Sunanda Sen

Visiting Professor, Academy of Third World Studies

Sunanda Sen was a professor at the Centre for Economic Studies at the Jawaharlal Nehru University over a period of nearly three decades, from 1973 to 2000. Currently a visiting professor at the Academy of Third World Studies in New Delhi, she has also held visiting appointments in a large number of universities abroad, as well as in international organizations. Her area of specialization and teaching relates to development in open economies, global finance and international economics. She has contributed a large number of articles and chapters to reputed journals and edited volumes and is currently engaged in research on economic history, international trade and finance, and issues in development.

Focus: Development, Economy, Finance, Globalization, Jobs, Trade, India, Asia

Selected Publications:

Colonies and Empire, ed. (Calcutta: Orient Longman, 1992).

Financial Fragility, Debt and Economic Reforms (London: Macmillan, 1996).

Finance and Development: R. C. Dutt Lectures in Political Economy? (Calcutta: Orient Longman, 1998).

Trade and Dependence: The Indian Experiences (Delhi: Sage India, 2000).

Global Finance at Risk: Essays on Growth and Stability (London: Palgrave-Macmillan Publishers, 2002).

Global Finance at Risk: On Stagnation and Instability in the Real Economy, Palgrave-Macmillan (2003), OUP paperback (2004).

Globalisation and Development, National Book Trust of India (2007).

Unfreedom and Waged Work, Sage India 2009 (forthcoming).

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Last Updated: Dec 08, 2008

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