Centre for New Economics Studies

Espousing the philosophy of how contemporary economic theories look at socio-economic problems in a variety of ways, the Centre for New Economics Studies (CNES) through its research and activities aims to focus more on exploring the diversity of the scholarship on economics. At CNES, students and young researchers are not only exposed to the basic foundations of economic reasoning and thought but are exposed to the inter-disciplinary application of the discipline of economics in fields of political science (via political economy), psychology (via behavioral economics), history (via economic history), legal studies (via law and economics) etc.

 

In most universities and traditional learning centres for mainstream economics learning, there still remains a lacuna between the taught economic theory and the application of such theories in the real policy environment. CNES aims to fill this lacuna by linking economic theory with historical experience(s) and empirical observation under a robust, experimental environment of research. At CNES, teaching or understanding a given economic theory cannot be viewed merely as an exposition of received and established truths or as an intellectual exercise in the skills of logical deduction and inference.

 

Mr. Deepanshu Mohan

Director, Centre for New Economics Studies

Jindal School of Liberal Arts and Humanities.

Phone: +918396907211
Email: dmohan@jgu.edu.in

 

CNES Research Advisory Board

 

Akriti Bhatia
Founder and Executive Director, PAIGAM (People’s Association of Grassroots Action and Movement)

 

Arun Kumar Kaushik
Associate Professor, Jindal School of Liberal Arts and Humanities

 

Ashit Kumar Srivastava
Assistant Professor of Law, National Law University Orissa

 

Kishalay Bhattacharjee
Associate Professor and Associate Dean, Jindal School of Journalism and Communication

 

Khetrimayum Monish Singh
Programme Officer, The Centre for Internet and Society, New Delhi

 

Laknath Jayasinghe
Associate Professor, Jindal Global Business School

 

Mara Nogueira- Teixeira

Post-Doctoral Fellow,London School of Economics

 

Nicolas de Zamaroczy
Assistant Professor, Jindal School of Liberal Arts and Humanities.

 

Samrat Sinha
Associate Professor and Assistant Dean, Jindal School of Liberal Arts and Humanities.

 

Siddhartha Bhasker
Assistant Professor, Jindal Global Business School

 

Sukalpa Chakrabarti
Deputy Director & Associate Professor, Symbiosis School of International Studies

 

Vinod Vyasulu
Professor and Vice Dean, Jindal School of Government and Policy

 

Vivek U Padvetnaya
Associate Professor, O.P. Jindal Global (Institution of Eminence Deemed To Be University)

 

Wajahat Ahmed
Social Anthropologist

What is Conversations in Development Studies (CIDS)?  

 

CIDS (Conversations in Development Studies) is a peer-reviewed, quarterly research publication produced by the research team of Centre for New Economics Studies, O.P. Jindal Global University. The student-led editorial publication features solicited research commentaries (in the range of 2500-3000 words) from scholars currently working in the cross-sectional aspects of development studies. Each published CIDS Issue seeks to offer a comprehensive analysis on a (pre-identified) specific theme within the scope of development scholarship.

Volume 1: Issue 1 (October, 2018)

Inaugural Issue on Gender in Development: A Feminist Perspective 

 

Volume 1: Issue 2 (December, 2018)
Examining Connectivity in Southeast Asia : Challenges and Prospects

 

Volume 1: Issue 3 (March, 2019)

Econophysics: Exploring A New Dimension To Economic Analysis & Reasoning

 

Volume 1: Issue 4 (July, 2019)

Right to Health-Care in India: In Theories and Praxes

 

Volume 2: Issue 1 (October 2019)

Urban Transformations: A Transnational Perspective

Volume 2 Issue II (February-March, 2020)

Perspectives on Citizenship: India’s Amended Citizenship 

 

Volume 2 Issue III (May, 2020)

Interpreting the Connection between Refugee Rights, State Policy and Developmental Priorities

 

Volume 2 Issue IV (July, 2020)

Special Journal Issue on Shram Ko Naman (Understanding The Plight of The Working Class)

Volume 3 Issue I (October, 2020) 

Acclimatised Emergencies (Special Journal Issue -ISDS Workshop 2020)

 

CIDS Editorial Advisory Board


Ayona Bhattacharjee

Assistant Professor, International Management Institute, New Delhi.

Indranil Mukhopadhyay
Associate Professor, Jindal School of Government and Public Policy

Laknath Jayasinghe
Associate Professor, Jindal Global Business School

Lokendra Kumawat
Visiting Professor of Economics, Statistics, Ashoka University

Sidharth Bhaskar
Assistant Professor, O.P.Jindal Global University

Sudip Patra
Assistant Professor of Management Practice, O.P.Jindal Global University

Sukumar Murlidharan
Associate Professor, Research, Jindal School of Journalism and Communication

Vivek U. Padvetnaya

Associate Professor, Jindal School of Government and Public Policy, O.P. Jindal Global University

CNES is committed in its research goal to explore wider, more diverse inter-sectional possibilities for research in areas within economics, while experimenting with methods engaged during a process of research. Objective is to identify contemporary social, economic and political issues in context to developing economies and look at these from a micro, more ethnographic perspective. Consequently, the research aim here is not only to publish or disseminate findings through academic journals but also develop alternative ways of knowing within existing frameworks of economic analysis and reasoning to create a genuine interest among students and others for pursuing a cross-fertilized, field based approach to economics (and other social sciences).

More information on the research clusters created within the Centre is given below.

Research Clusters

Clusters are focus-groups led by the Director along with a dedicated team of research and senior research assistants (analysts) associated with CNES. The CNES Faculty Advisory Board is engaged in sharing insights on certain documented studies, offering feedback to some clusters.

Narrative Economics: An Economics Perceived Through Stories

Law, Policy and Development

Exploring Research Pathways Through Experimental Diagnosis

In Collaboration with Guyana Budget and Policy Institute(GPBI)

InfoSphere is a space for fact-based, objective analysis on some of the most pressing contemporary issues of policy concern in South Asia (with a more focus on India).

The purpose of each Fact-Sheet, to be released on a monthly basis, is to provide a data-based narrative on an identified issue, allowing readers to understand, analyse and interpret facts critically from well-authenticated sources.

The Team’s sincere hope is that such form of analysis will allow a cohesive space for policy-diagnosis and discussion on key issues, where facts shown here, can help most shape more informed opinions than give way to personal conjecture or views reflecting deep prejudice or rhetoric.

Primer on Union Budget 2021-2022: A Brief Analysis of Past Trends
Infosphere Vol II Issue I

Analysis of India’s Health Infrastructure and It’s State of Development

Infosphere Vol II Issue II

A Comprehensive Analysis of India’s Union Budget 2021-22

Infosphere Vol II Issue III

What To Know Before Union Budget 2020-21? (A Primer On Past Trends)

InfoSphere Vol. I Issue I

Critical Observations From Union Budget 2020-21 

InfoSphere Vol. I Issue II 

Interpreting The (Un)Employment Scenario in India 

InfoSphere Vol. I Issue III

Gauging The Economic Impact of The Great Lockdown and The Coronavirus Pandemic

Infosphere Vol I Issue IV

.Understanding The Unemployment Scenario Across Emerging Economies: Reflections From China, Turkey, South Africa 

InfoSphere Vol. I Issue V

Broken Markets: Reflections From India’s Labor Landscape (Part I)

InfoSphere Vol. I Issue VI

 

Broken Markets: Reflections From India’s Labor Landscape (Part II)

InfoSphere Vol. I Issue VII

 

India’s Rising Debt Challenge

InfoSphere Vol. I Issue VIII 

Analyzing the Indian Education Market

 InfoSphere Vol. I Issue IX 

Analyzing the Indian HealthCare Insurance Market

InfoSphere Vol. I Issue X

COVID19 Special Series comprises of an exclusive-series of analytical features published with research and news platforms across the world by CNES Research Team Members, assessing the political, economic and social impact of the Coronavirus pandemic.

The Series was featured in Three Parts, Part I and Part II focus on the socio-economic impact of the Coronavirus Pandemic on India. Part III focuses on the global scale of the impact and provides a set of informed arguments on how a post-coronavirus world may look like.


Part I of Special Series on COVID19 and Its Impact

TitlePlatform
What will be the Economic Consequences of COVID-19 for India and Rest of the WorldThe Wire:
https://thewire.in/economy/coronavirus-covid-19-economic-effect
The State of India’s HealthCare Sector in 10 ChartsMedium/Stimson Centre (South Asian Voices):
https://medium.com/@prats1810/the-state-of-indias-health-care-system-in-10-charts-f5745bc2a989
Coronavirus: Needed an All Hands on Deck Financial PolicyFortune (India):
https://www.fortuneindia.com/opinion/coronavirus-needed-an-all-hands-on-deck-financial-policy/104259
A lockdown is the health response to fight Coronavirus, where is the economic plan?The Print:
https://theprint.in/opinion/a-lockdown-is-the-health-response-to-fight-coronavirus-but-where-is-the-economic-plan/388414/
Coronavirus: The Great Leveller (?)Fortune (India):
https://www.fortuneindia.com/opinion/coronavirus-the-great-leveller/104286


Part II of Special Series on COVID19 and Its Impact

TitlePlatform
The Hidden Costs of a Pandemic

Fortune (India)

https://www.fortuneindia.com/opinion/the-hidden-cost-of-a-pandemic/104387

How prepared is India’s HealthCare System in Response to COVID19?

Stimson Centre’s South Asian Voices

https://southasianvoices.org/is-indias-healthcare-system-prepared-for-covid-19/

Three Big Questions After A Week’s Nationwide Lockdown 

Mint & The Wire

https://www.livemint.com/opinion/online-views/opinion-three-big-questions-after-a-week-s-lockdown-11585677038062.html

Safeguarding Constitutional Rights In Times of a Pandemic  Mail Today/ Daily-O
https://www.dailyo.in/variety/lockdown-reverse-migration-migrant-labourers-covid-19/story/1/32663.html


Part III of Special Series on COVID19 and Its Impact

Title Platform
The (Geo)Political World After Coronavirus

Bloomberg/Quint

https://www.thequint.com/voices/opinion/global-order-united-states-china-post-coronavirus-pandemic-leadership-politics-economy

 

Watching Out For The Third Pandemic: A Massive Debt Crisis (?)

World Commerce Review (London)

https://www.worldcommercereview.com/html/mohan-watching-out-for-the-third-pandemic-a-massive-debt-crisis….html

How Can India Utilize This Crisis-Opportunity To Reprioritise Its Global Commitments..

The Wire

https://thewire.in/economy/covid-19-india-pharma-opportunities

Why Indian Economy Needs A Comprehensive-Complimentary Plan To Recover (Post-COVID19)

Mail Today/DailyO

https://www.dailyo.in/business/covid-19-indian-economy-comprehensive-complementary-plan-economic-impact-of-coronavirus/story/1/32696.html

How COVID19 is Testing India’s Constitutional Fabric

 

DailyO

 

 


Part IV & V of Special Series on COVID19, Its Socio-Economic Impact (Shram Ko Naman)

Title

Platform

On Apathy and MisConduct

MailToday/DailyO
https://www.dailyo.in/variety/covid-19-pandemic-migrant-labourers-india-economic-reforms-government-apathy/story/1/32869.html

How India is endangering its vulnerable prisoners amidst a pandemic outbreak

The Caravan

https://caravanmagazine.in/law/how-india-is-endangering-vulnerable-prisoners-amid-covid-19

India’s Manual Scavengers have been forgotten in the COVID 19 response 

LiveLaw

https://www.livelaw.in/columns/indias-manual-scavenges-have-been-forgotten-in-the-covid-19-narrative-156007

Our Unemployment Crisis Demands Structural Solutions

Mint

https://www.livemint.com/opinion/online-views/our-unemployment-crisis-demands-structural-solutions-11588785382095.html

Contractualisation Of Workforce Will Worsen Current Unemployment Scenario

Deccan Herald

https://www.deccanherald.com/opinion/panorama/contractualisation-of-workforce-will-worsen-unemployment-scenario-834403.html

Four Measures That Can Help Farmers  Deal With The Impact of COVID19 Lockdown

The Wire

https://thewire.in/agriculture/farmers-covid-19-lockdown-india-relief-measures

Featured Interview On COVID19’s Impact on Casual-Daily Wage Workers in India & The Case for Direct Cash Transfers and UBI (Universal Basic Income)

Fortune (India) May Edition

(Fortune Editor Ms. Arnika Thakur speaks to Prof. Maitreesh Ghatak (LSE), Prof. Jean Dreze (Delhi School of Economics, Ranchi University), Prof. Deepanshu Mohan (O.P. Jindal Global University)

https://www.fortuneindia.com/macro/the-covid-19-crisis-and-the-case-for-ubi/104556

Finance Minister’s Liquidity Injection May Be Welcome, But Attention Needs To Be On Reviving Demand… 

The Wire

https://thewire.in/economy/liquidity-boos-welcome-revive-demand

For India To Become AtmaNirbhar (Self-Reliant) in 10 Years, Do Indians Have To Be AtmaNirbhar  Now? 

(On the 21 trillion (Rs.) Economic Package)

 

The Wire

https://thewire.in/economy/india-atmanirbhar-package-nirmala-sitharaman

Towards a New Economic Geography For States

Fortune India

https://www.fortuneindia.com/opinion/towards-a-new-economic-geography-for-states/104588

‘Panel Discussion on Voting Patterns in Indian Elections: How Indians Vote?’ – Professor Deepanshu Mohan, Professor Mohsin Raza Khan, and Professor Rakshi Rath with Professor Anish Vanaik as Discussant 

A New Future for Economics: Theory & Practice’ By Mr. Naresh Singh

Politica is a discussion forum initiated by the Centre that seeks to promote active public engagement by scholars working on key socio-economic issues with an inter-disciplinary focus along with those who are willing to share their research insights. 

You can have a look at our recently concluded forum discussions below : –  

     Link to the Video Discussion – https://youtu.be/gBp5MO-auVs 

   Link to the Video Discussion – https://youtu.be/dgRYRuWyofM 

   Link to the Video Discussion- https://youtu.be/bINDn3AfV0E  

       Link to the Video Discussion- https://youtu.be/pEC0jqrs6kc  

     Link to the Video Discussion- https://youtu.be/EU5iQ0FOc70 

  • The Union Terrorization of State of Jammu and Kashmir: Its Current and Future Ramifications…

     Link to the video Discussion – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yMvOscl85sg

  • State of the Economy: What’s Going Wrong and How to Improve India`s growth trajectory?

       Link to the Video Discussion – https://youtu.be/Y7VESpFoCuU

  • Interpreting “Violence” in Political Psyche and Strategy!

       Link to the Video Discussion – https://youtu.be/BztNn5IFeMY

  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

Click here to get access to the Research Platform:

Nickled and Dimed

Shram Ko Naman : A Photo Essay Series is a joint initiative by the Centre for New Economics Studies along with PAIGAM Network to showcase the plight of India’s unsecured, working class occupied across different strata. This Series was initiated in month of May, 2020 as part of the Shram Ko Naman initiative, when India’s working classes were struggling to find basic livelihood opportunities in making their ends meet. For more see here

 

Photographs and Captions are by Jignesh Mistry and the text is by Advaita Singh and Aman Khullar.

The Mazdoor Mandis of Metros: Narratives of Daily Wage Workers from Surat

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The Mazdoor Mandis of Metros: Narratives of Daily Wage Workers Pune

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The Mazdoor Mandis of Metros: Narratives of Daily-Wage Workers Lucknow 

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Unsung Heroes

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“Ek Naye Andolan Ka Aaghaaz”

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Battleground Bihar 2020

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“Battleground Bihar 2020 (Part II)”
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In Forbiddance

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Prayers of Peace

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India’s Housing Crisis 

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Deadly WasteLands: The Safai Mitra of Bhalswa
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Narratives of Resilience

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Sacred Steps

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BitterSweet Days

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Masked Heroes

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Shramik Far From Home

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CNES in collaboration with PAIGAM (People’s Association in Grassroots Action and Movement) initiates Visual Storyboards, as an experimental method for visually archiving our research team’s fieldwork, in a more exclusive focus on studying the lives-livelihoods of unsecured workers and communities across India.  

Visual Storyboards is conceptually aimed at encouraging the development of a new, audio-video based graphic model of anthropological research in development studies, encouraging analytical-scrutiny to take dialogical conversations around ‘impact assessment’ and ‘livelihood studies’ beyond a metric-fixated view. 

The core research group shall produce such Storyboards through a systemic production of Photo-Essays, Video-Graphic Essays and In-Depth Textual Analysis -targeted for Independent Media-Platforms.  

 

Narratives matter and shape the experience, lives of those who often find little ‘visibility’ otherwise in the formal, institutional channels of statistical collation. This CNES-PAIGAM methodological framework is directed at decentralizing, democratizing knowledge-creation over time with a principled commitment to critical intellectual-scrutiny, further creating aggregated (visual) platforms for both media, and policy advocacy.


Visual-Storyboard I: The Safai Mitra of Bhalswa 

Long-Analysis: https://thewire.in/rights/india-waste-pickers-covid-19-lockdown

Long Analysis

Video-Graphic Essay Links: 

 Part I: Lives Out Of Waste 

https://youtu.be/hiN9K-MzNx0 

 

Part II: Bhalswa Landfill Site: A Human Settlement: 

https://youtu.be/HDqg0rO3RoQ 

Part III: The Landslide in The Landfill Site:  

https://youtu.be/CYxzNBapWKs 

 Photo Essay: The Safai Mitra of Bhalswa (Click here

 

Visual Storyboard II: A Pogrom in Making And Its Aftermath 

Long Analysis: https://stateandsociety.medium.com/stories-from-a-pogrom-and-its-aftermath-e8765b10cbd9

Stories from a Pogrom And Its Aftermath…

Video-Essays:Part I:
 
https://youtu.be/9hcJ-1WGqHo

A Pogrom in Making | Part 1 | CAA- NRC New Delhi Riots | February 2020

Part II: https://youtu.be/xfwj4ZY09ms

A Pogrom in Making and its Aftermath | Delhi Riots 2020 | CAA & NRC


Part III:
 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tn34uYLhypA&t=33s

Pogrom in Making and its aftermath | Part 3 | Delhi Riots | CAA & NRC – YouTube


Photo Essay:
A Pogrom in Making and Its Aftermath (Click Here)

 

For inputs/comments and feedback on the Storyboards created, please write to the Team at cnes@jgu.edu.in

Visual Storyboard III: Re-looking at the Key Issues Affecting Rural Voters in Bihar 2020 Elections

 

Analysis: https://thewire.in/rights/bihar-elections-key-issues-pulse-rural-voters

Video-Essays: Democratising Elections (Floods and Agenda): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3CYcJz2Vp40

 

Democratising Elections (Migrant Crisis & Field Narratives) https://fb.watch/2e-XoLsYXJ/

Democratising Elections  (The Problem of Sanitation) https://fb.watch/2f01KjLA4t/

Photo-Essays: 

Battleground Bihar -Part I (Web Link Here )

Battleground Bihar -Part II (Web Link: Here)

Visual Storyboard IV: Ek Naye Andolan Ka Aaghaaz (Farmer Protests in National Capital Region of Delhi)

Field-

Analysis:https://thewire.in/agriculture/farm-protests-india-worst-failing-broken-farmer-state-contract

Video-Essays:  Ek Naye Andolan Ka Aaghaaz (Part I) : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWn4U1IAmFY&feature=youtu.be

Ek Naye Andolan Ka Aaghaaz (Part II) : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4xAxfpNOBaQ&feature=youtu.be
Long-Analysis

Photo-Essay: 

Ek Naye Andolan Ka Aaghaaz (Web Link Here)

 

Visual Storyboard V: Unsung Heroes: ASHAs and State of Reproductive HealthCare Services During a Pandemic 

 Long-Analysis: https://thewire.in/health/covid-19-frontline-workers-public-health 

 Part I: Challenges to reproductive healthcare delivery system  

https://youtu.be/7i1o5UBEFdY 

 Part II: Challenges to reproductive healthcare delivery system  

https://youtu.be/pnpsoYldtqg 

 Part III: Challenges to reproductive healthcare delivery system  

https://youtu.be/Nh7nEc22T0c 

 Part IV: Challenges to reproductive healthcare delivery system  

https://youtu.be/Z47duLfeGsQ 

 Photo-Essay: Unsung Heroes (Click here



The Centre for New Economic Studies is organising its 2019 edition of Inter-Disciplinary Student Workshop in Development Studies (ISDS 2019) on 21st September at the O.P. Jindal University campus.

Please check the Workshop Call for Papers by clicking here

Guest Lecture on “Israel Studies as a discipline in India” on 21st Jan 2019 [PDF]

The Centre for New Economic Studies is organising an Inter-Disciplinary Student Workshop in Development Studies (ISDS 2018) on March 3, 2018.

The one-day workshop will be held on campus, offering students from across different areas of social sciences to present working papers on Technology and Society and Agency of Women in Path to Development (under the sub-tracks provided). The workshop is open to students from different universities (in and outside Delhi) and welcomes abstracts on any of the identified themes.

Please find attached a detailed Concept Note with a Call for Abstracts for your reference. [PDF]

Details on Designated Roles of Association with Centre for New Economics Studies (CNES)

Columnists

Any student or interested writer can apply for a position of a Columnist for Nickeled & Dimed once an open call is announced every academic semester (i.e. twice a year). As part of the role, each selected columnist shall be assigned to a writing cluster on a given thematic area and will be guided by one of the editorial team members, who will be responsible for managing the writing cluster. Each Columnist is required to submit at least two written articles every month and these should be as per the editorial guidelines of Nickeled and Dimed. The term of association will be for 6 months at a minimum and extendable upto a year (based on the feedback received from the editorial team).

Columnists, like all other positions at the Centre, will be issued a Letter of Appreciation by the Centre’s Director at the end of their term in acknowledgment of their contributions. Associated writers and columnists, when applying for a Research Assistant/Analyst position, will stand a favourable chance for selection by the team due to their written contributions. Interested applicants can write to Nickeled and Dimed team at cnes.jgu@gmail.com

Research Assistant

Any student of the University can apply for the role of a Research Assistant when there is a call for applications before the beginning of a semester. A Research Assistant would be required to undertake administrative, research related responsibilities initiated by the Centre during a given semester. This may include working as part of the official research platform, Nickeled and Dimed; or, be part of the organising team of the policy discussion series, Politica; or, may include additional research responsibilities (including field-work for on-going research projects).  Any JGU student working as a Research Assistant with CNES would need to commit for a minimum period of a given semester and can work for a maximum of two Research Centres (including CNES) during their appointed term duration. Students with previous research article contributions towards Nickeled and Dimed will be encouraged during appointments made for the role.

For applications/queries: All interested students may email their expression of interest/queries to the Centre’s Director at dmohan@jgu.edu.in 


Research Analyst

Any individual interested in being part of the Centre who may not be officially associated with the University can apply for this role. The roles and responsibilities of a Research Analyst may be the same to that of a Research Assistant. Considering the applicant’s work experience and academic qualifications, the Centre’s Executive Team will notify the selected individual about the terms and conditions of an Analyst’s role and responsibilities (including stipend details-if applicable).   

For applications/queries: All interested individuals may email their expression of interest/queries with a copy of their CV to the Centre’s Executive Director at dmohan@jgu.edu.in


Senior Research Assistant

Research Assistants/Analysts who have been associated with the Centre for a considerable duration of time (at least for two semesters or more) and may express interest to continue their association with CNES can be considered for promotion to the role of a Senior Research Assistant/Analyst. In capacity of a senior role, students or young scholars will work on Centre-initiated research projects which includes students designing their own project proposals, in close coordination with the Executive team while administering other responsibilities. All Senior Research Assistants/Analysts will be paid a stipend amount for the research work contributed towards the end of the semester or the research project (whichever is earlier). 

Important: For all of the above roles (i.e. Research Assistant, Research Analyst and Senior Research Assistant), a Letter of Appreciation shall be issued to each individual after she/he completes her/his association with the Centre. The issued Letter will acknowledge details of all administrative responsibilities and research contributions made by Assistants/Analysts during their term with the Centre.

Deepanshu Mohan

Deepanshu Mohan

Richa Sekhani

Richa Sekhani

Senior Research Analyst, Centre For New Economics Studies (CNES)

CNES richasekhani@gmail.com

Shivani Agarwal

Shivani Agarwal

Senior Research Analyst, CNES)

CNES shivaniagarwal136@gmail.com

Swasti Ray

Swasti Ray

Senior Research Analyst, Centre For New Economics Studies (CNES)
Tarini Mehtani

Tarini Mehtani

Senior Research Assistant, Centre For New Economics Studies (CNES)
Debasmita Nayak

Debasmita Nayak

Senior Research Assistant, Centre for New Economics Studies (CNES)
Sanskrita Tripathi

Sanskrita Tripathi

Senior Research Assistant, Centre for New Economics Studies (CNES)
Samarth Gupta

Samarth Gupta

Senior Research Analyst, Centre for New Economics Studies (CNES)
Abhinav Padmanabhan

Abhinav Padmanabhan

Senior Research Assistant, Centre for New Economics Studies (CNES)
Advaita Singh

Advaita Singh

Senior Research Analyst, Centre for New Economics Studies (CNES)
Prerna Vij

Prerna Vij

Senior Research Analyst, Centre for New Economics Studies (CNES)
Snehal Sreedhar

Snehal Sreedhar

Senior Research Analyst, Centre for New Economics Studies (CNES)
Vanshika Mittal

Vanshika Mittal

Senior Research Analyst, Centre for New Economics Studies (CNES)
Shivkrit Rai

Shivkrit Rai

Senior Research Analyst, CNES
Ada Nagar

Ada Nagar

Research Assistant, CNES
Archita Sridhar

Archita Sridhar

Research Assistant, CNES
Aman Khullar

Aman Khullar

Research Analyst, CNES
Sameeksha Chouhan

Sameeksha Chouhan

Senior Research Assistant, Centre for New Economics Studies (CNES)
Aliva Smruti

Aliva Smruti

Research Assistant, CNES
Sarah Mir

Sarah Mir

Research Analyst, CNES
Tamanna Dahiya

Tamanna Dahiya

Senior Research Assistant, Centre for New Economics Studies (CNES)
Rishita Sanskrit

Rishita Sanskrit

Research Assistant, Centre for New Economics Studies (CNES)
Jignesh Mistry

Jignesh Mistry

Senior Research Analyst, Visual Storyboard Team Lead
Sunanda Mishra

Sunanda Mishra

Research Analyst, Visual Storyboard Team
Siddharth G

Siddharth G

Research Analyst, Centre for New Economics Studies (CNES)
Tejaswini Vondivillu

Tejaswini Vondivillu

Research Analyst, Centre for New Economics Studies (CNES)
Deepanshu Singal

Deepanshu Singal

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Nathishia Chandy

Nathishia Chandy

Research Analyst, Centre for New Economics Studies (CNES)
Mohd Rameez Raza

Mohd Rameez Raza

Research Analyst
Ashu Jain

Ashu Jain

Research Analyst, Centre for New Economics Studies (CNES)
Arundhati Rajan

Arundhati Rajan

, Research Analyst, Centre for New Economics Studies (CNES)
Diya Narag

Diya Narag

Research Assistant, Centre for New Economics Studies (CNES)
Divyanshu Dembi

Divyanshu Dembi

Research Assistant, Centre for New Economics Studies (CNES)

Abhiir Bhalla

Abhiir Bhalla

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Adit Shankar

Adit Shankar

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Akanksha Mishra

Akanksha Mishra

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Amisha Singh

Amisha Singh

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Aryaman Sood

Aryaman Sood

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Ashu Jain

Ashu Jain

Research Analyst, Centre for New Economics Studies (CNES)
Deepanshu Singal

Deepanshu Singal

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Gby Atee

Gby Atee

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Karishni Puri

Karishni Puri

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Nayana Vachhani

Nayana Vachhani

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Niharika Mehrotra

Niharika Mehrotra

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Rishita Sankrit

Rishita Sankrit

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Sanjana Hira

Sanjana Hira

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Shalu

Shalu

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Siddharth G

Siddharth G

Research Analyst, Centre for New Economics Studies (CNES)
Swayam Kumar

Swayam Kumar

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Tejaswini Vondivillu

Tejaswini Vondivillu

Research Analyst, Centre for New Economics Studies (CNES)
Trisha Nagpal

Trisha Nagpal

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Vedaansh Kaushik

Vedaansh Kaushik

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Vipul Gautam,

Vipul Gautam,

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Sanchali Bhowmick

Sanchali Bhowmick

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Varun Upamanyu

Varun Upamanyu

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Mohd Rameez Raza

Mohd Rameez Raza

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES

Arvind Gururaj

Arvind Gururaj

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Atisha Mahajan

Atisha Mahajan

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Hemang Sharma

Hemang Sharma

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Om Agarwal

Om Agarwal

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
S Arunima

S Arunima

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Shikhar Rana

Shikhar Rana

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Ananya Vhavle

Ananya Vhavle

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Aviral Anand

Aviral Anand

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Komal Singhal

Komal Singhal

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Nidhi Upadhyaya

Nidhi Upadhyaya

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Wynnona Fernandes

Wynnona Fernandes

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Ashika Thomas

Ashika Thomas

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Krishanu Kashyap

Krishanu Kashyap

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Noor B Sharma

Noor B Sharma

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Riyosha Sharma

Riyosha Sharma

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Sriramya Ghanta

Sriramya Ghanta

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Aditya Basumatary

Aditya Basumatary

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Amina Khan

Amina Khan

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Ananya Chaba

Ananya Chaba

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Ananya Gupta

Ananya Gupta

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Meera Anand

Meera Anand

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Navneet Khubber

Navneet Khubber

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Amisha Singh

Amisha Singh

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Pratul Chaturvedi

Pratul Chaturvedi

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Rahil Chamola

Rahil Chamola

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Sagara Ann Johny

Sagara Ann Johny

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Advika Pandey

Advika Pandey

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Kartikeya Reddy

Kartikeya Reddy

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Manya Shiel

Manya Shiel

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Yasashvi Paarakh

Yasashvi Paarakh

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Chaitanya Mamidi

Chaitanya Mamidi

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Shubham Khatri

Shubham Khatri

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Shreya Hasurkar

Shreya Hasurkar

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Rishabh Chawda

Rishabh Chawda

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Ishaan Khosla

Ishaan Khosla

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES
Dikshi Arora

Dikshi Arora

Columnist, Nickeled & Dimed, CNES