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Dr. Manjeeta Singh - Associate Professor

Dr. Manjeeta Singh  -  Associate Professor

Area: EconomicsPh.D from JNU; MA (Economics) University of Houstan, Texas/USA; M. Phil (Economics) University of Mumbai; M.A.(Economics), University of Gujrat.

Ms. Manjeeta Singh has recently submitted Ph.D. thesis to the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi, India. She has an MPhil degree (Economics) from the University of Mumbai and her M.A (Economics) is from Gujarat University. She has qualified the University Grants Commission’s National Eligibility Test (NET) for Lecturership (Economics). She has worked as Researcher at a policy think tank (ICRIER) and has been associated with research studies supported by agencies such as Asian Development Bank and Government of India. She has more than 15 years of teaching experience at the undergraduate level. Her research interests include issues related to international trade and development.

 

Publications and Research Papers:

  1. Co-authored with Dr. Meenu Tewari and Dr. C. Veeramani (2015), “The potential for involving India in regional production networks: Analyzing networked production and vertically specialized trade patterns between India and ASEAN, Working Paper no 292, ICRIER.
  2. Co-authored with Dr Rajiv Kumar (2009), “India’s Role in South Asia Trade and Investment Integration”, Working Paper No. 32, Asian Development Bank

Presentations

  • “Determinants of India’s apparel exports” on February 20, 2015 in a seminar ‘Emerging Challenges in Business for Global Sustainability’ organized by Symbiosis Institute of International Business, Pune, Maharashtra.

 

  • “Constraints, Complementarity and Adjustment: A Comparison of two Knitwear Regions in India-Ludhiana and Tirupur” on November 19, 2010 in a seminar  ‘The Globalisation of Production Models and Innovation in Emerging Economies’ organised by ISID , Centre de Sciences Humaines and Centre for Research on Contemporary China in New Delhi.

 

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