UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES)

Dr Sangaralingam Ramesh

Dr Sangaralingam Ramesh

Lecturer (Teaching)



Joined UCL
10th Sep 2018

Research summary

1.Ramesh,S.(2012),‘Continental Shift:China and the Global Economic Crisis’in‘Rising China in the Changing World Economy’, Wang, L. (Ed) Routledge/Taylor and Francis Group, April 2012.
2.Ramesh,S.(2012),‘Infrastructure,Knowledge Creation and Spillovers and Economic Growth in China’,Volume 5,Issue 1,International Journal of Economic Sciences and Applied Research.
3.Ramesh,S.(2012),‘China’s Transition to a Knowledge Economy,’Volume 2,No.2,Journal of the Knowledge Economy.
4.Yu,X.,and Ramesh,S.(2013),‘Government Policy, CSR and Innovation in China’,Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, Vol.4, No.13
5.Ramesh,S.(2013),‘Foundation Level Economics: Reflections on Teaching and Learning,’Journal of Education and Practice, Vol.4, No.20.
6.Ramesh,S.(2013),‘Aquaculture:Evidence from China and Nigeria,’Journal of Developing Country Studies, Vol.13, No.11.
7.Ramesh,S.(2014),“Developing a Cutting-Edge Curriculum Undergraduate Level Economics”,Journal of Education and Practice, Vol. 5, No.12.
8.Ramesh,S.,and Yu,X.(2015),‘Government Policy, CSR and Human Resource Functions - Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Sector: Evidence from China,’ European Journal of Business and Management,Vol.7,No.30
9.Ramesh,S.(2018),Entrepreneurship in China and India,J Knowl Eco(2018).https://doi.org/10.1007/s13132-018-0544-y

Books Published:

China’s Lessons for India

Volume 1:Political Economy of Development

Hardcover:280 pages

Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan;1st ed.2017 edition(2 Oct. 2017)




China’s Lessons for India

Volume 2:Political Economy of Change

Hardcover:294 pages

Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan;1st ed.2017 edition(18 Oct. 2017)




The Rise of Empires –The Political Economy of Innovation

Hardcover:264 pages

Publisher:Springer Nature Switzerland AG;1st ed.2018 edition(9 Feb.2019)




China's Economic Rise -Lessons from Japan's Political Economy
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 1st ed.2021 edition (22 Oct. 2020)
Language: English
ISBN-13: 978-3030498108

Research Assistance:

1.Michie, J.,and Lobao, L.(2012),‘Ownership, Control and Economic Outcomes,’Cambridge Journal of Regions,Economy and Society,5,307-324.

Teaching summary

Microeconomics, Topics in Microeconomics, Financial Development, Economics of Entrepreneurship, New Venture Creation


University College London
Other Postgraduate qualification (including professional), Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education | 2013
School of Oriental and African Studies
Doctorate, Doctor of Philosophy | 2009
School of Oriental and African Studies
Other higher degree, Master of Science (Economics) | 2002


Dr Ramesh was awarded a PhD in Economics by SOAS, University of London in 2009, becoming a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy in 2013. At SOAS Dr Ramesh taught undergraduate and postgraduate students. In 2010, Dr Ramesh was appointed as a Teaching Fellow in Economics at University College London. At the same time, Dr Ramesh began working for the University of Oxford’s Department for Continuing Education, developing and teaching several online courses, including ‘Macroeconomics – An Introduction’, ‘Microeconomics – An Introduction’ and ‘History of Economic Thought’, and summer school courses at the Oxford University Summer School for Adults. Dr Ramesh has also taught at Kings College London and at the Universite Paris Dauphine GBD in London. His book ‘China’s Lessons for India’, Volume 1: Political Economy of Development and Volume 2: Political Economy of Change was published by Palgrave MacMillan in October 2017, ‘The Rise of Empires – The Political Economy of Innovation’ in February 2019; and 'China's Economic Rise: Lessons from Japan's Political Economy' in October 2020.