Tata Institute of Social Sciences
Mumbai | Tuljapur | Guwahati | Hyderabad
SINCE
1936
  • A. Kumar  & RB Bhagat (2021). “ Migration, Mobility & Citizenship in India: A Citizenship”  Routledge
  • A. Kumar (2018). Book Review: ‘Costs of Democracy: Political Finance in India’ is How Corrosive Power of Political Finance Works in Indian Elections, Financial Express, https://www.financialexpress.com/lifestyle/book-review-costs-of-democracy-political-finance-in-india-is-how-corrosive-power-of-political-finance-works-in-indian-elections/1285015.
  • A. Kumar (2021). Internal migration and citizenship in India: An emerging perspective. Bhagat, R.B., Kumar, A. Migrants, Mobility and Citizenship in India, pp. 1–16
  • A. Kumar (2021). Migration and inclusive elections. Kumar, A., Dhar, S. Migrants, Mobility and Citizenship in India, 2021, pp. 51–64
  • A. Kumar (2021). Pathways of Money: Insights from the 2017 Gujarat Assembly Elections, India Review, 19 (5), 448-470. (co-author)
  • A. Rath (2023). Is there a ‘money machine’ tax? Revenue efficiency of state VAT and GST. Economic and Political Weekly. 58(7). [ISSN: 2349-8846]
  • A. Shaban (2022) Book Review. Contested Homelands: Politics of Space and Identity. Regional Science Policy & Practice, doi: https://doi. org/10.1111/rsp3.12603 [ISSN: 1757-7802]
  • A. Shaban (2023). Albert O. Hirschman (1915–2012): An unorthodox regional scientist. In P. Batey and D. Plane (Eds). Great Minds in Regional Science, Vol. 2. Footprints of Regional Science, Cham, Switzerland: Springer Nature. doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031- 13440-1 [ISBN: 978-3-031-13439-5]
  • A. Shaban and A.U. Khan (2023). Cultural diversity and development. Journal of Development Policy and Practice. 8 (1), 7–12. doi: https://doi.org/10.1177/24551333221130142 [ISSN: 2455-1333]
  • A. Shaban and F. Vermeylen (2023). India’s exports and imports of creative goods and services: Comparison with China, Brazil, and the UK. In A. Shaban, F. Vermeylen and C. Handke (Eds). Creative Industries in India. New York: Routledge. doi: https://doi. org/10.4324/9781003129370 [ISBN: 978-0-367-65424-5]
  • A. Shaban and F. Vermeylen (2023). Size, growth, and geographies of creative industries in India. In A. Shaban, F. Vermeylen and C. Handke (Eds). Creative Industries in India. New York: Routledge. doi: https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003129370 [ISBN: 978-0-367-65424-5]
  • A. Shaban and P. Cadene (2023). Causality between cultural diversity and economic growth in India: Cross-State Study, 1990–1991 through 2017–2018. Society. doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/s12115-023-00833-0 [ISSN: 1936-4725]
  • A. Shaban, A.U. Khan, A. Kundu and V. Motkuri (Eds). (2023). Muslim in Rajasthan: An examination of rising insecurity, vibrant diversity and acute poverty, Hyderabad: All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen and Centre for Development Policy and Practice.
  • A. Shaban, F. Vermeylen and C. Handke (2023). Creative Industries in India (Ed). New York: Routledge. doi: https://doi. org/10.4324/9781003129370 [ISBN: 978-0-367-65424-5]
  • A. Shaban, F. Vermeylen and C. Handke (2023). Introduction. In A. Shaban, F. Vermeylen and C. Handke (Eds). Creative Industries in India. New York: Routledge. doi: https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003129370 [ISBN: 978-0-367-65424-5]
  • A. Shaban, F. Vermeylen and Z. Aboli (2023). Impact of digital technologies and industries on creative industries and its geographies in India. In A. Shaban, F. Vermeylen and C. Handke (Eds). Creative Industries in India. New York: Routledge. doi: https://doi. org/10.4324/9781003129370 [ISBN: 978-0-367-65424-5]
  • Barman Prasun & P. Saikia (2019), (Transcription by Prarthana Saikia), “AAMSUr Pratisthapok Shobhapati Abdul Hai Nagerir Soite Kathupakathon” (Interview with Abdul Hai Nagori, (Former President of All Assam Minority Students Union), (Assamese) Aalap, June 2019. pp. 324-330
  • Barman Prasun & P. Saikia (2023), (Transcription by Prarthana Saikia), “Wholetimerer Moto Kaaj Kore Gelam” Interview with Abdul Hai Nagori, (Former President of A.A.M.S.U. and M.L.A, Assam Legislative Assembly), Ninth Column (Translated into Bengali, March 2019). ISSN 2229-6778, pp. 179-197.
  • Dhaktode, N. (2021). Caste in MGNREGA Works and Social Audits. Economic and Political Weekly, Vol LVI no 2, pp 35- 41.Dhaktode, N. & A. Kumar (2020). Social Accountability in MGNREGA: Institutionalized Social Audit in United Andhra Pradesh, India. International Journal of Governance & Public Policy Analysis, Vol. 02 Issue 01, pp 122-157.
  • Dhaktode, N. (2021). Higher Education in India and Austria: State Approach and Impact on Students from Marginalized Communities. Prabuddha: Journal of Social Equality, 6(1), pp 38-53.
  • Dhaktode, N. (2022). Theory of Culture & Market by Wherry: Caste and Cultural Impact in Indian Market. Contemporary Dalit Voice, Sage Journals, 14(2) pp 224–231
  • Dhaktode, N. (2023). ‘Can Subaltern Speak?’: Discourse Without Considering Caste and Exploitative Institution. Contemporary Dalit Voice, Sage Journals, 1-11.
  • K. Srivastava (2020). Decoding Surrogacy: Mothering in Context of Money and Market. Women’s Link. Volume 27, No. 1. January-March 2020.
  • K. Srivastava (2020). Everyday Activism amid the Pandemic: Civic Associations as Avenues of Hope for the Marginalized. Antipode. September 2020
  • K. Srivastava (2021). Empowerment and Subjugation: Re-conceiving commercial surrogacy as work–labor in India. Asian Journal of Women's Studies, Vol 27, Issue 4. 2021
  • K. Srivastava (2021). Inciting Hopes for the Future: Civic Activism in London, Mumbai, and Paris Amid the Covid-19 Crisis, Metropolitics, June 2021. (Co-Authored with Yardımcı, Gimel & Borday)
  • K. Srivastava (2022). Kamathipura’s Women Demand ‘Work Without Stigma’: Is the Apex Court’s Judgment Enough? Feminism in India.
  • K. Srivastava (2023). Leave, leisure and wellbeing: Reflecting on the lives of Kamathipura’s sex workers, Feminisms in India, Feminism in India.
  • K. Srivastava (2023). The Health Risks for Women in Surrogate Motherhood:  Insights from an ethnographic study in Anand and Gurugram in Springer Handbook of Sex, Gender and Health: Perspectives from South Asia
  • M. Gopal (2022). Book Review. Gaining ground: The changing contours of feminist organising in post-1990s India. Social Change. 52 (4),604–606. doi: https://doi.org/10.1177/00490857221110271 [ISSN: 0049-0857]
  • M. Gopal (2022). Book Review. Smaller citizens: Writings on the making of Indian Citizens. Sociological Bulletin, 71 (3), 471–473. doi: https://doi.org/10.1177/00380229221094400 [ISSN: 0038-0229]
  • M. Gopal and S. Thosar (2023) Exploring connections between the street and the classroom in moving through feminist impasses. In J. Nash and S. Pinto (Eds). Routledge Companion to Intersectionalities. New York: Taylor & Francis. [ISBN: 978-0-367-65265-4]
  • M.K. Jha and A. Shaban (2022). Crushing dreams and livelihoods. https://www.outlookindia.com/magazine/national/crushing- dreams-and-livelihoods-magazine-194985. 7 June.
  • N. Mitra (2023). Femicide in India. In M. Dawson and S.M. Vega (Eds). The Routledge International Handbook of Femicide and Feminicide. Canada: Routledge. [ISBN: 978-1-032-06439-0]
  • P. Chavan and R. Ramakumar (2022). Agricultural credit in India: An account of change and continuity. In R. Ramakumar (Ed). Distressin the Fields: Indian Agriculture After Economic Liberalisation. New Delhi: Tulika Books. [ISBN: 978-8-195-05590-6]
  • P. Ranganathan, S. Tandon, S. Khan, P. Sharma, S. Sharma, G. Mishra, P. Bindhulakshmi, S. Nair, P. Rajputi and C. Caduff (2023). Investigating stigma during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Living conditions, social determinants and experiences of infection among employees at a tertiary referral cancer centre. Journal of Cancer Policy. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jcpo.2023.100412 [ISSN: 2213- 5383]
  • P. Saikia (2018), “Parallel Perspectives in Ethnography and Literature: Reflections from Assamese Literature” in ‘In Between Fiction and Non-Fiction: Reflections on Poetics of Ethnography in Literature and Film’ Ed. Michelangelo Paganopoulos; Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle UK. ISBN (10): 1-5275-0833-1; ISBN (13) 978-1-5275-0833-0, 2018, pp. 73-82
  • P. Saikia (2023), “Citizenship, Nationality, Discord, Accord and Assam: A Political History”, 10 June 2023, Vol. 58 Issue No. 23, Economic and Political Weekly.
  • P. Saikia (2023),, “Assam, a Site of Extraction and the (In)dispensible Others”, May 2023, The Seminar
  • R. Hebbar (2018), Migrants, Vigilants and Violence: A Study of Security Guards in Mumbai. In Ranabir Samaddar Ed, Migrants and the Neoliberal City, Delhi: Orient Blackswan, 2018. ISBN 9789352872909.
  • R. Hebbar (2018), Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve: Reflections from the Field. Sociological Bulletin, 67(3) 1–15, 2018.
  • R. Hebbar (2018),Reframing the Debate: The Tribal Question and Contemporaneity in Savyasaachi, ed, Intractable conflicts in Contemporary India: Narratives and social movements, London & Delhi: Routledge, 2018. ISBN 9781138363717.
  • R. Hebbar (2020),Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve: Reflections from the Field in Manisha Rao, ed, Reframing the environment: Resources, Risk and resistance in neoliberal India, Routledge, London & Delhi, 2020. ISBN 9781138237667 
  • R. Hebbar (2022), Journey from 'Backwardness' to 'Poverty'- Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups in South India, 309-320. IIC Quarterly, Volume 48, Numbers 3 & 4, Winter 2021–Spring 2022. ISSN No: 0376-9771.
  • R. Hebbar (2022),Undoing Historical Injustice? Critical Reflections on India’s Forest Rights Act, 2006, Social Change, 52(4), 491–504, 2022. https://doi.org/10.1177/00490857221125562
  • R. Hebbar (2022). Undoing historical injustice? Critical reflections on india’s forest rights act, 2006. Social Change. 52 (4), 491–504. doi:https://doi.org/10.1177/00490857221125562 [ISSN: 0049-0857]
  • R. Hebbar (2023), Migration, village sociality, and mistrust. Journal of Ethnographic Theory, 13 (1): 68–81, 2023. ISSN: 2575-1433; E-ISSN: 2049-1115 https://doi.org/10.1086/725322
  • R. Hebbar (2023),Instrumental Rationality and the Tribal Question. Seminar, 765 (18-22), 2023. https://www.india-seminar.com/2023/765/765-03%20RITAMBHARA%20HEBBAR.htm
  • R. Hebbar (2023). Instrumental rationality and the tribal question. Seminar, Seminar Magazine main on-line scrolling 2017 (india-seminar.com), 765, 18-22.
  • R. Ramakumar (2022). Distress in the Fields: Indian Agriculture after Economic Liberalization (Ed). New Delhi: Tulika Books. [ISBN: 978-8- 195-05590-6]38
  • R. Ramakumar (2022). Fiscal fetishism and the warped narratives on State finances. https://themorningcontext.com/chaos/fiscal- fetishism-and-the-warped-narratives-on-state-finances. 9 August.
  • R. Ramakumar (2022). Goodbye economic planning. Hello policy anarchy. https://themorningcontext.com/chaos/goodbye- economic-planning-hello-policy-anarchy. 12 July.
  • R. Ramakumar (2022). Introduction: Economic reforms and agricultural policy in India. In R. Ramakumar (Ed). Distress in the Fields: Indian Agriculture After Economic Liberalisation. New Delhi: Tulika Books. [ISBN: 978-8-195-05590-6]
  • R. Ramakumar (2022). The sterile debate on freebies in India. https://themorningcontext.com/chaos/the-sterile-debate-on-freebies- in-india. 13 September.
  • R. Ramakumar (2022). The threat to federalism in agricultural education. https://www.thehindu.com/opinion/op-ed/the-threat-to- federalism-in-agricultural-education/article66162004.ece. 21 November.
  • R. Ramakumar (2023). A budget without a vision for agriculture. https://www.thehindu.com/opinion/op-ed/a-budget-without-a- vision-for-agriculture/article66459888.ece. 2 February.
  • R. Ramakumar (2023). Book Review: Covid-19 Pandemic and economic development: Emerging public policy lessons for Indian Punjab. Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics. 78 (1), 144–147. [ISSN: 0019-5014]
  • R.S. Sreedevi and P. Gopinath (2022). Inter-state migration to kerala: A study on the role of social networking and social capital in the migration process and decision making. IASSI Quarterly Contributions to Indian Social Science. 41 (4), 592–606.
  • S. Banerjee, A. Shaban and S. Chowdhury (2023). Grassroots innovation for transformative social change. In J. Howaldt and C. Kaletka (Eds). Encyclopedia of Social Innovation. UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • S. Chavan (2022). Asamante Virudh Band. In S. Arun (Ed). Ticha Swatantra Ladha. Pune: Sahitya Vishwa Prakashan.
  • S. Chavan (2023). Mala ghadvinare shikshak. https://www.loksatta.com/chaturang/the-teacher-made-me-teacher-god-college-degree-prof-in-the-university-ysh-95-3425845/. 29 January.
  • S. Sattar, A. Shaban and A. Faizee (2023). Mollywood: The rise and fall of a subaltern cinema. In A. Shaban, F. Vermeylen and C. Handke (Eds). Creative Industries in India. New York: Routledge. doi: https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003129370 [ISBN: 978-0-367-65424-5]
  • S. Siva Raju (2022). Welfare and development programmes for older adults in India. In A. Bailey (Eds). Care for older adults in India: Living arrangements and quality of life. Bristol University Press.
  • S. Tewari . Post-Brexit Trade (re)Negotiations: Geopolitical Implications for India, UK and EU (Co-authored with Benjamin Duke) in Language, Literature and Interdisciplinary Studies (LLIDS), 5(2), pp60-87. https://ellids.com/research/volumesissues/archive-5-2/5-2-duke-tewari/
  • S. Tewari (2018). Paper titled Examining Discourses on Social Welfare Policy Governance in Liberalised India with Focus on  Public Health and Education Sectors published in Dynamics of Public Administration, Vol.35 Issue2, July-December, 2018 pp.249-262, Print ISSN:0975-3907. http://www.indianjournals.com/ijor.aspx?target=ijor:dpa&volume=35&issue=2&article=003
  • S. Tewari (2018). Planning for Welfare in Post-liberalisation India: The Challenges of Building Human Capital published with the Journal of Public Affairs and Change, VolI, Issue2, Summer 2018, ISSN:2456-9420. http://www.jpac.in/journalmanagement/index.php/JPAC/article/view/25
  • S. Tewari (2021). Institutional Weak Nodes Revealed in the Pandemic: Migration and Labour Policy Priorities in Indian Federalism Perspectives, Centre for Multilevel Federalism, New Delhi April 15, 2021. https://res.cloudinary.com/jil/image/upload/v1641644404/ISSIN/CMF%20IFP%20Papers/IFP-6.pdf
  • S. Tewari (2022). Women & Digital Entrepreneurship in Urban India: A Road to Economic Empowerment? (Co-authored with Manisha Madhava) in NIFM Journal of Public Financial Management, Volume XIV, No.1, ISSN: 2347-1549.
  • S.E. Ali and P. Gopinath (2022). The empirical study on the role of MSMEs cluster to the local economic development. Delhi Business Review. 23 (2), 55–70. doi: https://doi.org/10.51768/dbr.v23i2.232202206 [ISSN: 0972-222X]

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