, Mumbai campus
M. Phil, PhD, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
Rakesh Ranjan has been working on international labour migration, remittances, Diaspora and immigrant entrepreneurship for the past seven years. He has worked with the India Centre for Migration, Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India, and the Global Research Forum on Diaspora and Transnationalism, New Delhi. He also had brief stints at the Institute of South Asian Studies, National University of Singapore and the Centre for Development Studies, Trivandrum. Rakesh has recently co-authored a book "Indian Diaspora Homeland Engagement: Education and Healthcare Sector", published by Oxford University Press.
Economic Sociology, Immigrant Entrepreneurship, Labour Studies, Diaspora, International Migration and, Remittances.
Rahman, Mizanur Md and Ranjan, Rakesh (2020). Indian Diaspora Homeland Engagement: Education and Healthcare Sector. New Delhi: Oxford University Press (In Press)
Ranjan, R and Bisht, M. (2020). Novel Coronavirus and Indian Overseas Labour Migrants: Updates from Gulf Cooperation Council Countries. Roots and Routes, 9(1-4).
Rahman, Mizanur Md and Ranjan, Rakesh (2019), Local migrant organizations in the periphery: providing healthcare in India, Migration and Development, DOI: 10.1080/21632324.2019.1706248
Rajan, S.I., Heller, Arokkiaraj and Ranjan, Rakesh, (2018), Kerala’s Flood Disaster: Will Migration Still Act as Indemnification? Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 53, Issue No. 36, 08 Sep 2018.
Ranjan. Rakesh (2017), International Labour Migration, Remittances and Development: Assessing Role of Remittances in the Household Level Developmental Prospects, Manpower Journal, Vol. No. 4, October-December 2017.
Ranjan, Rakesh (2014), Social Structure among New Indian Diaspora: A study of the United States of America, published by World Focus, January 2014.
Sarkar, Pinak and Rakesh Ranjan (2020), Economic profile of ‘refugees due to social and political problems’ in India: A case study of refugees from Bangladesh and Pakistan, India Migration Reported 2020, edited by S Irudaya Rajan, New Delhi: Routledge (In Press)
Ranjan, Rakesh and Yasin Kerem GÜMÜŞ (2019), Economic Impacts of Migration on UK Labour Markets: The Case Study of Indians in Britan, for the book, India Migration Report, 2018: Migrants in Europe, edited by S Irudaya Rajan, New Delhi: Routledge
Ranjan, Rakesh (2017), Mapping Diaspora Engagement through Entrepreneurial Perspective: Issues and Challenges, for the book, Mapping Indian Diaspora: Contestation and Representations, edited by Ajaya K. Sahoo, Jaipur, Rawat Publication.
Ranjan, Rakesh (2015), Indian professional immigrants and the healthcare sector in India, for the book, International Migration and Development in South Asia" edited by Md Mizanur Rahman and Tan Tai Yong. London and New York: Rutledge.
Ranjan, R. (2013). Mapping Diaspora Engagement through Entrepreneurial Perspective: Analysis of Indian Service Sector. In S. Misra, D. Awasthi, & G. Batthini (Ed.), Tenth Biennial Conference on Entrepreneurship (February 20-22, 2013, EDII Ahmedabad) (pp. 150-156). New Delhi: Bookwell.
Ranjan, Rakesh (2015), Remittance and Development: A study of selected villages of Mithilanchal Region of Bihar, GRFDT Research Monograph Series, Delhi: Global Research Forum on Diaspora and Transnationalism, April 2015.
'Migrant Workers at the Margin: Right to Education, Work, Health and Food' for Society for Labour and Development and Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, Germany. October 2018.
Ranjan, Rakesh (2018), Remittances, Block-2: Economic Impact of Diaspora, Post Graduate Diploma Programme in Migration and Diaspora, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi (Forth Coming)
Ranjan, Rakesh (2018), Knowledge, Technology Transfer and International Trade, Block-2: Economic Impact of Diaspora, Post Graduate Diploma Programme in Migration and Diaspora, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi (Forth Coming)
Ranjan, Rakesh (2018), Diaspora Investment and Entrepreneurship, Block-2: Economic Impact of Diaspora, Post Graduate Diploma Programme in Migration and Diaspora, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi (Forth Coming)
Ranjan, Rakesh (2015), Entrepreneurship in Indian Diaspora, E-Pathshala Module, unit ‘Sociology of Indian Diaspora’, Sociology, for University Grant Commission of India, New Delhi.
Ranjan, R. (2015). Skilled migration, expectation, and reality: Chinese professionals and the global labour market, Journal for Intercultural Studies, Volume 36, Issue 6, Pp. 741-743.
Ranjan, Rakesh (2012), Book Review: International Migration, Remittances, and The Brain Drain, (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006), Manpower Journal, Vol. XLVII, No. 2-4, April-December 2012. ISSN- 0542-5808
Other Publications (Newsletter/ Periodical/ Not Peer-Reviewed):
Rakesh Ranjan and Monika Bisht (2019), Migration, Remittances and Development: Comparative Analysis of Kerala and Bihar, Vijay Perspective, New Delhi: Prof. Vijay Kapur Memorial Institute of Applied Research.
Ranjan, Rakesh (2018), Sociology of Migration and Remittances: Evidences from South Asia, Vijay Perspective, New Delhi: Prof. Vijay Kapur Memorial Institute of Applied Research.
Ranjan, Rakesh (2017), Inter-Linkages Between International Migration and Development in India: A Remittance Centric Analysis, International Research Journal of Human Resources and Social Sciences, Volume 4, Issue 11, November 2017.
Ranjan, Rakesh (2015), Migration Development Nexus: South Asian Perspective. Roots and Routes, GRFDT Newsletter. VOL.4, No. 7-8, July-August 2015.
Ranjan, R, Bisht, M, and Sahoo, S (2013), “Bibliography: Handbook on Diaspora and Transnationalism” published by Global Research Forum on Diaspora and Transnationalism.
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