Dr. Shilpa Deo

Dr. Shilpa Deo

Assistant Professor
Emailshilpa.deo@mitwpu.edu.in

Bio

Assistant Professor

Qualification

Ph.D (Economics)

NET with JRF

Publications

“Feminization of poverty in India”, forthcoming in an edited book titled “Gender and Culture, Volume II”, Rawat Publications, Jaipur.

“Understanding the dimensions of vulnerability to poverty of Pune’s slum dwellers” (Jointly with Dr. Suddhasil Siddhanta), Artha Beekshan, Volume 28, No. 2, Pg. no. 37 – 55, September 2019.

“Is price discrimination only practised in the monopoly market structure”, International Research Journal of Management Science & Technology, Volume 10, Issue 6, Pg. no. 74 – 80, July 2019.

“What Does Poverty Mean to the Poor? Some Reflections Based on Case Studies in Pune” (Jointly with Prof. Dhanmanjiri Sathe), in an edited book titled “Development and Deprivation in the Indian Subcontinent”, Levant books, Kolkata, 2019.

“A critical appraisal of slum census, 2011”, International Journal of Interdisciplinary Research, Volume 1, Issue 5, Pg. no. 1 – 8, August 2014.

“Testing the urban poverty line of India”, International Journal of Interdisciplinary Research, Volume 1, Issue 7, Pg. no. 66 – 74, October 2014.

Research paper

Research paper 1: “ Presented a paper titled “Feminization of poverty in India” at the 12th International Interdisciplinary Conference on Women organized by Women’s World Congress at University of Hyderabad, Telangana.

Research paper 2: Presented a research note titled “Identification of data gaps in the census of India 2011” at the National Seminar organized by Gokhale Institute of Politics & Economics, Pune.

Research paper 3: Presented a paper titled “Work status in Maharashtra” at the Data Dissemination Workshop – 2014 jointly organized by the Directorate of Census Operations, Maharashtra and the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai.

Research paper 4: Presented a paper titled “What Does Poverty Mean to the Poor? Some Reflections Based on Case Studies in Pune” at the National Seminar on Poverty, Inequality and Health in India with special reference to North-East India organised by the Department of Economics, North-Eastern Hill University in collaboration with Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata and NABARD.

Research paper 5: Presented a paper titled “Is price discrimination only practised in the monopoly market structure” at the Yazhli Global Research Conference organized by Yazhli Global Multidisciplinary Research Organization in Coimbatore, India and won the “Best research paper award” in Management track.

Experience

Teaching experience:  9 Months

Research experience: 1 Year

Subjects

International Business, Managerial Economics, Micro Economic Analysis I, Public Finance, International Economics