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IER-Mar-09 : INDIA: CAN THE ELEPHANT TAKE A TIGER LEAP?
Serial No. Name of the Author Author Title Topic Title
1. K.K. Srivastava Lead Economist, The IIPM Think Tank, New Delhi Securing A Place for India on Global Landscape
2. Farid Bakht Political and Economic Analyst, London Can the Elephant Survive the Next Decade?
3. Laurence Chandy Wolfensohn Center for Development, The Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C Can India’s Tiger Economy Survive the Global Crisis?
4. Geoff Gertz Wolfensohn Center for Development, The Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C Can India’s Tiger Economy Survive the Global Crisis?
5. Homi Kharas Wolfensohn Center for Development, The Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C Can India’s Tiger Economy Survive the Global Crisis?
6. C. S. Murty Senior Fellow, Centre for Economic and Social Studies, Hyderabad CAN THE ELEPHANT TAKE LEAPS OF THE TIGER? The Case of Indian Agriculture
7. G Balachandran Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Sri Sathya Sai University Competitiveness of Indian Agriculture: The Challenges Ahead
8. Suresh Chandra Babu Programme Leader and Senior Research Fellow, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, USA Competitiveness of Indian Agriculture: The Challenges Ahead
9. Ram P Aneja Formerly Managing Director, National Dairy Development Corporation, Anand, Gujarat and Visiting Professor, Sri Sathya Sai University, Prasanthinilayam, Andhra Pradesh Competitiveness of Indian Agriculture: The Challenges Ahead
10. Sourabh Gupta Senior Research Associate, Samuels International Associates, Inc., Washington D.C Putting the ‘M’ back into SME: A 'Generation Next' Agenda to Unlock India’s Manufacturing Sector
11. Iana Dreyer Trade Policy Analyst, European Centre for International Political Economy, Brussels Preparing for the Next Stage of Growth – Deepening India’s Integration in the World Economy
12. Ritika Mankar Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, Pune THE INDIAN ECONOMY: TRADE A HANDMAIDEN AND CONSUMPTION THE DRIVER
13. Nishchal N. Pandey Director, Centre for South Asian Studies, Kathmandu RISING INDIA: A View from Nepal
14. Amir Ullah Khan Director (Research), Bangalore Management Academy, Visiting Fellow,India Development Foundation and Adjunct Professor, Business and Law, Edith Cowan University, Australia The Question Everyone Is Asking
15. Benjamin Marsh State Department Liaison, Dalit Freedom Network, Denver, USA Social and Political Threats to Long-Term Economic Growth
16. Sangeeta Shroff Reader, Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, Pune Impact of Globalization on Labour Markets: The Case of India
17. Toufi q A. Siddiqi President, Global Environment and Energy and Adjunct Senior Fellow, East-West Center Honolulu, USA Fueling the Elephant and the Tiger: Meeting India’s Expanding Energy Needs
18. Ranjit Singh Ghuman Professor of Economics and UGC Research Awardee, Punjabi University, Patiala Capital and Labour in the Historical and Emerging Global Perspective : A Brief Comment
19. Pramod Kumar Yadav Fellow Program in Management (Public Systems), Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad Impact Of Global Financial Crisis On Carbon Markets And Climate Policy
20. Andreas Freytag Visiting Professor, Tallinn University of Technology and Fellow, ECIPE, Brussels Combat Protectionism - The Only Chance for Emerging Economies to Become A Major Player
21. Sebastian Voll Research assistant and Ph.D Candidate,the chair of Economic Policy,The University of Jena, Germany Combat Protectionism - The Only Chance for Emerging Economies to Become A Major Player
22. Rok Spruk Economist, Slovenia Lessons from Optimum Currency Area and Macroeconomic Stability of the European Monetary Union
23. Zafar Dad Khan Department of Business & Economics, University of Virginia, USA International Trade, Fisheries and Technology: Status of Aquaculture Industry in India
24. R.K.Maikhuri G.B. Pant Institute of Himalayan Environment and Development, Garhwal, Uttarakhand Hill Agriculture of Uttarakhand: Policy, Governance, Research Issues and Development Priorities for Sustainability
25. L.S. Rawat G.B. Pant Institute of Himalayan Environment and Development, Garhwal, Uttarakhand Hill Agriculture of Uttarakhand: Policy, Governance, Research Issues and Development Priorities for Sustainability
26. P.C. Phondani G.B. Pant Institute of Himalayan Environment and Development, Garhwal, Uttarakhand Hill Agriculture of Uttarakhand: Policy, Governance, Research Issues and Development Priorities for Sustainability
27. Vikram S. Negi G.B. Pant Institute of Himalayan Environment and Development, Garhwal, Uttarakhand Hill Agriculture of Uttarakhand: Policy, Governance, Research Issues and Development Priorities for Sustainability
28. N.A. Farooquee G.B. Pant Institute of Himalayan Environment and Development, Garhwal, Uttarakhand Hill Agriculture of Uttarakhand: Policy, Governance, Research Issues and Development Priorities for Sustainability
29. Chandan Negi G.B. Pant Institute of Himalayan Environment and Development, Garhwal, Uttarakhand Hill Agriculture of Uttarakhand: Policy, Governance, Research Issues and Development Priorities for Sustainability
30. A.Rajani Assistant Professor, International Institute for Insurance and Finance, Hyderabad Agricultural Distress and Farmers’ Suicides in Guntur District of Andhra Pradesh: A Study of Domestic and Global factors
31. Nupur Tiwari Senior Consultant , Union Ministry of Panchayati Raj, Government of India, New Delhi Reinventing the Delivery of Essential Social Services at Grassroots Level Through Panchayati Raj
32. J.W. Smith Director, Institute for Economic Democracy India and the World can Double Economic Efficiency
33. Jayshree Bose Senior Faculty Member and Consulting Editor, ICFAI Business School Research Centre, Chennai Women and the GDP Conundrum
34. Sohail Inayatullah Professor, Tamkang University, Taiwan, Adjunct Professor, the University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia and Member, Council of Social Sciences, Pakistan ALTERNATIVE FUTURES OF PAKISTAN: Patterns of Change and Dominant Archetypes
IER-May-09 : Management of Development
Serial No. Name of the Author Author Title Topic Title
1. David A Andelman Editor, World Policy Journal, Published by the World Policy Institute and the MIT Press India on Top
2. K.R. Shah Former Professor of Business Economics, The M. S. University of Baroda, Vadodara Demographics of Poverty and Economic Growth
3. Pathikrit Payne Senior Faculty Member, IIPM, New Delhi The Road to Rendition
4. Arpita Khanna Centre for International Trade and Development, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University Problem of Water Pollution In India: A Possible Solution
5. C. Ramachandraiah Associate Professor, Centre for Economic and Social Studies (CESS), Hyderabad Urban Transport in India: A Contested Issue
6. Ramakrishna Nallathiga Knowledge Manager (Infrastructure and Environment), Centre for Good Governance, Hyderabad Urban Water Supply Sector in India: The Need for the Management Reforms in the ULBs
7. Rafiq Dossani Senior Research Scholar; Executive Director, South Asia Initiative, Shorenstein APARC, Stanford University Corruption and Corporate Governance in India
8. Sanjay Tewari Administrative Officer, Life Insurance Corporation of India A Review of the Regulatory and Developmental Role of IRDA in Context to The Indian Insurance Market
9. Purti Sharma Economist, India Development Foundation, Gurgaon Financial Inclusion by Channelizing Existing Resources in India
10. Hardikkumar Doshi Researcher, Telecommunication Industry MVNO – A New Business Paradigm in the Telecom Industry in India
11. Gaurav Joshi Researcher, Telecommunication Industry MVNO – A New Business Paradigm in the Telecom Industry in India
12. Mahim Sagar Faculty, Department of Management Studies, IIT Delhi MVNO – A New Business Paradigm in the Telecom Industry in India
13. Manu Sankar Subhagalal Policy Officer, World Future Council, New Delhi Renewable Energy and Its Policy Prospects In India
14. William Antholis Managing Director, Brookings Institution, Washington D.C FIVE “GS”: LESSONS FROM WORLD TRADE FOR GOVERNING GLOBAL CLIMATE
15. B. Ramesh Babu Formerly Sir Pherozeshah Mehta Professor of Civics and Politics, University of Bombay; Specialist in International Relations, American politics and public affairs Globalisation To Global Governance: Hegemony To Legitimacy?
16. Barry Herman Visiting Senior Fellow, Graduate Program in International Affairs, The New School, New York We Can Have Better Global Economic Governance
17. K. U. Mada Economist and former Executive Director, erstwhile Industrial Development Bank of India, Mumbai More Effective Global Financial Regulation
18. K.K.Saxena Director, Pacific Institute of Management and Technology, Udaipur Internationalization of Intellectual Property Rights and its Impact on the Developing Countries: A Review
19. Ruchi Sharma Department of Economics and Statistics, Tata Services Limited, Mumbai Internationalization of Intellectual Property Rights and its Impact on the Developing Countries: A Review
20. Jayesh Kumar Associate Vice President, Industry Research Group, Kotak Mahindra Bank Limited, Mumbai Just How Much Money is at Stake in Shares Pledged by Promoters?
21. Suchismita Mondal Sarkar Assistant Professor, University of Burdwan, West Bengal, India Consumerism in the Eyes of a Rational Optimist
22. Peter Custers Affiliated Researcher, International Institute for Asian Studies (IIAS), Leiden, Netherlands A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE ON THE US-INDIA NUCLEAR DEAL
23. Robert Weil Robert Weil, Retired Lecturer and Trade Union Organizer, The University of California in Santa Cruz, USA What Difference Does A Revolution Make? A Preliminary Contrast of India And China
24. John McMurtry University Professor Emeritus, University of Guelph, Canada The Obama Crossroads: Neo-Liberal Coup or Responsible Government
25. R.G.Gidadhubli Adjunct Professor and Former Director Center for Central Eurasian Studies, University of Mumbai, Mumbai POST- SOVIET CENTRAL ASIA: Issues and Problems of Security and Cooperation
26. Nikhil Raj Environmental Impact Assessment Division, Sálim Ali Centre for Ornithology and Natural History (SACON), Coimbatore The Shrinking Rice Paddies of Kerala
27. PA Azeez Environmental Impact Assessment Division, Sálim Ali Centre for Ornithology and Natural History (SACON), Coimbatore The Shrinking Rice Paddies of Kerala
IER-Sept-09 : THE HYPOCRISY OF FREE MARKETS & MYTH OF FREE TRADE
Serial No. Name of the Author Author Title Topic Title
1. K.K. Srivastava Lead Economist, The IIPM Think Tank, New Delhi Woebegone Government, Wobbly Markets and the Economic Management: Rethink, Recast, and Resurge
2. Elisabeth Tuerk Senior Legal Expert, International Agreements Section, UNCTAD DIAE, Geneva India’s Bits-Network Attracting Investment for Realizing Development Benefits
3. Valentin Zahrnt Research Associate, European Centre for International Political Economy (ECIPE), Belgium Policy Transparency and Evaluation for Economic Growth in India
4. Shalendra D. Sharma Professor, Department of Politics, University of San Francisco Regulating Markets in the Post-Crisis World
5. Anjan Panday Ph.D. candidate <Economics>, The American University, Washington, DC Market Failure and the Need for Regulation
6. Subrata Dutta Associate Professor, Sardar Patel Institute of Economic and Social Research, Ahmedabad Trade Liberalisation and Indian Farm Sector: Understanding the Situation from Available Evidence
7. Rok Spruk Economist, Slovenia The Harmful Impact of Protectionism
8. Misu Kim Phd Scholars, Centre for International Trade and Development, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi Open Economy: A Boon or Bane for India?
9. Susmita Mitra Phd Scholars, Centre for International Trade and Development, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi Open Economy: A Boon or Bane for India?
10. T. Krishna Kumar Director, Samkhya Analytica India Pvt. Ltd, Bangalore A Model of North-South Growth and Trade as a Differential Game Problem with an Empirical Illustration
11. M.S. Goel Reader, Department of Applied Economics, JNPG College, University of Lucknow Evolution of World Trading System and Future of Free Trade: A 21st Century Experience
12. John Kozy Retired Professor of Philosophy and Logic Murky Economics— Comparative Advantage & Free Trade Theory
13. Ketaki Sharma Economist, Reliance Equities International Pvt Ltd., Mumbai The India Story: Served Sunny Side Up
14. Madhusudan Dutta Professor, Sardar Patel Institute of Economics and Social Research, Ahmedabad Is Rising Share of Services Inevitable for GDP Growth?
15. Ambar Ghosh Economics Department, Jadavpur University, Kolkata Modern Theories of Growth: A Critique
16. Chanadana Ghosh Economic Research Unit, Indian Statistical Institute (ISI), Kolkata Modern Theories of Growth: A Critique
17. Saumitra Mohan Additional District Magistrate (General), Burdwan, West Bengal Employment Guarantee, Not Employment Subsidy Approach Suits Indian Conditions
18. Byasdeb Dasgupta Head, Department of Economics, University of Kalyani, West Bengal Governance and Employment Generation in Rural Areas: A Case Study of NREGS in Selected Districts of West Bengal
19. Bipul De Lecturer, Sonamukhi College, Bankura, West Bengal Governance and Employment Generation in Rural Areas: A Case Study of NREGS in Selected Districts of West Bengal
20. Benny George Consultant (M&E), Department of Drinking Water Supply, Government of India, New Delhi NRDWP – A Paradigm Shift in Rural Drinking Water Supply
22. Uma Sankaran Research Scholar, Centre for Development Studies (CDS), Trivandrum Review of Economic Development and Legal System: An International Perspective
23. Rabin Majumder Advocate & Attorney, NuDelhiLawFora, Law Firm, New Delhi Free Trade and Free Markets: A General Law Perspectives
24. G. Bhalachandran Department of Economics, Sri Sathya Sai University, Prasanthinilayam, Andhra Pradesh Mitigating Environmental Crisis: Can India Show the Way?
25. Suresh Chandra Babu Programme Leader and Senior Research Fellow, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, USA Mitigating Environmental Crisis: Can India Show the Way?
26. Ritesh Agarwal Analyst, ASK Group, Mumbai Wind Energy in India - Reforms to the Rescue
27. Shiva Agarwal Indian School of Business, Hyderabad Wind Energy in India - Reforms to the Rescue
28. Soumyendra K. Datta Professor, Department of Economics, Burdwan University, Burdwan Mismatch between Entrepreneurial Intention and Environment - A Survey in Burdwan District of West Bengal
29. Rimu Chaudhuri Research Student, Department of Economics, Burdwan University, Burdwan Mismatch between Entrepreneurial Intention and Environment - A Survey in Burdwan District of West Bengal
30. Tomohito Kanaizuka ODA Loan Program Specialist, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), Tokyo, Japan Microfi nance at Turning Point: Success Factors of Microcredit in Bangladesh and Its Future Prospects
31. Farhad Hossain Lecturer, Institute for Development Policy and Management (IDPM), School of Environment and Development, University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom Microfi nance at Turning Point: Success Factors of Microcredit in Bangladesh and Its Future Prospects
32. Mohammad Amin Private Sector Development Specialist, Enterprise Analysis Unit, Financial and Private Sector Development, The World Bank Group, Washington, D.C. Consumer Behavior and Competition in Indian Retailing
33. Amol Agarwal Economist based at Mumbai Crisis in Academic Economics
34. Kunibert Raffer Associate Professor, Department of Economics, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria New Resources for an Unreformed IMF?
35. Heiner Flassbeck Director, Division on Globalization and Development Strategies, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), Geneva The Unbearable Lightness of Financial Markets
36. Sonia Boffa Associate Economic Affairs Officer, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), Geneva The Unbearable Lightness of Financial Markets
IER-Dec-09 : INDIA: WHAT WILL IT TAKE?
Serial No. Name of the Author Author Title Topic Title
1. Nimit Chowdhary Professor, Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management, An organization of Ministry of Tourism, Government of India India: What Will it take? Lessons to Learn from China
2. Sony Pellissery Associate Professor, Institute of Rural Management, Anand Learning from Outliers Will Determine Our Economic Destiny
3. Percy S. Mistry Chairman, PE-IIF India Infrastructure Fund, Chairman, Oxford International Associates Ltd.; Senior Advisor, Europa Partners Ltd.; Board Director, J P Morgan Emerging Markets Investment Trust; Visiting Professor, Administrative Staff College of India (ASCI) India's Future Growth: Is Gulliver Trapped in Lilliput?
4. Mark Loucas Research Associate at The Fund for Peace, Washington, D.C. India and the Risk of State Failure
5. Joelle Burbank Research Associate at The Fund for Peace, Washington, D.C. India and the Risk of State Failure
6. Gordon Feller Executive Editor, Urban Age Magazine India's Constraints in Infrastructure
7. Goldy M George General Coordinator of Dalit Mukti Morcha, Chhattisgarh Convener, Dalit Study Circle, Chhattisgarh Development vis-à-vis Sustainability in A Globalised World
8. Samantha King Global Business Policy Council, A.T. Kearney, Inc.,Washington, D.C. The United States and India: Making Progress Together in the Battle Against Climate Change
9. Prabha Panth Professor of Economics, Osmania University Post Graduate College, Secunderabad A Rational Deterrent to Violation of Industrial Pollution Laws: A Case Study of Polluting Firms in Andhra Pradesh
10. Rahul A. Shastri Formerly Director, Research Centre for International Business, CVR College of Engineering, RR District, Andhra Pradesh. Currently, Professor and Joint Director, National Akademi of Development, Hyderabad A Rational Deterrent to Violation of Industrial Pollution Laws: A Case Study of Polluting Firms in Andhra Pradesh
11. Prakash Kashwan PhD Candidate (Public Policy), The School of Public & Environmental Affairs, Indiana University, Bloomington “JUST ENVIRONMENTS” ANALYZING THE POLITICS OF POLICY-MAKING ON ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT
12. Colin C. Williams Professor of Public Policy, School of Management, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom Re-visioning the Future of Work: Towards A New Mindset
13. Sarit Kumar Rout National Consultnat, Health Care Financing, National Health Account Cell, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, New Delhi Reaching Health to the Poor: The Supply Side Constraints in Orissa
14. Susan Ariel Aaronson Associate Research Professor and 2009-2010 Policy Research Scholar, George Washington University Corporate Strategy and Inadequate Governance: The Pitfalls of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Initiatives
15. Ana Jud Journalist and Writer, Author of several books about Media, Politics and Economy. Ljubljana, Slovenia It's Time For Review: Media Markets and Press Freedom
16. Arindam Laha Lecturer in Commerce, The University of Burdwan, Burdwan, West Bengal Interaction between the Formal and Informal Financial Institutions: Indian Experience
17. G Bhalachandran Department of Economics, Sri Sathya Sai University, Prasanthinilayam, Andhra Pradesh Policy Framework For Energy Sector: The Need for Demand Side Management
18. Ram P. Aneja Formerly Managing Director, National Dairy Development Corporation, Anand, Gujarat and Visiting Professor, Sri Sathya Sai University, Prasanthinilayam, Andhra Pradesh Policy Framework For Energy Sector: The Need for Demand Side Management
19. S. Subramaniam Research Scholar, Department of Economics,Sri Sathya Sai University, Prasanthinilayam Policy Framework For Energy Sector: The Need for Demand Side Management
20. Susmita Mitra Ph.D. Scholar, Centre for International Trade and Development, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University Efficient Market Hypothesis:Is the Indian Stock Market Efficient?
21. Sangeeta Khorana School of Management and Business, Aberystwyth University, United Kingdom The EU-India FTA: Why is Government Procurement A Non-Mover?
22. James Rafferty IMI-D.K.Chaudhuri Memorial Chair, The University of Buckingham The Anatomy of Bubbles: Is Dubai The Harbinger of The Dangers Ahead For Asian Economies?
23. Pathikrit Payne Senior Faculty Member, IIPM New Delhi; Assistant Editor, Daily Indian Media THE CHANGING DOCTRINES OF WAR: PAST IMPERFECT FUTURE TENSE
24. Sray Agarwal Faculty Member, Department of Economics, IIPM, New Delhi White Wilderness: How the Melting of Polar Ice Caps Opens Up A New Battleground for Energy, Business and Geo-politics