1976-1980 (WP 33 – 120)

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N. Krishnaji
Simple Computations for the Liner Expenditure System, February 1976: WP33

Joan Robinson
Accumulation of Capital. June, 1976: WP34

Krishna Bharadwaj
A Special Note on the so-called Technical Relations’ in Agriculture. June, 1976: WP35

T.N. Krishnan
Demographic Transition in Kerala. July, 1976: WP36

Mridul Eapen
Consumption of Cotton Textiles: Certain Emerging Trends. August, 1976: WP37

I.S. Gulati
International Monetary Reforms. August, 1976: WP38

I.S. Gulati
Centre-State Financial Relations: Reassessment of an Old Model. August, 1976: WP39

P.G.K. Panikar, Joan Robinson
Agriculture in Palghat District -Some Preliminary Findings of a Socio-Economic Enquiry.October, 1976: WP40

N. Krishnaji Et.Al.
Economics of Inter and Mixed Cropping in the Coconut Gardens of Kerala: Some Preliminary Findings. October, 1976: WP41

K.N. Raj
Village India and its Political Economy. November, 1976: WP42

A.V. Jose
The Origin of Trade Unionism Among the Agricultural Labourers. November, 1976: WP43

Leela Gulati
Sex Discrimination in Farm Wages. November, 1976: WP44

P.G.K. Panikar
Adam Smith on Education and Investment in Human Capital. November, 1976: WP45

K.R. Ranadive
The Wealth of Nations-Vision and Conceptualisation.December, 1976: WP46

N. Krishnaji
Fluctuations in Agricultural Output: A Methodological Exploration. April, 1977: WP47

A. Vaidyanathan
Indian Economy: Performance and Prospects. April, 1977: WP48

K. Narayanan Nair
Investment in Drought Animals in Agrarian Economics – A Case Study of Kerala. April. 1977: WP49

I.S. Gulati
Interim Measures in International Finance and Development. April, 1977: WP50

A. Vaidyanathan
Aspects of India’s Bovine Economy: Some Preliminary Results. May, 1977: WP51

Leela Gulati
Impact of the Occupational Structure on the Status and Roles of Women. August, 1977: WP52

Leela Gulati
Profile of a Female Agricultural Labourer.August, 1977: WP53

A. Vaidyanathan
Performance and Prospects of Crop Production in India. August, 1977: WP54

Leela Gulati
Profile of a Brick Worker. August, 1977: WP55

A. Vaidyanathan, A.V. Jose
Absorption of Human Labour in Agriculture: Comparative Study of Some Asian Countries. September 1977: WP56

V. Sankaranarayanan
Urbanisation in Kerala and Tamil Nadu. October, 1977: WP57

A.V.Jose
Growth and Fluctuations in Indian Agriculture 1956-57 to 1972-73,November 1977. WP58

A.V.Jose,A. Vaidyanathan
Constraints on Growth and Policy Options: A reply to T.N.Srinivasan’s Comments. December, 1977: WP59

Joan Robinson
The Labour Theory of Value as an Analytical System. January, 1978: WP60

I.S. Gulati, K.K. George
Inter-State Redistribution through Budgetary Transfers. January, 1978: WP61

K. Narayanan Nair, A. Vaidyanathan
Inter-State Differences in Milk Consumption in India: A Preliminary Analysis.February, 1978: WP62

A.V. Jose
Real Wages, Employment and Income of Agricultural Labourers in India. February, 1978: WP63

I.S. Gulati
Indirect Tax Reform. February, 1978: WP64

N. Krishnaji Et.Al.
Village Mutathody. March, 1978: WP65

I.S. Gulati
Centre-State Finance Relations – An Issue States Must Squarely Face. March, 1978: WP66

P.G.K. Panikar
Employment, Income and Food Intake among Selected Agricultural Labour Households. April, 1978: WP67

John Kurien
Towards an Understanding of the Fish Economy of Kerala State. May, 1978: WP68

Leela Gulati
Sterilisation and Family Planning. May, 1978: WP69

I.S.Gulati, K.K. George
Inter-State Redistribution through Institutional Finance. June, 1978: WP70

K.P. Kannan
Economic Evaluation of a Land Development Project in a Water Logged Area. July, 1978: WP71

A.Vaidyanathan
Labour use in Agriculture: An Analysis based on Farm Management Data. August, 1978: WP72

C.P. Chandrasekhar
Investment, Technical Change and the Differential Performance of Firms in the Cotton Textiles Industry in India. August, 1978: WP73

Leela Gulati
Family Planning in a Squatter Settlement in Kerala. September, 1978: WP74

P.G.K. Panikar
Multinational Enterprise in Pharmaceutical Industry and Less Developed Countries. October, 1978: WP75

K. Narayanan Nair
Milk Production in Kerala: An Analysis of the Past Trends and Future Prospects. October, 1978: WP76

K.P. Kannan
Employment, Wages and Conditions of Work in the Cashew Processing Industry. October, 1978: WP77

N.Shanta
Size and profitability in the Corporate Sector.January, 1979: WP78

Mridul Eapen
Some Aspects of the Unemployment Problem in Kerala. January, 1979: WP79

N. Krishnaji
Agrarian Relations and the Left Movement in Kerala:A Note on Recent Trends. January, 1979: WP80

Leela Gulati
Age of Marriage of Women and Population Growth: The Kerala Experience. February, 1979: WP81

P.Sivanandan
Caste, Class and Economic Opportunity in Kerala: An Empirical Analysis. February, 1979: WP82

Ashok V.Desai
The Impact of the Rise in Oil Prices in India.February, 1979: WP83

Ashok V.Desai
The Origin and Direction of Industrial Research and Development in India. February, 1979: WP84

N. Krishnaji
Notes on Agrarian Structure and Family Formation.March, 1979: WP85

I.S. Gulati
International Monetary Development and the Third World: A Proposal to Redress the Imbalance. March, 1979: WP86

K.P. Kannan
Socio-Economic and Ecological Consequence of Water Control Projects – The Case of Kuttanad in Kerala (India). March, 1979: WP87

K.N. Raj
Keynesian Economics and Agrarian Economics. March, 1979: WP88

K. Narayanan Nair
To Bucher or to Butcher – An Analysis of some issues Concerning Cattle Holdings; Milk and Meat Production in Kerala. March, 1979: WP89

I.S. Gulati
Inadequacy of Present Arrangement and New Proposals:Compensatory Financing. April, 1979: WP90

Ashok V.Desai
The Impact of the Rise in Oil Prices in India (revised Working Paper No.83). May, 1979: WP91

I.S.Gulati
Centre State Financial Relations: A Stocktaking. June, 1969: WP92

A.V.Jose
Trade Union Movement Among Agricultural Labourers in Kerala: The Case of Kuttanad Regions. July, 1979: WP93

Chandan Mukherjee, Sujana Bai
Lorentz Ratios for Distribution of Rural Ownership and Operational Land Holdings, India 1971-72. July, 1979: WP94

A.Vaidyanathan, K. Narayanan Nair
A Comment on “Questions in the Sacred Cow Controversy”. August, 1979: WP95

Ashok V.Desai
US Corporations as Investors in India: A Study of their Experience 1955-1978: September, 1979: WP96

Ashok V.Desai
Energy Output and Consumption in India: A Methodological Review. November, 1979: WP97

K.N. Raj
Recent Economic Trends in India and Prospective Changes in Development Strategy. November, 1979: WP98

Leela Gulati
Profiles in Poverty: A Study of Five Poor Working Women. November, 1979: WP99

A.Vaidyanathan
On Analysing Agricultural Growth. December, 1979: WP100

I.S.Gulati
Oil Prices and World Monetary Scene.January,1980: WP101

Leela Gulati
Child Labour in Kerala’s Coir Industry – Study of a Few Selected Villages. February, 1980: WP102

Chandan Mukherjee, A. Vaidyanathan
Growth and Fluctuations in Foodgrains’ Yields per Hectare: A State-wise Analysis. February, 1980: WP103

V. Sankaranarayanan
Inter-state Variations in Rural Non Agricultural Employment: Some Tentative Results.February, 1980: WP104

Sudipto Mundle
Inter Sectoral Resource Transfers: Reply to a Critique. February, 1980: WP105

Thomas Isaac, K.P. Kannan, John Kurien, Sudipto Mundle, P.G.K. Panikar, K.N.Raj, A. Vaidyanathan
Some Notes on Possibilities of Decentralised Development in Kerala. March, 1980: WP106

Mihir Shah
On the Development of Capitalism in Agriculture.March, 1980: WP107

A. Vaidyanathan, K. Narayanan Nair, Marvin Harris
Bovine Sex and Species Rations in India. March, 1980: WP108

A. Vaidyanathan
Influence of Weather on Crop Yields: A Review of Agro-meteorologists Research. April, 1980: WP109

I.S. Gulati
The New Substitution Account Proposal: An Assessment. April, 1980: WP110

P.G.K. Panikar
Inter Regional Variation in Calorie Intake. April, 1980: WP111

I.S.Gulati, S.K. Bansal
Export Obligation, Technology Transfer and Foreign Collaboration in Electronics. May, 1980: WP112

Ashoka Mody
Inter-Sectoral Resources Transfers – A reply to a Reply. June, 1980: WP113

N. Shanta
Population Estimates for the Corporate Sector – An Alternative Method. September, 1980: WP114

Mridul Eapen
Trends in Public Sector Employment and Earnings.September, 1980: WP115

P.G.K. Panikar
Recent Trends in the Area Under and Production of Rice in Kerala. September, 1980: WP116

Ashoka Mody
Population Growth and Commercialisation of Agriculture: India 1890-1940. October, 1980: WP117

Sudipto Mundle
Technology, Labour Intensity and the Organisation of Industrial Production: A Tentative Comparison of India and Japan. November, 1980: WP118

Sudipto Mundle
Inter-sectoral Resource Transfers: Some Further Remarks. December, 1980: WP119

A. Vaidyanathan
Unemployment and Wages in an Agrarian Economy. December, 1980: WP120

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