Prof. Sridhar Telidevara has varied research interests and has published articles in journals like Poverty and Public Policy, Macroeconomics and Finance in Emerging Market Economies, International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy. He did his doctoral studies at SUNY Buffalo, USA. His academic research encompasses wide-ranging topics, including applied microeconomics, Consumer Behavior, the performance of dairy cooperative societies, and Governance and Local Development. The nature of research involves both theoretical and empirical modelling, including calibration of empirical data to theoretical models.
His teaching experience is also varied, and he has been teaching management graduates for over a decade on core, functional, and integrative courses. At DMI, he is associated with Sustainable Livelihoods and Leadership and Governance Collaborative Action Research and Education Centers.