Shreya Sinha is lecturer in business and society at Queen Mary University of London’s School of Business and Management. She is a political economist studying agricultural value chains and commodity markets, rural labor relations, and ecological dimensions of agrarian change.

April 11, 2024

Analysis

The Electric Vehicle Developmental State

BYD exemplifies transformations in Chinese industrial policy

The rise of the Chinese EV industry has been enabled not only by generous government subsidies but also by profound changes in strategy and organization, and in particular by a distinctive revival of vertical integration—at both individual firm and national…

September 16, 2023

Analysis

Crisis in the Bread Basket

Investment and agriculture in Punjab

In the run-up to the general elections of 2014, Narendra Modi was hailed across mainstream quarters of journalism and policy-making as the crusader of economic reform and growth in India, a spirit that was only bolstered by the resounding majority…