2001-2005 (WP 311 – 378)

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Indrani Chakraborty
Economic Reforms, Capital Inflows and Macro Economic Impact in India, January 2001: WP311

N.Vijayamohanan Pillai
Electricity Demand Analysis and Forecasting- The Tradition is Questioned, February 2001: WP312

India’s Intra- Industry Trade Under Economic Liberalization: Trends and Country Specific Factors, March 2001: WP313

U.S.Misra , Mala Ramanathan
Delivery Complications and Determinants of Caesarean Section Rates in India- An Analysis of National Family Health Surveys, 1992-93, March 2001: WP314

Achin Chakraborty
The Concept and Measurement of Group Inequality, May 2001: WP315

K.P.Kannan, N. Vijayamohanan Pillai
The Political Economy of Public Utilities: A Study of the Power Sector, June 2001: WP316

K.J.Joseph, K.N Harilal
India’s IT Export Boom: Challenges Ahead,July 2001: WP317

John Kurien, Antonyto Paul
Social Security Nets for Marine Fisheries- The growth and Changing Composition of Social Security Programmes in the Fisheries Sector of Kerala State,September 2001: WP318

K.C Zachariah, P.R.Gopinathan Nair, S.Irudaya Rajan
Return Emigrants in Kerala: Rehabilitation Problems and Development Potential,October 2001: WP319

N. Vijayamohanan Pillai, K.P Kannan
Time and Cost Over-runs of the Power Projects in Kerala,November 2001: WP320

Analysing Trade Flows and Industrial Structure of India: The Question of Data Harmonisation,November 2001: WP321

The Syrian Christians of Kerala: Demographic and Socioeconomic Transition in the Twentieth Century,November 2001: WP322

V.K Ramachandran, Madhura Swaminathan, Vikas Rawal
How Have Hired Workers Fared? A Case Study of Women Workers from an Indian Village, 1977 to 1999,December 2001: WP323

K.P. Kannan, N.Vijayaymohanan Pillai
The Aetiology of the Inefficiency Syndrome in the Indian Power Sector: Main issues and Conclusions of a Study , March 2002: WP324

N.Vijayaymohanan Pillai
Reliability and Rationing Cost in a Power System, March 2002: WP325

K.C.Zachariah, B.A. Prakash, S.Irudaya Rajan
Gulf Migration Study: Employment, Wages and Working Conditions of Kerala Emigrants in the United Arab Emirates, March 2002: WP326

K.Ravi Raman
Bondage in Freedom, Colonial Plantations in Southern India c 1797-1947, March 2002: WP327

K.P. Kannan, K.S.Hari
Kerala’s Gulf Connection: Emigration,Remittances and their Macroeconomic Impact 1972-2000, March 2002: WP328

J. Devika
Imagining Women’s Social Space in Early Modern Keralam, April 2002: WP329

Achin Chakraborty
The Rhetoric of Disagreement in Reform Debates, April 2002: WP330

M.Suresh Babu
Economic Reforms and Entry barriers in Indian Manufacturing, April 2002: WP331

The Welfare Fund Model of Social Security for Informal Sector Workers: The Kerala Experience, April 2002: WP332

Social Returns from Drinking Water,Sanitation and Hygiene Education: A Case Study of Two Coastal Villages in Kerala, May 2002: WP333

E. Abdul Azeez
Economic Reforms and Industrial Performance: An Analysis of Capacity Utilisation in Indian Manufacturing, June 2002: WP334

J. Devika
Family Planning as ‘Liberation’: The Ambiguities of ‘Emancipation from Biology’ in Keralam, July 2002: WP335

Pulapre Balakrishnan, K Pushpangadan and M. Suresh Babu
Trade Liberalisation, Market Power abd Scale Efficiency in Indian Industry, August 2002: WP336

K. Navaneetham
Age Structural Transition and Economic Growth: Evidence from South and Southeast Asia, August 2002: WP337

Praveena Kodoth Framing Custom, Directing Practices: Authority, Property and Matriliny under Colonial Law in Nineteenth Century Malabar, October 2002: WP338

M Parameswaram
Economic Reforms and Technical Efficiency: Firm Level Evidence from Selected Industries in India, October 2002: WP339

J. Devika
Domesticating Malayalees: Family Planning, the Nation and Home-Centred Anxieties in Mid- 20th Century Keralam, October 2002: WP340

Mridul Eapen and Praveena Kodoth
Family Structure, Women’s Education and Work: Re-examining the High Status of Women in Kerala, November 2002: WP341

D. Narayana
Why is the Credit-Deposit Ratio Low in Kerala?, January 2003: WP342

K. Pushpangadan
Remittances, Consumption and Economic Growth in Kerala: 1980-2000, March 2003: WP343

Pradeep Kumar Panda
Rights-based Strategies in the Prevention of Domestic Violence, March 2003: WP344

V.K. Ramachandran, Madhura Swaminathan, Vikas Rawal
Barriers to Expansion of Mass Literacy and Primary Schooling in West Bengal: Study Based on Primary Data from Selected Villages, April 2003: WP345

N. Vijayamohanan Pillai
A Contribution to Peak Load Pricing Theory and Application, April 2003: WP346

P.B. Rakhe
Estimation of Tax Leakage and its Impact on Fiscal Health in Kerala, July 2003: WP347

Mridul Eapen
Rural Industrialisation in Kerala: Re-examining the Issue of Rural Growth Linkages, July 2003: WP348

John Kurien
The Blessing of the Commons: Small-scale Fisheries, Community Property Rights and Coastal Natural Assets, August 2003: WP349

M. Kabir
Beyond Philanthrophy: The Rockefeller Foundation’s Public Health Intervention in Thiruvithamkoor, 1929-1939, September 2003: WP350

Indrani Chakraborty
Liberalization of Capital Inflows and the Real Exchange Rate in India: A VAR Analysis, September 2003: WP351

K. Pushpangadan
Drinking Water and Well-being in India: Data Envelopment Analysis, October 2003: WP352

K.N. Harilal and P.L.Beena
The WTO Agreement on Rules of Origin: Implications for South Asia, December 2003: WP353

K.P.Kannan and R. Mohan
India’s Twelfth Finance Commission:A View from Kerala, January 2004: WP354

Towards Understanding the Merger-Wave in the Indian Corporate Sector: A Comparative Perspective, January 2004: WP355

N. Vijayamohanan Pillai

Liberalisation of Rural Poverty: The Indian Experience, March 2004: WP356

K.Ravi Raman
The Asian Development Bank Loan for Kerala (India): The Adverse Implications and Search for Alternatives, March 2004: WP357

Mridul Eapen
Women and Work Mobility: Some Disquieting Evidences from the Indian Data, May 2004: WP358

Praveena Kodoth
Shifting the Ground of Fatherhood: Matriliny, Men and Marriage in Early Twentieth Centuary Malabar, May 2004: WP359

N. Vijayamohanan Pillai
CES Function, Generalised Mean and Human Poverty Index: Exploring Some Links, July 2004: WP360

K.P. Kannan and N. Vijayamohanan Pillai
Development as a Right to Freedom: An Interpretation of the ‘Kerala Model’, August 2004: WP361

M. Venkatanarayana
Educational Deprivation of Children in Andhra Pradesh, Levels and Trends, August 2004: WP362

K.C. Zachariah and S. Irudaya Rajan
Gulf Revisited:Economic Consequences of Emigration from Kerala, Emigration and Unemployment, September 2004: WP363

Sunil Mani
Coping with Globalisation: Public R&D Projects in Telecommunications Technologies in Developing Countries, November 2004: WP364

R. Mohan
Central Finances in India- Alternative to Procrustean Fiscal Correction, November 2004: WP365

N. Vijayamohanan Pillai
Causality and Error Correction in Markov Chain:Inflation in India Revisited, December 2004: WP366

Vineetha Menon, Antonyto Paul, K N Nair
Dynamics of Irrigation Institutions: Case study of village Panchayat in Kerala, February 2005: WP367

Modernity with Democracy?:Gender and Governance in the People’s Planning Campaign,Keralam, February 2005: WP368

V.R Prabhakaran Nair
Determinants of Fixed Investment:A Study of Indian Private Corporate Manufacturing Sector, March 2005: WP369

Sunil Mani
Keeping Pace with Globalisation Innovation Capability in Korea’s Telecommunications Equipment Industry, March 2005: WP370

Dibyendu S.Maiti
Organisational Morphology of Rural Industries in Liberalised India: A Study of West Bengal, June 2005: WP371

Mothuri Venkatanarayana
On the Non-Random Distribution of Educational Deprivation of Children in India, July 2005: WP372

Sunil Mani
The Dragon vs. The Elephant: Comparative Analysis of Innovation Capability in the Telecommunications Equipment Industry in China and India, July 2005: WP373

K.C. Zachariah, S. Irudaya Rajan
Unemployment in Kerala at the Turn of the Century: Insights from CDS Gulf Migration Studies, August 2005: WP374

R. Mohan, D. Shyjan
Taxing Powers and Developmental Role of the Indian States: A Study with Reference to Kerala., August 2005: WP375

P. Mohanan Pillai, N. Shanta
Long Term Trends in the Growth and Structure of the Net State Domestic Product in Kerala,October 2005: WP376

Nandana Baruah
Anti Dumping Duty as a Measure of Contingent Protection: An Analysis of Indian Experience,October 2005: WP377

K.N. Nair, Vineetha Menon
Lease Farming in Kerala: Findings from Micro Level Studies, November 2005: WP378

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