Indradeep Ghosh has a PhD in Economics from MIT and has taught for 8 years at Haverford college, a 4 year liberal arts college located in Philadelphia, PA. Indradeep’s expertise is in macroeconomics and international economics and he has published papers in these subjects in peer reviewed journals such as Global Economy Jounal and Review of Development Studies. At Haverford, Indradeep has taught courses in macroeconomics, money and banking, international macroeconomics, computational economics, and financial crises. As a scholar, he is also deeply interested in questions of an interdisciplinary nature, at the intersections of economics and other disciples such as sociology, anthropology, political science, philosophy and religion. His interdisciplinary research has recently been published in peer reviewed journals such as Quarterly Journal of Speech, and Interdisciplinary Journal of Partnership Studies. Indradeep also maintains an active interest in economics pedagogy and has recently published a paper in the International Journal of Pluralism and Economics Education on what he calls “dialogical introductory economics”.