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Prof. Arpan Ganguly
Assistant Professor - Economics
Email: arpan.ganguly@flame.edu.in
PhD, Economics, Colorado State university, 2020; MA, Economics, Colorado State University, 2015; M.Phil., Economics, University of Hyderabad, 2012; MA, Economics, University of Hyderabad, 2010; B.A. (Honours) Economics, University of Delhi, 2007.

Prof. Arpan Ganguly is Assistant Professor - Economics received her received his Doctorate Degree and MA in Economics from Colorado State University. He has completed MPhil in Economics from University of Hyderabad and a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from University of Delhi.

Prof. Arpan has over six years of work experience and was associated with Colorado State University. Prior to joining FLAME, he was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the South African Research Chair in Industrial Development (SARChI-ID) at the University of Johannesburg, South Africa.

Prof. Arpan’s teaching interests include International Trade and Finance, Macroeconomics, Economics of Development, Political Economy, History of Economic Thought and Industrial-Labour relations. His teaching aims to promote a heterodox, pluralistic, and interdisciplinary approach to macroeconomics and economic theory in turn encouraging critical thinking and intellectual diversity among students. His research interests are in International Economics, Open Economy Macroeconomics, Development Economics and Political Economy. His research focuses on the macroeconomic impacts of trade and globalization on economic growth, labour relations and structural change in emerging economies.



  • Ganguly, A. and Vasudevan, R. (2022). ‘Financial Liberalization and the Indian Non-Financial, Corporate Sector.’ Competition and Change. DOI: 10.1177/10245294211068102. (AY 2021-22)


  • Fifth Nordic Post Keynesian Conference. Aalborg University, Denmark. April 27-28th 2022. (AY 2021-22)

  • 25th FMM (Forum for Macroeconomics and Macroeconomic Policies) Conference: Macroeconomics of Socio-Ecological Transition. Berlin, Germany. October 28-30, 2021. (AY 2021-22)

Past Conferences:

  • Eastern Economic Association, Boston and New York, US. Feb 2021, 2020, 2018, 2017

  • ASSA Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, US. January 2019

  • Association for Social Economics Conference, Fort Collins, US. June 2018

  • Western States Graduate Workshop, University of Utah, US. October 2017 and 2016

  • Conference on the Political Economy of the World Systems, Department of Sociology, University of Maryland, College Park, US. April 2016



  • Ganguly, A. (2022).‘The medium- and long-term implications of the Covid-19 pandemic for the restructuring of global value chains and labour in developing countries.’ CCRED-IDTT Policy Brief. University of Johannesburg. https://www.competition.org.za/idtt-policy-briefs (AY 2021-22)

  • Ganguly, A (2013). ‘Wage Structures in the Indian Garment Industry.’ Society for Labour and Development. New Delhi.  

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