Dr Milindo Chakrabarti has distinguished experience of over 27 years as a Professor of Micro-economics, International Trade & Business, Environmental Economics, Indian Economics and Development Economics, nationally and internationally. Along with his long standing career in teaching, Dr Milindo holds Research Experience of 27 years and has written and published numerous research paper, articles and books from India and abroad. Currently, he is a Professor with School of Business Studies and School of Law at Sharda University, Greater Noida. He also delivered lectures at Indiana University, Bloomington, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, Entrepreneurship Development Institute, Gandhi Nagar. Right now he is associated with the Natural Resources Institute, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada as an Adjunct Faculty and recently joined Research and Information System for Developing Countries, an autonomous think tank of the Ministry of External Affairs as a Visiting Consultant. Till recently, he was a Consultant to the Independent Evaluation Office of the Planning Commission.
Dr Milindo has extensive experience in policy development and practice, and wide knowledge and experience working in different sectors such as: natural resources, social sectors, rural development, key cross-cutting issues, environment, governance and institutional development. Dr Milindo regularly travels throughout India on various academic and research assignments, and has travelled across many countries on academic assignments, for instance Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Thailand, China, Kenya, USA, Canada, UK, France, Italy, Portugal Egypt and Turkey. He has also been consultant to different ministries of Govt. of India, the Planning Commission, the World Bank UNDP, IFAD, the British Council. In his list of professional affiliations he has also been a Member of Western Economic Association International, USA, Executive Director in Development Evaluation Society of India (DESI) and also Member, Network of Network on Impact Evaluation (NONIE).
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International Trade and Business