Dr. Crystal David John
Ph.D. (Economics)

Associate Professor
"Women Workers and Economic Development: A Study of "Female Work Participation in the state of Uttar Pradesh", University of Lucknow, Lucknow.

  • Article in the book entitled "Women's Contribution to Indian Economic Development" ed. By V.S. Mahajan, pp.147-168. 1989.
  • Social and Religious Changes in India Today", translated and published in German (entitled "Die Andre Seite Der Medaille Frauen I India") in "Metteilen-Hermannsburger, Missionblat"t, Sept 1994, Germany.
  • Violence against Women at the Work Place in "Empowering Society", Vol.2 ed. P. Kumari, Gurukul, 1995, Chennai..
  • Women and Work in the Unorganized Sector in "Gender in Contemporary India" ed. P. Kumari, Gurukul, Chennai, 1998, Chennai.
  • Feminism-Its Relevance to the Indian Context, in "Feminist Theology: perspectives and Praxi", ed. P. Kumari, Gurukul Summer Institute, 1998.
  • Challenge to Androcentric Economics in Jeevadhara –"A Journal for Socio Religious Research", ed. Felix Wilfred, Vol. XXXVIII, No 223, Jan. 2008. Chennai.
  • Globalization Marginalizes, in "Gurukul Journal of Theological Studies", Vol. XIX, No. 1 Jan. 2008, Chennai.
  • Gender and Work in ‘Training Manual on Youth for Gender Equity’, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, GOI (2009)
  • The Need for Integrating Gender into Economics, ‘TQ – A Research Journal ( A Bi Annual Multi Disciplinary Research Journal’, ISSN :2319-9091) Vol. 01, Issue 02, June 2013, Chennai
  • Ecofeminism An Aspect of Environmental Education’, ‘Environmental Experiences’, ed. S. Francisca EAST, ISBN No. 978-81-924545-2-8 (2013)
  • The Cross Versus the Market, ‘Light of Life’, Vol. 55, ISSN No. 0970-2571 (2013)
  • Ginger: The Golden Spice – A Study of Migratory Farmers in Waynad, ‘The International Journal for Environmental Protection and Rural Development’, Vol. 2, Issue 4, pp 5-11, ISSN No. 2249-4375 (2013)
  • Clean Energy for Global Health, ‘International Journal of Applied Management Research’, Volume 6, January to June 2014 issue.
Public Economics, Gender Economics, International Economics, Macro Economics, and Women's Studies