The Many Faces of Globalization

An Ashoka University online course for high-school students.


Anuradha Saha

Course Dates

13th – 22nd Dec


5 – 6:30PM


6 Hours/Week


INR 12,000

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10th December,2021

Pre-college courses to explore specific disciplines

3-Weeks live, online courses during holidays

India's best faculty, amazing peers & learning support

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About The Course

The East India Company came to India in 1608 to trade in spices and cotton but stayed on to rule India till 1947. In the early 2000s, we saw a reversal of roles when the Indian conglomerate Tata Group expanded their global operations by acquiring several British companies such as the steel giant Corus, Jaguar Land Rover, to name a few. While control over indigenous people was essential for profitability in the 1600s, it is not so today. In this course, we will discuss changes in global patterns of trade and their effects on different people in the economy. What is the role of policy and technology in influencing international movements of goods and labor? Can anyone get high-quality goods and services from around the world or is it a privilege reserved for the wealthy? As skilled labor in a developing economy, what is the world that you will inherit? The course will use economic tools to understand the complex issues in international trade.

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    Anuradha Saha

    Ph.D. Indian Statistical Institute

    Anuradha Saha is Assistant Professor of Economics at Ashoka University; she completed her Ph.D. at the Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi Centre. She earned her B.Sc. in Physics from St. Stephen’s College in 2007 and MA in Economics from the Delhi School of Economics in 2009.

    Professor Saha’s research interests include Macroeconomic Theory, Growth Theory, and Development Economics. Her thesis focused on sectoral growth with emphasis on services sector dynamics. She is currently working on characterizing international trade in services and has recently started studying the effects of monetary and fiscal policy in emerging economies. She is trying to understand how the effectiveness of these policies depends on institutions and market structures.

    Horizons Course Objectives

    Discover Your Interest and Aptitude

    Go Deep Into Specific Disciplines

    Learn with Amazing Peers from Schools across India

    Explore Unique Perspectives and Ideas

    Develop New Skills and Abilities

    Hear from Past Learners