Is There a Case for Farmer Cooperation Today? Lessons from India and Europe with Bina Agarwal, University of Manchester
Bina Agarwal teaches part-time as a Professor of Development Economics and Environment at the Global Development Institute, The University of Manchester, UK. She lives mainly in India where her research projects are predominantly based. She continues to be affiliated with the Institute of Economic Growth at Delhi University, where she was earlier Director and Professor of Economics. Educated at the Universities of Cambridge and Delhi, she has held distinguished teaching and research positions at many universities, including Cambridge, Harvard, Princeton, Michigan, Minnesota (as the Winton Chair), and the New York University School of Law. She was Harvard’s first Daniel Ingalls Visiting Professor and later a Research Fellow at the Ash Institute, Kennedy School of Government. She has also been a fellow of Radcliffe’s Bunting Institute at Harvard.