Lynne Marks is a professor of history at the University of Victoria (Canada). She is an expert in North American religions and has written on maternity, irreligion, working-class women and lived religion in English-speaking Canada and the United States.
Mario I Aguilar is professor of religion and politics at the University of St. Andrews, Scotland. His research focuses on Buddhist traditions, Marxist religion, vegetarianism, religion and labor and Indian religions.
Ernest C. H. Ng is adjunct assistant professor at the Centre of Buddhist Studies, University of Hong Kong, where he teaches undergraduate and postgraduate courses on Buddhism and economics. Ng is a fellow at the European SPES Institute and author of Introduction to Buddhist Economics.
Charan Singh is CEO and founder-director of the EGROW Foundation in Bangalore, India. His research and writing focus on economics and management.
Zahra Babar is associate director for research at the Center for International and Regional Studies at Georgetown University in Qatar. Previously, she has served with the International Labor Organization and the United Nations Development Program. Her current research interests include rural development, migration and labor policies, and citizenship in the Persian Gulf states.
Iftikhar Ahmad is a labor relations expert and a recent graduate from Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations who now works for the Planning Commission of Pakistan. He has previously worked in the Pakistani government’s Ministry of Labour and Manpower. His research interests encompass comparative labor relations/law, tripartism and the informal economy. Besides […]
Daromir Rudnyckyj is professor of anthropology at the University of Victoria, where he serves as director of the Counter Currency Laboratory and principal investigator for the Futures of Money project. Rudnyckyj’s book Beyond Debt: Islamic Experiments in Global Finance examines efforts to create a transnational financial network independent of debt and efforts to make Kuala Lumpur […]
Amanda Lanzillo is a historian of South Asia, researching artisanship and experiences of labor, technology and social change within Indian communities. She is the author of Pious Labor. She is a lecturer at Brunel University London.
Heinz Werner Wessler is a professor of Indology at Uppsala University in Sweden. He focuses on Hindi and Urdu languages, cultural history, as well as religion and society in India and Pakistan.