Subramanian V. Saravanan
Subramanian V. SaravananVisiting Faculty, Humanities and Social Sciences
- BSc: University of Madras, 1989
- MSc: University of Madras, 1991
- M.Phil: University of Cambridge, 1998
- PhD: University of Queensland, 2006
- Associate Researcher, Centre for Development Research (ZEF), Bonn. (Jan 2018 to present)
- Senior Researcher, Centre for Development Research (ZEF), Bonn. (Jan 2007 - Dec 2017)
- Senior Research Associate, Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi (Aug 2002 - Jan 2003)
- Junior Economist & Consultant, National Council of Applied Economic Research (NCAER), New Delhi (Jan 2000 - July 2002)
- Research Fellow, Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) (environmental Advocacy institute), New Delhi (Nov 1998 - Oct 1999)
- Project Planner, Centre for Development Studies and Activities (CDSA), University of Pune (Sep 1996 - Sep 1997)
- Project Executive, Professional Assistance for Development Action (PRADAN), Madurai, Tamil Nadu (Sep 1994 - Aug 1996)
- Research Assistant, University of Madras (Oct 1991 - May 1992)
Saravanan, V.S., Min Jung Cho & Fotima Mukhitdinova (2018) Health Risk in Urbanizing Regions: Examining the Nexus of Infrastructure, Hygiene and Health in Tashkent Province, Uzbekistan. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.15, 2578.
Saravanan,V.S. (2018) Situated politics of urban health in India: Everyday mobility of health implications. World Development. Vol. 104. Pg 375-387.
Saravanan, V.S., Cho, MJ., Tan S.Z, Fayzieva, D and Sebaly, C. (2017) Spatial distribution and trends of water-transmitted diseases in Tashkent province from 2011-2014. Central Asian Journal of Global Health, 6(1).
Panagiota, K and Saravanan,V.S. (2017) Biopolitics Gone to Shit? State Narratives versus Everyday Realities of Water and Sanitation in the Mekong Delta. World Development
Saravanan, V.S., Idenal M.A., Saiyed, S, Saxena, D and Gerke, S. (2016). Urbanization and Human Health in Urban India: Institutional analysis of water-borne diseases in urban India’. Health Policy & Planning.
Saravanan, V.S., (2015). Agents of Institutional Change: Contribution of new institutionalism in understanding water governance in India. Environment Science and Policy. 53, 225-235.