QMUL People: S Basu



Business Management Staff Website
https://www.busman.qmul.ac.uk/staff/staff.php?santonu.basu@qmul.ac.uk

                                     Santonu Basu

He is currently also an affiliated lecturer in the Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge.

Research Activities: Since 2001

  1. Journal Articles:

Basu, S. (2009), “Government Success and Failure of the Market: A Case of India,” International Review of Applied Economics. (forthcoming).

Basu, S. (2008), “When Does Growth Trickle Down to the Poor? The Indian Case.” (with S. Mallick), Cambridge Journal of Economics. (forthcoming)

Basu, S. ( 2006) “Some Structural Problems in Financing Development: Issues
Relating to India.” International Review of Applied Economics,  Vol. 20, pp. 85-101.

Basu, S. (2005), “Financial Globalisation: The Need for a Single Currency and a Global
Central Bank.” (with P. Arestis and S. Mallick),  Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, Vol. 27, pp. 507-531.

Basu, S. (2004), “Globalisation and Regulation,” (with P. Arestis) Research in
International Business and Finance, Vol. 18, pp. 129-140. (This paper has been listed twice  in SSRN’s Top Ten download list)

Basu, S. (2003), “Why do Banks Fail?” International Review of Applied Economics
Vol. 17, No.3, pp. 235-252. (Appeared as a lead article).

 Basu, S. (2003), “Financial Globalisation: Some Conceptual Problems,” (with P. Arestis) 
Eastern Economic Journal, Vol. 29, No.2,  pp. 183-189.(This paper has also been listed in SSRN’s Top Ten download list).

Basu, S. (2002), “Financial Fragility: Is It Rooted in the Development Process? An Examination with Special Reference to the South Korean Experience,”InternationalPapers in Political Economy, Vol. 9, No.1.             

Basu, S. (2001), “Incomplete Information and Asymmetric Information,” Zagreb
International Review of Economics and Business, Vol.4, No.2, pp. 23-48.
       

 

(b)  Book:

Basu, S. (2002), Financial Liberalisation and Intervention: A New Analysis of Credit
Rationing, London, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd. (A review of my book  was published in International Review of Applied Economics,2003, Vol.17,   pp. 449-450 ).                      

(c) Chapter in Books:

      Basu, S. (2008), “Does Technological Change Induce Unemployment?”(with S. Mallick) in Unemployment: Past and Present, edited by P. Arestis and J. McCombie, Palgrave Macmillan. (fourthcoming)

      Basu, S. (2008), “Role of Finance and Credit In Economic Development,” in Handbook of Development Economics, edited by A.K. Dutt, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd. (fourthcoming)
  
Basu, S (2007), “The Role of Financial Institutions in the Context of Economic     Development,” in Issues in Money and Finance, edited by J.S.L. McCombie and C. Rodriguez, Palgrave Macmillan.

      Basu, S.(2007) “Is Growth Alone Sufficient to Reduce Poverty? In Search of the Trickle
      Down Effect in Rural India,” (with S.Mallick) in Understanding Economic Growth: A New Direction in Theory and Policy, edited by P. Arestis, M. Braddeley and J. McCombieCheltenham, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.                   

       Basu, S. (2006) “The Role of Banks in the Context of Economic Development with Reference to South Korea and India.”  in Handbook of Alternative Monetary Economics, edited by P. Arestis and M.Sawyer, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.

 

Basu, S. (2004), “Financial Globalisation and Regulation,” (with P. Arestis), Reprinted in Portuguese in Financial Globalisation, edited by R. Jobreiva and F. Carvalho, Brazil, Atlas Press.   

    Basu, S (2004), “Financial Fragility: Is It Rooted In the Development Process? An      Examination with Special Reference to the South Korean Experience,” in Neo-Liberal      Economic Policy: Critical Essays, edited by P. Arestis and M. Sawyer, Cheltenham, Edward and Elgar Publishing Ltd.

Basu, S. (2003), “Asymmetric Information, Credit Rationing and The Stiglitz and Weiss Model,” in Modern Theories of Money, edited by S. Rossi and L.P.Rochon,  New York, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.

 

(d)  Public Policy Brief

Basu, S. (2003), “Is Financial Globalization Truly Global?: New Institutions for an
Inclusive Capital Market,” (with P. Arestis) Public Policy Brief No. 75,Levy Economics Institute. This brief has been included in the Knowledge Portal and is Accessible at
 hlttp://www.sdnp.undp.org/gpgn/r-trade.php

 

(e) Discussion Papers:

      Basu, S. (2003), “Globalisation and Regulation,” (with P. Arestis) Working Paper
      No. 397, The Levy Economics Institute of Bard College.

      Basu, S. (2003), “Financial Globalisation: Some Conceptual Problems,” (with P. Arestis)
      Working Paper No. 360, The Levy Economics Institute of Bard             College. 

(f) Conference/Seminar papers:

Basu, S. (2007),”Does Technological Change Induce Unemployment?”(with S. Mallick) presented at the Unemployment: Past and Present Conference, Dowing College, Cambridge, 30 August-1 September.

Basu, S. (2006) “Is Growth Alone Sufficient to Reduce Poverty? In Search of the Trickle Down Effect in Rural India,” (with S. Mallick) presented at the Australian Society of Heterodox Economists Conference at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, 11-12 December.

Basu, S. (2006) “Can the Current Process of Globalisation Reduce Poverty? A Theoretical Examination with Special Reference to India,”presented at the 3rd International Conference Developments in Economic Theory and Policy, organised by the Department of Applied Economics, University of the Basque Country and the Centre  for Economic and Public Policy, University of Cambridge, will be held in Bilbao, Spain on 6-7, July.

Basu, S. (2006) “Is Growth Alone Sufficient to Reduce Poverty? In Search of the Trickle Down Effect in Rural India,” (with S.Mallick) presented at the School of Business and Management Seminar Series, Queen  Mary University of London  and also presented at the Institute of Social and Economic Change (Bangalore), Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (Mumbai) and Jawaharlal Nehru University (Delhi) on the invitation from the above three respective institutions.

      Basu, S.(2005) “Is Growth Alone Sufficient to Reduce Poverty? In Search of the Trickle
      Down Effect in Rural India,” (with S.Mallick)presented at the conference  on Economic Growth, University of Cambridge, 1-3 September..                                

Basu, S (2005), “ The Role of Financial Institutions in the Context of Economic     Development,” presented at the International Conference on Development  in Economic Theory and Policy, University of the Basque Country, Spain, 7-8 July.

Basu, S. (2005) “The Role of Financial Institutions  in Development with Reference to South Korea and India,” presented at the Post Keynesian Study Group: Special Meeting on Finance and Development, University of Cambridge, 25th February. 

      Basu, S.(2004) “Does Technological Change Induce Unemployment?” (with S.Mallick),
      Presented at the Post Keynesian Economics Study Group Meeting, University of Greenwich, November.

     Basu, S. (2004) “Is Growth Alone Sufficient to Reduce Poverty? In Search of the Trickle Down Effect in Rural India,” (with S. Mallick), Presented at the Sir Arthur Lewis Conference, Manchester University, July.

      Basu, S. (2002), “Some Structural Problems in Financing Development: Issues Related
       to India,”  presented on April  at the Annual Conference organised by  the British Association for South Asian Studies, Lancaster University.

      Basu, S. (2002), “The Operation of the Informal Credit Market,” presented at the
       Seminar Program of the School of Development Studies, University  of East Anglia.                
(g) Currently working

Basu, S (2007), “Government Success and Market Failure: A Case Study of India.” Revised version  resubmitted to International Review of Applied Economics.

Basu, S. (2007), “When Does Growth Trickle Down to Poor? The Indian Case.” (with S. Mallick)  Revised version resubmitted to Cambridge Journal of Economics.

Basu, S. (2007), “Why Does Financial Reform Leads to Credit Being Switched in Favour of Financial Assets? The Indian Experience.” (with S. Mallick) Submitted to an internationally reputed journal.

Basu, S. (2007), “Political Economy of India’s Democracy.” Submitted to an internationally reputed journal.

Basu, S. (2007), “Is Capital Market Reform Entirely Responsible for the Recent Rise in the Misery of the Rural Poor? A Theoretical Examination with Special Reference to India.” Will be submitted to an internationally reputed journal.

Basu, S. (2007), “Can the Current Process of Globalisation Reduce Poverty? A Theoretical Examination with Special Reference to India..” Ready for submission journal yet to be decided.

Basu, S. (2007), The Political Economy of India’s Democracy, a book yet to be completed.