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Debdatta Saha is an economist by training. She has completed her doctoral work in applied game theory and industrial organisation from the Indian Statistical Institute (ISI), Delhi Centre. She currently teaches advanced microeconomics and industrial organisation at the Faculty of Economics, South Asian University (SAU), New Delhi. She has experience of working in some aspects of industrialisation in developing countries, including a brief stint as an expert with the Competition Commission of India. Her research interests include organisational problems of small enterprises, competition issues such as abuse of dominance by dominant firms, and coordination games. At present, she is engaged in analysing the food processing industry in Bihar through an international project funded by the International Growth Centre (IGC), jointly with
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The aim of the project is to understand the driving force for industrial development in the food processing sector in Bihar. The findings of the study revealed that development in food processing in B...
- IGC Research on India
For an industrially backward state like Bihar, placing food processing as the lead sector for industrial development is a natural choice from the perspective of resource advantage and interlinked sect...