The D-Econ blog series is a collective initiative bringing together contributions from academics and activists who share in the vision of decolonisation and diversification of economics. It seeks to explore and emphasise how varied axes of power relations, such as gender, class, race, caste, colonialism, religion, and sexuality among others, affect participation in the academy, limit knowledge production, and contributes to its colonisation. In doing so it hopes to enrich the economic study of society with a plurality of perspectives and methods rooted in objective realities of marginalised and oppressed communities.
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Carolina Alves is an economist with an interest in international macro-finance, macroeconomic theory, Marxist economics and Latin America.
Aditi Dixit is a historian with an interest in social and economic history, development, and global histories of labour and capital.
Surbhi Kesar is an economist with an interest in political economy, development economics, applied microeconometrics, specifically informality, capitalist transition in labour surplus economies, and issues of growth and exclusion.
Deepak Kumar is an economist with an interest in political economy, development, philosophy, and social justice.