Visiting Faculty of Law
Anirudh Burman is an associate fellow at Carnegie India. He has published works related to parliamentary oversight in India, the freedom of movement and residence, measuring the responsiveness of independent regulators in India, the design of insolvency professionals as a regulated profession, and the right to information.
In addition, Burman also focuses on studying the working of the administrative state in India.
Burman was also a legal consultant with the National Institute of Public Finance and Policy in New Delhi, where he worked on research related to land titling reforms in India, state capacity issues in land records maintenance and financial and regulatory reform. Additionally, he assisted in the drafting of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Act of 2016, with a focus on regulatory governance, and regulation of market infrastructure, among other key responsibilities.
In the past, he has worked for the Centre for Policy Research in New Delhi, Amarchand Mangaldas in Mumbai, and PRS Legislative Research in New Delhi.
- LL M: Harvard Law School, Harvard University
- BA, LL B (Hons.): The National University of Juridical Science, Kolkata
- Public Institutions
- Public Administration
- Administrative and Regulatory State and State Capacity
- Financial Regulation and Regulatory Governance
- Property Rights and Land Markets
- Relationship between Tenure Security and Land Transactions
- Public Administration Issues in Land Markets in India