Bhaskar Yempelli is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Rashtram School of Public Leadership, Rishihood University. He has completed his Ph.D. in April 2021 from the University of Hyderabad. His primary research interest lies in Agrarian Relations and Political Economy.
He’s current research discusses the impact of social movements and rural social conflict on agrarian relations and agricultural market structures. He has also worked on land alienation, displacement of tribal people, and the alternative socio-economic development models that tribal societies could offer. Apart from these, he has worked on projects examining the COVID-19 effects on informal business, and petty trading. Broadly, his research attempts to explore and analyze real-life issues which can provide alternative development models.
In his current projects, Dr. Bhaskar Yempelli explores the impact of various social movements and organizations on agriculture markets. How these movements impacted the bargaining power of the peasants in Telangana.
He earned his B.Com from Kakatiya University, Warangal in 2008, M.Com (Finance) from Osmania University, Hyderabad 2010, and MA (Economics) from the University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad in 2012.