Ph.D. Candidate, Development Sociology
Mushahid's current research explores the confluence of labor precariousness, informal markets and the politics of subsistence in emergent industrial regions in contemporary Bangladesh. This confluence provides a point of departure for tracing historically the processes of state formation, global economic reintegration and socio-ecological shifts characterizing critical aspects of a political economy of development in South Asia.
- Hussain, Mushahid (2017). Contesting, (Re)producing or Surviving Precarity? Debates on Precarious Work and Informal Labor Reexamined. International Critical Thoughts.
Connect with Mushahid
- mh2395 [at] cornell.edu