Amit Bhaduri

professor of economics

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Curriculum Vitae                                                                       Courses


AMIT BHADURI has been Professor Emeritus at Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi. He has been appointed Professor of Political Economy at the University of Pavia. Previously he was Reader at the Delhi School of Economics and Professor at the Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta.

He was Visiting Professor at various academic institutions (Colegio de Mexico, Universities of Stanford, Vienna, Linz, Bologna, Bremen, and Trondheim). He was also Research Officer at the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (Vienna), and a Visiting Fellow at the Centre for Development Studies, Trivandrum, India; Fellow at the Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin; Swedish Col-legium for Advanced Study in the Social Sciences.

He obtained a Ph.D. at the University of Cambridge (UK) and taught at Pembroke College, Cambridge.

His research work initially dealt with the economic structure of backward agriculture. He subsequently analysed theoretical issues in growth and capital theory, and became increasingly interested in the treatment of macroeconomic themes in a multisectoral framework. In recent years, he has devoted attention to theoretical and policy issues associated with processes of economic transition and globalisation.

He has published many papers in academic journals and a number of scholarly volumes, such as The Economic Structure of Backward Agriculture
(London and New York, Academic Press, 1983),
Macroeconomics: The Dynamics of Commodity Pro-duction (London, Macmillan, 1986), Unconvention-al Economic Essays (Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1993), The Intelligent Person’s Guide to Liberaliza-tion (Delhi, Penguin Books, 1996) (co-authored), On the Border of Economic Theory and History (Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1999).



The political economy of globalization (4 crediti)            
Reading List a.a. 2010/2011
Political Economy of Globalization 2010/2011: QUESTION

J. Galbraigh “Tracking the Rise of Inequality in China and Russia” WIDER Angle 2004/2 pg.4-7

Students attendance is usually after lectures in room n.7, faculty of economics, first floor.

Alternative theories of economic growth (4 crediti)

Reading List a.a. 2009/2010

Alternative theories of economic growth 2010/2011 : Questions

Students attendance is usually after lectures in room n.7, faculty of economics, first floor.