Working with PhD students on their projects has been a source of great satisfaction and inspiration to me. Each project is different. And because the students come from all over the world, the projects take me all over the world, too. It is in conversation with the PhD students that I have developed most of my ideas. Most of my PhD students continue in the academia. Six of them have made it to full professor. Currently I am supervising 14 PhD projects.
Since October 2010, he is holding a position as PhD candidate in the School of History, Culture and Communication, EUR, The Netherlands. The title of his research is “The Culture of Crafts in India: A case for liberalization”. He deconstructs the social and economic institutions that contribute to a robust craft economy with the cultural economic perspective to suggest a reform agenda. His research is supervised by Prof. Arjo Klamer.
Policy formulation, Business models, Craft Cluster Management, Public Private Partnerships in Crafts.
My PhD research title is ‘The interaction among values in cultural goods’. From cultural economic perspective, I use ceramics as example to explain how values of goods work in cultural and social contexts. And due to the industrial-made things and commercialization are threating the balance between values in the sector of hand-made ceramics. I try to from cultural economic perspective provide suggestions for the refocusing of craftsmanship and the strengthening of the crafts culture.
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