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Assistant Professor, Centre for Economic Studies and Policy (CESP)

Area of Specialisation
  • Trade and Development: Trade Policy and trade facilitation, Special Economic Zones, trade and gender, India-China studies and, food security.
Academic Qualification
  • Ph. D in Economics (2011), Institute for Social and Economic Change (ISEC), Bangalore, through Mysore University, Mysore, Karnataka, India.

Selected Publications

Books and Monographs

  1. Tantri, Malini L (2016) Special Economic Zones in India: Policy, Performance and Prospects, Cambridge University Press.

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  1. Tantri, Malini L (2016) Imperatives of Trade Facilitation on Trade Performance: An Appraisal in the Context of India's Select SEZs, ISEC Monograph, ISEC, Bangalore

Research Papers in Journal/Edited Books

  1. Tantri, Malini L (2015) Fiscal Implications of SEZs expansion in India: A Resource Cost Approach”, Journal of International Commerce, Economics and Policy, World Scientific Vol 6 (1)

  2. Tantri, Malini L. (2014) Policy and Performance of SEZs in India and China - A Comparison, in Economic Growth, Trade and Poverty: A Comparative Analysis of India and China edited by Kannan Elumalai, R.S. Deshpande, Guo Xiaoming  Konrak Publishers, New Delhi)

  3. Tantri, Malini L. (2013) “Trajectories of China’s Integration with the World Economy through SEZs: A Study on Shenzhen SEZ”, China Report, Vol 49 (2): 227-250

  4. Malini L. (2012) “Did Metamorphosis from Export Processing Zones to Special Economic Zones Improve the Efficiency of Trade Enclaves in India?”, Journal of Economic Policy Reforms, Vol. 15 (4): 321-337

  5. Tantri, Malini L. (2012) “Effectiveness of Special Economic Zones over Export Processing Zones Structure in India: The Trade Performance at Aggregate Level”, Journal of Asian Public Policy, Vol. 5 (1): 23-40

  6. Tantri, Malini L. (2012) “China’s Policy for Special Economic Zone: Some Critical Issues”, India Quarterly, Vol. 68 (3): 231-250

  7. Tantri, Malini L. (2011) “Trade Performance of SEZs in India: A Disaggregated Level Analysis” Margin: The Journal of Applied Economic Research, Vol. 5 (2): 267-292

  8. Tantri, Malini L. (2011) “The Dynamics of SEZs over EPZs: The Case Study of Santacruz SEZ” International Journal of Economics, Vol. 2 (1): 62-75

  9. Tantri, Malini L. (2010) “Import Dependency of Special Economic Zones” Economic and Political Weekly Vol. 45 (36): 26-31

  10. Deshpande, R. S. and Malini L Tantri. (2007) “Karnataka’s Agriculture Growth under Constraints”, Yojana, 23 (2): 13-19.

  11. Deshpande, R. S. and Malini L Tantri. (2007) “Organization of Agriculture in Karnataka after the fall of SrirangaPattana”, Quarterly Journal of Mythic society, 18 (2): 62-80

 Working Papers/Non-refereed journals/in good circulation newspaper

  1. Tantri, Malini L et al (2015) Food Security in Karnataka – Paradoxes of Performance”. ISEC Working Paper series No, Institute for Social and Economic Change (ISEC), Bangalore.

  2. Tantri, Malini L. (2014) “Promises and Paradoxes of SEZs expansion in India”. ISEC Working Paper No 331,, Institute for Social and Economic Change (ISEC), Bangalore.

  3. Tantri, Malini L. (2014) Shenzhen Special Economic Zone to Shanghai Free Trade Zone: Approach to Reform in China”, India-China People’s View Quarterly,

  4. Tantri, Malini L. (2013) “India’s SEZs Policy – A Retrospective Analysis”, ISEC Working Paper No 301,  Institute for Social and Economic Change (ISEC), Bangalore.

  5. Tantri, Malini L. (2013) “How Much Do We Know about the Chinese SEZ Policy?” Working Paper No 296, Institute for Social and Economic Change (ISEC), Bangalore.

  6. Tantri, Malini L. (2013) “Bilateral Trade between India and China and Emerging Issues”, India-China People’s View Quarterly Vol. 7 (1).

  7. Tantri, Malini L. (2013) “The SEZs Policy in India: A Historical Perspective”, SEZ World Tracker

  8. Tantri, Malini L(2012) “A Decade of SEZs Expansion in India – Promises and Paradoxes”, Working Paper No 526, Forum for Research in International Trade and Investment (FREIT)

  9. Tantri, Malini L. (2012) “Understanding the Fiscal Implications of SEZs in India: An Exploration in Resource Cost Approach”, Working Paper No 288, Institute for Social and Economic Change (ISEC), Bangalore.

  10. Tantri, Malini L. (2011) “Trajectories of China’s Integration with the World Economy through SEZs: A Study on Shenzhen SEZ”, Working Paper No 261, Institute for Social and Economic Change (ISEC), Bangalore.

  11. Tantri, Malini L. (2011) “SEZs in India: Are These Enclaves Efficient?”, Working Paper No 274, Institute for Social and Economic Change (ISEC), Bangalore.

  12. Tantri, Malini L (2010) “The Performance of Indian SEZs: A Disaggregated Analysis”, Working Paper No 251, Institute for Social and Economic Change (ISEC), Bangalore.

  13. Tantri, Malini L (2010) “Karnataka’s Agriculture and Policy: A Comprehensive History and Ways Forward”, Journal of Federation of Karnataka Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FKCCI). 31 (6): 9-14.

  14. Tantri, Malini L (2010) “Effectiveness of SEZs over EPZs Structure: The Performance at Aggregate Level”, Working Paper No 248, Institute for Social and Economic Change (ISEC), Bangalore.

  15. Tantri, Malini L. and R. S. Deshpande. (2010) “WTO and Agricultural Policy in Karnataka”, Working Paper No 259, Institute for Social and Economic Change (ISEC), Bangalore.

  16. Deshpande, R. S. and Malini L Tantri (2008) “Agriculture in Karnataka: A Historical View after the Fall of SerirangaPattana”, Working Paper No. 191, Institute for Social and Economic Change (ISEC), Bangalore.

Seminar/Workshop Proceedings

  1. Tantri Malini L (2014) Looking beyond Conventional Parameters in Bilateral Trade Partnership – A Case of India and Canada in CONFERENCE ON ENGAGING CANADA: EMERGING PRIORITIES FOR SUSTAINABLE PARTNERSHIPS, May 30, 2014, New Delhi (coauthor)

  2. Tantri Malini L (2013) A Decade of SEZs Expansion in India – Promises and Paradoxes in Annual International Studies Convention   10-12 December 2013, JNU, New Delhi

  3. Tantri, Malini L. (2013) “Agricultural Exports and Trade Infrastructure: Priorities in the Indian Context “, IIMB 8th international seminar on public policy and governance. Soft and Hard Infrastructure 12-14th August, 2013 (coauthor)

  4. Tantri, Malini L. (2013)  “WTO, Trade Facilitation and India's Initiative - With a special reference  to SEZs “, in the International Seminar on “India and WTO”, 6-8 October 2013 Central University of Kerala

  5. Tantri, Malini L. (2013) “Trade Facilitation and Trade Performance in India and China”, in “Opening-up, Cooperation and Economic Growth” October 2013 China India Forum, Sichuan, Chengadu –China

  6. Tantri, Malini L. (2012). “Elephant in the Foot Steps of Dragon: Policy and Performance of SEZs in China. Paper presented in the Seminar on Economic Growth, Trade and Poverty, organised by ISEC and Sichuan Academy of Social Sciences (SASS), Chengdu, Sichuan, China, Banaglore (6-7 December 2012)

  7. Tantri, Malini L. and C Nalin Kumar (2012). “SEZs in India: An Apprisal in the context of Trade Facilitation”. In the proceedings of International Conference on Public Policy and Governance held at IISC, Bangalore, September 04-06, 2012.

  8. Tantri, Malini L. and C Nalin Kumar (2011). ““Export Diversification, Trade Facilitation and Special Economic Zones: The Indian Experience”. In the proceedings of 9th Globelics International Conference held at Buenos Aires, Argentina, November, 15-17, 2011.

  9. Tantri, Malini L. (2010). “Efficiency of Indian SEZs: A National Production Frontier Approach”. In Proceedings of the 47th Annual Conference of Indian Econometric Association, held at Jammu, India, March, 2010.

  10. Tantri, Malini L. (2008). “EPZs and Labour Experiences in the Era of Globalization: A Survey of Literature”. In Seminar Proceedings of Labour Conference, held at Lucknow, India, December 2008.

  11. Tantri, Malini L. (2008). “SEZs Concept in Practice and Experiences: A Global Perspective”. In Proceedings of the National Seminar on Special Economic Zones: Engines of Growth and Social Development for India, Present Problems and Future Prospectus, Organized by Osmania University, Hyderabad, India, October 2008.

  12. Tantri, Malini L. (2007). “The Strides of Economic and Urban Growth in China: A Post SEZs Perspective”. In Seminar Proceedings of the Student Colloquium on Development Research, held at IGIDR, August 2007.

  13. Tantri, Malini L. (2007). Are Special Economic Zones Performing”? In Proceedings of the VI Development Convention on “Transformation, Transition or Stagnation? Understanding Change in a Globalizing Economy, held at MIDS, February 2007.

Research Projects including Consultancy

Research Projects

  • Trade, Gender and Food Security: With a Special reference to Tea Plantation in Nilagiris – (ongoing)

  • Trade Facilitation and Trade Performance: An Appraisal in the Context of Selected SEZs. (Completed).

  • Food Security in Karnataka – Issues, challenges and way forward, (part of SICI-BYID project and under this mentored four Canadian interns)  

Consultancy

  • Consultant, GIZ, Lao to assist the Government of Lao PDR (National Committee on SEZ ) for the draft of the Prime Minister’s Decree on SEZs (March 2014 to April, 2014)

Professional Membership

  1. South Asian Network for Development and Environmental Economics (SANDEE)

  2. Forum for Research in International Trade and Investment (FREIT)

  3. The Indian Economic Association

  4. The Indian Econometric Society

Dr. Malini L Tantri
Assistant Professor
Center for Economic Studies and Policy (CESP)
Institute for Social and Economic Change
Nagarabhavi P.O. Bangalore 560072, India.
Tel: Office: 23215468,
Email: malini@isec.ac.in, malinilt@gmail.com

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