2006-2010 (WP 379 – 439)

All Working papers can be downloaded as pdf files.
Please click on the Working Paper Number to download.

Rajeev Sharma
Diversification in Rural Livelihood Strategies: A Macro-Level Evidence from Jammu and Kashmir. December 2010: WP 439

Aparna Nair
The Indifferent Many and the Hostile Few: An Assessment of Smallpox Vaccination in the ‘Model Native State’ of Travancore, 1804-1941. November 2010 : WP 438

Vinoj Abraham
The Effect of Information Technology on Wage Inequality: Evidence from Indian Manufacturing Sector. September 2010: WP 437

S. Irudaya Rajan and D. Narayana
The Financial Crisis in the Gulf and its Impact on South Asian Migrant Workers. August 2010: WP 436

Anup Kumar Bhandari
Total Factor Productivity Growth and Its Decomposition: An Assessment of the Indian Banking Sector in the True Liberalised Era. August 2010: WP 435

Beena Saraswathy
Cross-Border Mergers and Acquisations in India: Extent, Nature and Structure.July 2010: WP 434

Vijay Korra
Nature and Characteristics of Seasonal Labour Migration : A Case Study in Mahabubnagar District of Andhra Pradesh.
July 2010: WP 433

K.C. Zachariah and S. Irudaya Rajan
Impact of the Global Recession on Migration and Remittances in Kerala: New Evidences from the Return Migration Survey (RMS) 2009.
June 2010: WP 432

Gargi Sanati
Integration of India’s Financial Markets on the Domestic and International Fronts: An Emperical Analysis of the Post-Liberalisation Period. June 2010: WP 431

Sunil Mani
Has China and India Become More Innovative Since the Onset of Reforms in the Two Countries? May 2010: WP 430

T. R. Dilip
School Educational Attainment In Kerala: Trends And Differentials. April 2010: WP 429

Sunil Mani
The Flight From Defence to Civilian Space:Evolution of the Sectoral System of Innovation of India’s Aerospace Industry. April 2010: WP 428

J. Devika and V.J. Varghese
To Survive or To Flourish? Minority Rights and Syrian Christian Community Assertions in 20th Century Travancore/Kerala March 2010: WP 427

Anup Kumar Bhandari
Policy Makers’ Dilemma in the Face of Global Crisis: Some Perspectives regarding the Expansion of Indian Leather Industry March 2010: WP 426

P. L. Beena and Hrushikesh Mallick
Exchange Rate and Export Behaviour of Indian Textiles and Clothing Sector: An Enquiry for Major Destination Countries March 2010: WP 425

K. C. Zachariah and S. Irudaya Rajan
Migration Monitoring Study, 2008: Emigration and Remittances in the Context of Surge in Oil Prices March, 2010: WP 424

N. Vijayamohanan Pillai
Loss of Load Probability of a Power System: Kerala February 2010: WP 423

Jayasekhar. S and C. Nalin Kumar
Compliance, Competitiveness and Market Acess: A Study on Indian Seafood Industry February, 2010 : WP 422

S. Irudaya Rajan, V. J. Varghese and M.S. Jayakumar
Overseas Recruitment in India: Structures, Practices and Remedies February 2010: WP 421

V. J. Varghese
Land, Labour and Migrations: Understanding Kerala’s Economic Modernity December 2009: WP 420

R. Mohan and D.Shyjan
Tax Devolution and Grant Distribution to States in India Analysis and Roadmap for Alternatives, December 2009 : WP 419

William Joe & U.S Mishra
Household Out-of-Pocket Health care Expenditure in India Levels, Patterns and Policy Concerns, October 2009 : WP 418

Neethi. P
Globalisation Lived Locally: New Forms of Control, Conflict and Response Among Labour in Kerala, Examined Through a Labour Geography lens. October 2009 : WP 417

Sunil Mani
High Skilled migration from India, An analysis of its economic implications,September 2009 : WP 416

Sunil Mani
Has India Become more Innovative Since 1991? Analysis of the Evidence and Some Disquieting Features, September 2009 : WP 415

William Joe, Priyajit Samaiyar and U.S Mishra
Migration and Urban Poverty in India Some preliminary Observations, September 2009 : WP 414

K. N Nair, T. P. Sreedharan and M. Anoopkumar
A Study of National Rural Employment Guarantee Programme in Three Grama Panchayats of Kasargod District: August 2009 : WP 413

B. S Suran and D.Narayana
The Deluge of Debt: Under-standing the Financial Needs of Poor Households. July 2009 : WP 412

K. Navaneetham, M.Kabir and C.S Krishnakumar
Morbidity Patterns in Kerala: Levels and Determinants, April 2009 : WP 411

Arindam Banerjee
Peasant Classes, Farm Incomes and Rural Indebtedness: An analysis of Household Production Data : WP 410

Sunil Mani
The Growth of Knowledge-intensive Entrepreneurship in India, 1991-2007 Analysis of its Evidence and the Facilitating Factors. February, 2009 : WP 409

M. S Harilal
Home to Market: Response,Resurgence and Transformation of Ayurveda from 1980′s to 1920. November 2008 : WP 408

Hrushikesh Mallick
Do Remittances Impact the Economy ? Some Empirical Evicences from a Developing Economy. October 2008 : WP 407

K.C Zachariah and S.Irudaya Rajan
Costs of Basic Services in Kerala, 2007 Education,Health, Childbirth and Finance (Loans) September 2008 : WP 406

Sunil Mani
Financing of industrial innovations in India How effective are tax incentives for R & D ? August 2008 : WP 405

Vinoj Abraham
Employment Growth in Rural India: Distress Driven? August 2008: WP 404

Hrushikesh Mallick
Government Spending, Trade Openness and Economic Growth in India: A Time Series Analysis. July 2008: WP 403

K.Pushpangadan and G.Murugan
Dynamics of Rural Water Supply in Coastal Kerala: A Sustainable Development View: June 2008: WP 402

K. K Subramanian and Syam Prasad
Rising INequality With High Growth Isn’t this Trend Worrisome? Analysis of Kerala Experience,June 2008 : WP 401

T. R Dilip
Role of Private Hospitals in Kerala : An Exploration,June 2008 : WP 400

V. Dhanya
Liberalisation of Tropical Commodity Market and Addin-up Problem: A Bound Test Approach, March 2008 : WP 399

P. Mohanan Pillai and N.Shanta
ICT and Employment Promotion Among Poor Women: How can we make it Happen? Some Reflections on Kerala’s Experience. February 2008: WP 398

K.N Nair and Vineetha Menon
Distress Debt and Suicides among Agrarian HOuseholds: Findings from thre village studies in Kerala, December 2007: WP 397

K.N Nair, C.P Vinod and Vineetha Menon
Agrarian Distress and Livelihood Strategies : A Study in Pulpalli panchayat, Wayanad District,Kerala December 2007: WP 396

K.C Zachariah and S. Irudaya Rajan
Migration Remittances And Employment Short-term Trends and Longterm Implications. December 2007: WP 395

K.N Nair, Antonyto Paul and Vineetha Menon
Livelihood risks and Coping Strategies: A Case Study in the Agrarian Village of Cherumad, Kerala November 2007: WP 394

S. Iruday Rajan and U.S Mishra
Managing Migration in the Philippines: Lessons for India: WP 393

K.N Nair and R. Ramakumar
Agrarian Distress and Rural Livelihoods,a Study in Upputhara Panchayat Idukki District, Kerala November 2007: WP 392

Pulapre Balakrishnan
Visible Hand : Public Policy and Economic Growth in the Nehru Era WP 391

Sunil Mani
The Growth Performance of India’s Telecommunication Serivices INdustry. 1991-2006 Can it Lead to the Emergence of a Domestic Manufacturing Hub? September 2007: WP 390

K.J Joseph and Vinoj Abraham
Information Technology and Productivity: Evidence from India’s Manufacturing Sector.September 2007: WP 389

Hrushikesh Mallick
Does Energy Consumption Fuel Economic Growth inn India? September 2007 : WP 388

D. Shyjan
Public Investment and Agricultural Productivity:A state-wise Analysis of Foodgrains in India. July 2007: WP 387

J. Devika
‘A People United in Development ‘: Developmentalism in Modern Malayalee Identity. June 2007: WP 386

M. Parameswaran
International Trade, R&D Spillovers and Productivity: Evidence from Indian Manufacturing Industry.June 2007: WP 385

K. C Zachariah and S.Irudaya Rajan
Economic and Social Dynamics of Migration in Kerala,1999-2004 Analysis of Panel Data, May 2007 : WP 384

Saikat Sinha Roy
Demand and Supply Factors in the Determination or India’s Disaggregated Manufactured Exports : A Simultaneous Error-Correction Approach. May 2007: WP 383

Sunil Mani
The Sectoral System of Innovation of Indian pharmaceutical industry. September 2006 : WP 382

K. J Joseph and Govinda Parayil
Trade Liberalization and Digital Divide: An Analysis of the Information Technology Agreement of WTO. July 2006 WP 381

Rudra Narayan Mishra
Dynamics of Caste-based Deprivation in Child Under-Nutrition in India.July 2006: WP 380

P.L Beena
Limits to Universal Trade Liberalisation : The Contemperory Scenario for Textiles & Clothing Sector in South Asia. March 2006: WP 379

tandem trailers and helicopters, to name a few. As popularity increased, so did the wholesale nfl jerseys china attention of the bigger sports companies and White Rose was eventually purchased by Fleer, Inc. Fleer continued to add to the line to also include muscle cars, fighter planes and more classic vehicles. A year or so ago, Fleer was bought out by Upper Deck, Inc. which has continued to enhance the die cast line of products. Even though the companies change, the vehicles and production quality continue to improve. All vehicle designs continue to change from year to year but many still have wholesale nfl jerseys the year printed on them. They all still have wholesale nfl jerseys from china a limited production runs to further protect their collectibility. Racing fans will always wholesale jerseys be the biggest die cast sports collector’s. For this reason, they also have the widest variety of product that ranges in price from a few dollars to limited production vehicles that cost a few hundred dollars. Also, as in other sports, scale models in all sizes are available to wholesale jerseys satisfy the needs of all collectors
Maintaining Marketing Momentum bookstore. cheap jerseys Although I known about this book for years, I didn read it until recently. I now believe it is the number one book cheap jerseys available on the subject. Written with great insight about what it takes to attract new clients, I decided I like to interview Tony to get his personal perspective. I caught up with Tony by phone in Ann Arbor Michigan a couple weeks ago and discussed what it takes to develop “Marketing Momentum.” I asked him what he thought was necessary, once you had a basic marketing plan, to keep your marketing on track and producing results. The first thing Tony wholesale cheap jerseys said was that creating marketing momentum means having a “marketing machine” working cheap jerseys for you. What he meant by a marketing machine is having something working very smoothly, very effectively and almost mechanically in the sense that it doesn require extraordinary thought or effort to keep cheap nhl jerseys china it going. So you must have a marketing process that works easily. It takes time and effort to build one
Articles Connexes: