Kalinga lecture series

Prof. Samir K. Ghosh, Sociologist, UNESCO: ‘Sustainable Development – A Critique’, 1991.
· Prof. Prabhat Patnaik, Professor of Economics, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi: ‘Technological Change and Unemployment’, 1993.
· Prof. B. B. Bhattacharya, Professor of Economis, Institute of Economic Growth Delhi: ‘Economic Liberalisation and Socio-Economic Transformation’, 1994.
· Prof. T.K. Oommen, Professor of Sociology, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi: ‘Social Transformation in Independent India – Trajectory and Implications’, 1995.
· Prof. Kirit S. Parikh, Director, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai: ‘Ensuring Food Security’ and ‘Environmentally Sustainable Development’ 1995.
· Dr. C. Rangarajan, Governor of Orissa: ‘East Asian Crisis: What Lessons?’, 2000.
· Prof. V.R. Panchmukhi, Chairman, Indian Council of Social Science Research, New Delhi: i) ‘Fifty Years of Development Struggle in India and the World’, ii) ‘Millennium Development Goals of the UN- Challenges in India’ iii) ‘Indian Classical Thoughts on Economic Development and Management’, June, 2004.
· Prof. B. K. Roy Burman, Retd. Professor of Anthropology: ‘Ethnicity, Human Rights and Development’ October 2004.
· Prof. Pranab K. Bardhan, Professor of Economics, University of California, Berkeley, USA: “The Global and the Local in the Lives of the Poor”, January 2005.
· Prof. Michael Cernea, Research Professor of Anthropology and International Affairs, George Washington University and Senior Advisor, World Bank: i) Development-Induced Resettlement: Theory, Topology and Policy Formulation, ii) Can Compensation Prevent Impoverishment? Novel International Experiences in Economic Issues in Rehabilitation and Resettlement, iii) Modelling Resettlement: The Allocation of Pains and Gains - Risks, Safeguards and Reconstruction in Private and Public Sector Projects and the “Equator Principles”, December 2005.
· Prof. Amiya Kumar Bagchi, Director, Institute of Development Studies, Kolkata: ‘Transitions in Human Well being’, May 2007.
· Prof. Prasant K. Pattnaik, Emeritus Professor, Dept. of Economics, University of California, Riverside, USA: ‘Economics and the Ethical Bases of Public Policies’, December 2010.
· Prof. Yoginder K. Alagh, Noted Economist, Former Union Minister, Govt. of India and at present Chancellor, Central University, Gujarat: ‘Technology and the Future of Indian Agriculture’, 29.01.2014.

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