Mandar  Vijay Kulkarni

Mandar Vijay Kulkarni

Assistant Professor, Economics, GSHS, HYD

Education
Ph. D.
Email ID
mkulkarn@gitam.edu
Education
Ph. D.
About
He joined GITAM (Deemed to be University), Hyderabad campus in August 2020. Prior to this, he worked at Central University of Rajasthan and had been a Postdoctoral Researcher at IIIT-Bangalore (Centre for Information Technology and Public Policy). He holds a doctorate in International Development (Economic Development Policy and Management) from the Graduate School of International Development (GSID), Nagoya University, Japan. He worked with a team of international scholars from Lund University, Sweden as part of his postdoctoral research. His postdoctoral work belongs to the broader disciplines of Economic Geography and Innovation Studies as he examined the new media industry in Bangalore and its counterpart in Beijing. His Ph.D dissertation focused on the economic effects of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) on the Indian industry. He has presented papers in a number of international conferences and published in peer-reviewed journals.

Education

Degree Name Institute & College name Year of Graduation/Award
Doctorate in International Development Graduate School of International Development 2013
MA in International Development Graduate School of International Development 2010
MA in Japanese School of Languges 2006
Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Commerce 2000

Experience

Designation Organization From Date To Date
Visiting Faculty International Institute of Information Technology, Bangalore 14-10-2019 31-12-2019
Assistant Professor Central University of Rajasthan 30-07-2018 26-07-2019
Postdoctoral Researcher International Institute of Information Technology, Bangalore 01-01-2014 30-06-2018

Awards

Award name Award Organization Awarded year
Regional Studies Association Travel Grant Regional Studies Association UK 2016
Ministry of Education Culture Sports Science and Technology Scholarship Ministry of Education Culture Sports Science and Technology Government of Japan 2007