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Sashi Sivramkrishna has created 2 digital courses and has taught a total of 594 students online. We found 125 reviews with an average rating of 4.4.
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Sashi Sivramkrishna completed his Master’s degree in Economics with a gold medal from the University of Bombay (now Mumbai) specializing in Mathematical Economics and International Economics. He completed his Ph.D. from Cornell University, New York, USA, specializing in the economics of participation and labour-managed systems.
Apart from teaching undergraduate and graduate students over the last 25 years, Dr. Sivramkrishna has pursued research on a wide range of subjects including environmental, economic and monetary history as well as on more contemporary issues including the human development index, contract farming and self-help groups. Over the last five years, Dr. Sivramkrishna developed a keen interest in Modern Money Theory (MMT) and has carried out several country studies from an MMT perspective, including Saudi Arabia, Norway, Russia, Argentina, China, Iran, Turkey and India.
Dr. Sivramkrishna has published widely in academic journals including Business History, Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, Journal of the Economic & Social History of the Orient, Journal of International Development, Journal of Human Development & Capabilities, Global Environment, Environment & History, Real World Economics Review and the Economic & Political Weekly. He also writes for several newspapers and online publications including Moneycontrol, Newsclick, The Wire, Madras Courier and the Deccan Herald.
He is the author of two books, In Search of Stability: Economics of Money, History of the Rupee and Maximum Government, Maximum Governance: Reframing India’s Macroeconomic Discourse, both published by Manohar (New Delhi) and Routledge (New York/London).
Dr. Sivramkrishna’s is also an avid documentary filmmaker. His films have been screened at several international film festivals including the Royal Anthropological International Film Festival (UK) and Festival of Documentary Cinema (Russia).