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Ramprasad Sengupta
India Development Foundation
Ramprasad Sengupta is a Distinguished Fellow at the India Development Foundation, Gurgaon, and also a Visiting Professor, National Institute of Public Finance and Policy, New Delhi. He is currently visiting the Liu Institute for Global Issues in the University of British Columbia at Vancouver  as a Visiting Scholar. Prof. Sengupta  was  a Professor of Economics at the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi, for almost three decades, and held the Sukhamoy Chakravarty Chair of Planning and Development of the University in the recent years.  He was also Professor at the Indian Institute of Management Calcutta. Besides his teaching stints, he has also been Advisor, Planning Commission, Government of India and part time Independent Director on the Board of Steel Authority of India as an economist nominated by the Government of India. 

Prof. Sengupta's area of interest and specialization are Development economics and Planning; Energy, resource and  the environmental economics,  Ecological issues of sustainable development; Quantitative policy modelling  of infrastructural sectors like power, steel, transport, highways and other utilities;  Indian economic development; and  History of economic thought. His scholarship includes authorship  or editorship of 10 published books or monographs, 44 published research papers in refereed journals or  as chapters in books,  8 other reports / working papers or conference papers in recent times.   The latest book authored by him is  Ecological limits and Economic Development : Creating Space,  Oxford University Press, New Delhi,  January 2013. 

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Articles By Ramprasad Sengupta
Renewable energy and India’s future
Posted On: 13 May 2013

Tags:   energy

In the world’s second-most populous country, it is unsurprising that the topic of energy supply should be a key issue – and, in particular, its sustainability. This column completes a series on India’s energy challenges. It argues that sustainable energy supply and continued rapid economic growth of India can be compatible.
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The unsustainability of fossil fuel use in India
Posted On: 17 Apr 2013

Topics:   Environment
Tags:   energy

India’s dependence on fossil fuel is widely regarded as unsustainable. This column highlights that this unsustainability is not just environmental in character, but is emerging as a macroeconomic one as well, leading to challenges for India on multiple fronts – discovering new sources of hydrocarbon deposits, developing new renewables and strengthening the macroeconomic fundamentals by making India a more attractive destination for FDI.
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India’s energy consumption: The next 20 years
Posted On: 08 Mar 2013

Topics:   Environment
Tags:   energy

The environment is a concern the world over – and India is no exception. This column plots India’s energy consumption through to 2032, asking where the challenges lie and where policy reform might make a difference.
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