Tanmay Misra

PhD Student in Law

LSE Law School

English, French, German, Hindi, Spanish
Key Expertise
Law and development, continental philosophy, India

About me

Thesis title:

'Corruption and the "License Raj": An Alternative Inquiry' [provisional title]


Professor Susan Marks and Dr Stephen Humphreys

Research interests

Law and development, continental philosophy, India

Tanmay Misra consults on U.S.-India and U.K.-India ties and has worked at the International Atomic Energy Agency, United Nations Industrial Development Organization, the International Criminal Court, and Columbia University’s South Asia Global Center. He completed his graduate studies in international affairs at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Harvard Law School, and the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna, and his undergraduate studies in the humanities at Brown University. He served as attaché to the 13th EU-India Summit in Brussels.


"India's Elections Through the Looking Glass," Friends of Europe, 2019. 

"Investment and its Discontents," Observer Research Foundation (ORF) Occasional Paper 154. New Delhi: ORF, 2018.

"How to Mis-Understand Trade,"  Observer Research Foundation (ORF) Issue Brief 169. New Delhi: ORF, 2017.