Dr Sangeeta Ghosh is currently working as Assistant Professor at the Institute for Studies in Industrial Development (ISID), New Delhi. She has a PhD in Economics from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Her doctoral thesis looked into the industrialization process in India, studied the clustering patterns of industrial activity, and examined the role of agglomeration economies and industrial policy in determining industrial outcomes. Her MPhil looked at subcontracting practices in organized manufacturing sector. Her research interests include political economy of development, industrialization, regional development, informal economy, and issues related to labour and employment. Prior to ISID, she has worked as Assistant Editor at Economic & Political Weekly, Mumbai.
Political economy of development, industrialization, regional development, informal economy, labour and employment.
- Ghosh, Sangeeta (2022): “Formalising the Informal Through GST: Evidence from a Survey of MSMEs,” Review of Development and Change, https://doi.org/10.1177/09722661221130138
- Ghosh, Sangeeta (2020): “Examining the Covid-19 Relief Package for MSMEs,” Economic & Political Weekly, Vol. 55, No. 22, pp. 10-12.
- Ghosh, Sangeeta (2020): “Examining the Covid-19 Relief Package for MSMEs,” in Uma Kapila (ed) Economic Developments in India, Volume 250, Coronavirus Pandemic: Lessons and Policy Response, Academic Foundation, New Delhi.
- Ghosh, Sangeeta (2020): “Small Businesses, Big Reform: A Survey of MSMEs Facing GST,” Economic & Political Weekly, Vol. 55, No. 18, pp 32-39.
- Sood, Atul, Paritosh Nath, & Sangeeta Ghosh (2014): “De-regulating Capital, Regulating Labour: The Dynamics of Capital and Labour in the Manufacturing Sector in India,” Economic & Political Weekly, Vol. 49, No. 26–27, pp. 59-69.