Adjunct Assistant Professor
Manisha Sinha, Ph.D. teaches courses on international relations and international political economy. She earned her degree from the Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, where her research explored the relevance of the most-favored-nation and non-discrimination rules of the World Trade Organization and their central position in the contemporary multilateral trading system. Her research focuses on issues related to international trade, globalization and global governance. She is also interested in the politics and economics of inter-state relations and the role of international organizations in shaping such relations.
PhD: Jawaharlal Nehru University New Delhi, India, 2012 (International Organization)
M.Phil: Jawaharlal Nehru University New Delhi, India, 2006 (International Organization)
M.A.: Patna University Patna, India, 2003 (Economics)
B.A.: Patna University Patna, India, 2000 (Economics)
Issues related to the international political economy, international organizations, global economic governance and international trade law.
Peer Reviewed Publications
Sinha, Manisha (2014. ) "Re-Imagining the International Monetary Fund" .South Asian Survey, , Vol. 21 (Issue 1&2 ) ,pp. 194-210
Sinha, Manisha (2013. ) "An Evaluation of the WTO Committee on Trade and Environment" .Journal of World Trade, , Vol. 47 (Issue 6 ) ,pp. 1285-1322
Manisha Sinha (06-25-2021. ) The UN System and the Relevance of Non-Discrimination in Trade During A Global Pandemic .ACUNS Annual Meeting 2021, Presented virtually.
Manisha Sinha (04-03-2014. ) Doha Round and Multilateral Cooperation in International Trade . MPSA Annual Conference 2014, Chicago.
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