Dr. B.K. Dutta

Photo of Dr. B.K. Dutta Dr. B.K. Dutta did his M.A. and Ph.D. from North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong, Meghalaya. He joined the Department in 2007 as Associate Professor. He went on VRS and left the Department on 3.3.2013 .

Took VRS on 3rd March 2013


Contact No(s): 9863095237 ; 9863095237(M)
Email Address: (1) dutta.bijit@rediffmail.com
Teaching Experience:
  • Reader/Associate Professor, NEHU [2007-2013(March 3)]
  • Reader, NEHU (Aizawl Campus) (1999-07)
  • Lecturer, Pachunga University College, NEHU (1984-99)
Ph.D. Title: Theories of Share cropping with evidence from Karimganj District of Assam
Broad Area of Interest: Development Economics
Current Area of Work: Development Economics ; Economic Thought
Life Member/Member:
  • Indian Economic Association
  • North Eastern Economics Association
Project undertaken Theory of Sharecropping

Books Published:

  • Theories of Sharecropping, Mittal Publication, New Delhi

Research Papers Published:

  • Dutta, B.K. (2000): "An Alternative Theory of Sharecropping with Evidence from Karimganj District Assam", Indian Journal of Economics, Vol. LXXX, No. 318.
  • Dutta, B.K. (2000): "A Market Effort Model of Economic Growth", Indian Journal of Economics, Vol. LXXXI.
  • Das Gupta, A. and B.K. Dutta (1999): "Employment in a Developing Economy: A Case Study of Mizoram: Some Theoretical Exposition", in G. Kumar (ed.) Urbanization in Mizoram, Concept, New Delhi.
  • Dutta, B.K. (1995): "A Model for Rural Development: The Entrepreneurial Diffusion Approach", Indian Journal of Economics, Vol. LXXVI, No.300.
  • Dutta, B.K. (1993): "A Market Effort Model of Growth: The Economic Policy of Government of India and its Perspectives" in D.K. Das (ed.) Economics of Markets, Deep & Deep Publication, New Delhi.



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