Priyanshi Chauhan

Jawaharlal Nehru University

Fellowship received in 2021
Academic supervisor: Prof. Amita Batra
Current affiliation: Centre for South Asian Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University

Academic achievements, social engagement initiatives:
Education: Doctoral Candidate, Centre for South Asian Studies, JNU (2018-present); M.Phil. Centre for South Asian Studies, JNU (2018-present); MA in International Relations, Jawaharlal Nehru University; B.A. Hons (Economics), Hansraj College, University of Delhi
Chauhan, P. (2021). Power Trade in South Asia: Developing a framework based on case studies of power trading arrangements in Europe and Asia. South Asian Survey, 1-32, doi: 10.1177/09715231211015824.
Chauhan, P. (2020). Gendering COVID-19: Impact of the Pandemic on Women’s Burden of Unpaid Work in India. Gender Issues, 38 (4), 395-419, doi: 10.1007/s12147-020-09269-w.
Chauhan, P. (2019). Energy Dimension of the Belt and Road Initiative: Implications for India's Energy Security. Indian Journal of Asian Affairs, 32(1/2), 119-152.
Chauhan, P. (2021). “Energy Cooperation in BIMSTEC: Trends, Opportunities and Challenges”. In A.S. Raju, & A.B. Chaudhury, New Futures for BIMSTEC: Connectivity, Commerce and Security. India: Routledge.
Batra, A. and Chauhan, P. (2021) “India's Energy Trade with Southeast Asia: Opportunities and Challenges”. In S.K. Bhardwaj, The Chinese Shadow on India's Eastward Engagement: The Energy Security Dimension. Critical Perspectives on India and China Series. India: Routledge, doi:
Chauhan, P. (2020). Electricity Trade in South Asia: Going Beyond the Bilateral Interconnections. NIICE Commentary 5611. Retrieved 5 October 2020, from Nepal Institute for International Cooperation and Engagement:
Chauhan, P. (2019, July 16). Cooperation against Competition: India and China in the Energy Sector. Retrieved 2020, from South Asian Voices:

Priyanshi Chauhan is a Doctoral Candidate at the Centre for South Asian Studies (CSAS), Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi. She has completed M.Phil. In "Power Trade in South Asia: Role of Domestic Market Reforms" from CSAS, JNU. She also holds an MA degree in International Relations and is an Economics Graduate from the University of Delhi. Her research interest are Gender in Development, Energy Security and Regional Cooperation in South Asia. Presently, she is working towards her Ph.D. thesis and exporing the issue of gender-energy nexus in South Asia for the same.

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