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Sunanda Sen has retired as Professor from Centre for Economiic Studies and Planning (CESP), JNU in 2001. Since then she has been a Visiting Professor in Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi and recently also a Visiting Professor at the ISID, New Delhi.

She has been a Visiting Professor in various Universities and institutions at home and abroad, including Delhi University, Barcelona University, Grenoble University, Hans Lim A Po Institute at Suriname etc. Also a Visiting Fellow at ISS (Netherland), IDS (Sussex), University of Cambridge (where she is a Life member). In addition, she has been a Consultant at various United Nations organisations. She was a member of the Forwards Market Commission (1994).

Her recent publications include Global Finance at Risk: On Real Stagnation and Instability, Houndsmills Palgrave-Macmillan 2003; Globalisation and Development, National Book Trust 2007; Unfreedom and Waged Work: Labour in India's Manufacturing Industry, Sage Sage Publications India Pvt Ltd, April 2009 and the following articles:

  1. “Managing Global Finance at Cost of National Economy: China and India“ in From Crisis to Growth: The Challenge of Debt and Imbalances (ed)Hansjorg Herr et al Metropolis-Verlag Marburg 2012
  2. “China in the Global Economy: Encountering the Systemic Risks“ in Amiya Bagchi and Anthony D’Costa (ed) Transformaion and Development: The Political Economy of Transition in India and China OUP, Delhi 2012
  3. “Prudential Norms for the Financial Sector: Is Development a Missing Dimension?The Cases of Brazil and India”, with Ricardo Gottschalk  in Ricardo Gottschalk (edited), The Basel Capital Accords in Developing Countries: Challenges for Development Finance, Palgrave Macmillan, January 2010.
  4. “Basel Norms and Capital Adequacy, The Banking Sector and Impact on Credit for SMEs and the Poor in India” with Soumya Kanti Ghosh) in Ricardo Gottschalk (edited), The Basel Capital Accords in Developing Countries: Challenges for Development Finance, Palgrave Macmillan, January 2010.
  5. “Trading in India’s Commodity Future Markets”, with Mahua Paul, ISID Working Paper, February 2010.
  6. "Speculation, Scams, Frauds andCrises: Theory and Facts", Economic and Political Weekly, Vol XLIV no 12, March 21-27, 2009.
  7. “De-regulated Finance and Impact on Corporate Investements: The Case of Industry and Labour in India” in Philip Arestis and Luiz Fernando dePaula (ed), Financial Liberalization and Economic Performance in Emerging Countries, Palgrave-Macmillan Houndsmill, 2008
  8. “State, Society, Market and the Indian Economy”, Third Frame: Literature, Culture and Society, Jamia Millia Islamia, Vol. 1, No. 4, November 2008.
  9. “State, Society and the Market: Indian Economy under Economic Reforms” in S.R. Hashim (et al), Indian Industrial Development and Globalisation: Essaya in Honour of Professor S.K. Goyal, ISID, Academic Foundations Delhi 2008
  10. “La desregulació financier de la economía India”, Economía Informa numero 355 noviembre-diciembre de 2008 Universidad Nacional Autonoma Mexico.
  11. “De-regulation of India’s Financial Sector”, Alternate economic Survey of India, Delhi 2008.
  12. “The Global Financial Crisis: A Classic Ponzi Affair? ISID Working Paper, December 2008.


Sunanda Sen
Visiting Professor