Summer Academy 2022 for Pluralist Economics,
This workshop was originally taught at the Summer Academy for Pluralist Economics 2022
Instructor: Rukmini Thapa (India)
- ‘The Why and How of Reclaiming Development Studies’ (Chapter 1), in Reclaiming Development Studies- Edited by Murat Arsel, Anirban Dasgupta and Servaas Storm, Anthem press (2021).
- ‘What Preceded Development Economics’ (Chapter 3), in Whatever Happened to the Third World? A History of the Economics of Development- Peter de Haan (2019), Palgrave Macmillan.
- ‘Using survey methods in heterodox economic research’ (Chapter 6) and ‘Qualitative and ethnographic methods in economics’ (Chapter 7) in Handbook of Research Methods and Applications in Heterodox Economics- edited by Frederic S. Lee and Bruce Cronin (2016), Edward Elgar.
- ‘The Perspective of Freedom’ (Chapter I) and ‘The Ends and the Means of Development’ (Chapter 2) in Sen Amartya. 1999. Development as Freedom. New York: Anchor Books.
- How Lives Change: Palanpur, India and Development Economics, by Himanshu, Peter Lanjouw and Nicholas Stern (2018). Oxford.
- ‘Agrarian Distress and Seasonal Outmigration: Insights from a Field Survey in North Bengal’- Rukmini Thapa and Deepak K Mishra, Sociological Bulletin (2022).
- ‘Building Resilience: Compulsions and Challenges’ in S. Irudaya Rajan & M. Sumeetha (eds.) Handbook on Internal Migration in India (2020), Sage Publishing.
- ‘Universal Elementary Education in India: Barriers and Persistent Challenges’ (with Kaustav K Sarkar), Social Change, Vol.49, No. (2), 2019.
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