Curriculum Vita - Jadavpur University

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CURRICULUM VITAE OF DR. ASIM KUMAR KARMAKAR
1.
Name and Address
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5.
Date & Place of Birth
Sex
Marital Status
Name of Father and Mother
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7.
Academic qualification
Present position held
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9.
Name of the University
Basic Pay
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13.
Nationality
Religion
Subject/Area/Field of
Specialization with research
professional experience.
Details of Publication &
research papers indicating
journals.
Knowledge of foreign
language
Extra Curricular Activities
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: Dr. Asim Kumar Karmakar
Flat – 181/12/A, Raja Rammohan Roy Road, Kolkata
– 700 041, West Bengal, India.
Phone. No. (033)2406-8696, M-09433894995,
eMail: [email protected]
: 03.01.1956, MALDA, West Bengal, India.
: Male
: Unmarried
: Late Jitendranath Karmakar
Late Giribala Karmakar
: M.A. (Economic), Ph. D. in Economics
: Assistant Professor, Department of Economics,
Jadavpur University, Kolkata – 700 032
: Jadavpur University, Kolkata – 700 032
: Rs, 31,080/- p.m. as on May 2014.
: Indian
: Hinduism
: India’s International Trade & Indian Economics
: Please see separate sheet enclosed for this purpose.
: English
: Actively participated in Literary pursuits as well as
sports like Cricket. Proficiency in writing poetry,
essays and translation works in Bengali language.
Recipient of different prizes in various essay
competitions at District and State Levels. Edited
‘Bibidisha’, a Bengali Economic and Literary Halfyearly. Editor and translator of ‘NOBEL BIJOYEEDER
GALPA SANGRAHA’ published by Model Publishing
House, Kolkata. ISBN 81-7616-050-4 & ‘CARIBBEAN
GALPASANGRAHA’ published by Books Way,
Kolkata. ISBN 978-93-81672-19-8.
Thoroughly conversant
symposium/seminar on
Economic Issues.
1
in organizing conference,
diverse subjects including
17.
Membership of Learned
Societies and /or
Professional Bodies
:
1. Life Member, The Indian Econometric Society,
Executive Council Member, The Indian
Econometric Society, 1998-2000,2013-2014,
2014-2015.
2. Life
Member,
The
Indian
Economic
Association. Executive Council Member, The
Indian Economic Association, 2014-2017.
3. Life Member, Bengal Economic Association
Former Execution Council Member, Bengal
Economic Association 2002-2005, 2005-2008
and 2008-2011.
4. Former Managing Editor (2011-2014) of
Quarterly Referred Journal “Artha Beekshan”
of the Bengali Economic Association.
5. Life Member, Indian Society of Labour
Economics.
18.
Participation in Seminar/
symposium/ Conference/
Workshop
: Please see separate sheet enclosed for this purpose.
19.
Project Supervised
: Balance of Payments and Macroeconomic behaviour
in India since 1990s as a Principal Investigator under
Seed support for Potential for Excellence during 2005
to 2007 with sanctioned amount of Rs.50,000/- by
Jadavpur University.
Two Decades of Reforms: The Indian Economy, UGC
Minor Research Project vide sanction no.: 6-7/2012
(MRP) dated 07.09.2012 as a Principal.
20.
Books/ Monographs Edited
: 1. BoP Theory and Policy; The Indian Experience
(2010), Deep & Deep Publications, New Delhi. ISBN:
978-81-8450-273-2, pp. xiv + 450, Rs.1650/2. Capital Account Convertibility in India (2011) (coedited), Deep & Deep Publications, New Delhi.
ISBN: 978-81-8450-314-2, pp. xv + 207. Rs.780/3. Food Security in India: A Comprehensive Plan for
Sustainable Solution (2012) (co-edited), Regal
Publications, New Delhi. ISBN: 978-81-8484-158-9,
pp. xx +356, Rs.1880/4. Higher Secondary Economics Text Book for Class
XI under West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary
2
Education vide Notifications DS(A) SD/0067/2013
dated 11.02.2013, published in August 2013 (coauthor), Dey Book Concern, Kolkata – 700 073,
ISBN: 81-88133-97-3, pp. xvi + 271, Rs.175/-.
5. Analytical Issues In Trade, Development And
Finance –Essays In Honour Of Professor
Biswajit
Chatterjee
(2014),
(co-edited),
Springer-India, New Delhi,
6. Two Decades in Economic Reforms in India (2014)
(co-edited), Regal Publications, New Delhi. ISBN:
978-81-8484-284-5, pp. xxiv + 391, Rs.1550/-.
7. Post-Reforms Indian Economy (co-edited) (2014),
Regal Publications.
8. Higher Secondary Economics Text Book for Class
XII under West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary
Education vide Notifications WBCHSE/M3722/XII3013-15 dated April, 2014, published in April 2014
(co-author), Dey Book Concern, Kolkata – 700 073,
ISBN: 81-88133-99-X, pp. xvi + 376 + xvi, Rs.200/-.
9. Financial Sector Liberalisation in India: Theory and
Empirics, (co-edited), Regal Publications, New Delhi
(Forthcoming in July 2014).
10. Agriculture, Sustainable Development and
Microfinance in India –Essays in Honour of Professor
Biswajit Chatterjee, Regal Publications, New Delhi
(Forthcoming 2014), (co-edited)
11. Macroeconomics, Employment and Social
Development –Essays In Honour Of Professor
Biswajit Chatterjee, Regal Publications, New Delhi
(Forthcoming 2014), (Edited).
12. Rural Livelihoods In India: Issues, Measurement
& Policies, Regal Publications, New Delhi
(Forthcoming 2014), (co-edited).
21.
Teaching Experience
: Eight Years six months teaching experience as
Lecturer and Assistant Professor in the Department
of Economics, Jadavpur University, Kolkata – 700
032. Teach Indian Economics in U.G & P.G. both
and Macroeconomics in Extra-departmental Pass
courses.
3
22.
Academic Career
Name Of
Degree
Level
Doctoral Degree
Master’s degree
Bachelor’s degree
School Leaving
Ph.D. Thesis title
:
University / College /
School / Institution
Ph.D
Jadavpur University,
Kolkata – 700 032
MA in
Economics
B.A. (Hons.)
in
Economics
Higher
Secondary
(Sc.); old 11
yr. course.
Rabindra Bharati
University, Kolkata
Malda College under
University of North
Bengal
Malda Zilla School
under West Bengal
Board of Secondary
Education.
Date of
Joining
Registered
on 1994
Date of
Leaving
Year of
Ph.D.
award: 1998
1985
1987
1975
1981
1968
1973
Balance of Payments and Economic Development — The Indian
Experience during the period from 1950-1990.
:
23.
Research Guidance as Main
Supervisor
Degree
Ph.D
M.Phil
MA / MSc
No. of Students Guided
Administrative experience if any
Three students registered
under my guidance out of
which one has submitted
the thesis entitled
“Industrialization and
Urbanization: An analytical
study on growth,
employment and wages in
major cities of India since
1991.” on 17.04.2013.
3(obtained the M. Phil
Degree in 2010, 2011 and
2013)
--
In National Service Scheme (NSS) acting
as Programme Officer.
4
Training Courses, Teaching-Learning-Evaluation Technology Programmes, Faculty
Development Programme not less than one week duration
Sl. No.
Programme
Duration
Organised by
1.
Orientation
Programme
Three weeks
UGC-Academic Staff College, Jadavpur
University in collaboration of UGC.
2.
Business
Studies
Three weeks
UGC-Academic Staff College,
University of Calcutta in collaboration
of UGC.
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Enclosure
RESEARCH AND ACADEMIC CONTRIBUTION
A) Published Papers in Referred Journals:
Sl.
No.
Title with page nos.
Journal with full reference and ISSN/ISBN.
Whether peer reviewed.
Impact Factor, if any
No. of coauthors
Whether
you are
the main
author
INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS
1.
Development Planning & Policies
under Mahalanobis Strategy: A
Tale of India’s Dilemma[pp. 121132]
2.
Environment, Sustainability &
Development Challenges in
China[pp.13-15]
3.
Towards a Prudent Policy for Food
Security in India
1.
Economic Contribution of Joan
Robinson [Pages J45-J55]
2.
Contributions of Alfred Marshall
to International Trade Theory and
Policy [pp. 35-44]
3.
Indian Farmers and The Rural
Financial Sector Development – A
Critical Appraisal. [pp.168-175].
4.
Gender Inequality and Public
Action in India. [pp. 99-106]
5.
Capital Account Convertibility in
India – Some Theoretical Issues
and Policy Prescriptions. [pp.153161]
Mahalanobis Strategy of
Development Planning : A Tale of
India’s Dilemma [pp. 58-68]
Nil
Yes.
01
Yes
01
Yes
Artha Shastra (A Quarterly Referred Journal of
the Bangiya Arthaniti Parishad), Vol 8, No.1.,
1989 [ISSN: 0972-1185] Peer Reviewed
Journal.
The Indian Economic Journal, January –
March,Vol.43,No.3, 1996 (A Referred
Journal) [ISSN: 0019-4662] Peer Reviewed
Journal.
Arthabeekshan, Vol.14, No. 3 & 4, December
2005 & March 2006 (A Quarterly Referred
Journal of Bengal Economic Association).
[ISSN: 0972-1185] Peer Reviewed Journal.
Artha Beekshan Vol.15, No. 2, September 2006
(Special Number on Economic Development :
Gender Issues), 2006 ( A Referred Journal )
[ISSN: 0972-1185] Peer Reviewed Journal.
Arthabeekshan, Vol. 15, No.4, March 2007 (A
Referred Journal) [ISSN: 0972-1185]
Nil
Yes.
Nil
Yes
Nil
Yes
Nil
Yes
Nil
Yes
Arthabeekshan, Vol. 16, No. 2, Sept. 2007.
(Special Number on Revisiting Mahalanobis
Strategy of Planning after 50 Years) (A
Referred Journal ) [ISSN: 0972-1185]
Arthabeekshan, Vol. 17, No. 1, June 2008. (A
Referred Journal ) [ISSN: 0972-1185]
Nil
Yes
1
No.
International Journal of Business & Social
Research,Volume -2, Number-2, April 2012
published from Maryland Institute of Research,
USA. Peer Reviewed Journal.
[ISSN 2164-2540]
International Research Journal of
Humanities and Environmental Issues
(IRJHEI), Vol.-I, Issue: 4, Jul,2012 published
from Jai Hind Education Society, Pune – 14.
Peer Reviewed Journal.
[ISSN 2277-9329]
US-China Law Review. Published from David
Publishing Company, 16710 East Johnson
Drive, City of Industry, CA 91745, USA [ISSN
1548-6605]
Volume 2 No. 2. February, 2014. pp- 221-262
NATIONAL JOURNALS
6.
7.
Special Economic Zones (SEZs) in
India: An Economic Analysis.
[pp.31-48]
6
8.
How Well is India Doing in the
Field of Regionalism and
Multilateralism in International
Trade? [pp. 26-33].
Sl.
No.
The Indian Economic Journal, Special Issue,
December 2010.
(A Referred Journal) [ISSN: 0019-4662] Peer
Reviewed Journal.
Journal with full reference and ISSN/ISBN.
Whether peer reviewed.
Impact Factor, if any
Yes.
No. of coauthors
9.
Macroeconomics of Exchange
Rate Management in Developing
Countries with Special Reference
to India [pp 42-63 ]
Arthabeekshan, Vol. 20, No. 2 & 3, Sept-Dec.
2011. (A Referred Journal ) [ISSN: 09721185] Peer Reviewed Journal.
1
Whether
you are
the main
author
Yes.
10.
India’s Growth Trajectory After
Economic Reforms [pp 39-45]
Nil
Yes.
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Employment Pattern in India over
Two Decades of Economic
Reforms among Vulnerable Social
Groups [pp. 383-392]
World Focus: Special Issue on ‘A Glance at
India’s Economic Growth’. Issue: 394, 33rd
Year of Publication, Endocentric Foreign Affairs
Monthly Journal, Volume XXXIII, Number 10,
October 2012.
[ISSN 2230-8458] Peer Reviewed Journal.
The Indian Economic Journal, Special Issue,
2012 [ ISSN 0019-4662] on the Theme
“Employment Pattern: Structural , Regional and
Social Groups”
Nil
Yes
12.
The Rise and Fall of the Planning
Syndrome in India. [pp.29-44]
Nil
Yes
13.
B.R. Ambedkar’s Economic
Thoughts and Philosophy — Their
Relevance Today [pp. 91-99]
Inclusive
Growth
in
India
(FORTHCOMING)
Arthabeekshan, Vol. 22, No4, Dec. 2013. (A
Referred Journal ) [ISSN: 0972-1185] Peer
Reviewed Journal.Social Groups.”
The Indian Economic Journal, Special Issue,
December 2013 [ISSN 0019-4662]
Nil
Yes
World Focus: Special Issue on ‘A Glance at
India’s Economic Growth’. August Issue
2014, Peer Reviewed Journal.
Nil
Yes
14.
Title with page nos.
Nil
B. (i) Articles/Chapters published in Books:
Sl.
No.
Title with page nos.
1.
The Indian Economy – A March
Towards Globalisation [pp. 25-36]
2.
Privatisation of Public Sector
Enterprises in India : An Evaluation
of Some Basic Issues [pp. 168-187]
3.
Trade Balance and Domestic
Absorption in India: An Examination
of Basic Issues [pp. 12-34]
India’s Trade Balance and
Macroeconomic Policies – An
Economic Analysis. [pp. 341-373]
Multinational Enterprises in
4.
5.
Book Title, Editor & Publisher (with ISSN/ISBN)
In a book entitled “Structural Adjustment in the Indian
Economy” Vol. 2,(1993) edited by Debendra Kumar
Das, Deep & Deep Publications, New Delhi.
[ISBN: 81-7100-477-6]
In a book entitled “Privatisation of Public Sector
Undertakings – Rationale and Feasibility”(1994) edited
by Dr. D.K. Das, Deep & Deep Publications, New
Delhi. [ISBN: 81-7100-637-2]
In a book entitled “India’s International Trade & Rupee
Exchange Rate”(1995) Edited by Dr. Mrs. Murty,
RBSA Publishers, Jaipur-3.. [ISBN: 81-7611-036-1]
In a book entitled “Economic Liberalisation in
India”(1998) edited by Biswajit Chatterjee, Allied
Publishers Pvt. Ltd., Calcutta. [ISBN: 81-7023-870-6]
In a book entitled “Multinational Corporations in
7
No. of coauthors
Nil
Whether
you are the
main
author
Yes
Nil
Yes.
1
No
1
No
1
No
6.
7.
Sl.
No.
Economic Development: A Critical
Appraisal. [pp. 147-156]
The State, Markets and Political
Economy of Growth in India and
China. [pp. 18-26]
India’s Balance of Payments Since
Independence – A Critical Appraisal.
[pp. 246-276]
Title with page nos.
8.
Trade and Payments Policy Regimes
in India Since Independence. [pp. 1753]
9.
Amartya Sen on Poverty, Inequality
and Famine [pp. 193-209]
10.
Exchange Rate Management &
Reforms in India Since
Independence: An Evaluation.
[pp. 125-142]
Environment and Development in an
Open Economy. [pp. 11-23]
11
12
Amartya Sen and Economic Science
of Development. [pp. 225-254]
13.
Dadabhai Naoroji, Drain Theory and
Poverty– Towards A Discourse in
Political Economy. [pp. 295-303]
14.
Dimensions of Asymmetric
Information: A New Look. [pp. 3355]
15.
Management of State Finance : An
Analysis of State Level Data in the
1990s [ pp 57-81].
16
The West Bengal Economy with
Reference to Agriculture. [pp. 121130]
17
The Nehruvian Legacy: Its Impact on
the Indian Economy. [pp. 110-118]
India”,(1998) edited by Dr. S. Murti, RBSA Publishers,
Jaipur-3. [ISBN: 81-7611-019-1]
In a book entitled “Market Economy and Economic
Growth”(1999) edited by Dr. S. Murti, RBSA
Publishers, Jaipur-3. [ISBN: 81-7611-036-1]
In a book entitled “Post Reform Leading Issues of
Indian Economy”(1999) edited by AND Bajpai et al.,
Atlantic Publishers & Distributors, New Delhi. [ISBN:
81-7156-825-4]
Book Title, Editor & Publisher (with ISSN/ISBN)
1
No
1
No
No. of coauthors
In a book entitled “International Money Market &
Indian Economic Reforms”(2000) edited by Amitabh
Sukla, Kaniksha Publishers & Distributers, New Delhi110 002. [ISBN: 81-7391-317-X]
In a book entitled “Economics of Amartya Sen”(2000)
edited by Ajit Kumar Sinha and Raj Kumar Sen, Deep
& Deep Publications, New Delhi. [ISBN: 81-7629259-1]
In a book entitled “Exchange Rate Behaviour in
Developing Countries”(2000) edited by Alak Ghosh &
Rakesh Raman, Deep & Deep Publications, New
Delhi.. [ISBN: 81-7629-268-0]
In a book entitled “Environment and
Development”(2001) edited by G.S. Monga, Deep &
Deep Publications, New Delhi. [ISBN: 81-7629-270-2]
1
Whether
you are the
main
author
No
Nil
Yes.
Nil
Yes.
1
No
In a book entitled “Ten Great Economists” Vol. X
(2004 ), edited by Debendra Kumar Das, Deep & Deep
Publications, New Delhi. [ISBN: 81-7629-314-8]
In a book entitled “Ten Great Economists”Vol IX
(2004)
,edited by Debendra Kumar Das, Deep &
Deep Publications, New Delhi.
[ISBN: 81-7629-305-9]
Published in a book “Economics of Asymmetric
Information”, (2006)edited by Dilip M. Nachane &
Biswajit Chatterjee,Deep and Deep Publications, New
Delhi. [ISBN: 81-7629-826-3]
Keynote Paper presented on 21st Sept., 2003 at St.
Xavier’s College, Kolkata in a National Seminar
organized jointly by St. Xavier’s College
(Autonomous) Kolkata and Bengal Economic
Association and that paper has been published later in a
book “Management of State Finances”,( 2006)edited
by Raj Kumar Sen and Asis Dasgupta, Deep & Deep
Publications, New Delhi. [ISBN: 81-7629-831-X]
In a book “West Bengal Today: 25 Years of Economic
Development”(2007) edited by R. K. Sen & Asis
Dasgupta, Deep & Deep Publications, New Delhi.
[ISBN: 81-7629-984-7]
Published in a book,
‘Economic Philosophy of Jawaharlal Nehru'(2010)
edited by Anil Thakur & Debes Mukherjee, Deep &
Deep Publications, New Delhi. [ISBN:978-81-8450272-5]
Nil
Yes
Nil
Yes
Nil
Yes
2
No
2nd Author
1
Yes
Nil
Yes.
8
18
Poverty Alleviation in India for a
Sustainable Future. [pp. 219-224]
19.
Indian Struggling into the Pitfall of
Special Economic Zones — A
Referential Outlook from Mauritius
& China.[ pp 167-194}
Global Financial Meltdown and the
Indian Economy [pp. 87-112]
20
Sl.
No.
Title with page nos.
21.
Globalisation, Distribution &
Inclusiveness in India: Issues &
Evidences. [pp. 192-202]
22.
Public Employment Programme for
the Unorganised Workers in India:
The Case of Mahatma Gandhi
National Rural Employment
Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS)
[pp. 161-172]
Achieving Food and Nutrition
Security in India [pp. 128-159]
23.
24.
Environmental Management—Is it
the Key to Success for Future
Sustainability of the Earth ?[pp. 472486]
25.
Banks Run, Bubbles and the Global
Financial Crisis [pp. 61-87]
26.
The Plight of Women Farmers in
India [pp. 241-250]
27.
An Introduction to the Growth,
Proliferation and Intensification of
Regional Trade Agreements [pp.
131-161]
Two Decades of Economic Reforms
— The Indian Economy [pp. 47-102]
28.
29.
Contagious Financial Crises in the
Recent Past and Their Implications
for India
[ pp 499-534]
In a book entitled “Poverty and Sustainable
Development: Concepts & Measures,”(2010) edited by
N.S. Iyengar, Deep & Deep Publications, New Delhi.
[ISBN: 978-81-8450-269-5]
In a book entitled “Special Economic Zones in India
(China’s Way of Developments),”(2010) edited by P.
Arunachalam, Serials Publications, New Delhi. 2010.
[ISBN: 978-81-8387-336]
In a book entitled “Modern Indian Economy,”(2011)
edited by R.K. Sen, Deep & Deep Publications, New
Delhi. [ISBN: 978-81-8450-331-9]
Book Title, Editor & Publisher (with ISSN/ISBN)
Nil
Yes
1
No
Nil
Yes
No. of coauthors
In a book entitled ‘Globalization & Inequality,”(2011)
edited by Debes Mukherjee, Deep & Deep
Publications, New Delhi.
[ISBN: 978-81-8450-366-1]
In a book entitled, “Indian Economic Development:
Contemporary Issues”: A Festschrift in Honour of
Prof. Raj Kumar Sen, (2012) edited by Dr. D.N.
Bhattacharyya, Regal Publications.
[ISBN: 978-81-8484-167-1]
Nil
Whether
you are the
main
author
Yes
Nil
Yes
In a book entitled ‘Food Security in India: A
Comprehensive Plan for Sustainable Solution,”(2012)
edited by Prof. Biswajit Chatterjee & Asim K.
Karmakar, Regal Publications, New Delhi.
[ISBN: 978-81-8484-158-9]
In a book entitled ‘Environmental Problems and
Challenges: Recent Issues and Opportunities--: A
Festschrift in Honour of Prof. Raj Kumar Sen”(2013)
edited by Dr. Somnath Hazra, Regal Publications, New
Delhi.[ISBN: 978-81-8484-250-0] Chapter 29
In a book entitled ‘Economy of India:Glimpses of
Various Issues’: Essays in Honour of Prof. Manjula
Bose, (2013), edited by Dr. Mrinal Kumar Dasgupta,
Regal Publications, New Delhi, [ISBN: 978-81-8484237-1]
In a book entitled ‘Women Entrepreneurship and
Development: The Way Ahead’ edited by Sahebrao
Bhau Ohol, et. al. (2013), Global Press, Delhi - 91.
[ISBN: 978-93-82484-07-3]
In a book entitled ‘Post Reforms Indian Economy(
2014),” edited by Prof Dhirendra Nath Konar and
Asim K. Karmakar, Regal Publications, New Delhi,
[ISBN: 978-81-8484-325-5]
In a book entitled ‘Two Decades of Economic Reforms
in India’, (2014), edited by Dr. Suvranshu Pan, Prof.
Snatanu Ghose and Dr. Asim K. Karmakar, Regal
Publications, New Delhi, [ISBN: 978-81-8484-284-5]
In a book entitled ‘Analytical Issues in Trade,
Development and Finance — Essays in Honour of
Biswajit Chatterjee’, edited by Dr. Ambar Nath Ghosh
and Dr. Asim K. Karmakar, Springer (India), [ISBN
Nil
Yes
Nil
Yes
Nil
Yes
1
No. Second
Author
Nil
Yes
Nil
Yes
Nil
Yes
10: 8132216490
9
ISBN 13: 9788132216490]
30.
Common Property Resources — An
Outline
pp. 43-51
In a book edited by Suvranshu Pan entitled ‘Economic
Reforms and Common Property Resources’, peerreviewed publication, Regal Publications, New Delhi
ISBN: 978-81-8484-323-1
No
Yes
30.
Liberalisation of the Financial Sector
Reforms in India and China: An
Overview. (FORTHCOMING)
Nil
Yes
31.
Storm in a Spaghetti Bowl: The Case
of BRICS. (FORTHCOMING)
Nil
Yes
32.
Reforms and Rationalisation of
Indian Tax System: An Economic
Analysis. [pp. 65-77]
01
Yes
33.
Policies and Strategies for Achieving
Food and Nutrition Security in India:
Myths
and
Realities.
(FORTHCOMING)
In a book entitled ‘Financial Sector Liberalisation in
India: Theory and Empirics’, edited by Dr. Sebak K.
Jana and Dr. Asim K. Karmakar, Regal Publications,
New Delhi.
In a book entitled ‘Macroeconomics, Employment and
Social Development’, edited by Dr. Ambar Nath Ghosh
and Dr. Asim K. Karmakar,
In a book edited by Dr. Sajal Kanti Maity, et. al
entitled ‘Suprayaga — An interdisciplinary peerreviewed publication, Department of Commerce,
Hooghly Mohsin College’, Chinsurah, Hooghly –
712101.
In a book edited by Dr. M.A. Beg entitled ‘Food
Security in India’, New Delhi.
01
Yes
B. (ii) Full Papers in Conference Proceedings:
Sl.
No.
1.
2
3.
Title with page nos.
External Value of the Rupee and
India’s Balance of Payments – A
Macro-Economic Assessment [pp.
28-33]
Reforms and Rationalization in the
Indian Tax System – An Economic
Analysis. [pp. 90-101]
In Looking into Good Governance:
the State and Economic
Development. [pp. 1211-1214]
4.
Global Economic Meltdown and its
impact on the Indian Economy
[pp. 283-288]
5.
Capital Flows and Financial Crises
[pp.77-93]
Revitalizing Rural Local
Government in India through Good
Governance [pp. 123-131]
6.
Details of Conference Publication (with ISSN/ISBN)
Indian Economic Association’s 76th Annual
Conference Volume of the Platinum Jubilee Year,
1993-94, Conference held at Bombay University
during 19-21February, 1994.
The Indian Economic Association’s Conference
Volume, 77th Annual Conference held during 27 to 29
December 1994 at Mysore University, 1994.
The Indian Economic Association’s Conference
Volume- Part-II, 90th IEA Annual Conference held
during 25-27 October,2007 at Deptt. Of Economics
,University of Kashmir, Hazratbal, Srinagar, J& K
under the theme-IV: Economics of Good Governance.
The Indian Economic Association’s Conference
Volume, 92nd Annual Conference of IEA (Dec 27 – 29,
2009) organized and hosted by: KIIT School of
Management, KIIT University, Bhubanaswar, Odisha.
Artha Beekshan, Vol. 20, No. 4, March 2012. (A
Referred Journal ) [ISSN: 0972-1185]
The Indian Economic Journal, Special Issue, December
2011.
(A Referred Journal) [ISSN: 0019-4662]
10
No. of
coauthors
Nil
Whether
you are
the main
author
Yes
Nil
N.A.
1
Yes
No
Yes
Nil
Yes
Nil
Yes.
C. (ii) Papers presented in Conferences, Seminars, Workshops, Symposia:
Sl.
No.
Title of the paper
1.
Capital Account Convertibility in India –
Some Theoretical Issues and Policy
Prescriptions
Environment, Sustainability and
Development Challenges in China
2.
3.
Environmental Management Towards a
Sustainable Future
4.
Fiscal Deficit and Trade Deficit in IndiaA Time Series Explanation.
5.
Trade Balance and Domestic Absorption
in India : An Examination of Basic
Issues.
Environment and Development in an
Open Economy.
6.
7.
8.
Indian Trade Balance and
Macroeconomic Policies – An Economic
Analysis
Decentralized Planning in India
9.
Some Economic Issues in the BoP
Scenario in India.
10.
On Alfred Marshall’s Contributions to
International Trade Theory and Policy.
11.
Privatization of Public Sector Enterprises
in India.
12.
External Value of the Rupee and India’s
Balance of Payments:- A Macro
Economic Assessment.
Reforms and Rationalization in the Indian
13.
Conference/Seminar
(Whether International/ National/ State/ Regional/
College or University level)
INTERNATIONAL LEVEL
16th World Congress held in Tsinghua University,
Beijing, China during July 4-8, 2011
International Conference on Issues and Challenges in
Commerce, Management, Technology, Engineering
and Social Science held on 27-28 July, 2012 at Hotel
Aurora Towers, Pune
International Seminar on Centre for Development
Studies and Research (CDSR) in collaboration with
Rabindra Bharati University (RBU) and Krishnagar
Womens’ College as Keynote Speaker on 19.01.2014.
NATIONAL LEVEL
28th Annual Conference of the Indian Econometric
Society held in the Year 1991 at University of North
Bengal.
Organized by
International
Economic
Association
Choice College of
Arts and Commerce,
Pune – 411 038
Centre for
Development Studies
and Research
(CDSR) in
collaboration with
Rabindra Bharati
University (RBU)
University of North
Bengal
31st Annual Conference of the Indian Econometric
Society held at National Institute of Bank
Management, Pune, during May 12-14, 1995.
33rd Annual Conference of the Indian Econometric
Society held at University of Hyderabad between 3-5
March, 1997.
34th Annual Conference of the Indian Econometric
Society held at Mangalore University during March 2730, 1998
71st Annual Conference of the IEA in December, 1988
held at Jadavpur University, Kolkata.
72nd Annual Conference of the IEA during Dec 1989Jan 1, 1990 held at Department of Economics,
University of Kerala, Trivandrum.
73rd Annual Conference of the IEA during 28-30
December, 1990 organized by Bihar University,
Muzaffarpur.
75th Plantinum Jubilee Annual Conference of the IEA
held at Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore in May
1-3, 1993.
76th Plantinum Jubilee Conference of the IEA held at
University of Bombay between 19-21 February, 1996.
National Institute of
Bank Management,
Pune.
University of
Hyderabad
77th Annual Conference of the IEA during- 27,28,29
University of Mysore
11
Mangalore University
Jadavpur University,
Kolkata
University of Kerala,
Trivandrum.
Bihar University,
Muzaffarpur.
Devi Ahilya
Vishwavidyalaya,
Indore
University of
Bombay
14.
15.
Sl.
No.
Tax System – An Economic Analysis.
Dadabhai Naoroji, Drain Theory and
Poverty – Towards a Discourse in
Political Economy.
Exchange Rate Management and Reforms
in India since Independence.
Title of the paper
16.
Will India Win as a Member of
WTO?
17.
New Dimensions of Asymmetric
Information – A New Look.
Poverty Alleviation – Pathways for India
to a Sustainable Future.
18.
December 1994 held at University of Mysore.
78th Annual Conference of the IEA during 28-30
December, 1995 held at Punjab University,
Chandigarh.
82nd Annual Conference of the IEA during 27-29
December, 1999 held at Punjab School of Economics,
Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar.
Conference/Seminar
(Whether International/ National/ State/ Regional/
College or University level)
Punjab University,
Chandigarh
Guru Nanak Dev
University, Amritsar
Organized by
83rd Conference of the Millennium (30-12-2000 to 0101-2001) of the IEA held at Department of Economics,
University of Jammu, Jammu.
85th Annual Conference of the IEA held at University
of Kerala during December 27 to 29, 2002.
86th Annual Conference of the IEA held at Shivaji
University, Kolhapur during 29-31 December, 2003.
University of Jammu,
Jammu
University of Kerala
Shivaji University,
Kolhapur
19.
Globalisation, the WTO, and the Developing
Countries with Special Reference to India.
88th Annual Conference of the IEA held at School of
Economics, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, Andhra
Pradesh during 27th – 29th December, 2005.
Andhra University,
Visakhapatnam, Andhra
Pradesh
20.
Mahalanobis Strategy of Development
Planning : A Tale of India’s Dilemma.
Mid-Year National Seminar on “Revisiting
Mahalanobis Strategy of Planning after 50 Years”
jointly organized by St. Xavier’s College, Kolkata &
BAP on 17th September,2006
21.
Capital Account Convertibility in India –
Some Theoretical Issues and Policy
Prescriptions
In Looking into Good Governance :The
State and Economic Development
27th Annual Conference of BAP (UGC sponsored
National Conference ) on 17th and 18th February, 2007
at Lady Brabourne College
90th Annual Conference of IEA held at the Department
of Economics, University of Kashmir, Srinagar, J & K
in 2007
National Seminar on “Issues of Energy, Energy
Security & Alternative Energies in North –East India”
held during 5th -6th June, 2008 at Shillong
91st Annual Conference of IEA( DEC 27-29, 2008)
organized by the Department of Economics, Mohanlal
Sukhadia University, Udaipur, Rajasthan
Jointly organized by
St. Xavier’s College,
Kolkata & Bangiya
Arthaniti Parishad
(BAP)
Lady Brabourne
College, Kolkata
22.
23.
Growth Potential of Energy Sector in
North- East India: A Synoptic Review.
24.
The Nehruvian Legacy: Its Impact on the
Indian Economy
25.
Globalization Inclusiveness and
Inequality in India: Issues and Evidence.
26.
‘Global Economic Meltdown and its
Impact on the Indian Economy' under the
theme 'Global Economic Crisis and
Indian Economy
How Well is India Doing in the Field of
Regionalism and Multilateralism in
International Trade?
Labour Migration and Remittances
Inflow by Migrants to India since 1990s :
Issues and Evidence
27.
28.
29.
Labour Migration and Remittances
Inflow by Migrants to India since 1990s:
Issues and Evidence
30.
Two Decades of Reforms: The Indian
National Seminar on 'Globalization and Inequality'
during June 20 – 21, 2009 at the Rabindra Bharati
University
92nd Annual Conference of IEA (Dec 27 – 29, 2009)
organized and hosted by : KIIT School of
Management, KIIT University, Bhubanaswar, Odisha
93rd Annual Conference of IEA (Dec 27 – 29, 2010)
held at Panjab University, Chandigarh
52nd Annual Conference of the Indian Society of
Labour Economics during 17-19 December 2010 held
at Department of Economics, Karnatak University,
Dharwad – 580003
52nd Annual Conference of the Indian Society of
Labour Economics held at Department of Economics,
Karnatak Univesity, Dharwad during December 17-19,
2010
Presented the theme paper on ‘Two Decades of
12
University of
Kashmir, Srinagar,
J&K
North-East Council
For Social Science
Research, Shillong
Department of
Economics, Mohanlal
Sukhadia University,
Udaipur, Rajasthan
Rabindra Bharati
University, Kolkata
KIIT School of
Management, KIIT
University,
Bhubanaswar, Odisha
Panjab University,
Chandigarh
Department of
Economics, Karnatak
University, Dharwad
– 580003
Department of
Economics, Karnatak
Univesity, Dharwad
Kashipur M.M.
Economy
31.
Sl.
No.
Revitalizing Rural Local Government in
India through Good Governance
Title of the paper
Reforms: The Indian Economy’ held on September 24,
2011 at Kashipur M.M. Mahavidyalaya, Purulia, West
Bengal
Presented the paper at the 94th Annual Conference of
Indian Economic Association held in Bharati
Vidyapeeth University, Pune during 27-29 December
2011
Mahavidyalaya,
Purulia, West Bengal
Conference/Seminar
(Whether International/ National/ State/ Regional/
College or University level)
Organized by
32.
Financial Sector Reforms in India
Presented the paper on ‘Financial Sector Liberalization
in India – Theory and Empirics’ held in Vidyasagar
University on 6th October 2012
33.
Employment Pattern in India over Two
Decades of Reforms among Vulnerable
Social Groups
34.
Euro Crisis: The Growth and
Employment in EU – Behind the nexus
Presented the paper and acted as Rapporteur in one of
the Technical Sessions “Human Resource
Development & Employment Pattern” (Theme 4A &
4B) during 27-29 December 2012 held at Gitam
University, Visakhapatnam
Presented the paper at the 49th Annual Conference of
Indian Econometric Society (TIES) at Patna during 911 January 2013
35.
Rural Livelihoods in India
36.
Participation in Tank Management—A
Study in the Dry Zone in West Bengal.
37.
B.R. Ambedkar’s Economic Thoughts
and Philosophy — Their Relevance
Today
Global Economic Crisis and Indian IT
Sector — The Myth and the Fact.
38.
Bharati Vidyapeeth
Deemed University,
Pune
Department of
Economics with
Rural Development,
Vidyasagar
University
Gitam University,
Visakhapatnam
Department of
Statistics, Patna
University, Patna
Presented the paper on UGC Sponsored Two Day
Annual National Conference on ‘Rural Livelihoods in
India - Issues, Measurement and Policies’ held on
February 23-24, 2013
50th Golden Jubilee Annual Conference of the Indian
Econometric Society held during Dec 22-24, 2013 at
IGIDR, Mumbai.
Department of
Commerce, Netaji
Nagar Day College,
Kolkata
Indian Econometric
Society and IGIDR,
Mumbai
Presented the paper at the 96th Annual Conference of
Indian Economic Association held in Meenakshi
University, Chennai during 27-29 December 2013.
Presented a joint paper at UGC & ICSSR-Sponsored
34th Annual Conference (National Level) ( Feb22-23,
2014) of Bangiya Arthaniti Parishad
Meenakshi
University, Chennai
STATE LEVEL
Mid-Year Seminar organized by BAP & Rabindra
Bharati University on “Economic Development :
Gender Issues” held on Saturday 24.09.2005 at the
Department of Economics, Rabindra Bharati
University, Kolkata.
25th Silver Jubilee Annual Conference of BAP held at
St. Paul’s C. M. College, Kolkata during 18-20
February, 2005
39.
Gender Inequality and Public Action in
India
40.
The Intellectual Journey of Sir John
Hicks as the Economist’s Economist
41.
Indian Farmers and the Rural Financial
Sector Development – A Critical
Appraisal.
26th Annual Conference of BAP organized by the
Department of Economics & Politics, Visva-Bharati
University, Santiniketan during February 10-12, 2006
42.
IT- enabled Service and IT industry: A
28th Annual Conference of BAP held at St. Xavier’s
13
Department of
Economics, Lady
Brabourne College,
Kolkata
Bangiya Arthaniti
Parishad (BAP)
Department of
Economics, St. Pauls’
C.M. College,
Kolkata.
Department of
Economics &
Politics, VisvaBharati University,
Santiniketan
St. Xavier’s College
Whole New World For India?
43.
Indian Struggling into pitfall of Special
Economic Zones: A Referential Outlook
from Mauritius and China
College (Autonomous), Kolkata during February 16th
and 17th,2008
Mid-Year Seminar on “Special Economic Zone in
India” held on September 27, 2008, organized by
Department of Economics, Krishnath College,
Berhampore, Murshidabad, West Bengal.
(Autonomous),
Kolkata
Department of
Economics,
Krishnath College,
Berhampore,
Murshidabad, West
Bengal.
Sl.
No.
Title of the paper
Conference/Seminar
(Whether International/ National/ State/ Regional/
College or University level)
Organized by
44.
Micro Entrepreneurship Development and
Public Action in India
30th Annual Conference of BAP during 6 – 7th
February,2010 organized by Department of Economics,
Geography and Sociology, Vivekananda College for
Women, Barisha Kolkata 700 008
45.
Macro-economics of Exchange Rate
Management in Developing Countries
with a Special Reference to India
31st Annual Conference of BAP during 12 – 13th
February,2011 organized by Departments of
Economics & Commerce, St. Xaviers’ College,
Kolkata
46.
Food Security in India : Issues, Options
and Public Polices.
BAP Mid-Year Seminar on Food Security in India
organized by the Department of Commerce and
Department of Economics of Netaji Nagar College,
Kolkata on 19th September, 2010
47.
Two Decades of Economic Reforms —
The Indian Economy
Theme Paper presented at UGC Sponsored BEA MidYear Seminar on ‘Two Decades of Economic Reforms
in India’ at Kashipur M.M. Mahavidyalaya, Purulia on
September 24, 2011.
Department of
Economics,
Geography and
Sociology,
Vivekananda College
for Women, Barisha
Kolkata 700 008
Departments of
Economics &
Commerce, St.
Xaviers’ College,
Kolkata
Department of
Commerce and
Department of
Economics of Netaji
Nagar College,
Kolkata
Kashipur M.M.
Mahavidyalaya,
Purulia
48.
Two Decades of India’s Economic
Reforms
Presented a Paper at the UGC Sponsored State Level
Seminar on ‘Municipal Finance’ as an Invited
Speaker at Department of Commerce, Dumkal
College, Basantapur, Dumkal, Murshidabad,
Murshidabad (in collaboration with Berhampore
College, Murshidabad, West Bengal) on January,20,
2012
49.
Capital Flows & Financial Crises
Presented a paper at UGC-Sponsored 32nd Annual
Conference ( Feb18-19, 2012) of Bangiya Arthaniti
Parishad.
50.
The Rural Livelihoods Security in India
Presented a paper at UGC-Sponsored 33rd Annual
Conference ( Feb23-24, 2013) of Bangiya Arthaniti
Parishad.
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Department of
Commerce, Dumkal
College, Basantapur,
Dumkal,
Murshidabad,
Murshidabad (in
collaboration with
Berhampore College,
Murshidabad, West
Bengal).
Department of
Economics, Maulana
Azad College,
Kolkata
Department of
Commerce, Netaji
Nagar Day College,
Kolkata
Special Invited Lecture:
1. Invited Lecture: Two Decades of India’s Economic Reforms, delivered at UGC
Sponsored State-Level Seminar on ‘Municipal Finance’ organized by Department
of Commerce, Dumkal College, Basantapur, Dumkal, Murshidabad (in
collaboration with Berhampur College, Berhampore, Murshidabad) on 28th
January 2012.
2. Dalim Ghosh Memorial Lecture on “World Economic Recession and the
Indian Economy” organized by All-India Allahabad Bank Officers’ Association
held on 18th August 2012.
3. Invited Lecture on ‘Rise and Fall of Planning Syndrome in India’ held at
Department of Economics & Politics, Visva-Bharati University, West Bengal in
National Seminar on Economic Ideas in memory of Late Prof. Asis Dasgupta
organized by Bengal Economic Assoication and UGC SAP (DRS-I) in
collaboration with Department of Economics & Politics, Visva-Bharati University
on 16.03.2013.
4. Invited Lecture on ‘Indo-Bangladesh Bilateral Trade in the Era of
Globalisation’ held at Manipur University, Imphal during 25-26 March, 2013.
5. Invited Lecture on ‘Environmental Management Towards a Sustainable
Future’ held at Krishnagar Womens’ College, Nadia, West Bengal in
International Seminar on Centre for Development Studies and Research (CDSR)
in collaboration with Rabindra Bharati University (RBU) on 18.01.2014.
6. Invited Lecture on ‘Economic Philosophy of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar’ held at
Ekalabya Samannay Samiti, Duttapukur, 24 Pgs. (N), West Bengal on the
occasion of Dr. Ambedkar’s birthday on 14.04.2014.
7. Invited Lecture on ‘SEZs and Human Rights’ held at Department of
International Relations, Jadavpur University, in the UGC-Sponsored PG (Eve.)
Diploma Course on ‘Human Rights and Duties Education’ on 02.05.2014.
8. Invited Lecture on ‘India’s Economy and Human Rights’ held at Department of
International Relations, Jadavpur University, in the UGC-Sponsored PG (Eve.)
Diploma Course on ‘Human Rights and Duties Education’ on 05.05.2014.
Acted as Chairperson:
1. Acted as Chairperson in the Technical Session of a International Seminar
2014 on “Environment, Mass Movement & Our Literature: Multi-dimensional
Outlook” organized by Centre for Development Studies and Research (CDSR) in
collaboration with Rabindra Bharati University (RBU) held at Krishnagar
Womens’ College, Nadia, West Bengal.
2. Acted as Chairperson at an International Conference titled ‘Social,
Technological and Economic Paradigms of Management and its impact on Global
Business Scenario’ on February 11 and 12, 2014 at the institute campus of Haldia
Institute of Technology at Haldia, Purba Medinipur - 721657, West Bengal, India.
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