School of Livelihoods and Development

Publications


Recent Faculty Publications

  • Bhattacharya, P.,Rath, B., & Dash, A. (2015). Supply Response of Milk Production: Analysis and Implications for BRIC Countries, Applied Econometrics and International Development, 16(1), 16-36      
  • Nayak, B. P. and S. Manasi (2016), ‘Perfo rmance of Participatory Irrigation Management in Odisha: A Study of PaniPanchayats in Two Irrigation Projects’ in Kumar, P. and S. Mohankumar (Ed.), Indian Agriculture: Performance, Growth and Challenges, London & New York:  Routledge (Chapter 13, Page: 329-354)
  • M. Karuppasamy  and P. Bhattacharya(2016) ,Working Condition of Women Agricultural Labourers : A Study of Tirunelveli District of Tamil Nadu , Proceedings of National Seminar on Dr. B.R. Ambedkar’s vision of Economic Development of India, Page No. 113-121(ISBN No.978-93-85777-91-2)
  • Stephen, J., & Menon, A. 2016. Fluid territories: Rethinking state territorialisation in Palk Bay, South Asia. Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift-Norwegian Journal of Geography, 70(5), 263-275.
  • Stephen, J. 2016. Looking beyond the fish, social sciences in fisheries research - experiences from transboundary fishing in Palk bay in Proceedings of the National Seminar on Sustainable fisheries in an ecosystem perspective, 10-11 December 2015, St. Michael’s College, Cherthala, Kerala, India
  • Song, A. M., Scholtens, J., Stephen, J., Bavinck, M., & Chuenpagdee, R. 2017. Transboundary research in fisheries. Marine Policy, 76, 8-18.
  • Sapra I (2016). Women and Men at Work: Livelihood Experiences of Persons with Disabilities in West Bengal in the book edited by NandiniGhoshInterrogating Disability in India: Theory and Practice, Springer, India: pp. 145-166.
  • Srinivas.S, (2016) Case Study, Women Managed Milk Procurement Services, Compendium of Business models for Livelihood Promotion, Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India, pp 25-33,