Dr. Taposik Banerjee
Assistant Professor , School of Liberal Studies
Dr. Banerjee completed his MA and PhD in economics from the Centre for Economic Studies and Planning, School of Social Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.
Dr. Banerjee joined Ambedkar University Delhi, in April 2012. Before that he was associated with the National Institute of Science Technology and Development Studies (NISTADS) as a “Fellow Scientist” for nearly 3 years.
My Zone / Area of Expertise
icroeconomics, Social Choice, Law & Economics.
- A Note on Rationalizability of Choice Functions. Contemporary Issues and Ideas in Social Sciences, Vol 4,No 3 (2008).
- Right to water: Some theoretical issues. Contemporary Issues and Ideas in Social Sciences, Vol 6, No 1 (2010).
- Banerjee, T. (2015). Characterisation of a Second-Best Rationalisable Choice Function with General Domain. Themes in Economic Analysis: Theory, policy and measurement. Routledge India.
- Introductory Microeconomics: Textbook in economics for class XII. Joint authorship (4 co-authors each contributing to different chapters). NCERT, New Delhi.
- Banerjee, T (2018). Analysing Economic Institutions. Review of the book: Economic Growth, Efficiency and Inequality by Satish K Jain and Anjan Mukherji. The Book Review Vol 42, No 10.
Reports and Sponsored Research Projects:
- Green and Emerging Occupations in India. S & T and Human Resources. India, Science and Technology 2010-11. NISTADS.
- Surface Transport in India. S & T and Industry. India, Science and Technology 2010-11. NISTADS.
- Regulations to Control the Exploitation and Pollution of Water. S & T and Industry. India, Science and Technology 2010-11. NISTADS.
- R & D for Drinking Water in Rural India. S & T and Rural development: Strategies and Capacities. India, Science and Technology 2010-11. NISTADS.
- Skills for Green Jobs. Joint ILO EMP/SKILLS-INTEGRATION and CEDEFOP project. Sponsored by International Labour Organisation (ILO), 2010.
Seminar / Conferences
- Right to water, privatization and the issue of efficiency, Conference on Law and Economics: Theoretical and Empirical Explorations, NALSAR, Hyderabad, January 19-20, 2019.
- Problem of Legitimacy of a Government in a 2-Party Plurality Rule, Conference on Economic Theory and Policy, Centre for Development Studies, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, February 14-15, 2019.
- Problem of Legitimacy of a Government in a 2-Party Plurality Rule, Conference on Economic Theory and Policy, Ambedkar University Delhi, March 29-31, 2019.