2017-2019, Post Ph.D. Research Associate | ICAR- National Institute of Agricultural Economics and Policy Research (NIAP), PUSA, Delhi
2014-2017, Research Analyst/ Assistant Grade I | Institute of Economic Growth (IEG), Delhi, 1st August 2014 to 30 June 2017.
Jan 2014- July 2014, Research Fellow | Agriculture Economics Research Centre, Delhi School of Economics Campus, University of Delhi.
2016-2019, Visiting faculty for at Hansraj Collage for NCWEB | B.com (Hons.) and University School of Open Learning at SGTB Khalsa Collage, University of Delhi, Delhi.
Sources and growth of agricultural
Impact of climate change on agriculture
Livestock development and sources of growth of livestock sector
Awards & Fellowships
Awarded Ph.D. Research Fellowship for study grant scheme by Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR) (Ministry of Human Resource Development Minister, Govt. Of India) Panjab University, Chandigarh 2010-2011.
Agricultural Economics Research Association (AERA, LM-919) India.
List of Publications
States of Farmers in Rural India. Pandey, G.Mittal Publications, Delhi, March 2017, ISBN 81-8324-812-8.
Pathways of Agricultural Transformation: A Comparative Analysis of Punjab and Bihar- Pandey, G., Khan, R. M., and Kumari, S. Agricultural Economics Research Review. 32, 1-11(2019). http://dx.doi.org/10.5958/0974-0279.2019.00013.2
Transformation and Sources of Growth in Southeast Asian Agricultur- Birthal, P. S., Joshi, P.K., Roy, D. and Pandey, G.Discussion Paper 01834, International Food Policy and Research Institute, (IFPRI) Washington D.C. May 2019.
Supply Response of Indian Dairying- Birthal, P. S, Pandey, G., Jumrani, J and Harzana, J. Indian Journal of Animal Science. 89 (4), 103-109 (2019)
Who Leaves the Farmland Fallow and Why? An Empirical Investigation using Nationally Representative Survey Data in India- Ranganathan, T., and Pandey, G. (2018). The European Journal of Development Research. Palgrave Macmillan Publication. 30 (5), 914-933 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1057/s41287-018-0139-2.
Tackling Poverty and Inequality Among Farm Households in Bihar: Implications for Achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)-Pandey, G.Agricultural Economics Research Review. 31, Pp 17-24 (2018). http://dx.doi.org/10.5958/0974-0279.2018.00018.6.
Changing Land-use Pattern of India: Has there been an expansion of Fallow Lands?- Pandey, G., and Ranganathan, T. Agricultural Economics Research Review, 31 (1), 113-122. (2018). DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5958/0974-0279.2018.00011.3.
Tenancy and Fallow Land- Ranganathan, T., and Pandey, G.World Development Perspective. 7-8, 28-31 (2017). Elsevier Publication. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wdp.2017.11.002.
Income Mobility among Social Groups-. Ranganathan, T., Tripathi, A., and Pandey, G.Economic and Political Weekly. 52(41), 73-76(2017).
Pilot Project to Ascertain the Use of Diesel for Irrigation- Ranganathan, T., Rao, N. C., and Pandey, G.Agriculture Situation in India. LXXIV (3), 42-44(2017).
How to Double the Farmers’ Income Under Livelihood Crises?- Pandey, G.ISMP Quarterly, 1(1), 81-85(2017).
Extent, Magnitude and Determinants of Indebtedness among Farmers in Eastern India: A Survey Based Study- Pandey, G. K.Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics. 73 (4), 450-462(2016).
Income and Inequality among Farming Community: A Field Based Study of Bihar, India- Pandey, G. K. Asia Pacific Journal of Rural Development. 26(2), 97-115(2016). Sage Publication.
Level of Income, Pattern of Expenditure and Poverty among Farming Community in Rural Bihar- Pandey, G.Indian Journal of Economics and Development, 12(2), 283-292(2016). DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5958/2322-0430.2016.00137.2.
Income and Livelihood Issues of Peasants: Evidence from Bihar-. Pandey, G. K.Indian Journal of Economics. XCVI, 507-533 (2016 Special Issue).
Income Mobility among Social Groups in Indian Rural Households- Ranganathan, T., Tripathi, A., and Pandey, G.Working Paper 368, Institute of Economic Growth, New Delhi, July 2016.
An Inter-Districts Analysis of Income and Inequality among Farmers in Rural Bihar- Pandey, G. K.Agriculture Situation in India. LXXII (9), 90-100. (Special Issue 2015).
Need of Environment Conservation for the Sustainable Livelihood-Pandey, G. K. and Kumari, S. International Journal of Research in Commerce, Economics & Management, IV(VI), 79-82(2014).
Backbone of Bihar Economy on Backfoot- Pandey, G. K.Mainstream, 50(34), 28-30 (2012).
Flow of Institutional Credit and Indebtedness among Farmers in India- Kohli, S., and Pandey, G. K. Nava Arthiki. 19(2), 37-44(2011).
Pandey, G. (2018). ‘Rural Credit and Financial Penetration by Farmers: A Zone-wise Analysis of Bihar’ in Mehta, N., and Arya, A (eds): Role of Public Policy in Development Process, Academic Foundation, New Delhi. Pp 117-136. ISBN 9789332704213.
Pandey, G. (2016). ‘An Analysis of Access and Utilization of Credit by Farmers in Rural Bihar’ in Verma. S. (eds.): Rural Indebtedness in Punjab and other States: Problems and the way Out. CRIID Chandigarh. ISBN 978-81-385835-81-0.
Pandey, G. (2015). ‘Question of Sustainability of Peasant and Agrarian Distress of Punjab Economy’ in Ansari, I.A, (eds): Environment Development: Issues and Challenges, Raj Publication, New Delhi 2015. ISBN 978-93-82281-43-6.
Pandey, G., and Kumari, S. (2014). ‘Trends in Indian Agricultural Growth (Changing Structure, Performance, Agrarian Distress and Reforms’ in Shastri, R. K and Tripathi, R (eds): Dimension of Public Policy: Changing Scenario, Excel India Publishers, New Delhi. ISBN 978-93-8842223.
Pandey, G. (2013). ‘An Analysis of District-wise Farm Household Income: A Case Study of Bihar’ in Chandra, S.K, Babu V.S and Nath, P.K (eds) from NIRD Hyderabad: Agricultural Crises in India: A Way Out, Academic Foundation, New Delhi. ISBN 978-93-3270032-1.