Dr. Muneer Magry

Dr. Muneer Magry

Teaching Fellow
School of Management Studies

Dr. Muneer Magry currently serves as a Teaching Fellow at Nalanda University, where he teaches courses on Agriculture and Development, Climate Change & Development, Poverty and Sustainable Development, Social Entrepreneurship & Sustainability, Corporate Social Responsibility, etc. Dr. Magry has completed his Ph.D. from Deakin University Australia in the area of Sustainable Development, for which he received a Deakin University Higher Degree Research grant (fellowship) from 2018-2021. Dr. Magry’s thesis was nominated for the prestigious ALFRED Deakin Outstanding Thesis Award in 2021-22. Dr. Magry has published his research in leading international journals that include Climate Change and Development, Small Scale Forestry, Business Strategy and Development, Journal of Sustainable Mining, etc. Dr. Magry’s research work has received international recognition on various platforms; he presented his research work at XV World Forestry Congress, The Republic of Korea and Common Wealth Forestry Congress, 2021, University of British Columbia, Canada.

Previously, Dr. Magry worked in various capacities such as junior/senior research fellow/ project officer in projects sponsored by key international and national institutions like Japan International Cooperation Agency, United Nations Development Program, Ministry of Coal, GOI; Ministry of Environment, Forests & Climate Change, GOI; Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, GOI.

Awards and Scholarships

  • Deakin University Australia Higher Degree (PhD) Fellowship (2018-2021)

Research Publications (Major five)

  1. Magry, M. A., Cahill, D., Rookes, J., & Narula, S. A. (2022). Climate change impacts on non-timber forest products: NTFP-dependent community responses from India. Climate and Development, 1-14. SCOPUS-Q1 Journal. IF 4.65. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/17565529.2022.2152639
  2. Magry, M. A., Cahill, D., Rookes, J., S. A., (2022). An integrated value chain analysis of non- timber forest products: a case of Jharkhand State of India. Small- scale Forestry, 1-25. SCOPUS-Q1 Journal, Impact Factor 2.0. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11842-022-09520-0
  3. Narula, S. A., Magry, M. A., & Mathur, A. (2019). Business‐ community engagement: A case of mining company in India. Business Strategy & Development, 2(4), 315-331. SCOPUS; Q1, Journal. IF 3.05 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/bsd2.64
  4. Narula, S. A., Magray, M. A., & Desore, A. (2017). A sustainable livelihood framework to implement CSR project in coal mining sector. Journal of Sustainable Mining, 16(3), 83-93. SCOPUS Q1, IF 0.85 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jsm.2017.10.001
  5. Magry, M. A., Cahill, D., Rookes, J., & Narula, S. A. (2023). MarketingConstraints of Non-timber Forest Products: Evidence from Jharkhand, India. In Sustainable Food Value Chain
    Development: Perspectives from Developing and Emerging Economies (pp. 221-237). Singapore: Springer Nature Singapore. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-6454-1_11

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