Since October 2010, he is holding a position as PhD candidate in the School of History, Culture and Communication, EUR, The Netherlands. The title of his research is “The Culture of Crafts in India: A case for liberalization”. He deconstructs the social and economic institutions that contribute to a robust craft economy with the cultural economic perspective to suggest a reform agenda. His research is supervised by Prof. Arjo Klamer.
Policy formulation, Business models, Craft Cluster Management, Public Private Partnerships in Crafts.