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Prof Vibhuti N. Patel

Professor , Mumbai campus

Advanced Centre for Women's Studies , School of Development Studies
Qualification

BA (Economics),
MA (Economics),
Ph.D. Economics

Prof. Vibhuti Patel is Ph.D. in Economics, University of Mumbai. She was awarded Visiting Fellowship to the London School of Economics and Politcal Science from Association of Commonwealth Universities, UK in 1992-93.She has authored and co-authored 12 books; edited and co-edited 9 books and contributed over 100 papers as chapters in various books edited by others. She has also authored and co-authored 34 research monographs and reports. Her research papers, comments, commentaries and reviews have been published in the national as well as international academic journals. For E PG Pathshala, UGC, Delhi, she has been a Paper Coordinator for ‘Women and Economics’ (20 modules) for MA Women’s Studies Course, she has been writer for 9 modules and reviewer for 11 modules. Video recorded 11 modules. For course on MA in Adult, Continuing and Extension Education, she wrote and presented 4 modules, and video recorded 4 modules.

She received

Citation and Award from Mahila Sangha, Bunts Association, Mumbai on 8-3-2016.
Citation from Men Against Violence and Abuse (MAVA), Mumbai on its 20th Anniversary Celebration on 10-3-2013.
Citation when One Billion Rising Campaign was launched in November, 2012 by Akshara, Mumbai.
Award for ‘Social Sector Work’ from Mayor of Mumbai, Mumbai Municipal Corporation on 8-3-2011,
“Outstanding Citizenship Award” by Women Political Forum on Maharashtra Stree Mukti Din, 3rd January 2004.
 Award for Women Achievers from Young Environmentalists Programme Trust, Mumbai on 7th march 2011.
The Times Foundation Award For Women Achievers on march 8, 2007  
Award for ‘Social Work’ from Vanita Samaj, Mumbai on 18-1-2008.
Award post-doctoral fellowship from Association of Commonwealth University that enabled her to work as Visiting Faculty at The Development Studies Institute, The London School of Political Science during 1992-93. 
 

She is Member of Editorial Board of

The International Journal Of Economics, Education And Development (TIJEED), Switzerland
Bharatiya Samajik Chintan, Indian Academy Of Social Sciences, Allahabad
PRAGATI- a journal of Indian Economy, Delhi: Journal Press India.
Social Modernity-Asian Journal Of Social Sciences, Ranchi,
The Urban World, Quarterly Journal Of Regional Centre For Urban Environmental Studies, All India Institute Of Local Self Government, Mumbai
Quest in Education, a Quarterly Journal Published By Gandhi Shikshan Bhavan, Mumbai
Research Horizon, Maniben Nanavati College for Women, Mumbai
Arthat: A Quarterly journal in Gujarati published by Centre for Social Studies, Surat

She prepared base paper on “Gender” for Mumbai Human Development Report (2010), Maharashtra Human Development Report (2012) and MMRDA Human Development Report (2012) for Government of Maharashtra. She cotributed 3 chapters for an Expert Committee Report on Socioeconomic Status of Muslims in Maharahstra for Maharashtra State Minority Commission, Governmentof Maharashtra, 2013.

RESEARCH MONOGRAPHS PUBLISHED

1.      “Gender Perspective on Education and Peace”, Mumbai: Quest in Education, Vol. XXXI, No. 3, July 2017, pp. 11-33. ISSN: 0048-6434.

2.      “Employment, Rights and Security at Work”, Guwahati: Social Change and Development: A Journal of OKD Institute of Social Change and Development, vol. XIII, July 2016, pp. 19-34. ISSN: 097-4016.

3.      “Campaign against Rape by Women’s Movement in India”, DEP, Deportees, Exiles, Refugees.  RIVISTA STUDI SULLA MEMORIA FEMMINILE , Journal of Women’s Memories, University of Venice, Italy, 8-3-2014, pp. 36-47, ISSN 1824 – 4483

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4.      “The Dynamics of Women’s Studies in India”, Samruddhi Foundation: Monograph Series 1, Mysore, 2013

5.Base Paper for UN HABITAT on Livelihood, Employment and Skills for Young Women in Urban India, 2013.

6.Base Document on Gender for MMRDA, All India Institute of Local Self Government, Mumbai, 2013.

7.Socio Economic Profile of Muslims in Maharashtra, Maharashtra State Minority Commission, Government of Maharashtra, Mumbai, 2013.

8. "Fiscal Federalism and Equitable Development in India", commissioned by Centre for Culture and Development, Vadodara, 2012.

9.“Gender Audit of Schemes for Empowerment of Women in Higher Education” commissioned by University Grants Commission, Delhi, 2011.

10.  “Base Paper on Gender for Mumbai Metropolitan Regional Development Authority (MMRDA), Mumbai, 2011.

11.  “Base paper on Gender” for Human Development Report, Maharashtra, 2012 for Government of Maharashtra, 2011.

12.  “Women’s Leadership in Micro Finance”, Ahmadabad: Indian School of Micro Finance, 2010.

13.  “Education and Health of Girls in India”, Mumbai: Vacha, 2009.

14.   “Women’s Rights to Land and Housing”, Pune: Indo-Global Social Service Society (IGSSS), 2008.

15.  “Economics of Education”, 7th Survey of Education Report, Delhi: NCERT, 2008.

16.  “Background Paper on Gender for Mumbai Human Development Report”, Delhi: UNDP, 2007.

17.  “Women in Informal Sector”, Ahmadabad: Gandhi Labour Institute, 2006.

18.  “Globalisation and Women”, Mumbai: Justice and Peace Commission, 2005.

19.  “Declining Sex Ratio and Pre birth Elimination of girls in India”, Delhi: UNFPA, 2004.

20.  “Women in the Economy of Maharashtra”, Department of Economics, University of Mumbai, 2003.

21.  “Gender Audit of Budgets”, Department of Economics, University of Mumbai, 2002.

22.  "Evaluation of Childcare Facilities in Maharashtra”, Project sponsored by UNICEF, Research Centre for Women's Studies, SNDT Women's University, Bombay, 1989.Article based on the research published in Research Centre for Women's Studies Newsletter, Vol.13, No.1, 1992.

23.  "Violence against Women", Approach of the state machinery Vs Women's organisations providing support to women victims of violence. Sponsored by UNESCO, co‑ordinated by Research Centre for Women's Studies, SNDT Women's University, Bombay, 1991.

24.  "Girl Child and the Family", Research project sponsored by UGC, co-ordinated research work and action programme for Thane District, Research Centre for Women's Studies, SNDT Women's University, Bombay, 1991.

25.  "Getting foothold in Politics", Readings on Women's Studies series no.5, Research Centre for Women's Studies, SNDT Women's University, Bombay, 1990.Article based on the research work published in Janata, Vol.45, Nos. 36-40, January 6, 1991.

26.  (With Neera Desai) "Critical Review of Women's Studies in India, 1975‑1988", Indian Council of Social Science Research, Delhi, 1988. (Mimeo)

27.  "Role of Media in Implementation of the Nairobi Forward Looking Strategies (NFLS)-A Feedback from India" prepared for Asian Women's Research and Action Network(AWRAN), 1986

28.  "Women, law and Development: Overview, Action and Strategies in India", Monographs prepared for Asia and Pacific Centre for Women's Development, Malaysia, 1986 (Sections contributed: "Women, Migration and tourism", "Women, education and liberation", "Women's studies in India" and "Women and Health").

29.  "Alternate Media by Women in Maharashtra and Gujarat", A Research monograph prepared for the Pacific and Asian Women's Forum (PAWF), New Delhi, 1986.

30.  "Emergence and Proliferation of Autonomous Women's Organisations in India", Working Paper no 14, Research Centre for Women's Studies, SNDT Women's University, Bombay, 1986. Pp 72 (Mimeo).

31.  "Indian Women on Warpath" Research monograph for Lokayan, New Delhi, December 1982. Published in "Reaching for Half the Sky, A Reader in Women's Movement" Antar Rashtriya Prakashan, Baroda, 1985. pp 1‑48.

32.  "Needs and Rights ‑ An Inquiry in to the Women's Movements Approach to Human Rights", A research monograph for United Nation's University, (Through SETU), Ahmedabad, 1984, pages 60.

33.  "Rural women's Organisation and linkages”, Monograph for International Labour Organisation, Oct. 1984.

34.  "Songs of Solidarity", Monograph for Pacific and Asian Women's Forum, abridged version published in Women and Media- Analysis, Alternatives and Action edited by Kamala Bhasin and Bina Agarwal, Kali For Women, Delhi, 1984.

35.  "Women and Work" Current information series no 1, (General Editors: Dr Neera Desai & Maithreyi Krishna Raj), Research Unit on Women's Studies, SNDT Women's University, Bombay, 1982.

 

1.      Coauthored with Radhika Khajuria (2016) Political Feminism in India: An Analysis of Actors, Debates and Strategies, Delhi: Fredrich Ebert Stiftung

2.      Co-authored with Hiren Gandhi (2014) Mudivad and Adhunikta (Gujarati), Darshan Publications, Ahmedabad.

3.      Vibhuti Patel: Economics of Gender and Development, Department of Distance Education, SNDT Women’s University, Mumbai-400020, 2006. Pages:122 (A4 size)

4.      Vibhuti Patel and Lakshmi Menon: Grinding Realities, WABA, Malaysia and SNDT women’s University, Mumbai, 2006.Pages: xvi + 124

5.      Vibhuti Patel and Sara Ahmed: Challenging Patriarchy- Empowering Women, Olakh, Vadodara, 2005. Pages:74 (A 4 size)

6.      Damayanti Bhattacharya and Vibhuti Patel, Invisible Hands, Women Networking, Mumbai, 2003. Pages: 119

7.      Vibhuti Patel (2002) Women’s Challenges of the New Millennium, Gyan Publishing House, New Delhi, 2002.Pages: xvi + 270, ISBN: 81-212-0806-8.

8.      Amarja Nerulkar and Vibhuti Patel: Women’s Studies for M.A. Economics, Mumbai: Centre for Distance Education, SNDT women’s University, 2001. Pages: 220

9.      Veena Poonacha, Vibhuti Patel, Ravindra R.P., Chayanika Shah, Swatija Paranjape, Lata P.M., Nandita Shah, Nandita Gandhi: Textbook for Foundation Course for senior college students, published by the department of Distance Education, SNDT Women's University, Mumbai. First print in 1992. Reprinted every year in the subsequent period up to 2006. Pages:162 pages

10.  Neera Desai and Vibhuti Patel: Indian Women Change and Challenge, in the International Decade, 1975‑85. Bombay: Popular Prakashan, 1985 (Three editions published: 1985, 1990 and 2002. Pages: viii + 96,

11.  Vibhuti Patel and Amarja Nerulkar: Textbook for MA I and MA II Economics, SNDT Women's University, Mumbai. First print in 1995.

Books Edited and Co-edited

1.      Vibhuti Patel and Sonal Shukla (2015) Relevance of Gandhian Philosophy in 21sr Century, Gandhi Shikshan Bhavan and Khadi & Village Industries Commission, Mumbai, ISSN: 0048-6434.

2.      Guest Editor for Indian Council for Basic Education (2014) Opportunities and Challenges for Women Entrepreneurs, Rishabh Publishing House, Mumbai, ISBN: 978-933-83072-43-9.

3.      Co-editor with Ratnapabha Rajmane Equitable Society with Equal Opportunities, Himalaya Publishing House, Mumbai, 2014, ISBN: 978-93-5142-646-2.

4.      Guest Editor for Indian Council for Basic Education (2014) Aman Setu: Building Bridges across the Hearts, Rishabh Publishing House, Mumbai, ISBN: 978-93-83072-36-1.

5.      Co-edited with Amita Sahaya and Sunita Kaishta (2010) Gender and Development, The Women Press, Delhi, With Kiran Prasad, Series Editor: Empowering Women Worldwide: 12 The Women Press, Delhi. Pages: 298, ISBN: 978-81-89110-31-4.

6.      Vibhuti Patel (Ed.): “Girls” and “Girlhoods” at the Threshold of Youth and Gender- Vacha Initiative, With Kiran Prasad, Series Editor: Empowering Women Worldwide: 7The Women Press, Delhi, 2009. Pages: xxv + 480, ISBN: 13: 9788189110277

7.      Vibhuti Patel (Ed.) (2009) Discourse on Women & Empowerment, With Kiran Prasad, Series Editors: Empowering Women Worldwide: 4 The Women Press, Delhi, Pages: XIV + 248, ISBN: 9788189110215.

8.      Vibhuti Patel and Manisha Karne (Ed.) (2006) Macro Economic Policies and the Millennium Development Goals, Gyan Publications, New Delhi. Pages: 342, ISBN: 81-212-0925-0.

9.      Vibhuti Patel (Ed.) (1985) Reaching for Half the Sky- A Reader, Baroda: Antar Rashtriya Prakashan, Baroda.

 

CHAPTER IN BOOKS

 

1.      “Gender budgeting and Development” in  edited book by Awadhesh Kumar Singh and Atul Pratap Singh (2017) Engendering Development and Gender Bugeting in India, Delhi: Madhav Books ( A Unitof Serials Publications (P) Ltd. , pp. 365-390.

2.      “A Lesson on Gender Sensistization” Creative Curriculum for Nurturing Young Children, edited by Judy Andrews (2017) Mumbai: Mumbai Autonomous Board for Early Childhood Education (MABECE), ISBN: 978-81-933440-0-2, pp. 81-88.

3.      “Globalisation and Women: Issues and Concerns (2017) ”in Conference volume with the same tilte,  Varanasi: Banaras Hindu University, Department of sociology, pp. 1-10.

4.      “Gandhiji and Empowerment of Women” in Co-edited book by Vibhuti Patel, Sonal Shukla and Ratnaprabha Rajmane (2015) Relevance of Gandhian Philosophy in 21sr Century, Gandhi Shikshan Bhavan and Khadi & Village Industries Commission, Mumbai, ISSN: 0048-6434.

5.      “Empowerment of Women: Journey So far, Path Ahead” in volume edited by Sheetal Tamakuwala with the same title, Surat: Veer Narmad South Gujarat University, 2015 pp. 1-12.

6.      “Gandhiji and Empowerment of Women” in edited volume titled Inclusive Democracy and Development, Mumbai: Institute of Indian Culture, 2015, pp. 145-166.

7.      “Streeo Mate Jateeya Satamanithi Mukta Karyakshetra” in Harish, Ranjana and Bharati Harishankar (Ed.s) Narivad: Punarvichar, Ahmedabad: Gurjar Prakashan, 2015, pp. 46-70, ISBN: 978-93-5175-149-6.

8.      “Opportunites and Challenges for Women Entrepreneurs” in Guest Editor for Indian Council for Basic Education (2014) Opportunities and Challenges for Women Entrepreneurs, Rishabh Publishing House, Mumbai, ISBN: 978-933-83072-43-9. 

9.      “Women’s Right to Mental Health” in Nurturing the Whole Being for the 21st Century-Exploring Bharateeya Psychology edited by Dr. Ratnaprabha Rajmane, Dr. Judy Grace Andrews, Dr. Sunayana Kadle (2015), Mumbai: Bharatiya Shiksha Mandal, ISBN: 978-81-924111-5-6. Pp. 167-173.

10.  “Getting Foothold in Politics: Women in Political Decision Making Process” in Sukanta Sarkar and P.K. Pandey (Ed.s) Women politics in South Asia, Delhi: Mangalam Publications, 2015. Pp. 24-44. [ISBN: 9789382983217].

11.  “Women Empowerment” in Astha- A Ray of Hope, Book 2, Mumbai: Akhil Hind Mahila Parishad, 2015, pp. 89-98.

12.  “Women’s Issues”, National Seminar on “Women’s Issues” by Economics Department, R. K. Talreja College, Mumbai, Book Editor: N. Padmanabha, Universal Publishing House, Thane, 2015, ISBN: 978-93-83342-13-6.  

13.  “Globalisation, Women and Development”, Edited by Leena Pujari (2014) Rethinking Development: Emerging Issues and Contemporary Debates, Mumbai: K.C. College, pp. 8-78, ISBN: 978-93-83842-47-6

14.  “Gender budgeting of Public Finances for Inclusive Growth” in Pradhan, B.B., Madhu Madan and Nilendra Lohande (ed.s) Inclusive Growth and Socioeconomic Development, Mumbai: New Man Publications, 2014, pp. 31-48. ISBN: 978-93-83871-25-4

15.  “Political Economy of Gender and Climate Change” in Sukanta Sarkar (Ed.) A Textbook of Environmental Studies, Delhi: Mangalam Publications, 2014, pp. 148-161, ISBN: 978-93-82816-14-0

16.  “Campaign against Sexual Violence by Women’s Movement in India” by Sukanta Sarkar (Ed.) Crimes against Women, Delhi: Mangalam Publications, 2014, pp. 304-321, ISBN: 978-93-82983-24-8.

17.  “Opportunities and Challenges for Women Entrepreneurship in India” in the Conference volume with the same title, Rishabh Publishing House, 2014, pp. 1-5. ISBN: 978-933-83072-43-9.

18.  “Socio Economic Profile of Muslims in Maharashtra” in Zeenat Shaukat Ali Taking India Forward: The Road Ahead, Democracy, Secularism and Social Cohesion (2014), Wisdom Foundation, Mumbai, ISBN: 978-81-910678-3-5, pp. 71-81.

19.  "Female Foeticide and Sex Selection" in Roli Misra (Ed.) Rethinking Gender, Delhi: Rawat Publications, 2014. ISBN: 978-316-0610-0 pp. 51-68.

20.  “Gender Perspective on Education and Peace” in (2014) Aman Setu, Rishabh Publishing House, Mumbai.

21.  “Equalisation of Educational Opportunities for Women in Higher Education” in book (2014) Equitable Society for Equal Opportunities, Himalaya Publishing House, Mumbai.

22.  “Sex Selection and Missing girls in India” edited by Wanda Teays, John-Stewart Gordon and Alison Dundes Renteln (2014) Global Bioethics and Human Rights, USA: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

23.  “Declining Sex Ratio in India” in Editor: Anju Ojha (2014) Population Dynamics, Germany: Lambert Academic Publishing. ISBN: 978-3-659-46926-8.

24.  “Uchcha Shikshan Kshetre Adhyapikaono Dasha and Disha”, in Editor: Sandhya Bhatt (2014) Uchcha Shikshan Kchetre Adhyapikao ni Dasha and Disha, Surat: South Gujarat College and University Teachers’ Association, pp.59-60.

25.  “Gender Budgeting and Women Empowerment” in A.S. Rao and Arti Nanavati (2013) Economic Development Issues-India, Centre for Research in Planning and Development, Department of Economics, Faculty of Arts, The M.S. University of Baroda, Vadodara. Pp. 40-57.

26.  “Women Workers in Informal Sector” in Ravi Prakash Yadav (2013) Women Workers in Informal Sector, Jaipur: Avishkar Publications, pp. 3-20. 

27.  “Women’s Struggles and Movements for Right to Land and Housing” in a volume edited by N.P. Chaubey, Debabrata Panda and Girijesh Pant (2013) People’s Struggles and movements for Equitable Society, Delhi: Daanish Books, ISBN-978-81-89654-74-0. Pp. 273-281.

28.  “Gender Based Violence and Budgets in India: A Critical Approach” in a book edited by Keerty Nakray (2013) Gender-based Violence and Public Health: International Perspectives on Budgets and Policies, London: Routlege, ISBN 9780415-253420

29.  “Women’s Struggles and Women’s Movement in India” in Shahida Murtaza (Ed.) (2012) Understanding Women’s Issues: A Feminist Standpoint, pp. 1-21Germany: Lambert Academic Publishing. ISBN: 3659227722, 9783659227721, pp. 1-21.

30.  “Introduction” in Rights of Adolescent Girls in India: A critical Look at Laws and Policies, By Adv. Saumya Uma (2012) Vacha Publications, Mumbai, 2012), a book authored by Adv. Saumya Uma, Price: Rs. 300/-, pages-xvii +374. 

31.  “Women Workers in Informal Sector” in Ravi Prakash Yadav and Kumar Chandradeep (Ed.)Women Workers in India, New Century Publications, Delhi, 2012, PP. 1-20. ISBN: 978-81-7708-295-1.

32.  "Gender Audit of Existing Schemes Devoted towards Enhancing Participation Rate of Women in higher Education in Maharashtra and Gujarat is published in the Book (Pulla Rao (2012) Stage Wise Progress of Education, Serials Publications, Delhi, ISBN : 978-93-80615-10-3

33.  “Economics of Education: Crucial Concerns” published in Medha Gupte Ed.) (2012)  Symbiosis between Academia & Corporate World-A Step Forward, Mumbai: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Mumbai, pp. 22-36ISBN: 978-93-81394-40-3.

34.  “Gender Gap and the Millennium Development Goals” and “Sex Selection and Missing Girls in India” published in Gender Inequality and Women’s Empowerment by D. Pulla Rao, Serials Publications, Delhi, 2012, ISBN: 9788189630621

35.  “The Indian Women’s Movement and Crimes Concerning ‘Honour’: A Review Paper” in Book edited by Manisha Gupte, Ramesh Awasthi and Shraddha Chickerur (2012) ‘Honour and Women’s Rights: South Asian Perspectives, Canada: IDRC, CRDI & MASUM, ISBN: 978-93-81352-02-1, pp. 471-506.

36.  “Gender Budgeting and Women Empowerment” in Book edited by Swarnalata Warke (2012) Gender Budgeting: An Instrument for Women’s Empowerment and Economic Security, Dhanwate National College, Nagpur, pages: 1-14, ISBN:13-978-81-921416-8-8. 

37.  “Gender Perspective on Education and Peace" is included in Book edited by Ravindra Kumar Education, Peace and Development, Kalpaz Publications, Delhi, 2012, pages: 159-187. ISBN: 978-81-7835-932-8.

38.  “Empowerment of Women in the New Millennium”, in volume on ‘Women Empowerment’, Amravati: Ramkrishna Mahavidyalaya, 2011, pp. 1-4, ISBN 987-81-9224-14-0-1.

39.  “Gender Audit of Budgets in India (2001-02 to 2009-10)” in U. Kalpagam (Editor) (2011) Women in India: Contemporary Concerns, Delhi: Gyan Publishing House, pp. 79-108. ISBN: 978-81-212-1040-6

40.  “Education and Health of Girl Child in Urban India” in Ravi Pratap Yadav, Ragini Deep and Rakhi Roy (Ed.s) (2011) Child Labour in India, Jaipur: Pointer Publications,  pp. 151-166, ISBN: 978-81-7132-653-2.

41.  “In Step with the Movement”, in Ritu Menon (2011)  Making a Difference-Memoirs from the Women’s Movement in India, Delhi, Women Unlimited, Pp. 229-245, ISBN: 81-88965-67-7.

42.  “Political Economy of Violence Against Women”, RCWS, PGSR and Population First: Background Essays for Facilitation Skills for Addressing Gender Issues, Mumbai: Population First, 2011, pp. 1-14.

43.  “Empowering Women”, IGNOU: Gandhi in the 21st Century, Gandhi Smriti and Darshan Samiti, Indira Gandhi National Open University, Delhi, 2011, pp. 120-130.

44.  “Satyagraha as a Peaceful Method of Conflict Resolution” in Ravindra Kumar (Ed.) Resolving Conflicts The Gandhian Way, World Peace Movement Trust, Meerut, India, 2011.

45.  “Women and Development” and “Sex Selection and Pre-Birth Elimination of Girl Child”   in Gender and Development: towards a More Sensitive Measurement Index for U.P., Lucknow: Institute for Women’s Studies, University of Lucknow, 2010. 

46.  “Getting Foothold in Politics” Krishna Chandra Pradhan (ed.) Women and Social Change, Abhijeet Publications, Delhi, 2010. 

47.  “Gender Audits of Budgets with Respect to Women’s Health in India” in Amita Sahaya & Sunita Kaistha (ed.)Women Work and Health: Current Concerns, Series Editor: Empowering Women worldwide: 9, The Women Press, B. R. Publications, Delhi, 2010, pages:90-114, ISBN: 13: 9788189110284.

48.  “Growing violence against women: issues and strategies”, in Gender and Human Rights : Narratives on Macro-Micro Realities, Edited by Bishnu C. Barik, Pushpesh Kumar and Usha S. Sarode, Rawat Pub, 2010, xii, 218 p, ISBN : 8131603709

49.  “Women and Development” and “Sex Selection and Pre-Birth Elimination of Girl Child” in Gender and Development: towards a More Sensitive Measurement Index for U.P., Lucknow: Institute for Women’s Studies, University of Lucknow, 2010. 

50.  “Getting Foothold in Politics” Krishna Chandra Pradhan (ed.) Women and Social Change, Abhijeet Publications, Delhi, 2010. 

51.  “Education and Health of Girl Child”, in Kiran Prasad and Vibhuti Patel, Series Editor: Empowering Women worldwide: 7 Vibhuti Patel (Ed.) Girls and Girlhoods at the Threshold of Youth and Gender-Vacha Initiative, The Women Press, B. R. Publications, Delhi, 2010, pages:99-113

52.  “Getting Foothold in Politics…Women in Political Decision Making Process, in Krishna Chandra Pradhan (Ed.)Delhi-Abhijeet Publications, 2010, Pages: 1-24

53.  “Social Exclusion: Women” in How Inclusive is the Eleventh Five Year Plan? People’s Mid Term Appraisal, Centre for Budget and Governance Accountability, Delhi, 2010, pages:135-141

54.  “Sex Selection and Pre-birth Elimination of Girl Child”, Gender and Development: Towards a More Sensitive Measurement Index for U.P., Lucknow: Institute for Women’s Studies, University of Lucknow.

55.  “Violence Against Women: Trends, Issues and Action Strategies”, in T. P. Shankarkutty Nair (Ed.) India: Yesterday and Today-A Festschrift for Padmabhooshan Prof. AlappatSreedhara Menon, Grace Printers, Thiruvananthapuram, 2009, pages:295-322

56.  Chapter on “Gender” Mumbai Human Development Report for UNDP, Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai and All India Institute of Local self Government, Oxford University Press, Delhi, 2009, pages:133-154

57.  “Globalisation, Women and Work” in Ravi Prakash Yadav, Ragini Deep, Puja Roy (Ed.) Globalisation and the Indian Economy, New Century Publications, New Delhi, 2009, pages:267-288

58.  “Women’s Right to Land and Housing” in Vibhuti Patel (Ed.) Discourse on Women & Empowerment, The Women Press, B. R. Publications, Delhi, 2009, pages: 139-154

59.  “Women’s Leadership in Microfinance: Issues and Challenges” in Vibhuti Patel (Ed.) Discourse on Women & Empowerment, The Women Press, B. R. Publications, Delhi, 2009, pages:191-226

60.  “Communalism, Imperialism and Economic Profile of Women” in Vatsala Shukla (Ed.) Communalism in India, Delhi: Hope India, 2008, pages:110-129, ISBN: 81-7871-156-7

61.  “Cities, Gender Budgeting and Civic Governance” and “Gender Budgeting in India” in Swapna Gopalan (Ed.) (2008) Gender Budgeting in India-Towards Achieving Gender Equity, Icfai University Press, Hyderabad, pages:54-82.

62.  “Gender Audits of Budgets with respect to Women’s Health in India”, Amita Sahaya (Ed.), (2008) Selected Readings, IV International Congress, 2005 published by Women, Work and Health, New Delhi, pages:75-94

63.  “Human Rights Education”, Lily Balasingh, Briget Mary, Jesudason Jeyraj (Ed.) (2008) Human Rights and Higher Education, Lady Dock College, Madurai, Tamilnadu, pages:1- 9, ISBN: 81-900971-6-4.   

64.  “Gender Audit as an Input to Engender Governance”, in Smita Mishra Panda (Ed.)Engendering Governance Institutions-State, Market and Civil Society, Sage Publications, Delhi, 2008,pages: 295-323

65.  “Sexual Harassment Free Workplace for Women” in Discrimination at Workplace: A Critical Study”, Hyderabad: Amicus Books, Icfai University, 2008, pages:186-210

66.  “Women and Development Debate” in Women and Development, Regional Centre for Urban Environmental Studies of All India Institute of Local self Government, Mumbai, 2008, pages:1-22

67.  “Political Economy of Missing Girls in India” in 45 Million Daughters Missing, Ekatra, Delhi, 2008, pages:88-89

68.  “Discourse on Sexual Harassment Free Workplace for Women” in Ranjana Harish, V. Bharathi Harishankar (Ed.) (2007) Redefining Feminism, Rawat Publications, Jaipur and Delhi, pages: 44-70.

69.  “Gender Budget in India” in Gender and Budget by Equity Foundation-A Forum for Women and Child, Patna, 2007, pages:1-22

70.  “Gender Audits of Budgets with Respect to Women’s Health in India” in Gender Budgeting by YASHADA & AIILSG, National Resource Centre on Urban Poverty, GOI & UNDP, Mumbai, 2007, pages:26-42

71.  “Women’s Studies in India-Gender Analysis Framework” in Sukhvinder Kaur Multani (Ed.) Empowerment of Women, ICFAI University Press, Hyderabad, 2007, pages:151-166

72.  “Globalisation and Women’s Movement in India” in Empowerment Engendered, Regional Centre for Urban Environmental Studies, All India Institute of Local self Government, Mumbai, 2007, pages:108-119

73.  “Sexual Harassment at Work Place” in Rehana Ghadially (Ed.) Urban Women In Contemporary India-a Reader, Sage Publications, Delhi, 2007, pages:109-117

74.  “Sexual Harassment Free workplace for Women” in B.C. Prabhakar (Ed.) Gender Sensitivity at Workplace, Karnataka Employers’ Association (KEA), Bangalore and International Labour Organisation (ILO), Geneva, 2006, pages:163-189

75.  “Confronting Contradictions” in Neera Desai Feminism as Experience: Thoughts and Narratives, SPARROW, Mumbai, 2006, pages:323-334

76.  “Political Economy of Missing Girls in India” in Tulsi Patel (Ed.)Sex Selective Abortions in India, Sage Publications, Delhi, 2006, pages:286-315

77.  “Gender Audit of Budgets” in Women Struggle for Existence, Equity Asia, Patna, Bihar, 2006, pages:1-24

78.  “Gender and Development Debate in India” in Falendra K. Sudan (Ed.) India’s Economic Development, Serial Publications, Delhi, 2006, pages:

79.  “Globalisation and the Developing World” in R.K. Singh (Ed) Indian Banking and Financial Sector Reforms-Realising Global Aspirations, Abhijeet Publications, Delhi, 2006, pages:499-528

80.  “Globalisation and Women’s Movement: 1995-2005” in NGO Country Report: Beijing +10 From Shadow to Self  by India Women’s Watch, Delhi, 2005, pages:32-54

81.  “Civil Society Perspective in Monitoring PNDT Act, 1994 as amended in 2003”, CEHAT, Mumbai, 2005, pages:23-44

82.  “Urban Poverty and the Issues of Migrant Women in the Context of Globalisation: Challenges, Responses and strategies for Social Movements”, in K.R. Gupta (Ed.) Liberalisation and Globalisation of Indian Economy, Atlantic Publication and Distributors, Delhi, 2005, pages:107-145, ISBN: 978-81-7708-208-1.

83.  “Globalisation and Sex Selective Abortions” in K.R. Gupta (Ed.) Liberalisation and Globalisation of Indian Economy, Atlantic Publication and Distributors, Delhi, 2005, pages:146-184, ISBN: 81-269-0494-1

84.  “Gender Audit of Budgets-a Case Study of India” in K.R. Gupta (Ed.) Studies in Indian Economy, Atlantic Publisher and Distributors, Delhi, 2005, pages:100-138, ISBN: 81-269-0486-0.

85.  “Social Construction of Paid and Unpaid work of Gujarati women in the Bombay Presidency, 1881-1931” in K.K. Shah(ed.) History and Gender Some Explorations, Rawat Publications, Jaipur, 2005, pages:119-154

86.  “Fundamentalism, Communalism and Gender Justice” in Ram Puniani (Ed.) Religion, Power and Violence, Sage Publications, Delhi, 2005, pages: 191-207

87.  Contributed chapter on “Women in the Economy” for India Country Report: Platform for action, 10 Years After, Department of Women and Child development, Ministry of Human Resource development, Government of India, Delhi, 2005, pages:32-54

88.  “India’s Economic Reforms and Women” in Susheela Subramanya, Meera Chakravorty, N.S. Visvanath (Ed.) (2005) Women in Nation building- Perspectives, Issues and Implications, A Southern Economist Publication, Banglore, pages:91-123

89.  “Civil Society Perspective on PNDT Act, 1994 as amended in 2003” in Towards a National Campaign Against Sex Selection, CEHAT, Mumbai, 2005, pages:

90.  “Mass Media and Empowerment of Women in Maharashtra”, in Kiran Prasad (Ed.) Communication and Empowerment of women: Strategies and Policy Insights from IndiaVol. 1, Delhi-The Women Press, 2004. Pages: 258-283

91.  “Gender Budget: Media Concerns and Policy for India” in Kiran Prasad (Ed.) Communication and Empowerment of women: Strategies and Policy Insights from India Vol. 1, Delhi-The Women Press, 2004. Pages: 104-152

92.  “Economic Reforms and Women” in a book Invisible Hands, Women Networking, Documentation Research Training Centre, Mumbai, May, 2004, pages:6-37

93.  “Women and Economic Development” in Bhachandra Mungekar (Ed.) (2003) The Economy of Maharashtra-Changing Structure and Emerging Issues, Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Social and Economic Change, Mumbai, pages:429-441

94.  “Sex Determination and Sex Pre-selection Tests in India: Recent Techniques in Femicide”, Mumbai: CEHAT, 2003, pages: 145-152

95.  “Human Rights Education for Prevention of Violence”, Mumbai: Documentation, Research and Training Centre and International Human Rights Education Consortium, October, 2003, pages:

96.  “Gender Budget Initiatives in India” in Gender Budget Initiatives, School of Women’s Studies, Utkal University, Bhubaneshwar, 2003, pages:

97.  “Need for Analysis of Household in Different Modes of Production” and “Review of Earlier Work on Conceptual Biases in Data on Women’s Work “in Maithreyi Krishnaraj and Joy Deshmukh (Ed.) Gender in Economics, Ajanta Publications, Mumbai, 2001, pages:

98.  “Review of Earlier Work on Conceptual Biases in Data on Women’s Work” in Maithreyi Krishnaraj and Joy Deshmukh (Ed.) Gender in Economics, Ajanta Publications, Mumbai, 2001,

99.  Write-up on Sex-Determination Tests and Sex-preselection Tests, Communalism and Violence published in International ENCYCLOPAEDIA for women, Routledge, USA, 2000.

100.          "Campaigns Against Gender Violence" in Shirin Kudchetkar, Sabina Al Isa (Ed.) Violence Against Women and Women Against Violence, Pencraft International, Delhi, 1998, pages: 198-207.

101.          "Women's Movement in India and an Anti Rape Campaign" in J.P. Singh (ed.), Indian Women -Myth and Reality, Gyan Publishing House, New Delhi, 1996.

102.          "Madhustree Dutta Case" in Meera Kosambi (Ed.)Women's Oppression in the Public Gaze: An Analysis of Newspaper Coverage-State Action and Activist Response, Research Centre for Women's Studies, SNDT Women's University, Bombay, 1994, pages

103."Nuns Murder Case" in Meera Kosambi (Ed.) Women's Oppression in the Public Gaze: An Analysis of Newspaper Coverage-State Action and Activist Response, Research Centre for Women's Studies, SNDT Women's University, Bombay, 1994, pages: 159-175

104 ."Ideological Debates among Autonomous Women's Groups in India" in Susheela Kaushik (Ed.) Women's Participation in Politics, Vikas Publications, Delhi, 1993.New Economic Policy and Women and Gender Violence- chapters in a training manual for the Decision-Makers, Prepared by Sakti, Banglore, 1993."Girl Child-An Endangered Species?" in Viney Kripal (Ed.)The Girl Child in 20thCentury Indian Literature, Sterling Publishers, Delhi, 1992. “Emergence and Proliferation of Autonomous Women’s Movement in India” in Rehana Ghadially (Ed.) Women and Society in India, Sage Publications, Delhi, 1988. “Our Campaign against Sex Selection” in Rehana Ghadially (Ed.) Women and Society in India, Sage Publications, Delhi, 1988. “Autonomous Women’s Groups in India” in Neera Desai (Ed.) Women’s Movement in India, Himalaya Publications, Mumbai, 1988.

1.      “Feminism, Multiculturalism and Virtual Communites” in Rajeshri Trivedi ad Jayashree Palit (Ed.s) Reimagining the Text: English Studies and Digital Humanities, Mumbai: Maniben Nanvati College, pp. 11-`16, ISBN: 978-81-931585-6-2.

2.      “Gender Perspective on Educationand Peace”, Mumbai: Quest in Education, Vol. XXXI, No. 3, July 2017, pp. 11-33. ISSN: 0048-6434.

3.      “Employment, Rights and Security at Work”, Guwahati: Social Change and Development: A Journal of OKD Institute of Social Change and Development, vol. XIII, July 2016, pp. 19-34. ISSN: 097-4016.

4.      “Campaign against Rape by Women’s Movement in India”, DEP, Deportees, Exiles, Refugees.  RIVISTA STUDI SULLA MEMORIA FEMMINILE , Journal of Women’s Memories, University of Venice, Italy, 8-3-2014, pp. 36-47, ISSN 1824 – 4483

Also on    (http://www.unive.it/nqcontent.cfm?a_id=21426)

5.      “The Dynamics of Women’s Studies in India”, Samruddhi Foundation: Monograph Series 1, Mysore, 2013

6.Base Paper for UN HABITAT on Livelihood, Employment and Skills for Young Women in Urban India, 2013.

7.Base Document on Gender for MMRDA, All India Institute of Local Self Government, Mumbai, 2013.

8.Socio Economic Profile of Muslims in Maharashtra, Maharashtra State Minority Commission, Government of Maharashtra, Mumbai, 2013.

9. "Fiscal Federalism and Equitable Development in India", commissioned by Centre for Culture and Development, Vadodara, 2012.

10.  “Gender Audit of Schemes for Empowerment of Women in Higher Education” commissioned by University Grants Commission, Delhi, 2011.

11.  “Base Paper on Gender for Mumbai Metropolitan Regional Development Authority (MMRDA), Mumbai, 2011.

12.  “Base paper on Gender” for Human Development Report, Maharashtra, 2012 for Government of Maharashtra, 2011.

13.  “Women’s Leadership in Micro Finance”, Ahmadabad: Indian School of Micro Finance, 2010.

14.  “Education and Health of Girls in India”, Mumbai: Vacha, 2009.

15.   “Women’s Rights to Land and Housing”, Pune: Indo-Global Social Service Society (IGSSS), 2008.

16.  “Economics of Education”, 7th Survey of Education Report, Delhi: NCERT, 2008.

17.  “Background Paper on Gender for Mumbai Human Development Report”, Delhi: UNDP, 2007.

18.  “Women in Informal Sector”, Ahmadabad: Gandhi Labour Institute, 2006.

19.  “Globalisation and Women”, Mumbai: Justice and Peace Commission, 2005.

20.  “Declining Sex Ratio and Pre birth Elimination of girls in India”, Delhi: UNFPA, 2004.

21.  “Women in the Economy of Maharashtra”, Department of Economics, University of Mumbai, 2003.

22.  “Gender Audit of Budgets”, Department of Economics, University of Mumbai, 2002.

23.  "Evaluation of Childcare Facilities in Maharashtra”, Project sponsored by UNICEF, Research Centre for Women's Studies, SNDT Women's University, Bombay, 1989.Article based on the research published in Research Centre for Women's Studies Newsletter, Vol.13, No.1, 1992.

24.  "Violence against Women", Approach of the state machinery Vs Women's organisations providing support to women victims of violence. Sponsored by UNESCO, co‑ordinated by Research Centre for Women's Studies, SNDT Women's University, Bombay, 1991.

25.  "Girl Child and the Family", Research project sponsored by UGC, co-ordinated research work and action programme for Thane District, Research Centre for Women's Studies, SNDT Women's University, Bombay, 1991.

26.  "Getting foothold in Politics", Readings on Women's Studies series no.5, Research Centre for Women's Studies, SNDT Women's University, Bombay, 1990.Article based on the research work published in Janata, Vol.45, Nos. 36-40, January 6, 1991.

27.  (With Neera Desai) "Critical Review of Women's Studies in India, 1975‑1988", Indian Council of Social Science Research, Delhi, 1988. (Mimeo)

28.  "Role of Media in Implementation of the Nairobi Forward Looking Strategies (NFLS)-A Feedback from India" prepared for Asian Women's Research and Action Network(AWRAN), 1986

29.  "Women, law and Development: Overview, Action and Strategies in India", Monographs prepared for Asia and Pacific Centre for Women's Development, Malaysia, 1986 (Sections contributed: "Women, Migration and tourism", "Women, education and liberation", "Women's studies in India" and "Women and Health").

30.  "Alternate Media by Women in Maharashtra and Gujarat", A Research monograph prepared for the Pacific and Asian Women's Forum (PAWF), New Delhi, 1986.

31.  "Emergence and Proliferation of Autonomous Women's Organisations in India", Working Paper no 14, Research Centre for Women's Studies, SNDT Women's University, Bombay, 1986. Pp 72 (Mimeo).

32.  "Indian Women on Warpath" Research monograph for Lokayan, New Delhi, December 1982. Published in "Reaching for Half the Sky, A Reader in Women's Movement" Antar Rashtriya Prakashan, Baroda, 1985. pp 1‑48.

33.  "Needs and Rights ‑ An Inquiry in to the Women's Movements Approach to Human Rights", A research monograph for United Nation's University, (Through SETU), Ahmedabad, 1984, pages 60.

34.  "Rural women's Organisation and linkages”, Monograph for International Labour Organisation, Oct. 1984.

35.  "Songs of Solidarity", Monograph for Pacific and Asian Women's Forum, abridged version published in Women and Media- Analysis, Alternatives and Action edited by Kamala Bhasin and Bina Agarwal, Kali For Women, Delhi, 1984.

36.  "Women and Work" Current information series no 1, (General Editors: Dr Neera Desai & Maithreyi Krishna Raj), Research Unit on Women's Studies, SNDT Women's University, Bombay, 1982.

-          July 2017 onwards: teaching women's studies for MA and M.Phil. in women's studies, CBCS Foundation Course, Doing Gender

·         October 2004- June 2017, teaching Economics of Gender and Development, Industrial Economics and Development Economics for M.A. Part I & II students of Department of Economics, SNDT Women’s University, Mumbai.

·         September 2002-4 onwards, teaching labour economics, development economics and infrastructural economics for M.A. part II students of Department of Economics, University of Mumbai, Kalina, Santacruz (E), Mumbai-400098.

·         1988- 2005: taught women’s studies at PG Department of Teaching and Research in Economics, SNDT Women's University, Mumbai.

·         1988- 1993, for 5 years, taught MA- I and MA- II in Labour Economics and M.Phil. Women’s Studies in Economics. For 10 years, gave contact lectures for women’s studies in Post Graduate Department of Economics.

·         1993 -1998 taught women’s studies and worked as an external examiner and conducted viva-voce for P.G. Department of Home Science for SNDT Women’s University.

·         1988-2010 Worked as a resource person for women’s studies for teachers’ training programmes, refreshers’ courses, curriculum development workshops for the PG Departments of Economics, Sociology, Social Work, Home Science and English Literature.

 

Visiting faculty:

·         University of Mumbai, 1994-2008 for Diploma in Human Rights

·         International Institute of Population Studies, Mumbai, 2004-2015 onwards

·         S.P. Jain Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai, 2003-2017

·         Narsee Monji Institute of Management Studies, Deemed University, Mumbai, 2005-2010

·         Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, 2002-2006

·         Research Centre for Women’s Studies, SNDT women’s University, Mumbai, 2008-2016

·         Master of Social Work, SNDT Women’s University, Mumbai, 2004-2010

·         Commonwealth Youth Programme, Times Foundation for Youth Development and research, SNDT Women’s University, Mumbai, 2005-2010

 

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Dr. Vibhuti Patel (Ph. D. Economics)   
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