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Collaborative Projects/Conferences/Activities

  1. Conference Report on “Conflict and Economic Development” (co-organized with the Centre for Study of Political Violence) [ PDF]
      
  2. Draft Report on the 2015-16 CSPV Fellowship Program in Bihar, Assam (co-organized with the Centre for Study of Political Violence) [ PDF]
      
  3. Report on the 2016-17 Border Studies Winter School Program in Indo-Bhutan area (co-organized with the Centre for Study of Political Violence)

   

The research programs and activities spearheaded by CNES undertaken are innately interdisciplinary in nature and draw on contemporary debates emanating from economic history, behavioral sciences, international economics, development economics, and political science. 
   
In addition to the activities organized by CNES, the Centre offers credit-based elective courses on the following thematic areas (also open for cross-registration by students from all JGU schools):

  • Political Economy of Late Development
  • Public Law and Economics: An Introduction
  • Political Economy of Doing Business in India
  • Development Economics: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Development
  • A Brief History of Economic Crises during 20th & 21st Century