1996-2000 (WP 265 – 310)

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Amitabh
Estimation of the Affordability of Land for Housing Purposes in Lucknow City, Uttar Pradesh (India):1970-1990, March 1996: WP265

K. Pushpangadan, G. Murugan and K. Navaneetham
Travel Time, User rate & Cost of Supply: Drinking Water in Kerala, India: June 1996: WP266

K.J Joseph
Structural Adjustment in India: A Survey of RecentStudies & Issues for Further Research, June 1996: WP267

D. Narayana
Asian Fertility Transition is Gender Equity in Formal Occupations, An Explanatory Factor? October, 1996: WP268

D. Narayana and Saikat Sinharoy
Import and Domestic Production of Capital Goods from Substitution to Complementarity, October 1996: WP269

Achin Chakraborty
On the Possibility of a Weighting System for Functioinings, December 1996: WP270

Srijit Mishra
Production and Grain Drain in two inland Region of Orissa, December 1996: WP271

Sunil Mani
Divestment and Public Sector Enterprise Reforms, Indian Experience Since 1991 February 1997: WP272

Robert. E. Evenson, K. J Joseph
Foreign Technology Licensing in Indian Industry: An Econometric Analysis of the choice of Partners, Terms of Contract and the Effect on Licensees’ performance March 1997: WP273

K. Pushpangadan and G. Murugan
User Financing & Collecting action: Relevance sustainable Rural Water Supply in India. March 1997: WP274

G. Omkarnath
Capabilities and the Process of Development March 1997: WP275

V. Santhakumar
Institutional Lock-in in Natural Resource Management: The Case of Water Resources in Kerala. April 1997: WP276

Pradeep Kumar Panda
Living Arrangements of the Elderly in Rural Orissa. May 1997: WP277

Pradeep Kumar Panda
The Effects of Safe Drinking Water and Sanitation on Diarrhoeal Diseases Among Children in Rural Orissa. May 1997: WP278

U. S. Misra, Mala Ramanathan, S. Irudaya Rajan
Induced Abortion Potential Among Indian Women. August 1997: WP279

Pradeep Kumar Panda
Female Headship, Poverty and Child Welfare: A Study of Rural Orissa, India. August 1997: WP280

Sunil Mani
Government Intervention in Industrial R&D, Some Lessons from the International Experience for India, August 1997: WP281

S. Irudaya Rajan and K. C Zachariah
Long Term Implications of Low Fertility in Kerala, October 1997: WP282

Indrani Chakraborty
Living Standard and Economic Growth: A Fresh Look at the Relationship Through The Nonparametric Approach, October 1997: WP283

K. P. Kannan
Political Economy of Labour and Development in Kerala, January 1998: WP284

V. Santhakumar
Inefficiency and Institutional Issues in the Provision of Merit Goods, February 1998: WP285

Achin Chakraborty
The Irrelevance of Methodology and the art of the Possible : Reading Sen and Hirschman, February 1998: WP286

K.Pushpangadan and G.Murugan
Pricing with Changing Welfare Criterion : An Application of Ramsey- Wilson Model to Urban Water Supply, March 1998: WP287

S.Sudha and S.Irudaya Rajan
Intensifying Masculinity of Sex Ratios in India: New Evidence 1981-1991, May 1998: WP288

John Kurien
Small Scale Fisheries in the context of Globalisation, October 1998: WP289

Chrostophe Z. Guilmoto and S. Irudaya Rajan
Regional Heterogeneity and Fertility Behaviour in India, November 1998: WP290

P. K Michael Tharakan
Coffee, Tea or Pepper? Factors Affecting Chice of Crops by Agro- Entrepreneurs in Ninteenth Century South-West India, November 1998: WP291

Pradeep Kumar Panda
Poverty and Young Women’s Employment: Linkages in Kerala, February,1999: WP292

Mridul Eapen
Economic Diversification in Kerala: A Spatial Analysis, April,1999: WP293

K. P Kannan
Poverty Alleviation as Advancing Basic Human Capabilities: Kerala’s Achievements Compared, May,1999: WP294

N. Shanta and Dennis Raja Kumar
Corporate Statisics: The Missing Numbers, May,1999: WP295

P.K. Michael Tharakan.., K.Navaneetham
Population Projection and Policy Implicationsfor Education : A Discussion with reference to Kerala, July,1999: WP296

K.C. Zachariah, E.T. Mathew ,S.Irudaya Rajan
Impact of Migration on Kerala’s Economy and Society, July ,1999: WP297

D. Narayana , K.K Harikurup
Decentralisation of the Health Care Sector in Kerala : Some Issues, January,2000: WP298

John Kurien
Factoring Social and Cultural Dimensions into Foodand Livelihood secutity Issues of Marine Fisheries:A case Study of Kerala State, India, February, 2000: WP299

D. Narayana
Banking Sector Reforms and the Emerging Inequalities in Commercial Credit Deployment in India, March, 2000: WP300

P.L. Beena
An Analysis of Mergersin the Private Corporate Sector in India, March ,2000: WP301

K Pushpangadan, G Murugan
GenderBias in a Marginalised Community: A Study of Fisherfolk in Coastal Kerala, May,2000: WP302

K.C. Zachariah, E.T. Mathew, S.Irudaya Rajan
Socio-economic and Demographic Consequences of Migration in Kerala, May 2000: WP303

K.P. Kannan
Food Security in a Regional Perspective: A View from Kerala, July 2000: WP304

K.N. Harilal, K.J.Joseph
Stagnation and Revival of Kerala Economy, August 2000: WP305

S. Irudaya Rajan
Home Away from Home: A Survey of Oldage Homes and Inmates in Kerala, August 2000: WP306

K.Navneetham, A.Dharmalingam
Utilisation of Maternal Health Care Services in South India, October 2000: WP307

K.P. Kannan & N. Vijayamohanan Pillai
Plight of the Power Sector in India: SEBs and Their Saga of Inefficiency, November 2000: WP308

V. Santhakumar & Achin Chakraborty
Environmental Valuation and Its Implications on the Costs and Benefits of a Hydroelectric Project in Kerala, India, November 2000: WP309

K.K. Subrahmanian & E. Abdul Azeez
Industrial Growth in Kerala: trends and Explanations, November 2000: WP310

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