Samir Amin Prize
Samir Amin Young Scholars’ Prize in Political Economy of Development
Aims & Eligibility
The Samir Amin Prize was instituted by the Editorial Board of Agrarian South in honour of Amin’s outstanding intellectual achievements. Amin’s path-breaking contributions to the study of the world economy and the challenges faced by the peoples of the South have been a vital inspiration to generations of intellectuals and popular movements.
Amin’s lifelong efforts to establish the conditions for autonomous intellectual work in the South have been a source of encouragement and support to our Network. Amin was a committed supporter of our periodical journal, Agrarian South.
The Prize is awarded every two years to an author whose article has been published in the journal and is either a postgraduate student or received a postgraduate degree (Masters or Doctorate) within five years of publication of the article. Eligible articles must be single-authored.
|Manish Kumar, India’s Rice Export: What is in it for Farmers? 🔗||2018-19|
|Fabiano Escher, Class Dynamics of Rural Transformation in Brazil: A Critical Assessment of the Current Agrarian Debate 🔗||2020-21|