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Srabani Roy Choudhury is a Professor in Japanese Studies, Centre for East Asian Studies, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University. She received her Ph.D from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Prior to joining Jawaharlal Nehru University in 2007, she was a faculty in International Management Institute. She has been recipient of Japan Foundation fellowship, visiting scholar programme to Keizai Koho Centre, Ministry of Economics and Industry, Japan, Policy Research Institute, Ministry of Finance, Japan, a visiting fellow at Research Institute for Economic & Business Administration, Kobe University and Graduate School of Development Studies, Nagoya University. Her research interest lies in the area of Japanese investment in India and enjoys micro –level firm studies. Her recent publications are centered on Japan- India economic relations and Japanese Multinationals experiences in India, their entry strategies and their survival techniques.

Her academic outing began in 1998 with NIILM, a business school. In 2004, she moved to International Management Institute. During her tenure in these institutes she worked closely with many industrial forums like SCOPE, as academic collaborator and evaluator. She has also engaged in international collaboration with University of Melbourne and University of Warwick for providing micro level data on Indian consumers and other sections of the society. She associates with business schools like Indian Institute of Foreign Trade and Management Development Institute to give insight into eastern management practices.

How Shinzo Abe had Transformed Japan’s Policy to Multilateralism
13 Jul 2022

Shinzo Abe’s demise has left Japan completely shaken, as it has lost a leader of reckoning. Though he was out of power, as a leader of a strong faction within the ruling Liberal Democratic Party and a repository

Shinzo Abe Repositioned Japan in the World Order
09 Jul 2022

The assassination of Shinzo Abe has shaken the world because post World War II, Japan stood as symbol of peace. Abe first came to power in 2006 as the youngest prime minister (PM) of Japan from the Liberal Democratic


Areas of interest

Japanese Investment in India, Sectoral understanding, Japanese management Transferability of Japanese management practices,Indo- Japan relations


Current Positions

    • Associate Professor Japan Studies ( economy & management ), CEAS, JNU
    • Adjunct Fellow, Institute of Chinese Studies, JNU


    • PhD. CEAS, JNU
    • MA. International Politics/Economics, SIS, JNU

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