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Bino Paul G D, Ph D,Professor

Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai
Post Box No 8313, Deonar, Mumbai 400 088
Phone 022-25525804

Phone: 91-2225525804
Tele Fax: 91-22-25562912,
Mobile: 9920550358
Email: binopaul@gmail.com/bino@tiss.edu

 Conversation: Labour Market  ,  Skill   , Foundation Course

   


 Education

 


2005-2000 Ph D (Economics), Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bombay, India

Thesis:Institutional Role in Knowledge Activity Guide: Prof Ramanathan 

(Thesis Examiners: Prof Arjo Klamer, Prof Errol D Souza  


University Grants Commission (UGC) Research Fellowship and Lectureship in Economics (optional Subject: MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS)on Qualifying National Eligibility Test conducted by UGC, Government of India


1997-1995 M. Phil (Planning and Development), Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology, (IIT) Bombay, India. Dissertation: Saving and Capital Formation in India: trends and determinants, Guide: Prof Ramanathan 


1995-1993 M A (Development Economics), Department of Economics, University of Calicut, India. Dissertation: Cochin Export Processing Zone: a performance evaluation, Guide: Dr Abdul Kareem  

Optionals: Advanced Mathematical Economics, Advanced Econometrics, and International Economics 


1993-1990 B A (Economics), (Economics Main, Political Science and Modern Indian History as subsidiaries), Christ College, Irinjalakuda, University of Calicut, India


1990-1988 Pre-Degree (World History, Indian History, Economics,Christ College, Irinjalakuda, University of Calicut, India   




 
 

Career

2011 onwards Professor, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai
2011-2007 Associate Professor, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai
2007-2004, Assistant Professor, TA Pai management Institute, Manipal
2004-2001, Lecturer, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai
1998-1997, Research Executive, Drshti Strategic Research Services, Mumbai
 
Project: WWW.ATLMRI.ORG

Area of Research
Labour Market, Social Networks and Knowledge Activity

Teaching
Labour Economics, Social Network Analysis, Urban Economics