B.A.(University of Pune);
Masters in Economic History (London School of Economics, London)
Prof. Deepanshu Mohan is Associate Professor of Economics and Director, Centre for New Economics Studies at Jindal School of Liberal Arts and Humanities, O.P. Jindal Global University. He has been a Visiting Professor to the Department of Economics at Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada where he teaches courses in Comparative Economic History and Development Economics over the summer term. He was previously associated with the Jindal School of International Affairs from (January) 2013-(July) 2020.
Deepanshu completed his BA. In Economics from Fergusson College, Pune and then pursued an MSc. In Economic History from the London School of Economics. His research work intersects areas of law and economics, political economy and development economics. During his academic tenure, he has been a Visiting Fellow to Research organizations and Universities across Brazil, Colombia, Australia, Cambodia (to mention a few).
His work has been published in journals like Asian Ethnicity (Routledge), Cities, Asian Journal of Social Sciences (NUS), Asian Journal of Public Affairs (NUS), Oxford University Press (UK), Springer Nature (to mention a few). He is a regular contributor for Mint, The Wire, Deccan Herald, Fortune (India), The Print, The Hindu (Business Line), India Today’s Mail Today, and East Asia Forum (ANU). For more details on academic profile and research, please see his CV.
For more information on the work undertaken by the Centre for New Economics Studies, please check here.
Deepanshu Mohan , Richa Sekhani , Shivani Agarwal , Sakshi Tokas, Mansi Singh & Pranjali Dixit (2020): Viewing embeddedness and ethnic-solidarity in economics of exchange: Reflections from economic and cultural practices of Tibetan community in India, Asian Ethnicity
Mohan, Deepanshu Richa Sekhani, and Sneha Roy. 2019-20. “Inclusive Urban EcoSystems: A Case Study on Street Vending Businesses in Markets of Kolkata (India)”. Asian Journal of Social Sciences, National University of Singapore (NUS).
Mohan, Deepanshu. 2019-20. Governing Dynamics of Intra-Household Bargaining Relations in Informal Urban Spaces: Reflections from the Case of Female Domestic Help Workers across India, Recognition of The Rights of Domestic Workers in India (Edited Volume), Springer Nature Singapore 2019.
Mohan, Deepanshu, Srivatsan Mannivannan. 2020-21. Examining China and India’s Path to Gender Balanced Growth: Reflections from the Post-Reform Era. China-India Relations. Edited Volume co-edited by Young-Chan Kim. Switzerland: Springer Nature.
Mohan, Deepanshu. Book Review of Ajay Guduvarthy’s India After Modi in a Special Journal Issue of Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology and Pedagogy
Mohan, Deepanshu. 2018. “The Role of Narratives in Analyzing Economic Growth: Reflections from India’s Growth Narrative since 1980s”. Nehru Memorial Museum & Library (New Delhi, India)
Mohan, Deepanshu, Richa Sekhani, and Arun Kumar Kaushik. 2018. “On the Ways of Knowing and Understanding Informality.” Asian Journal of Public Affairs, National University of Singapore. (Link: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3179924)
Mohan, Deepanshu. 2015. The Macroeconomics of ‘Oil Prices’ and ‘Economic Shocks’: Lessons from the 1970s., Risk Governance & Control: Financial Market & Institutions 5 (3). (Link)
Mohan, Deepanshu. Social Choice Theory and Its Application in a Human Rights Based Approach to Development, Journal of Governance and Regulation, Virtus Enterprises. (Link: https://virtusinterpress.org/SOCIAL-CHOICE-THEORY-AND-ITS.html)
Mohan, Deepanshu, Lakshita Singh, Sakshi Tokas. 2019-20. “Trends Involved in Farming Practices Across Haryana: An Ethnographic Case Reflection from Four Villages”. Working Paper (Link: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3405498)
Mohan, Deepanshu & Sinha. The Analytics of Conflict and Studying its Economic Impact, South Asia Democratic Forum (SADF) Working Paper series. (Brussels Belgium). (Link: http://sadf.eu/new/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/FOCUS.N.24.DEEPAN.pdf)
Mohan, Deepanshu. June, 2016. Re-engineering ideas in Developmental Growth, South Asia Democratic Forum (SADF) Working Paper series. (Brussels Belgium). (Link: http://sadf.eu/new/blog/sadf-focus-15-re-engineering-ideas-developmentalgrowth/)
Economic History, Political Economy of Late Development, International Economics.