Distinguished Fellow, India Development Foundation (IDF), Gurgaon
Krishna K Ladha has Ph.D. in Economics from Carnegie-Mellon University (CMU), and PGDM from the Indian Institute of Management Calcutta. Over the years, he has taught a range of courses including Game Theory, Business & Government, Microeconomics, Economics of Public Policy, Social Choice Theory, and Management of Societies at various institutions in the USA, Europe, and India.
His research, carried out at the CMU, Washington University in St. Louis, and New York University, deals with the US Congress, Condorcet Jury Theorems, Group Decision Making, Political Philosophy, the rise and fall of the Athenian Democracy, and the Democratic Constitution of ancient Athens. His research, carried out at IIM Kozhikode, GIM, and India Development Foundation, deals with the Indian Judiciary, and Governance of Higher Education.