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Development and what it Actually Means: A seminar remembering Vineet Kohli, the economist from TISS
21 August, 2018,
In a seminar remembering Vineet Kohli, the economist from TISS, a panel of economists discuss the idea of Development and how the idea has changed over the years. Utsa Patnaik, T Jayaraman, Prabhat Patnaik, Abhijit Sen and C.P. Chandrasekhar open the conversation with the audience seminar on Aug. 19, 2018 (Sunday) at CSLG Committee Room.
A Memorial for Dr. Vineet Kohli, Assistant Professor at TISS and a Former CESP Student
13 August, 2018,
This is a memorial for Dr. Vineet Kohli, Assistant Professor at TISS and a former CESP student, whose untimely death has left a void in the world of heterodox economics in this country. His friends in JNU are organising a daylong seminar in his memory on Aug. 19, 2018 (Sunday) at CSLG Committee Room.
Three Deaths
19 July, 2017, Prabhat Patnaik
Prabhat Patnaik mourns the deaths of three of his close friends, all brilliant people: Arup Mullick, Basudev Chatterji, and Nirupam Sen, whose outstanding character and intellectual genius will be greatly missed.
Evolution of India as a Nation
06 March, 2017, Sitaram Yechury
This piece is the author's deliberations made in the Opening Session, "The Idea of the Nation" of the day-long Seminar on "Interpreting the World to Change It", held on February 11, 2017, in New Delhi to mark the release of Festschrift for Prabhat Patnaik.
A Quiet Scholar
06 February, 2017, Prabhat Patnaik
Amitava Bose, as described by the author, was not only the finest macro-economist in the country, but among the best anywhere in the world and a true gentleman.
Call for Papers for CESP Young Scholars' Seminar to be held during March 9-11, 2015. Last date for submission of full paper has been extended till 31 January 2015.
20 January, 2015,
Centre for Economic Studies and Planning, Jawaharlal Nehru University is organizing the 2015 Centre for Advanced Studies (CAS) Young Scholars' Seminar (YSS) to be held during March 9-11, 2015. All current research scholars and young academics are invited to submit papers for the seminar.
Call for Papers for CESP Young Scholars' Seminar to be held during March 10-12, 2014. Last date for submission of full paper: February 15, 2014
06 February, 2014,
Centre for Economic Studies and Planning, Jawaharlal Nehru University is organising the 2014 Centre for Advanced Studies (CAS) Young Scholar’s Seminar (YSS) to be held during March 10-12, 2014.
Call for papers for the CESP Young Scholars' Seminar, JNU, New Delhi, March 12-13, 2012
20 January, 2012,
Centre for Economic Studies and Planning, Jawaharlal Nehru University is organising a young scholars' seminar to be held on March 12-13, 2012. All current research scholars and young academics are invited to submit papers for the seminar. The seminar is open for submissions in all areas of research including economic theory, political economy, applied work on Indian or international economy. Each submitted paper will be reviewed and only selected papers will be presented in the seminar.
Call for applications for scholarships for participating in “Justice - Responsibility for the Future", the inter-disciplinary conference organised by the European Forum Alpbach 2011, 18 August-3 September.
24 March, 2011,
In 2011, the European Forum Alpbach will deal with "Justice - Responsibility for the Future". From August 18 to September 3, 4000 people from over 60 countries will once again come to the Tyrolian mountain village of Alpbach to discuss and explore current issues in the interdisciplinary setting of this conference.
International Conference on 'Issues in Finance and Economic Development in Developing Countries during Globalisation Era' from 6 to 7 November 2009, at Shri Ram College of Commerce, University of Delhi.
21 July, 2009,
Given the current global financial crisis it is imperative to understand the financial structure in place in developing countries following the financial liberalisation policy. This liberalisation policy was implemented as per the philosophy of Structural Adjustment Programmes and Macroeconomic Stabilisation prescribed by international financial institutions. The era of financial liberalisation has witnessed very visible changes in the financial structure
National Conference on 'Making Growth Inclusive With Reference to Employment Generation', 28-29th June, 2007, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
02 July, 2007,
The theme chosen for the conference as reflected in the seminar title is one of the most formidable challenges facing the Indian economy today, namely the phenomenon of "jobless growth”. This seminar was organised through the joint efforts of the Indian Institute of Advanced Studies (IIAS), Shimla and Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi .
A Seminar on 'Generating Decent Work in a Liberalised Framework: Policy Options for India', India Social Forum 2006, New Delhi, 9-13 November, 2006.
01 November, 2006,
Economic Research Foundation (ERF) and International Development Economics Associates (IDEAs) are organising a seminar during the India Social Forum 2006 on 'Generating Decent Work in a Liberalised Framework: Policy Options for India'
National Seminar on Universalisation of Elementary Education in Urban areas: With a Special Focus on Urban Slums
21 September, 2006,
The urban India is characterized by wide inequalities in income and access to social and physical infrastructure. The slums acutely epitomize the deprivation and inequalities of urban India. The slum dwellers do not have access to many of the benefits of urban development as they have emerged in haphazard manner.
The Strange Story of Capital Controls
21 May, 2003, Jayati Ghosh
The world appears to be very strange at the moment. Words are being distorted, used in completely opposite contexts, leaving people groping for its true meaning. The most glaring example, of course, is the US government's use of words in the context of Iraq war, where 'freedom' has been used to indicate the process of neo-colonial conquest, and 'democracy' to describe the system of rule by the conquering power, and its tolerance to looting and anarchy.
The Cost of Free Trade : The WTO Regime and The Indian Economy
20 February, 2000, Utsa Patnaik
It is indeed a privilege to have been asked to deliver the E M S Namboodiripad memorial lecture and I thank the organisers for it. Two years ago, after EMS (as he was referred to affectionately by everybody) passed away in March 1998, there was a memorial seminar held in June at Perintalamana in Malabar, the town which is within a short distance of EMS's ancestral home. I read a paper on this occasion, which was specifically on EMSs writings on the agrarian question - in particular how his famous Minute of Dissent to Commission Malabar Tenancy Reforms, was informed by the Marxist theory of ground rent.

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