Research Associate Sunanda Sen is a national fellow of the Indian Council of Social Science Research and a visiting professor at the Institute for Studies in Industrial Development, Delhi; Jamia Millia Islamia University, Delhi; and the Institute of Development Studies Kolkata, among other institutions in India and overseas. She previously taught for nearly three decades at the Centre for Economic Studies and Planning, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi. In 1994, she held the Joan Robinson Memorial Lectureship at Cambridge University, and she is a life fellow of Clare Hall, Cambridge.
Sen’s current research relates to global finance, money, development, labor, economic history, and gender studies. In addition to contributing articles to academic journals, she has published, most recently, the following books:
- Unfreedom and Waged Work: Labour in India’s Manufacturing Industry (with B. Dasgupta), 2009;
- Globalisation and Development, 2007;
- Global Finance at Risk: On Real Stagnation and Instability, 2003, 2004; and
- Trade and Dependence: Essays on the Indian Economy, 2000.
Sen holds a Ph.D. from the University of Calcutta, India.