Priyanshu’s research focus lies at the intersection of sustainability, public policy, and the theory of property rights and institutions. His doctoral thesis critiqued the anticommons concept and the tragedy of the anticommons thesis in the context of forest governance in India. His research has featured in reputed journals like the World Trade Review, Economic and Political Weekly, Sociological Bulletin, Decision, and Journal of South Asian Development.
Current Research Interests :
- His current research interests include forest governance, environment & development, politics of welfare policies, social movements, impact investing and social entrepreneurship.
Referred Journals :
- Gupta, P. (2021, forthcoming). Harnessing constitutional and policy spaces for organized resistance: Hasdeo Aranya forests. In R. Varman & D. Vijay (Eds.), Organizing Resistance and Imagining Alternatives in India. Cambridge University Press
- Gupta, P., & Babu, R. R. (2019). International Posturing amidst Domestic Neglect: India’s Agricultural Policy Examined. World Trade Review (a Journal of the WTO), 18(3), 399–429
- Gupta, P., & Nair, V. G. (2019). From ‘research in management’ to ‘management of research’: Changing nature of doctoral programme at Indian management schools. Decision, 46(2), 169–175.
- Gupta, P., & Goyal, A. (2018). Coal Auctions: A Facade of Good Governance? Economic & Political Weekly, 53(28), 14–18
- Gupta, P., & Roy-Chowdhury, A. (2017). Harnessing Gram Sabhas to Challenge State Profligacy in Chhattisgarh. Economic & Political Weekly, 52(48), 58–63.
- Gupta, P., & Thakur, M. (2017). The Changing Rural-agrarian Dominance: A Conceptual Excursus. Sociological Bulletin, 66(1), 42–57
- Gupta, P. (2019). “Review of Shaping Policy in India: Alliance, Advocacy, Activism”. Journal of South Asian Development, 14 (1): 115-120. (Book Review)
- Gupta, P. (2016). “India Rural Development Report 2013-14”. Decision, 43 (1):105–11. (Book Review)
Conference Proceedings :
- Gupta, P., & Bhattacharya, R. (2019). “Inter-ministerial Conflict in Forest Governance in India: Rethinking Anticommons”. 48th Annual Conference on South Asia, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
- Gupta, P., & Bhattacharya, R. (2019). “Property as Problem: Rethinking Anticommons”. 36th Annual Conference of the European Association of Law & Economics (EALE 2019), Tel Aviv University, Israel
- Gupta, P., & Bhattacharya, R. (2021). “Anticommons-in-Action: Property and resource conflict in the coal heartland of central India”. DSA 2021, Development Studies Association, UEA, UK
- Gupta, P., & Bhattacharya, R. (2021). “Policies and Processes of Resource Governance: Anticommons property and institutionalized conflict in India’s forests”. 5th International Conference on Public Policy, International Public Policy Association, Barcelona
- Gupta, P., Goyal A. & Bhattacharya, R. (2019). “Politics of Credit Attribution: An empirical analysis of voting outcomes of welfare policies in a multi-level federal regime”. 4th International Conference on Public Policy, International Public Policy Association, Montreal
- Krishnan, A., & Gupta, P. (2017). “Emergent Regulatory Imperatives for Two-Sided Markets: A study of radio-taxi/cab-sharing networks in developing economies”. 6th Asian Management Research and Case Conference: Emerging Business Trends in Asia, Dhaka University, Bangladesh
Research and Case Conference:
Emerging Business Trends in Asia, Dhaka University, Bangladesh