Isaac Newton Trust Affiliated Lecturer, Faculty of Economics
Sriya research interests are in development economics and applied microeconomics, focusing on the economics of religion, rationality, economic demography and education in South Asia. She explores differences in the demography and socio-economic characteristics of religious groups in India.
Director of the Centre for Science, Technology & Innovation Policy (CSTI)
Eoin’s research interests span science and technology policy; university-industry collaborative R&D programmes; and R&D foreign direct investment. He explores the drivers, strategies and network structures associated with the globalisation of corporate R&D across talent-rich economies.
Reader in the Political Economy of Environment and Development, Department of Geography
Bhaskar’s research examines the changing economic dynamics of development in India, as well as the social and political dimensions of development and change. On-going research includes work on the ITES-BPO sector and the ‘new’ service economy in India, business and poverty issues, and the landuse implications of recent economic liberalisation.
University Lecturer in Economics of Industrial Systems, Department of Engineering
An expert in business model innovation, Chander is a Lecturer in Economics of Industrial Systems. Previously, Chander worked as a consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers and Booz Allen Hamilton. He is in the process of identifying innovative business models emanating from India.
Professor Emeritus of Management Studies (Information Systems), Cambridge Judge Business School
BA, MA (University of Oxford), MSc (University of Warwick), LittD (University of Cambridge)