Madhuparna did her Master's degree in Sociology from Presidency University. Her research focuses on the structure and functioning of family businesses and firms. My research interest lies in Economic Sociology and her thesis is titled "Gold trade, business succession and kindred ties - A Sociological study of the Subarnabaniks." Subarnabaniks are a business community operating in Bengal. They are traditionally associated with the gold trade and moneylending.
Ayushi is working in the area of ‘Sociology of Law’. Dr Anuj Bhuwania (Jindal Global Law School) is her Co-Supervisor. Her research interests include law and society, sociology of inheritance, law and gender, law and religion, and policing.
K. C. Mujeebu Rahman
Mujeeb's project focuses on economy and religion, economic sociology of law, and entrepreneurial Islam. He is a former William J. Clinton Fellow. He completed his Master’s from the Indian Institute of Technology, Gandhinagar, India. He earned a bachelor’s degree in commerce and Islamic theology from Jamia Madeenathunnoor, Calicut, Kerala.
Brishti Sen Banerjee
Brishti has completed her graduation in Sociology from St. Xavier's College, Kolkata and masters from Presidency University, Kolkata. Her research interest area includes wealth accumulation, social institutions and family business.