.1552107 
  • Maurya D & Amit Srivastava “Managing Partner Opportunism in Public Private Partnerships: The Dynamics of Contract Governance” (Accepted), Public Management Review. (A Category journal as per ABDC ranking 2016).
  • Maurya D, Kedar Joshi, Varsha Khandkar Vidya , Vishwanath Iyer “ Making up During Data Analysis in Sakala: Performance Measurement System in Karnataka” Public Administration Quarterly (Accepted) (A Category).
  • Maurya D & Yee Chang (2018) “Interactive Governance and Implementation Effectiveness in India’s National Health Insurance Program” (Accepted) Australian Journal of Public Administration (A Category).
  • Dayashankar Maurya and M. Ramesh (2018). “Program Design, Implementation and Performance: The Case of National Health Insurance in India.” Health Economics Policy and Law, 1-22. ABDC-B.
  • S. Rajasulochana and Dayashankar Maurya (2018). “108 in Crisis: Complacency and Compromise Undermine Emergency Services’ Potential”. Economic & Political Weekly 53 no. 25. ABDC-B.
  • Maurya D & Mukul Asher (2018) “ India’s Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana: Enhancing Policy and Organizational Capacities for Better Outcomes” in Mehta N & Arya A. (edited) “ Role of Public Policy in Development Process: Emerging Socio-Economic Scenario in the Indian Economy” Academic Foundation New Delhi.
  • Maurya D (2017)“ Reforms that are Needed to Revolutionize Healthcare” Chronicle Pharma-Biz December 21, 2017 23-24.
  • Maurya D. Virani A & Rajasulochana (2017) “Horses for Courses: Moving India towards Universal Health Coverage through Targeted Policy Design” Applied Health Economics and Health Policy doi DOI: 10.1007/s40258-017-0358-2.
  • Maurya D & Asher M “India’s march towards universal health coverage: Lesson’s from RSBY” Express Healthcare Vol 10 October 2016.
  • Asher M., Vora Y. & Maurya D (2015); An Analysis of Selected Pension and Healthcare Initiatives for Informal Sector Workers In India, Social Policy & Administration, Vol 6, 2015.
  • Asher M. & Maurya D (2014); Restructuring of Employees State Insurance Corporation, Pragati, The Indian National Interest Review.
  • Maurya, D. & Lai Allen (2013). Challenges in use of Public Private Partnership as a Policy Tool in Healthcare. In M. Popejoy, Global Health Policy. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Maurya D & Asher M “Case for Recast of employee insurance scheme gets stronger”, DNA July 21, 2010.

Conferences and Workshops

  •  “Governance of Knowledge Creation in Technology based Incubation” Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science India Conference ISB Hyderabad April 26-28, 2018.
  •  “Network Effectiveness: Governance of Dependency Relationships” Indian Public Policy Network Workshop at KIIT University Bhubaneswar 28-1 March 2018.
  •  “Mass with Mix: The Journey of Governance Adaptations” AMJ and IIMB Idea and Paper Development Workshop , IIM Bangalore , India 17-18 February 2018.
  • “Conditions that Make Contract Effective” International Workshop on The Governance of Collaboration: Co-Production, Contracting, Commissioning and Certification Dubrovnik 21-22 August 2017.
  •  “Designing a Performance Measurement System in case of Time Bound Service Delivery Act (SAKALA) in Karnataka” presented at International Conference on Public Policy, National University of Singapore June 2017.
  •  “Determinants of Contract Performance in Social Services: Linking Implementation Governance to Institutional Design” presented at International Conference on Public Policy, National University of Singapore June 2017.
  •  “Reducing Transaction cost in Healthcare: “An Assessment of the Role of New Healthcare Ventures in India” at Positive Disruptions in Healthcare and Income Security in India” conference organized by T. A Pai Management Institute. November 10-11 2016.
  •  “RSBY: Improving Coherence & Effectiveness” paper presented at National Seminar on the Role of Public Policy in Development Process, Ahmedabad, January 3-4, 2016.
  •  “It takes Two to Tango: Role of Inter-organizational Relations in Policy Implementation” Tenth International Conference on Public Policy and Management Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, August 12th – 15th, 2015.
  •  “Control or Collaboration: What Determines Performance of Public Contracting “at 6th Doctoral Colloquium at Indian Institute of Management, Ahmadabad, 7th – 9th Jan 2013.
  • “The Paradox of Regulating Healthcare in India: PPPs as the Way Forward” Paper presented at the 2nd Global Symposium on Health Systems Research Beijing China 29th November – 3rd December 2012.
  • “Political Economy of Public Private Partnership in India” Presented paper at 62nd Political Studies Association Annual; International Conference “In Defence of Politics “Belfast 3rd – 5th April 2012.
  • “Economic Decentralization and Regulation in Social Sectors –Resolving the Paradox of Social Regulation?” Paper presented at International Conference on Decentralization and its Discontents: Recalibrating Public Service Delivery in Asia Honk Kong Institute of Education Hongkong 17th – 18th November 2011.
  • “Resolving the Paradox of Social Regulation”, Presented paper at Fifth International Conference on Public Policy and Management Indian Institute of Management Bangalore , August 8th – 11th , 2009.


  • Best Research Paper Award at 6th Doctoral Colloquium, Indian Institute of Management, Ahmadabad, 7th – 9th Jan 2013
  • Harwin Award for Academic Excellence National University of Singapore 2008-09
  • Dean’s List National University of Singapore 2008-09
  • Numerous travel grants and Scholarships

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