Ms. Lasara M. Lyngdoh

Name: Ms. Lasara M. Lyngdoh
Contact Information: [email protected]
Department Commerce
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualifications: M.A Economics, NET
Area of Interest: Economics
Date of Joining: 16.6.2016
Awards/Achievement: Kar Memorial Award- 2006 (ISC-Arts Topper), Rajiv Gandhi National Fellowship (SRF) 2012-2013
Publications:
• Diengdoh, B. H, Lyngdoh L.M & Kalam, T. (2018) ‘Can REDD+ and Ecotourism Coexist? Integrating REDD+ and Ecotourism in Meghalaya: Potentials and Implications’ in Climate Change and Developing Countries. (ed) Mawlong B. L pp: 237-258 Cambridge Scholars Publishing Limited, New Castle, United Kingdom. ISBN: (10):1-5275-1174-X
• Lyngdoh L.M & Diengdoh B.H. (2016) ‘Climate Change and Induced Migration: An Assessment of the Economic and Environmental Implications for Meghalaya’ in Human Migration in South Asia: Dynamics and Implications (ed) K. Nongrum and A P Warjri . pp:225-248. Akansha Publishing House, New Delhi. ISBN: 978-81-8370-474-8
• Lyngdoh L.M & Diengdoh B.H. (2015). ‘A Study of the Relationship between Economic Growth and Environmental Damage in North East India with Focus on the State of Meghalaya: The Validity of the Environmental Kuznets Curve’ in Environment-Cultural Interaction and the Tribes of North East India (ed) Mawlong B. L & Mitri M. B. pp: 41-57. Cambridge Scholars Publishing Limited. New Castle, United Kingdom. ISBN: 978-1-4438-7836-
• Lyngdoh L. M (2015). ‘Inter-State Variations in the Rural Healthcare Infrastructure in North-East India’. The NEHU Journal. Vol. XIII, No. 2. pp 31-48. ISSN-0972-8406.
• Diengdoh B. H, Lyngdoh L.M & Dunai, M (2015) .Climate Induced Migrants and Displaced Persons: A Study of the Definitions and Concepts of Environmentally Affected Individuals. The Political Anvil Journal. Vol. 4 No. 1 pp:1-24 ISSN -2319-7528
• Lyngdoh L.M, (2011). ‘Emerging Economies: India and China-Trends in Real GDP, Exports and FOREX Reserves (2000-2009)’ in Globalization-Will the 21st Century be Asia’s? (ed) Mahendher , S. pp:37-44 Excel India Publishers. ISBN: 978-93-80697-55

Conference/Seminar/Workshop Presentations:
• Can REDD+ and Ecotourism Coexist? Integrating REDD+ and Ecotourism in Meghalaya: Potentials and Implications.” International Seminar (CC 2015) on “Climate Change: Impact on Developing Countries”. Organized by UCC College, Shillong. (15th -17th October, 2015)
• “Applicability of CDM and REDD in Meghalaya: A Comparative Study.” National Seminar on “Climate Change, Food Security and Livelihoods” Organized by Dept. of Geography and SAP-DRS III (UGC) NEHU- Shillong. (2nd-3rd March, 2015)
• “Climate Change and Induced Migration: An Assessment of the Economic and Environmental Implications for Meghalaya”. International Seminar on “Human Migration in South Asia: Dynamics and Implications” Organized by Synod College, Shillong. (9th -10th Oct, 2014)
• “A Study of the Relationship between Economic Growth and Environmental Damage in North East India with Focus on the State of Meghalaya: The Validity of the Environmental Kuznets Curve”. National Conference on: “The North East Umbrella -Environment-Cultural Interaction and the Tribes in the Region” Organized by UCC College, Shillong. (29th – 30th May, 2014)
• “India and China: Emerging Giants of the 21st Century.” International Conference on “Globalization-Will the 21st Century be Asia’s?” organized by Mount Carmel Institute of Management, Bangalore (27th-28th Jan, 2011).