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Mr. Santadas Ghosh

Associate Professor in Economics
Department of Economics & Politics, Visva-Bharati Santiniketan

Address :

West Bengal, India

SANDEE Publications :

  1. Dynamics of Households: Adaptation and Resilience: Sundarban after Cyclone Aila (Ongoing Reserach Project)
  2. Guha, I. and S.Ghosh (2007), 'Does Tourism Contribute to Local Livelihood? A Case Study of Tourism,Poverty and Conservation in the Indian Sundarbans', SANDEE Working Paper No.26-07
  3. Guha, I. and S.Ghosh (2009),'A Glimpse of the Tiger:How much are Indians Willing to pay for it?',SANDEE Working Paper No.39-09
  4. Guha, I. and S. Ghosh (2009), 'Valuing the Land of Tigers ? What Indian Visitors are Willing to Pay', SANDEE Policy Brief No. 35-09


Other Publications :

  1. Ghosh, S. (2015), 'Coping with Natural Disaster in the Sunderban Delta of India', in A Sinha, A Bauer & P. Bullen (Ed) The Environments of the Poor in South Asia: Simultaneously Reducing Poverty, Protecting the Environment, and Adapting to Climate Change, (Chapter #8) Oxford University Press (New Delhi).
  2. Ghosh, S. (2014), 'Resilience of Nature: Damage and Recovery of Sundarban Agriculture after Cyclone Aila', in Artha Beekshan, Vol 23, No.2,
  3. Ghosh, S. (2013), 'Extreme Event, Anthropogenic Stress and Ecological Sustainability in Indian Sundarban', in Vidyasagar University Journal of Economics, Vol. XVII, pp. 132-148
  4. Ghosh, S. (2011), 'Valuing the Land of Tigers: What Indian Visitors Reveal?' (with Dr. Indrila Guha) in Haque A. K. E,, Murty M. N. and Shyamsundar P (ed.) Valuing the Invaluable: The Practice of Environmental Valuation in South Asia, SANDEE (Cambridge University Press)
  5. Ghosh, S. (2009), 'Tourism, local livelihood, and conservation: a case study in Indian Sundarbans', (with Dr. Indrila Guha) in Pushpam Kumar and Roldan Muradian (ed) Payment for Ecosystem Services, Oxford University Press (New Delhi).

Current Research Area/ Interests :

Livelihood-Environment-Development interlinkage
Mangrove Ecosystems
Agriculture in North-eastern Himalayas



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