Awarded the ANU Economics Fellowship for the Asia Pacific Week organized in 2012 sponsored by the ANU College of Business and Economics (CBE) and the International and Development Economics program (IDEC), Australia.
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- Mohan, Deepanshu. Social Choice Theory and Its Application in a Human Rights Based Approach to Development, Journal of Governance and Regulation, Virtus Enterprises.
- Mohan, Deepanshu & Sekhani, Richa. Forthcoming 2017-18. Governing Dynamics of Urban Informality: A Case Study on Local Markets in Delhi (India).
- Mohan, Deepanshu. Growth without Development: A Reflection on Rising Gender Ine-quality in India, South Asia Democratic Forum (SADF) Working Paper series. (Brussels Bel-gium)
(Link: http://sadf.eu/new/blog/sadf-comment-90-growth-without-development-reflection-rising-gender-inequality-india-prof-deepanshu-mohan/ )
- Mohan, Deepanshu. In an age of resentment? , South Asia Democratic Forum (SADF) Working Paper series. (Brussels Belgium).
- Mohan, Deepanshu. Forthcoming 2016-17. Governing Dynamics of a Changing Global Economic Order: Case for Developing Economies, Handbook of BRICS and Emerging Economies, co-edited by Prathivadi Anand. Oxford: Oxford University Press (OUP).
- Mohan, Deepanshu & Sinha. The Analytics of Conflict and Studying its Economic Im-pact, South Asia Democratic Forum (SADF) Working Paper series. (Brussels Belgium).
- Mohan, Deepanshu. June, 2016. Re-engineering ideas in Developmental Growth, South Asia Democratic Forum (SADF) Working Paper series. (Brussels Belgium).
- Mohan, Deepanshu & Kaushik, Arun. February, 2016. Barriers to implementing sustaina-ble development goals. World Commerce Review
- 2012ANU Economics Fellowship for the Asia Pacific Week organized
- 2014-15Research Excellence by OP Jindal Global University in Recognition of “Outstanding Contribution to Research”
Awarded for Research Excellence by OP Jindal Global University in Recognition of “Outstanding Contribution to Research” for the year 2014-15.
- 2015Young Scholars Award by Universidad de los Andes, Bogota, Colombia
Awarded the Young Scholars Award by Universidad de los Andes, Bogota, Colombia to come and present a research paper in February, 2015.
Assistant Professor and Assistant Director, Centre for New Economics Studies
B.A. (Economics) Fergusson College, Pune; Masters in Economic History, London School of Economics
Deepanshu Mohan finished his BA Economics from Fergusson College, Pune in 2011 and went to do his Masters in Economic History from London School of Economics and Political Science. With economics as his majors, he specialized in the field of economic history. With more than four years of teaching experience, his main research and academic interests lie in the field of Development Economics, Political Economy, History of Financial Crises and Indian Economic History.
Deepanshu is a Visiting Professor to the Department of Economics at Carleton University (Ottawa, Canada) where he teaches a course on the “Political Economy of Late Development: Case of Modern Indian Economy” during the early summer term period (May-June). Prof. Mohan has published a number of research papers in reputed peer-reviewed international journals (refer to his CV for more information).
In addition to this, Deepanshu is a regular columnist for research forums like East Asia Forum (Australian National University); South Asian Voices (Stimson Research Centre, Washington DC); South Asia at LSE (London School of Economics); Business World and newspaper dailies like The Hindu (Business Line), LiveMint, The Wire etc. Details on his published research work with links to the other articles can be accessed from his CV.
Prior to joining Jindal School of International Affairs as a Senior Research Associate in Jan. 2014, Deepanshu worked in the capacity of a Teaching Assistant at SSE during 2012-2013, where he taught teaching subjects like Indian Planning Process and Strategies, International Economics, International Trade Policy, Trade Aid & Development along with Indian Public Finance to the students of Bsc. and Msc. Economics. He was also a visiting faculty to the Symbiosis Centre for Liberal Arts where he taught two certificate courses titled, ‘The Asian Century: Does the 21st century belong to China?’ and ‘International Economic Co-operation’. Some of his other academic achievements are listed below: