Naveen Bharathi’s research interests are at the intersection of political sociology and political economy of identity in India. Specifically, his research explores the relationship between ethnic diversity and development, most broadly conceived. He has written about issues ranging from the relationship between ethnic diversity and public goods provisioning to spatial segregation in contemporary urban India. His research has been covered by many media publications and journals. Prior to his career in research, Naveen has worked as an architect and planner in many distinguished architectural and planning firms in India.
Political Sociology, Urban Sociology
Fractal urbanism: City size and residential segregation in India | ScienceDirect
Diversity Deficit and Scale-Flip | The Journal of Development Studies
Residential segregation and public services in urban India
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