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Ranade has travelled as a faculty member on the Spring 2012 & Spring 2014 voyages. Ranade has a long career in the field of Development Economics and has been involved in a long term research on
international economic growth and development. During his tenure at the World Bank in
Washington DC, Ranade visited and worked on several countries in Sub Saharan Africa,
Transition Economies of the Former Soviet Union, South Asia, Middle East, Vietnam and the
Philippines. His work involved preparing, appraising and supervising numerous Bank financed
projects, in preparing sector reports, and in organizing training programs for trainers and policy
makers. He did Master of Statistics (1969) from the Indian Statistical Institute, Calcutta, India;
Ph. D. from Cornell University in Agricultural Economics; and Master of Arts in Teaching
(MAT) from Johns Hopkins University (2005). During his professorship at the Indian Institute
of Management, Ahmedabad from 1977 to 1983 he was involved in teaching courses in
Economics and Finance. He is presently an adjunct professor in Stratford University and Virginia
International University, both located in Virginia. He is a member of the 1818 Society of the
World Bank.