Sneha Thapliyal is a Fellow of Indian Institute of Management Bangalore from the Centre for Public Policy. She holds a Master's degree in Environment Management from Forest Research Institute University, Dehradun, and a Bachelor's degree in Microbiology from University of Delhi.
Her primary research interests are natural resource management, environmental policy analyses, inequalities and poverty. She teaches courses ranging from Microeconomics, Environmental and Resource Economics, to Sustainability in Practice, and Research in Public Policy across programmes.
She was the Canadian Commonwealth Scholar at McGill University in 2013. Prior to her doctoral degree, she taught Environmental Education at ICSE and ISC grade levels and Ecosystem and Societies in the Diploma Program of International Baccalaureate.
Sneha Thapliyal, Arnab Mukherji, and Deepak Malghan (2019). Economic inequality and loss of commons: Evidence from India, World Development
Swapnil Garg,G.Venkat and SnehaThapliyal (2017). Integrative Live Case Approach: A Contemporary Approach to Business Ethics Pedagogy, Journal of Business Ethics
Archi Rastogi, Sneha Thapliyal and Gordon Hickey (2014). Community Action and Tiger Conservation: Assessing the Role of Social Capital, Society and Natural Resources, 27: 12
Ruchi Badola, Syed Ainul Hussain, Bidyut Kumar Mishra, Bidyarani Konthoujam, Sneha Thapliyal, Parag Madhukar Dhakate (2010). An Assessment of Ecosystem Services of Corbett Tiger Reserve, India, The Environmentalist, 30: 4
Ruchi Badola, Syed Ainul Hussain, Pariva Dobriyal and Sneha Thapliyal (2016). Assessment of Recreational Services of Natural Landscapes in Third World Tropics using Travel Cost Method. In Wilderness of Wildlife Tourism. Publisher: Apple Academic Press.