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1“Reaching credit to the marginal farmers” in Gopal K. Kadekodi & Brinda Viswanathan (ed.) Agricultural Development, Rural Institutions, and Economic Policy, Essays for A. Vaidyanathan, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 2009.Rangarajan, C.2016
2“Commodity futures in India: analysis of convenience yields in select commodities”, basel l and basel ll compliance issues for banks in India in the macroeconomics and finance in emerging market economies” on first article 25 Jun 2012, pages 1-18 published by routledge.Banerjee S.2012
3“Climate change – adaptation and mitigation policies in India”, in D.K. Srivastava and U. Sankar (ed.), development and public finance: Essays in honour of Prof. Raja J. Chelliah, Sage Publications, Delhi“Climate Change – Adaptation and Mitigation Policies in India”, in D.K. Srivastava and U. Sankar (ed.), Development and Public Finance: Essays in Honour of Prof. Raja J. Chelliah, Sage Publications, Delhi2012
4“Health impact of sanitation in India” in potable water and sanitation, edited by Joel M. Mcmann, pp. 37-75, nova science publishers, USA, 2012Purohit Brijesh C.2012
5“On the political economy of fiscal imbalances in India” in ‘development and public finance: essays in honour of Raja J. Chelliah’ co-edited with Dr. U. Sankar, published by sage publications, India.Srivastava, D.K. 2012
6“Multidisciplinary research: Challenges and opportunities, in M.V.Nadkarni and R.S Deshpande (Eds), social science research, ISEC and academic foundation.Sankar, U. 2011
7“Environmentally sound technologies for sustainable development of India, in Raj Kumar Sen (ed), environment and sustainable development, deep & deep publications, Delhi.Sankar, U. 2011
8“Innovation and enterprise development”, special issue of the journal “science, technology and society”.Siddharthan N S and S R Hashim (Guest Editors) 2011
9“Thirteenth finance commission: Core issues and new challenges” in Praveen Jha (ed.) towards A progressive fiscal policy’, sage publications.Srivastava, D.K.2011
10“Female labour mobility and urban employment in India”, in migration, health and development, S. Lahiri, B. Paswan and K. C. Das (eds.) Rawat Publications, Jaipur: 2011Viswanathan Brinda and K. Shanti2011
11“Indian commodity market derivatives & risk management-the road ahead”, published in the indian commodity markets : Derivatives and risk management “ ed P.Palanichamy and V.Shumugum pondicherry university and multi commodity exchange MCX of India, serial publishers.Banerjee S. 2010
12“Currency futures trading in India : A perspective” in crossing borders global prospects, new perspectives and emerging agendas: A perspective in studies in economic transformation and public policy Athenian, (eds.) Bala Batavia ,Nandakumar and Cheik Wague, the policy forum and IIMK March 2011.Banerjee S. and A. Deivanai2010
13“Privatising social opportunity: Trends and implications for higher education in India”, in Sengupta, Chandan and Stuart Corbridge (Eds) democracy, development and decentralization in India: continuing debates, Pg. 247-282, Routledge, New Delhi.Chakrabarthi Anindita2010
14“Growth and human development” (co-author S. Ray), backwaters of development, (edited by S. Ray), Oxford University Press.Chauduri, Kausik2010
15“Efficient and effective solid waste management in West Bengal, India: The role of the choice experiment method in improving public health’ as a book chapter in “choice experiments in developing countries: implementation, challenges and policy implications” edited by Prof. Jeff Bennett and Dr Ekin Birol (Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd).Das Sukanya, Birol E and Bhattacharya R.N2010
16“Two episodes in the reform process” (written in honour of Mr. Montek Singh Ahluwalia) India’s economy, academic foundation, February.Rangarajan, C.2010
17“The performance of indian and chinese software firms”, in N S Siddharthan and K Narayanan (Eds), (2010) Indian and chinese enterprises: global trade, technology and investment regimes, routledge, New Delhi and London, 74-101.
“The performance of Indian and Chinese software firms”, in N S Siddharthan and K Narayanan (Eds), (2010) Indian and Chinese Enterprises: Global trade, Technology and Investment regimes, Routledge, New Delhi and London, 74-101.
18Fiscal policy rules: impact and assessment in Pulin B.Nayak, B. Goldar, and Pradeep Agrawal (ed.) “India’s economy and growth, essays in honour of V.K.R.V. Rao”, centenary conference volume, sage publications, New Delhi.Srivastava, D.K. 2010
19“Dr. R. J. Chelliah: A Tribute” in Chelliah, R.J. eradicating poverty in India and essays on fiscal reform, sage publications, India.Srivastava, D.K. 2010
20“Changes in adult heights: Comparing Tamil Nadu with Punjab” in population dynamics and human development: opportunities and challenges- vol. I, T. Lakshmanasamy (Ed), Bookwell, Delhi.Viswanathan Brinda2010
21“Trade liberalization and internal female migration in India” in population dynamics and human development: opportunities and challenges- vol. II, T. Lakshmanasamy (Ed), Bookwell, Delhi: 2010.Viswanathan Brinda and K. Shanti2010
22“Technological efforts and export performance of IT firms in India”, in N.S. Siddharthan, K. Narayanan (Eds.) indian and chinese enterprises: global trade, technology and investment regimes, New Delhi: Routledge pp. 241-269. [ISBN: 978-0-415-56316-1].Bhat S. and K. Narayanan2009
23“Revenue-expenditure nexus of southern states: some policy oriented econometric observations (co-author B. Sengupta), finance commission: Issues of the southern states (edited by D.K. Srivastava, K.R. Shanmugam and C. B. Rao), 227-245, Madras School of Economics..Chauduri, Kausik2009
24“Indo-China border trade through nathu La: Prospects for growth and investment in Sikkim” In Jayanta Kumar Ray, Rakhee Bhattacharya and Kausik Bandhyopadyay (eds.), Sikkim’s Tryst With Nathu La: what awaits India’s east and northeast? , pp. 43-66, Anshah Publishing House, Delhi.Elumalai K.2009
25“Climate change: negotiations and adaptation policy”, in Kanchan Chopra and Vikram Dayal (ed.) Handbook of environmental economics, oxford university pressKavi Kumar, K.S. 2009
26“Monetary management: The changing framework” in V. Pandit and K.R. Shanmugam (ed.) Theory, measurement and policy, academic foundation, New Delhi.Rangarajan, C. 2009
27“On the objectives of monetary policy” in T.N. Ninan (ed.), India 2009, business standard books, New Delhi, January 2009.Rangarajan, C. 2009
28“Ecology, environment and sustainable development in indian fiscal federalism” in D.K.Srivastava, K.R.Shanmugam and C. Bhujanga Rao (eds) finance commission issues of the southern states, Madras School of Economics, Chennai,.Sankar, U. 2009
29“Designing fiscal transfers: A normative approach” in finance commission issues of the southern states, (ed) D.K. Srivastava, K.R. Shanmugam and Bhujanga Rao.Shanmugam, K.R. and D.K. Srivastava2009
30“FDI, determinants, constraints and impact: India – China comparison”, in Manmohan Agarwal (ed), India’s economic future, social science press, New Delhi, 2009, (pages 71-102).Siddharthan N S 2009
31“Issues before the thirteenth finance commission: An overview”, in D.K.Srivastava, K.R. Shanmugam, and C. Bhujanga Rao (eds.) ‘Finance commission: issues of the southern states’, Madras School of Economics.Srivastava, D.K. 2009
32“Designing transfers: A normative approach (with K.R. Shanmugam) in Srivastava et al, op.citSrivastava, D.K.2009
33“Designing general and specific purpose transfers: An integrated approach (with Richa Saraf) in Srivastava et al, op. citSrivastava, D.K.2009
34“Inter-State imbalances in essential services: some perspectives (with C. Bhujanaga Rao) in Srivastava et al, op.citSrivastava, D.K. 2009
35“Debt management in states: emerging issues”, Rao, M.G, and Anwar Shah (eds.) “fiscal management and regional equity: An overview”, oxford university press.Srivastava, D.K.2009
36“Indian manufacturing: The road ahead’, chapter in South Asian perspectives, published by macmillan publishers for institute of south asian studies, National University of Singapore.Thomas, Jayan Jose 2009
37“Perplexed in the tangled roots of the busy beaver’s ways”, in agent-based economics: theory, languages and experiments (eds.) Francesco Luna, Alessandro Perrone and Pietro Terna, Routledge.Velupillai, Kumaraswamy 2009
38“Agricultural development, rural institutions and economic policy: Essays in honour of professor A Vaidyanathan”, Oxford University Press, 2009.“Agricultural Development, Rural Institutions and Economic Policy: Essays in Honour of Professor A Vaidyanathan”, Oxford University Press, 2009.2009
39“Technological strategies and firm characteristics: A study of Indian basic chemical industry”, in Keilbach, M., Jagannadha P.T. and Audretsch, D.B. (Eds.) sustaining entrepreneurship and economic growth: Lessons in policy and industry innovations from Germany and India (pp.169-188), New York: Springer Verlag.Bhat, Savita, and K. Narayanan2008
40“Structure and behavior of IT firms in India”, in Chandra A. and Khanijo, M.K. (Eds.) Knowledge economy: The indian challenge (pp. 33-44), New Delhi, SAGE Publications India Pvt. Ltd.Bhat Savita and K. Narayanan2008
41“Vulnerability to globalization in India: Relative rankings of states using fuzzy models” Machiko Nissanke and Erik Thorbecke (Eds.) Globalization and the poor in Asia: Can shared growth be sustained?, Palgrave Macmillan.Kavi Kumar, K.S. and B. Viswanathan2008
42“Efficiency of health care system: A sub-state level analysis for West Bengal (India)”, review of urban and regional development studies, 20-3, 20th anniversary special issue, black well publishing, Singapore.Purohit Brijesh C.2008
43“The rupee goes farther in space”, innovative India rises, Medialand, London 2008.Sankar U., L.K. Sharma (ed) 2008
44“Determinants of R&D: Lessons from literature”, in S R Hashim, K S Chalapati Rao, K V K Ranganathan and M R Murthy (eds.) ‘Indian Industrial development and globalization, academic foundtaion, New Delhi.Siddharthan, N.S. 2008
45“High tech industries, employment and global competitiveness”, routledge, London, New York and New Delhi, i-xi, 1-268Siddharthan N S and S R Hashim (Eds) 2008
46“Automobile clusters in India: Evidence from Chennai and the national capital region,” in Akifumi Kuchiki and Masatsugu Tsuji (eds.), the flowchart approach to industrial cluster policy, London: Palgrave-Macmillan, pp. 109-144. 2008, (Chapter 5)Siddharthan N S and Aya Okada2008
47“Software and hardware firms in India and China: How they differ”, S.R. Hashim and N. S. Siddharthan ed, high tech industries, employment and global competitiveness, routledge, London, New Yoark and New Delhi, 2008, 17-42Siddharthan N. S., and Stanley Nollen2008
48“MNEs, product differentiation, skills and employment: Lessons from the indian experience”, S.R. Hashim and N. S. Siddharthan ed, high tech industries, employment and global competitiveness, routledge, London, New Yoark and New Delhi, 2008, 165-179.Siddharthan N. S.and B L Pandit2008
49“Fiscal decentralization at the sub-state level in India: Some lessons from Kerala” M. Oommen (ed.) “fiscal decentralization to local governments in India, cambridge scholars Publications, LondonSrivastava, D.K. 2008
50“Approach of the twelfth finance commission: An insider’s view” Singh, A.K. (ed.) twelfth finance commission, recommendations and their implications for the state finances, APH publishersSrivastava, D.K. 2008
51“Innovation in India and China: Challenges and prospects in pharmaceuticals and biotechnology’, chapter in Parayil, Govindan and D’Costa, Anthony P. (eds.), The new asian innovation dynamics: China and India in perspective, Palgrave Macmillan Ltd. , Basingstoke, UK.Thomas, Jayan Jose,2008
52“A perspective on a Hicksian Non-linear theory of the trade cycle in: markets, money and capital: Hicksian economics for the 21st century, chapter 18, pp. 328-345 edited by Roberto Scazzieri, Amartya Sen & Stefano Zamagni, Cambridge University.Velupillai K. 2008
53“Vulnerability to globalization in India: Relative rankings of states using fuzzy models”, Machiko Nissanke and Erik Thorbecke (Eds.) globalization and the poor in Asia: Can shared growth be sustained?, palgrave macmillanViswanathan Brinda and K.S.Kavi Kumar2008
54“Living conditions of women”, Bjorn Lomborg (Ed.) solving the world’s problems – the benefits and costs, Cambridge University Press.Viswanathan Brinda2008
55“Changing pattern of undernutrition in India: A comparative analysis across regions”, Shabd S. Acharya, Benjamin Davis, and Basudeb Guha-Khasnobis (eds.) Food security: Indicators, measurement, and the impact of trade and openness, UNU-WIDER studies in development economics, Oxford University Press.Viswanathan Brinda and J. V. Meenakshi2008
56“Industrial clusters in India: evidence from automobile clusters in Chennai and the national capital region”, discussion paper 103, institute of developing economies, Japan, April 2007, 1-107.Siddharthan N S and Aya Okada2007
57“The impossibility of an effective theory of policy in a complex economy”, in complexity hints for policy, (eds.) David Colander and Massimo Salzano, Springer-Verlag, Berlin and New York.Velupillai, Kumaraswamy2007
58“Energy conservation: An overview”, energy conservation: Concepts and applications, ICFAI University Press, November.Kavi Kumar, K.S.2006
59“Financial and economic sustainability: Public-private partnership”, Water and sanitation: Institutional changes in India, IDPAD-Manohar.Sankar U., C. Sijbesma and M.P. van Dijk (eds.) 2006
60Sankar U., C. Sijbesma and M.P. van Dijk (eds.) ,Sankar U., S. Tendulkar, A. Mitra, K. Narayanan and D.K. Das (eds.) 2006
61State level fiscal reforms in India (2006) in 2 volumes indian economic association (contains selected papers presented in the 82nd Indian Economic Conference, held in Thiruanathapuram, Deep and Deep Publications, New Delhi.Srivastava, D.K. (co-edited with Prof. M.Nararsimhulu) 2006
62“Growth after reforms” a passage to New India, edited by V.S. Arunachalam and Ashok Sarath, CSTEP, BangaloreSrivastava, D.K. 2006
63“Rural and urban water supply: status and challenges” water policy in India: Context, issues and options (ed.) R.Maria Saleth, RFF Press.Appasamy, Paul P.2005
64“Is India running out of water? the Simon-Kahn approach to sustainable water management”, keeping the water flowing: understanding the role of institutions, incentives, economics and entrepreneurship, (eds.) Barun Mitra, Kendra Okonski and Mohit Satyanand liberty institute: Academic foundation.Appasamy, Paul P. 2005
65“Structural issues of empowerment under micro-finance” in microfinance challenges: Empowerment or disempowerment of the poor, (ed.) Isabelle Geurin and Jane Palier, Institut Francais de Pondicherry.Banerjee S. and S. J. S. Swamidoss2005
66“Investor’s decision behavior and post-issue performance of firms under alternative regulatory regimes” in topics in applied economics tools, issues and institutions, a feschrift volume for Prof. U Sankar, (ed.) G. .Mythili and R.Hema, Academic Foundation, New Delhi.Banerjee S. 2005
67“Empowering the indian power sector: A road map”, in the edited volume topics in applied economics: tools, issues and institutions, (eds.), academic foundation, new Delhi.Mythili G. and R. Hema2005
68“Issues in indian public finance” new century publications, New Delhi.Srivastava, D.K2005
69Interview based article: The middle income class: India’s new economic powerhouse, focus discussion feature, focus, central bank of IndiaSrivastava, D.K. 2005
70“A primer on the tools and concepts of computable economics”, in computability, complexity and constructivity in economic analysis, (ed.) K. Vela Velupillai (Chapter VII), Blackwell Publishers, Oxford.Velupillai, Kumaraswamy2005
71“Managing conflict in the Bhavani river basin” in managing water scarcity: experience and prospects (eds.) A.Vaidyanathan and H.M.Oudshoorn, Manohar Publications.Appasamy, Paul P. 2004
72“Economic benefit-cost analysis of a proposed solid waste resource recovery plant” in case studies of environmental economics in India (ed.) Gopal Kadekodi, Oxford University Press.Appasamy, Paul P.2004
73“Clean development mechanism: Issues and options”, in India and global climate change: perspectives on economics and policy from a developing country, (eds.) M.A. Toman, U. Chakravorty and S. Gupta, Ox ford University PreBabu, P.G., K.S. Kavi Kumar and Saha, B.2004
74“Climate change impacts on India”, India and global climate change: perspectives on economics and policy from a developing country, (eds.) M.A. Toman, U. Chakravorty and S. Gupta, Oxford University Press.Kavi Kumar, K.S. 2004
75“Clean development mechanism: Issues and options”, in India and global climate change: perspectives on economics and policy from a developing country, (eds.) M.A. Toman, U. Chakravorty and S. Gupta, Ox ford University Press.Kavi Kumar, K.S., Babu, P.G., and Saha, B 2004
76“Pollution control in tanneries” in Gopal Kadekodi (ed.) environmental economics in practice, Oxford University Press, New Delhi.Sankar, U.2004
77“Government subsidies in India: issues and approach” in fiscal policies and sustainable growth in India, (eds.) E M Favaro and A. K. Lahiri, Oxford University Press, New Delhi.Srivastava, D. K. and C. Bhujanga Rao2004
78“Hicksian visions and vignettes on (Non-Linear) trade cycle theories”, in the proceedings of the conference, (eds.) Roberto Scazzieri and Stefano Zamagni.Velupillai, Kumaraswamy (ed.) 2004
79“Rational expectations equilibria: A recursion theoretic tutorial”, in macroeconomic theory and economic policy – essays in honour of Jean-Paul Fitoussi, Routledge, London.Velupillai, Kumaraswamy (ed.) 2004
80“The Consummate macroeconomist: Jean-Paul Fitoussi”, in Macroeconomic theory and economic policy – essays in honour of Jean-Paul Fitoussi, Routledge, London.Velupillai, Kumaraswamy (ed.)2004
81“Dimensions and approaches to third world city water security”, a special issue of philosophical transactions of Royal Society, 358, pp 1985-1996.Appasamy, Paul P., Jan Lundqvist, and Prakash Nelliyat2003
82“Reducing poverty through state-level reforms” in state-level reforms in India, Stephen Howes, Ashok K. Lahiri and Nicholas Stern (eds.), Macmillan India Ltd., New DelhiChelliah, Raja J. 2003
83“Forest carbon balance in India, opportunities and costs of increased sequestration”, in climate change economics and policy: Indian perspectives, resources for the future, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore.Haripriya, Gundimeda2003
84“What do we know about the fuel wood scenario in India” chapter in the edited proceedings fuel wood – crisis or balance, Goteborg University, Sweden.Haripriya, Gundimeda and G. Kohlin2003
85“Impact of economic development and urbanization on coastal zones” in coastal urban environment, (eds.) R. Ramesh and S. Ramachandran, Capital Publishers, New Delhi“.Kavi Kumar, K.S.2003
86“Dimensions and approaches to third world city water security” for a special issue of philosophical transactions of royal society, 358, pp 1985-1996.Lundqvist, Jan, Paul. P Appasamy and Prakash Nelliyat2003
87“Dynamics of debt accumulation in India: Impact of primary deficit, growth and interest rate”, in economic developments in India, (eds.), Raj Kapila and Uma Kapila.Rangarajan, C. and D.K. Srivastava2003
88“Development and democracy: An introduction to the debates”, in development and democracy: New perspectives on an old debate, university press of New England, Hanover, NH. Sankar, U. (2012), “Issues in Design and Implementation of Carbon Tax System in India, Development and Public Finance: Essays in Honour of Raja J. Chelliah’ co-edited with Dr. D.K. Srivastava, published by Sage Publications, India.Ramaswamy, Sunder and Jeffrey W. Cason (ed.)2003
89“Economic liberalization, environmental policy in India and globalization”, in economic globalization, (ed.) Clem Tisdell and Rajkumar Sen, Edward Elgar.Sankar, U. 2003
90“Landmarks in the development of economics during the 20th century” in landmarks in development of social sciences, (ed.) M.V. Nadkarni, Allied Publishers.Sankar, U.2003
91“Technical efficiency measures for single and multiple output technologies” in algorithms and artificial systems, (ed.) P. Thangavel, Allied Publishers Private Limited.Shanmugam, K.R. and T. Lakshmanasamy2003
92“Sustainable development of Tamil Nadu: A critique” in data, models and policies (ed.) V. Pandit, et al., proceedings of the 38th annual conference of the indian econometric society.Appasamy, Paul P.2002
93“Urbanization and intersectoral competition for water”, finding the source: The linkage between population and water, ECSP publication, Woodrow Wilson international centre for scholars, Washington D.C.Appasamy, Paul P. and Meinzen-Dick, Ruth2002
94“Non-Tariff barriers” in international trade and the WTO (ICFAI: India), (eds.) M.R. Jayaswal and K.S. Sujit, ICFAI India.Banik, N.2002
95“Some aspects of inter district disparities in Tamil Nadu” data, models and policies (eds.) V. Pandit, et al., the indian econometric society, pp.120-139.Chelliah, Raja J. and K.R. Shanmugam2002
96“Urbanization and intersectoral competition for water” in finding the source: the linkage between population and water, ECSP publication, Woodrow Wilson international centre for scholars, Washington D.C.Meinzen-Dick, Ruth and Appasamy Paul. P.2002
97“Social capital and well-being in developing countries: An introduction”, in social capital and economic development: well-being in developing countries, (ed.) Jonathan Isham, Thomas Kelly and Sunder Ramaswamy, Edward Elgar Publishers, Cheltenham, U.K.Ramaswamy, Sunder, Jonathan Isham and Thomas Kelly2002
98“On the design and enforcement of fiscal instruments for pollution control in India”, in development, poverty and fiscal policy – decentralisation of institution, (ed.) Govinda Rao, Festschrift in honour of Raja J. Chelliah, Oxford University Press.Sankar, U. 2002
99“Standards and incentives regime for prevention and control of industrial pollution”, in environmental economics in India, (ed.) G. Gupta and J. Roy, Allied Publishers.Sankar, U. 2002
100“India” in intergovernmental fiscal transfers in Asia: Current practice and challenges for the future, smoke, (ed.) Paul and Yun-Hwan Kim Asian development bank, ManilaSrivastava, D.K.2002
101“Demystifying Induction and Falsification: Trans-Popperian Suggestions”. Atti Del convegno: “Popper centennial hosted by the government of Austria and the irish”, academy of sciences, settembre, 2002. Note: Induction, metaphysics and economic methodology: reflection on popperian themes edited by Tom Boylan and Pascal O’Gorman, Routledge, London.Velupillai K.2002
102“Rational ways of increasing tax revenues in India”, conference on inter- governmental fiscal transfers for equitable in-country growth, conducted by the asian development bank, New Delhi.Chelliah, Raja J2001
103“Indian agriculture and climate sensitivity”, global environmental change, vol. 11, no.2.Kavi Kumar, K.S. and J. Parikh2001
104“Socio-economic impacts of climate change on indian agriculture”, international review of environmental strategies, vol. 2, no.2.Kavi Kumar, K. S. and J. Parikh2001
105“Agricultural price policy”, in indian economy agenda for the 21st century, (eds.) R.K. Sen and B. Chatterjee, Deepa Deep Publications, Delhi.Sankar, U.2001
106“A comparative study of technical efficiency of farms in Bihar, Karnataka, Punjab and Tamilnadu: The random coefficients approach” in accelerating growth through globalization of indian agriculture, (eds.) K. P. Kalirajan, et. al., Macmillan India Ltd.Shanmugam, K.R.2001
107“Evolution of stock exchanges, their regulation and experiences of some developed and emerging markets” in themes on Economic development, (ed.) Joyshree Roy and Manash R. Gupta, Allied Publishers and Jadavpur University, Calcutta.Banerjee S.2000
108“Cotton textile industry in India”, in the wake of MFA phase-Out RGICS international economic relations series no.9, New Delhi.Banik N. 2000
109“Fiscal federalism in India: contemporary challenges” in issues before the eleventh finance commission (ed.) D.K. Srivastava, NIPFP, New Delhi.Chelliah, Raja J.2000
110“Power sector: present status and some policy issues” in development experiences in the indian economy, (ed.) P.R. Brahmananda and V.R. Panchamukhi, IEA Trust Publication.Sankar, U.2000
111“Fragmentation of states and criteria-based fiscal transfers in India”, in fiscal federalism in India: contemporary challenges, Har-Anand Publications Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, pp. 130-146.Srivastava, D.K. (ed.)2000
112“Fiscal federalism in India: Issues before the eleventh finance commission, in fiscal federalism in India: Contemporary Challenges, Har-Anand Publications Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, pp. 55-88.Srivastava, D.K. (ed.)2000
113“Undecidability, computation universality and minimality in economic dynamics”, in surveys in economic dynamics (eds.) Donald A. R. George, Les Oxley and Simon Potter, Blackwell Publishers, Oxford.Velupillai, Kumaraswamy2000
114“Liberalisation, economic reforms and centre-state relations” in India’s economic reforms and development – essays for Manmohan Singh, (ed.) Isher Ahluwalia and I.M.D. Little, Oxford University Press.Chelliah, Raja J. 1998
115“Value adding governance”, India look ahead, ASSOCHAM, New Delhi.Chelliah, Raja J.1998
116“India case study”, public finance restructuring for sustainable development in emerging Market economies, (ed) Therasa Bradley, World Resources Institute, Washington.Sankar, U., G. Mythili,. and V. Anuradha1998
117“Econometric applications in agricultural economics”, in econometric applications in India, (ed.) K.L. Krishna, Oxford University Press, (Paperback, 1999).Sankar, U. ,1997
118“Consumption of domestic fuels in rural households of Tamil Nadu” in towards commercialization of clean energy (ed.) by A. N. Rao, R. Sethumadhavan and G. Karthikeyan, pp. 450-55.Shanmugam, K.R. and S.C. Bhattacharya1997
119“Compensating wage differences in the indian labor market” economics of human behavior: essays in honour of Prof. A.M. Nalla Gounden (ed.) by T. Lakshmanasamy and T. M. Srinivasan, Allied Publishers.Shanmugam, K.R. 1997