CESS CV
 
CURRICULUM VITAE
 
 
Name Dr. T. S. Jeena
Email jeena@cess.ac.in
Designation Associate Professor
Education : Ph.D (Economics),Institute for Social and Economic Change, Bangalore. M.Phil (Applied Economics),Centre for Development Studies, Thiruvanathapuram .
Research Interests : Environment and Development Economics, Agricultural Economics
Major/Important Publications
Jyothis Sathyapalan and Jeena T Srinivasan (2013). Sustainability. IDFC rural development network. India Rural Development Report 2012|13. Delhi: Orient BlackSwan.

Jeena T Srinivasan (2012). An Economic Analysis of Paddy Cultivation in the Kole Land of Kerala. Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics Vol .67(2):213-224.

Jeena T Srinivasan (2012). Sustainability of Rice Cultivation in the Kole Land of Kerala, Anvesak Vol. 42-No.1&2-Jan-Dec 12 (conference issue).

Jyothis Sathyapalan and Jeena T Srinivasan and Joeri Scholtens (2011). Overcapitalisation in small scale fishery in Chuenpadgee, Ratana (ed) Contemporary Visions for Small Scale Fisheries, Delft: Eburon.

Jeena T Srinivasan (2011). “Sustaining productivity of coastal wetland agriculture: A Study of Kole wetlands in Kerala, India”, in the Conference Proceedings of the 21st Congress on Irrigation and Drainage: Water Productivity towards Food Security by the International Commission for Irrigation and Drainage Congress, in Tehran, Iran organised during 15-23 October 2011. ICID Transactions No.30-A, R.56.1.09, pp 123-136.

Jeena T Srinivasan and V Ratna Reddy (2009). Impact of Irrigation Water Quality on Health: A Case Study in India. Ecological Economics Vol. 68(11): 2800-2807. (Elsevier).

Jeena T Srinivasan, V Ratna Reddy and D Mohan Rao (2009). Natural Resource Base and Status of Environmental Health in Andhra Pradesh. In S Mahendra Dev, C Ravi and M Venkatanarayana, (Eds) Human Development in Andhra Pradesh: Experience, Issues and Challenges. Published by Centre for Economic and Social Studies, Hyderabad.

Jeena T Srinivasan (2006). “The Differential Impact of User Heterogeneity in Resource Management: A Case Study from India”. Ecological Economics Vol.59 (4):511-518. (Elsevier).

Jeena T Srinivasan (2005). “State Regulation versus Co-management: Evidences from the Cochin Estuarine Fisheries in India” in Environment and Development Economics Vol: 10(1):97-117. (Cambridge University Press, UK).

Jeena T Srinivasan (2005). Economic Impact of Ecosystem Degradation and Options for Sustainable Resource Management: The Case of Cochin Estuarine Fishery, Kerala” In Nirmal Sengupta and Jayanta Bandyopadhyay (Eds) Biodiversity and Quality of Life: New Delhi, Macmillan Publishers.

Reports/Monographs
Jyothis Sathyapalan Ajoy Bhatt, P S Easa, Jeena T Srinivasan, Nimisha Shukla and Pankti Jog (2014) Livelihoods of Agariyas and Biodiversity Conservation in the Little Rann of Kutch Gujarat CESS Monograph 34.

Jeena T Srinivasan (2011) Agriculture Wetland Interactions: A Case Study of the Kole Wetland, Kerala. CESS Monograph 19 (July 2011).

Jyothis Sathyapalan, Jeena T Srinivasan and Joeri Scholtens (2008). Fishing Fleet Reduction and Its Livelihood Implications: A Case Study of Palk Bay Resource Users in the East Coast of Tamil Nadu, India, Working Document, UNTRS and FAO. (Earlier version published as CESS monograph No.5).

Shashanka Bhide and Jeena T Srinivasan (2004). “Development Policies, Priorities and Sustainability Perspectives in India”, Social and Economic Change Monograph 6, ISEC Bangalore.
International Seminars
Jeena T Srinivasan (2013). Presented a paper titled ‘Multiple Risks and Intra household Characteristics: A Study on the Relocation Outcomes of Households in Various Phases of Displacement and Relocation in India; in the International Conference on Development-induced Displacement and Resettlement organised by the Refugee Studies Centre, University of Oxford, held during 22-23rd March 2013 at the University of Oxford, UK.

Jeena T Srinivasan (2011). “Property Issues in Seasonally Altering Multiple Use Wetlands: A Study of Kole land, India” in the 13th Biennial Conference of the International Association for the Study of the Commons (IASC) 10-14 January 2011, Hyderabad.

Jyothis Sathyapalan, Jeena T Srinivasan and Joeri Scholten, presented a paper titled “Role of Incentives in the Management of Small Scale Trawler Fisheries: An Explorative Study of Overcapitalisation in Palk Bay, India” in the World Small-Scale Fisheries Congress (WSFC) held at Montien Riverside Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand during 18-22 October 2010.

Jeena T Srinivasan and Jyothis Sathyapalan presented a paper on ‘Livelihood Linkages and Tradeoffs in the Downstream Floodplains of River Basins: A Study of Kole Lands in Trissur, Kerala’ in the two-day modelling workshop on Land-use Planning and Agriculture during 15-16 April 2010 jointly organised by Madras School of Economics (MSE), Chennai, TIFAC and the International Institute for Applied System Analysis, Austria (IIASA) at the MSE.

Participated in the 5th International Human Dimensions/Asia Pacific Network International Human Dimensions Workshop on Institutional Dimensions of Global Environmental Change – Water, Trade and the Environment held in Chiang Mai, Thailand, during 13 – 26 October 2006.

Jeena T Srinivasan and Reddy V Ratna, presented a paper titled “Wastewater Use in Irrigated Agriculture: A Study in Hyderabad” in the 9th Biennial Conference of the International Society for Ecological Economics on "Ecological Sustainability and Human Well-Being" held during 15-18 December 2006 at New Delhi.

Paper presented on Issues in sustainable water management in the 5th International Human Dimensions/Asia Pacific Network International Human Dimensions Workshop on Institutional Dimensions of Global Environmental Change – Water, Trade and the Environment held in Chiang Mai, Thailand, during 13 – 26 October 2006.

Jeena T Srinivasan ‘Direct and Indirect Livelihoods Benefits As Well As the Health and Adaptation Related Costs of Wastewater Irrigation: An Overview of Methodologies for Economic Valuation’, Inception Workshop of the Project titled, ‘Ensuring Health and Food Safety From Rapidly Expanding Wastewater Irrigation in South Asia’ at Colombo, Sri Lanka, September 5-6, 2005.

Jeena T Srinivasan. Paper titled „User Characteristics and Behaviour in Contracting for New Property Rights Over the Cochin Estuarine Fisheries in Kerala, India‟ presented in the workshop at the Nobel Laureate Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), Italy during 30 September to 4 October 2002 jointly organized by the Beijer International Institute of Ecological Economics, The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences and ICTP, Italy.

Jeena T Srinivasan. Presented a paper titled ‘State Regulation and the Possibilities of a Collective Action for the Management of Local-Level Common Property Resources: The Case of Cochin Estuarine Fisheries in Kerala, India‟ at the Beijer Research Seminar on Property Rights Structures and Environmental Resource Management‟ organised by the Beijer International Institute of Ecological Economics, The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences and held during 28-30 May 2002 in South Africa.

Jeena T Srinivasan and Ninan K N. Presented a paper titled “User Knowledge and State Regulation of Common Property Resources: Experience of Estuarine Fisheries Management in Kerala‟ at the Workshop on “Policy Implications of Knowledge with Respect to
Major Projects Handled
Jeena T Srinivasan and N Chandrasekhara Rao. Sustainable groundwater governance, agriculture and poverty in the Godavari River Basin. Sponsored by Jamsetji Tata Trust, Mumbai through the Research Unit for Livelihoods and Natural Resources, CESS, Hyderabad (2011). (ongoing)

Jeena T Srinivasan. Sustainable Small Farm Agriculture: A Study of Rice Cultivation in Kerala. (2012). Sponsored by the Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), New Delhi. (completed)

Jeena T Srinivasan. Development and Displacement in Andhra Pradesh. Sponsored by State Planning Department, Andhra Pradesh (2013). (completed)

Jyothis Sathyapalan and Jeena T Srinivasan. “Augmenting Livelihood Security of Salt Workers: A Study of Techno-economic Feasibility of Extracting Value Added Product from Wasted Concentrated Brine at Farm Level, the Little Rann of Kuchch, Gujarat,” has been initiated as a cross cutting study across dry lands and river basins.(2010-12). (completed)

N Chandrasekhara Rao and Jeena T Srinivasan. “The Study of the Impact of Rural Services Hubs: Business Catalysts for Rural Competitiveness with Inclusiveness” in collaboration with International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), New Delhi Office (2010-11). (completed)

Jeena T Srinivasan and Anil Kumar, K. “Impoverishment Risks and Livelihood Restoration Strategies in Involuntary Displacement and Resettlement: A Case Study from Godavari River Basin.” Sponsored by Jamsetji Tata Trust, Mumbai through the Research Unit for Livelihoods and Natural Resources, CESS, Hyderabad (2009-10). (completed)

Jeena T Srinivasan and Jyothis Sathyapalan. “Livelihood Linkages and Tradeoffs in the Downstream Floodplains of River Basins: A Study of Kole Lands in Thrissur.” Sponsored by Jamsetji Tata Trust, Mumbai through the Research Unit for Livelihoods and Natural Resources, CESS, Hyderabad. (2009-10). (completed)

Jeena T Srinivasan and V Ratna Reddy. “Ensuring Health and Food Safety from Rapidly Expanding Wastewater Irrigation in South Asia” a collaborative project sponsored by BMZ- Germany and implemented by the International Water Management Institute, Hyderabad (2005-2009). (completed)

Jeena T Srinivasan. “Sustainable Water Management in Agriculture and Its Implications for Human Welfare and Environment: A Study of Watersheds in Rainfed Regions in India”. International Foundation for Science, Sweden (2006-09). (completed)

Jeena T Srinivasan. “Use of Economic Instruments for Water Demand Management: A Comparative Study of India and Canada”. Report Submitted to the Shastry Indo Canadian Institute through a Faculty Research Programme Fellowship for the year 2008-09 supported by DFIAT, Canada. (completed)

Jyothis Sathyapalan, Jeena T Srinivasan and Joeri Scholtens. “Fishing Fleet Reduction and Its Livelihood Implications: A Case Study of Palk-Bay Resource Users in the East Coast of Tamil Nadu, India”. With MARE, University of Amsterdam and SIFFS, Thiruvananthapuram and supported by UNTRS of the FAO. (2006-07). (completed)
Post Doctoral Experience
Fulbright-Nehru Academic and Professional Excellence Scholar 2014-15, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, USA (1st September 2014-31st May 2015).


Visiting Scholar, Brock University, Canada during July-August 2008, under the Shastri Indo Canadian Institute's Faculty Research Programme for the year 2008.

Guest Researcher, University of Namur, Belgium during January-March 2002, under the Short Term Overseas Grant of the World –Bank aided India Environment Capacity Building Project (year 2001-2)
 
 
 
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