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Sunanda Sen is an economist who has been a Professor at the Jawaharlal Nehru University for nearly three decades. She has been a National Fellow, Indian Council of Social Sciences, New Delhi and currently a Visiting Professor at JamiaMillia Central University (New Delhi), a Research Associate at Levy Economics Institute, Bard College, USA, Joan Robinson Memorial Lecturer at Faculty of Economics, Cambridge University and a Life member of Clare Hall, Cambridge University. She is engaged in research on development, economic history ,international finance and Gender Studies.
Professor Sen has published ten books which include Dominant Finance and Stagnant Economies ( OUP 2014), Development on Trial (co-ed) (Orient BlackSwan 2014), Unfreedom and Waged Work:Labour in India’s Manufacturing Industry (Sage India 2009), Globalisation and Development, National Book Trust Delhi 2007; Global Finance at Risk, Palgrave Macmillan 2003 and OUP 2004. Her published papers include at least 50 or more articles in scholarly journals and edited volumes. She has held visiting appointments in a large number of foreign Universities and in UN organisations.