Audio and Video
Brooklyn Law School, New York, NY, March 2019
The World Bank Headquarters, Washington D.C, March 2019
The New School for Social Research, New York, NY, October 2018
Committee for Development Policy 20th Plenary Session : Leaving No One Behind (starts at 1:08:43 and ends at 1:22:53)
United Nations Headquarters , New York, NY, March 2018
Harvard Law School Library Book Talk: In Memory of Tamara Lothian
Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA, January 2018
Prerna Singh, Adda - How Solidarity Works for Welfare (starts at 1:07:06)
Brown University, Watson Institute, September 2016
Global Development Goals: If at All, Why, When, and How?
Azim Premji University Colloquium Series, Bangalore, January, 2016
Discussion on Global Migration
World Social Forum 2016, Montreal, August, 2016
Global Consumption and Income Project launch
City University of New York (CUNY) Advanced Research Collaborative, New York, April, 2016.
'Debating Development' Conference at the New School for Social Research. April, 2016
Inequality and Social Progress
International Panel on Social Progress [Interview], released January 2016.
The World Today, The Emerging Countries, & India: A View from the Global Consumption and Income Project
Center for Policy Research [Podcast], January 2016.
On Poverty, Inequality and Middle Class in China
Interview with CCTV-America, October, 2015.
Global Summits: Where Are We Going?
Newslaundry Podcast Episode on Social Protection, October 2015.
A Second Machine Age?
Bankinter Foundation Video Interview with Sanjay Reddy, Madrid, June 2015.
Democracy, Technocracy and Well-Being: The Role of Economists in Society
Angelini Seminars on Commoning as Well-Being. The International University College of Turin, May 2015.
The Future of Capitalism in India
South Asia Without Borders Seminar, Harvard South Asia Institute, April 2015 [Starting at 48:35]
The Sun Sets Over the Planning Commission: Where is India's economic policy headed?
University of Toronto India Innovation Institute Speaker Series, The University of Toronto, April 2015 [Starting at 26:47].
Fragmented Geographies, Diasporas, and FDI
The Third Interdisciplinary Symposium for Emerging Scholars on India China Studies, The New School, April 2014. [Starting at: 23:09].
Whither Development Studies
APU/INET Advanced Graduate Workshop, Bangalore, January 2014.
Democracy, Technocracy and Development Economics
APU/INET Advanced Graduate Workshop, Bangalore, January 2013.
The Indian Economy in Fall 2013
Left Business Observer Radio, Brooklyn, Sept 2013.
Globalization and Rethinking Measures of Growth.
Fund Global Institute Interview, Hong Kong (INET Meeting), May 2013.
Inequality in China, India, and America: Causes and Consequences.
INET Conference in Hong Kong, April, 2013. [Starting at: 0:58:22 and 1:33:26].
False Dichotomies, Session 4A: Global Inequality.
INET and CIGI, February, 2012. [Starting at: 0:00:10, 1:03:00 and 1:12:58].
Heyman Center for the Humanities, February, 2012. [Starting at: 1:16:05 and 2:03:08].
UN Development Policy Seminar: After the Washington Consensus.
New York, United Nations, June 12, 2012. [Starting at: 0:03:06, 1:09:22 and 1:26:25].
Faculty Panel Discussion: Vision in Heterodox Economics.
New York, New School, May 4, 2012. [Starting at: 0:47:25, 1:44:55 and 2:22:08].
Panel on ‘Global Child Poverty & Well Being’.
New York, New School, April 16, 2012. [Starting at: 0:50:35 and 1:38:27].
Sixth Annual international Conference on Human Rights, Conflict Resolution, Nonviolence and Peace. Global Justice: Economic Globalization and The Common Good
University of Utah. February 23, 2012. [Starting at: 0:27:34 and 1:17:42]
Sanjay Reddy - Facts and Values Are Entangled
Institute of New Economic Thinking (INET). January, 2012.
What Should Public Policy Education Become?
Jindal School of Government. India, 2011.
The Present as History (Full Program).
Columbia University, November 2011.
The Present as History (Extract).
Alternative Link. Extract of talk at Columbia University, November 2011.
Poverty and Human Rights (I).
Part III: New School, October 2011. [Starting at: 00:01:02].
Poverty and Human Rights (II).
Part IV: New School, October 2011.
What is the Relevance of Marxism in the 21st Century?
Visit of Prime Minister of Nepal, Baburam Bhattarai, The New School, September 2011. [Starting at: 108:59].
The Plundered Planet with Paul Collier.
New School, May, 2010. [Starting at: 00:22:56, 00:37:55 and 00:57:06].
The Burden of Our Times: : Global Capitalism and the Financial Crisis
Bard College, October 2009 [Starting at: 48:16 and 1:28:57].
A Critical Perspective on the Natural Resource Curse.
Carnegie Council, December, 2006.
Chicago Public Radio, May, 2003.
United Nations, New York, May 2019.
Imperialism: Is It Still a Relevant Concept?
The New School, New York, May 2017
3rd Emerging Scholars Conference: Land Acquisition
India China Institute, The New School, April 2014.
Understanding Xi Jinping’s Grand Reform Strategy
India China Institute, The New School, April 2014.
2013 UNDP Human Development Report "The Rise of the South: Human Progress in a Diverse World" (Panel 1: Who in the South is rising?)
Global Thought, Columbia University, April, 2013.
The Environment in China and India: Histories and Innovations (Part 1, Part 2)
India China Institute, The New School, December 2012.
Who is Xi? The Knowns and Unknowns of China’s Political Future
India China Institute, The New School, November 2012.
Is Imperialism a useful concept in the age of financial globalization? (Part 1 of 7).
The New School, March, 2012.
2011 - India's World - Science, Technology, and Education
The New School, 2011.
Is Marxism Relevant Today?
Committee on Global Thought, 2009.
Marx or Keynes or…?.
Heyman Center for the Humanities.